JP2003149608A - Mounting member for auxiliary spectacles, spectacles and auxiliary spectacles - Google Patents

Mounting member for auxiliary spectacles, spectacles and auxiliary spectacles

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JP2003149608A
JP2003149608A JP2002223382A JP2002223382A JP2003149608A JP 2003149608 A JP2003149608 A JP 2003149608A JP 2002223382 A JP2002223382 A JP 2002223382A JP 2002223382 A JP2002223382 A JP 2002223382A JP 2003149608 A JP2003149608 A JP 2003149608A
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mounting member
auxiliary glasses
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eyeglasses
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Staffan Preutz
スタファン プロイツ
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Polaris Inter Ab
ポラリス インター エー ビー
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Priority claimed from US10/232,960 external-priority patent/US6869181B2/en
Priority claimed from EP02256060A external-priority patent/EP1288701A3/en
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(57) [Summary] [Problem] To provide an auxiliary spectacle mounting member which facilitates the mounting of the auxiliary spectacles to the spectacle body, does not limit the size of the auxiliary spectacles, and is lightweight. A gripping part is preferably adapted to be able to grip a projection of an eyeglass body on one side, for example a part of a wisdom or an end or a center part of a bridge, with a material having high flexibility and elasticity. And, by forming an enlarged head on the other side, and by fitting the constricted part formed between them to the hole formed in the auxiliary glasses, the front and back of the auxiliary glasses are The auxiliary glasses are held so as to be sandwiched by the grooves formed therebetween, and a part of the eyeglass body is gripped by the grip.

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Description: BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION [0001] 1. Field of the Invention [0002] The present invention relates to auxiliary glasses for further assisting or expanding the function of a spectacle body for shading, design or perspective adjustment. Mounting member, mounting element, and glasses. 2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, in order to enhance the functions of eyeglasses themselves or to add functions such as correction of visual acuity and light shielding to the eyeglasses,
2. Description of the Related Art It has been practiced to use auxiliary glasses for attaching another lens or a light blocking plate in front of or in proximity to the glasses of the main body. [0003] In order to attach the auxiliary glasses, a mechanism for suspending the frame or a bridge of the glasses or a mechanism for fixing with screws is known. [0004] Such a mechanism has the advantage that it can be attached to and detached from the eyeglass body, or that it is firmly held by the eyeglass body, but not only does the mounting mechanism itself become heavy or uncomfortable when worn, but also for a long time. Depending on the use, it may cause a feeling of fatigue. In addition, there is a problem in that, if an attempt is made to secure the fixing more securely, it is not only inconvenient to attach, but also significantly impairs the fashionability. [0005] Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2000-231085 discloses that
An attachment mechanism for auxiliary glasses that is detachable from the front of the glasses or the lens is disclosed. In the mounting mechanism disclosed in this publication, a bridge is provided between the two lenses, holes are formed on both sides of the lens of the eyeglass body, and the tip of the lens is fitted into the holes so that a part thereof projects to the front surface of the lens. On the other hand, a bridge is provided between lenses also for auxiliary glasses to be attached. When attaching the auxiliary glasses to the spectacle body, hold the bridge of the auxiliary glasses with both ends of the lens of the auxiliary glasses sandwiched from both sides by a part of the tongue protruding from the front of both lenses of the spectacle body. And push it towards the bridge. Since the auxiliary glasses attached to the spectacle body exert their own restoring force, the restoring force acts on the bridge of the auxiliary glasses as a force to move away from the bridge of the spectacle body. However, since the bridge of the auxiliary glasses is hooked on the bridge of the glasses body,
The auxiliary glasses and the eyeglass body are more strongly connected. However, in this structure, a new bridge is required for the auxiliary glasses, and as a result, the weight of the entire glasses is limited, and the fashionability may be impaired. Furthermore, since the size of the auxiliary glasses is limited to the size of the space between the sides, there may be a case in which a large light-shielding property is obstructed. SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION [0007] In view of the above problems, the present invention makes it possible to reduce the weight as much as possible and to securely fix auxiliary glasses to the glasses body. In addition, the present invention proposes a new mounting mechanism and a new mounting member having excellent design. Further, the present invention proposes a new mounting mechanism and a new mounting member that can be used for glasses of various sizes and that can use large and thin auxiliary glasses, for example, when light shielding properties are required, and whose size is not limited. is there. SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention is directed to a mounting member for mounting auxiliary spectacles on a spectacle body, wherein the holding portion is adapted to grip a part of the spectacle body, and It is characterized in that it has a groove for sandwiching at least a part of a hole or a slit formed in the auxiliary glasses. According to the above feature, the mounting member is fixed to the eyeglass