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Needle Nose Optical Adjusting Pliers
As a wearer's nasal area is not always perfectly symmetrical, opticians must adjust the orientation of each nose pad so that the wearer's glasses sit properly on the face.

Opticians use a Needle Nose Pliers to adjust the wire-like thin metal shaft that connects an eyeglass frame to the nose pad arm mount so that each nose pad sits flush on the wearer's face.

Since most screw-in, screw-on, push-in, push-on, slide-in or slide-on nosepads are mounted on adjustable nosepad  mounting arms, and since most pairs of glasses need initial and follow-up adjusting, the needle nose pliers is the opticians most used tool.


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