body by the grip portion, and a part of the auxiliary glasses is fitted and fixed in the groove of the fixed mounting member, so that the eyeglass body and the auxiliary glasses are connected. You. The size of the auxiliary glasses is not particularly limited because the groove receives the periphery of the slit or hole formed with the auxiliary glasses. Here, preferably, a part of the eyeglass body held by the holding portion is a part of a wisdom or a bridge. By providing a part of the wisdom or bridge as a gripping element, no special new parts are added to the spectacle body. Further, preferably, the grooves are provided in pairs substantially parallel to the left and right. This makes it possible to provide a stronger connection, since the groove supports and secures the auxiliary glasses securely back and forth. A more specific aspect of the mounting component is that the groove is formed by a flat portion extending to both sides of the grip portion and an enlarged head formed on the opposite side to the flat portion. It is a feature. Since a part of the auxiliary glasses is received and fixed in the grooves formed on both sides of the grip portion, the flat portion does not come in close contact with one surface of the auxiliary glasses and does not shift. Therefore, since the gripping part holding the part of the spectacle body such as Ji or the bridge is firmly sandwiched by the flat parts on both sides, the gripping part is loosened and the part of the spectacle body gripped comes off. Can be prevented. More preferably, the mounting member is made of a flexible material such as silicon or rubber. Thereby, the attachment member can be easily fitted into the hole or slit of the auxiliary glasses. By using a flexible member such as silicon or rubber, the flat portion fits with the surface of the auxiliary glasses and does not easily shift, so that the auxiliary glasses are more firmly held. In another aspect, the mounting member is made of an elastic material such as plastic. As a result, the bridge and the bridge are more firmly held and do not come off easily. Further, the present invention relates to spectacles having an attachment element for attaching auxiliary spectacles to the spectacles, wherein the attachment element is a protruding portion formed by folding back from the front of the spectacles, and the protruding portion. Is provided as an element to be gripped by an attachment member for attaching auxiliary glasses to the eyeglasses. Further, the mounting element of the spectacles is provided as a part of a bridge connecting the two lenses of the spectacles, and a part thereof is provided as an element to be gripped by a mounting member for mounting the auxiliary spectacles on the spectacles. As a result, it is not necessary to provide an extra attachment mechanism on the glasses themselves, and the structure becomes very simple. [0017] More preferably, the attachment element is formed from a wire, and the periphery of the wire is gripped by the attachment member. As a result, the gripping by the attachment member becomes simpler and easier, and also contributes to a lighter weight of the glasses themselves. Further, the present invention relates to auxiliary glasses which are attached to the eyeglass body by an attachment member, wherein at least one of the auxiliary glasses goes inward from the periphery of the lens so that a part of the attachment member can be fitted and slidable. It is characterized by having a slit and a hole formed following the slit at a position where the mounting member is fixed. By providing a slit and a hole following the slit in the auxiliary glasses, the mounting member can be easily moved and mounted at the mounting position, and the entire size of the auxiliary glasses is free. In the case where the light-shielding area is used, the light-shielding area can be made sufficiently large. Embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. The configuration described below is an example for understanding the present invention, and the present invention is not limited to this configuration unless otherwise specified. FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a state in which auxiliary glasses 5 are attached to an eyeglass body 10 by attachment members 1 and 1 '. FIG. 2 is a view showing a part of the eyeglass body 10 and one of the auxiliary glasses 5 and an attachment member. 1, 1 'has shown the perspective view in the state isolate | separated, respectively. The eyeglass body 10 used in this example is a so-called rimless eyeglass in which two holes are provided in the lens itself. In general, a pair of lenses 11 are symmetrically connected to each other by a bridge 12, and a lens connecting portion 14, which is generally called a ji for connecting between a lens and a temple, is provided on both sides of the two lenses 11.
Is attached, the temple 13 is the lens 1
1 and is formed to extend in parallel behind. The temple 14 and the temple 13 are hinged by screws so that the temple 13 can be opened and closed. Behind the temple 13, an ear hook portion 13a is provided. On both sides of the bridge 12, pad arms 15a are attached and extend downward to support the spectacle body 10 with both noses, and nasal pads 15 are formed at the ends thereof. The bridge 12, the temple 13, and the wi 14
Are made of thin wires to reduce weight, and can be made of, for example, a metal such as titanium, a metal alloy of titanium and nickel, or a plastic or the like. In order to connect the lens 14 and the bridge 12 to the lens 11, the lens 11 has holes 11 on both sides.
a and 11b are formed. And holes 11a, 11
Support members 17 and 18 that fit in the sizes of the holes 11a and 11b are inserted so as to fit and be fixed to the holes b. The support members 17 and 18 are formed with holes 17a and 18a opened in front of the lens 11 when inserted into the holes 11a and 11b. The bridge 12 has a hole 18a of a support member 18 having both ends attached to the left and right lenses 11, respectively.
And bent slightly at the front surface of the lens 11 to form a U-shaped portion 12a protruding at the front of the lens, slightly extending rearward, and further changing its direction to the center and forward to interpose the two lenses 11. Extending across. One end of each of the left and right tongues 14 is inserted into and fixed to a hole 17a of each support member 17 of each of the left and right lenses 11, and the U-shaped portion 1 that is bent rearward on the front surface of the lens 11 and protrudes.
Forming 4a, it extends rearward through the side of the lens 11 and is foldably connected to the temple 13 by screws 16. As an example, slits 5a and 5c extending from the outer side to the inside are formed on both sides of the auxiliary glasses 5 composed of a pair of single glasses. The slit 5a,
Holes 5b and 5d are formed slightly inward from both sides of the auxiliary glasses, respectively, continuing from 5c. FIG. 3 is a front view of the mounting member 1 (FIG. 3A),
Side view (FIG. 3b), plan view (FIG. 3c) and bottom view (FIG. 3)
d). The mounting member 1 has a pair of glasses 10 on one side.
In this example, a part of the tongue 14 attached to the tongue 14, in this example, to grip the U-shaped part 14 a of the tongue 14 protruding in front of the eyeglasses, the holding part ( Grip 1a. In this example, since the cross section of the wire rod of the wire 14 forms a substantially circular shape, the grip portion 1a is formed so as to conform to the circle so that the inside draws an arc when viewed from a side view. Further, when viewed from the side, a flat portion 1b extending from both sides is formed from the grip portion 1a. An enlarged head 1d is formed on the side opposite to the grip 1a. A concave portion 1c constricted inward is formed between the flat portion 1b and the head 1d to form a paired groove or slit g between the flat portion 1b and the head 1d. The grip portion 1a, the flat portion 1b, and the formed groove g extend parallel to the horizontal direction when viewed from the front view and the bottom view. As is clear from the rear perspective view of FIG. 4, the concave portion forming the concave portion 1c fits into the hole 5b of the auxiliary spectacles 5, and at least one portion around the hole 5b is formed in the groove between the flat portion 1b and the head 1d. The part fits and is fixed. Furthermore, by fitting the U-shaped part 14a, which is the protruding part of the tongue 14, into the grip part 1a,
The eyeglass body 10 and the auxiliary glasses 5 are connected at their side portions. The length L of the flat portion 1b (see FIG. 3A) is
If the length of the U-shaped portion 14a of FIG. 4 is long, it may be increased accordingly. The procedure for attaching the auxiliary glasses 5 to the eyeglass body 10 by the attachment member 1 will be described in more detail with reference to FIG. FIG. 5A is a side sectional view showing a state in which the auxiliary glasses 5 are attached to the eyeglass body by the attachment member 1. In this figure, the gripping portion 1a grips the periphery of the wire 14 and
The portion c fits into the hole 5b of the auxiliary glasses 5, and the flat portion 1
The figure shows a state in which it is sandwiched and fixed by a groove between b and the head 1c. The mounting member 1 is preferably made of a flexible and resilient material such as silicon or rubber. The flat portion 1b is in a flat state that spreads left and right so as to sandwich the grip portion 1a. For this reason, the surface of the flat portion 1b is fitted to one surface of the auxiliary glasses 5 and is prevented from easily shifting. Further, since the flat portion 1b sandwiches the grip portion 1a from both sides and the flat portion 1b is firmly fixed to the auxiliary glasses 5 tightly, even if the U-shaped portion 14a of the chi 14 is separated from the grip portion 1a. Even if such a force is generated, the grip portion 1a is prevented from opening. As a result, the wisdom 14 does not easily come off the grip 1a. Furthermore, since the contact surface of the enlarged head 1d with the auxiliary glasses 5 is also flat, the auxiliary glasses 5 are more strongly received in the groove g and fixed there. The attachment member 1 may be made of an elastic material such as silicone or plastic which is more elastic than rubber. By using this elastic material,
The grip by the grip portion 1a becomes more firm. In order to facilitate insertion of the mounting member 1 into the hole 5b, a slit 5 formed in the auxiliary glasses 5
a is used. In order to finally fit the mounting member 1 into the hole 5b, as shown in FIG. 5b, the concave portion 1c is passed through the slit 5a from outside the auxiliary glasses while being compressed inward, and is slid into the hole 5b as it is. You can do it. When the mounting member 1 is moved to the hole 5b, the portion of the recess 1c which has been compressed so far is restored to its original state by its elasticity and fixed there. At this time, a part of the periphery of the hole 5b of the auxiliary glasses 5 is inserted into the groove g and is sandwiched between the flat portion 1b and the head 1d. Next, the grip portion 1a is brought to the U-shaped portion 14a of the tongue 14 and pressed there, so that the U-shaped portion 14a of the tongue 14 fits into the grip portion 1a as shown in FIG. 5A. Combine. As described above, since the grip portion 1a is surrounded on both sides from a part of the periphery of the hole 5a of the auxiliary eyeglasses fitted into the groove g, even if the tomo 14 tries to come off from the grip portion. , Gripper 1a
Receives repulsive force from around the hole 5a of the auxiliary glasses,
The U-shaped portion 14a of the tongue 14 is firmly grasped. On the other hand, even when the auxiliary glasses 5 are not provided with the slits 5a, if the mounting member 1 is made of a flexible material, the mounting member 1 is mounted by the method shown in FIG. It is possible to fit into the hole 5b. This figure 5c
5 shows a state in which the flat portion 1b is pushed down through the hole 5b so that the mounting member 1 is inserted into the hole 5b. If the mounting member 1 is made of a harder material that is almost impossible to compress the concave portion 1c, the width of the slit 5b of the auxiliary glasses 5 and the width between the pair of concave portions of the mounting member 1 are substantially the same. By doing so, the mounting member 1 can be slid in the slit 5b. In this case, since the grip portion 1a has a stronger elastic force, the U-shaped portion 14a of the tongue 14 that is stuck in the grip portion 14a at one end does not easily come off. The attachment member 1 for attaching one of the auxiliary glasses 5 to the eyeglass body 10 has been described above, but the attachment member 1 'for attaching the other of the auxiliary glasses 5 to the eyeglass body 10 (see FIG. 1). Have a similar structure and function. That is, similarly to the mounting member 1, the mounting member 1 ′ has the U of the bridge 12 projecting from the front surface of the lens 11.
A grip portion for gripping the letter-shaped portion 12a, a flat portion extending laterally from the grip portion, a concave portion, and a portion around the lens hole 5b fitted in a groove formed in the concave portion in cooperation with the flat portion. And an enlarged head for sandwiching the part from the front and back. The U-shaped portion 12a of the bridge 12, which is to be gripped by the mounting member 1 ', is usually smaller in size at the tip than the U-shaped portion 14a of the tongue 14. In this case, the length L of the flat portion and the size and shape of the mounting member itself shown in FIG. 3A may be appropriately changed while maintaining their functions. In the above example, the auxiliary glasses in which the right and left glasses are separated are used, but auxiliary glasses in which the right and left glasses are integrated can also be attached. The front view of the attached state is almost as shown in FIG. In the example of FIG. 6, the auxiliary glasses 5 'are connected to the eyeglass body 10 at three points by a pair of left and right mounting members 1 and a central mounting member 1 "having the same structure and function as the mounting members 1. The connection by the central mounting member 1 ″ utilizes the central part of the bridge that connects across the lenses of the eyeglass body 10. That is, the grip portion of the mounting member 1 "is formed in accordance with the diameter of the wire at the center portion of the bridge, while the center narrow portion of the mounting member 1" fits into the center of the auxiliary glasses. Holes are formed. The flat part and the enlarged head of the mounting member 1 ″ pinch and fix at least a part of the periphery of the hole formed in the center of the auxiliary glasses, and hold the center part of the bridge 12 by the holding part. At the center position, the auxiliary lens is fixed to the eyeglass body 10. In the example of Fig. 6, slits corresponding to the slits 5b and 5d are formed in the center from the viewpoint of design and mechanical strength. However, in some cases, a slit extending from the upper center or lower side of the center to the hole may be formed.
In order to fit into the hole formed in the center of the auxiliary glasses 5 ', the constricted portion (recess) of the mounting member 1 "is fitted into the slit, and after being slid in the vertical direction, rotated 90 degrees in the hole. Also, in this example, as in the example of Fig. 1, the flat parts 1b, 1b ', 1b "of the mounting members 1, 1" are shown as extending vertically when viewed from the front of the glasses. In the case where it is not preferable for the above reasons, the size of the eyeglass body may be changed to such a degree that the flat part can be hidden in the embodiment of the present invention. However, it should be noted that the present invention can be applied to a spectacle body having a rim without departing from the spirit of the present invention. And projecting into It is, but unless otherwise limited, not limited thereto. [0034] As described above, according to the present invention, the present invention is preferably,
Flexible and resilient material makes it possible to grip the projections of the eyeglass body on one side, for example a part of the tongue or the end or the center of the bridge, and enlarge it on the other side By forming a constricted part formed between the head and the flat part, the front and rear of the auxiliary glasses were formed by fitting the narrowed part formed between them into the hole formed in the auxiliary glasses. By holding the auxiliary glasses so as to sandwich them, and holding a part of the eyeglass body by the grip portion, the auxiliary glasses can be easily and reliably attached to the eyeglass body. Further, since the size of the auxiliary glasses is not limited by this characteristic structure, for example, sunglasses as large as possible can be used as the auxiliary glasses. In addition, there is no need to separately provide additional parts for attaching the auxiliary glasses to the eyeglass body, the auxiliary glasses themselves can be made thinner, and extremely lightweight eyeglasses can be provided without deteriorating the beauty.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a state in which auxiliary glasses are attached to a glasses body. FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view of an eyeglass body, auxiliary glasses, and a mounting member. FIG. 3 is an external view of the mounting member 1. FIG. 4 is a rear perspective view showing a state where the mounting member 1 is inserted into a hole 5b of the auxiliary glasses 5; 5A is a side sectional view showing a state where the auxiliary glasses 5 are attached to the eyeglass body 10 by the attachment member 1, FIG.
FIG. 5 is a side sectional view showing a state where the mounting member 1 is directly fitted into the hole 5 b of the auxiliary glasses 5, and FIG. 5 c is a side sectional view showing a state where the mounting member 1 is fitted into the slit 5 a of the auxiliary glasses 5. FIG. FIG. 6 is a front view showing a state in which a single piece of auxiliary glasses 5 'is attached to the glasses body 10. [Explanation of reference numerals] . . Mounting member 1a. . . Grip part 1b. . . Flat part 1c. . . Recess (constriction) 1d. . . Head 5. . . Auxiliary glasses 5a, 5c. . . Slits 5b, 5d. . . Hole 10. . . Glasses body 12. . . Bridge 12a. . . 13. Projection (U-shaped part) . . Satoshi 14a. . . Projecting part (U-shaped part) g. . . Groove (slit)

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  1. Claims 1. An attachment member for attaching auxiliary glasses to an eyeglass body, comprising: a grip portion adapted to grip a part of the eyeglass body;
    A mounting member for auxiliary glasses, comprising a groove for sandwiching at least a part of a periphery of a hole or a slit formed in the auxiliary glasses. 2. The mounting member for auxiliary glasses according to claim 1, wherein a part of the eyeglass body grasped by the grasping part is a part of a bridge or a bridge. 3. The mounting member for auxiliary glasses according to claim 1, wherein the grooves are provided in a pair substantially parallel to the left and right. 4. The grooves are provided on both sides of the grip portion. The mounting member according to claim 1, wherein the mounting member is formed by an extended flat portion and an enlarged head on the opposite side to the flat portion. 5. The mounting member according to claim 1, wherein the mounting member is made of a flexible material such as silicon or rubber. 6. The mounting member according to claim 1, wherein the mounting member is made of an elastic material such as plastic. 7. Eyeglasses having an attachment element for attaching auxiliary glasses to the eyeglasses, wherein the attachment element is a protruding portion formed by folding back from the front of the eyeglasses,
    The eyeglasses, wherein the protruding portion is provided as an element for gripping by an attachment member for attaching auxiliary glasses to the eyeglasses. 8. Eyeglasses having an attachment element for attaching auxiliary glasses to the eyeglasses, said attachment element being a part of a bridge connecting between the lenses of the eyeglasses, said part attaching auxiliary glasses to said eyeglasses. Eyeglasses, wherein the mounting member is provided as an element for gripping. 9. The spectacles according to claim 7, wherein the attachment element is formed of a wire, and a periphery of the wire is gripped by the attachment member. 10. A pair of auxiliary spectacles to be attached to a spectacle body by an attachment member, wherein at least one slit inwardly extends from the periphery of the lens so that a part of the attachment member can be fitted and slidable. Auxiliary glasses having a hole formed following the slit at a position where the member is fixed.
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