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JP2013164487A
JP2013164487A JP2012026944A JP2012026944A JP2013164487A JP 2013164487 A JP2013164487 A JP 2013164487A JP 2012026944 A JP2012026944 A JP 2012026944A JP 2012026944 A JP2012026944 A JP 2012026944A JP 2013164487 A JP2013164487 A JP 2013164487A
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a spectacle frame capable of switching a usage method in which a burden does not apply to a nose and a usage method in which an attachment position of the spectacle frame is hard to be shifted with one spectacle frame.SOLUTION: A spectacle frame 1 includes a front frame 2, temples 3 respectively extending backward from both ends of the front frame 2, and a pad 4 detachable from both the front frame 2 and the temples 3. An attachment position of the pad 4 to the front frame 2 is a position where the pad 4 is brought into contact with sides of a nose of a user when the user wears the spectacle frame 1. In addition, an attachment position of the pad 4 to the temples 3 is a position where the pad 4 is brought into contact with right and left cheek bones of the user when the user wears the spectacle frame 1.

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  The present invention relates to a spectacle frame. In particular, the present invention relates to a spectacle frame that can be switched between a usage method that does not put a burden on the nose and a usage method that makes it difficult to shift the mounting position of the spectacle frame with a single spectacle frame.

Conventionally, a general spectacle frame includes a front frame and temples extending rearward from both ends of the front frame. The front frame includes left and right rims for fixing left and right lenses, and left and right rims. And a bridge for connecting the two. A nose pad is provided on the inner side (center side) of the rim.
When wearing the spectacle frame, the nose pad is brought into contact with the side of the nose and the temple is hooked on the ear.
At this time, most of the weight of the front frame is applied to the nose through the nose pad. Therefore, if the eyeglass frame is worn for a long time, the nose part where the nose pad is in contact changes color to red, and the nose pad is in contact with the nose pad. There is a problem that the user feels uncomfortable.

  In order to solve this problem, a spectacle frame that holds a front frame by bringing a pad provided on a temple into contact with a cheekbone without using a nose pad has been proposed (for example, see Patent Document 1).

However, in the spectacle frame that holds the front frame with the pad provided on the temple, the distance in the front-rear direction from the position of the ear that hooks the temple to the position of the pad that contacts the cheekbone is provided on the front frame. This is shorter than the distance in the front-rear direction from the position of the ear to the position of the pad in contact with the nose. This increases the force required to support the spectacle frame. Also, the tilt of the cheekbone surface against which the pad abuts is closer to the vertical than the tilt of the nose surface against which the pad abuts. It is difficult to hold eyeglass frames.
Therefore, the spectacle frame with the pad provided on the temple has lower holdability than the spectacle frame with the pad provided on the front frame, and the spectacle frame may be displaced from the wearing position when the user exercises violently.
For this reason, the user must also have a spectacle frame with a nose pad for intense exercise, and it is cumbersome and expensive to have two spectacle frames.

JP 2006-72275 A

  The present invention has been made to solve such a problem of the prior art, and switches between a usage method that does not put a burden on the nose with a single spectacle frame and a usage method in which the mounting position of the spectacle frame is difficult to shift. It is an object to provide a spectacle frame that can be used.

  In order to solve the above-described problems, the present invention provides a spectacle frame including a front frame and temples that extend rearward from both ends of the front frame, and is detachable from both the front frame and the temple. The pad is attached to the front frame at a position where the pad abuts on the side of the user's nose when the spectacle frame is attached to the user. The temple mounting position is a position where the pad is in contact with the cheekbone of the user when the spectacle frame is attached to the user.

According to the present invention, when not exercising vigorously, the pad is attached to the temple and brought into contact with the cheekbone in the same manner as the eyeglass frame described in Patent Document 1, so that the burden on the nose can be eliminated. At this time, the holdability of the eyeglass frame is lower than when the pad is attached to the front frame and brought into contact with the side of the nose as a nose pad. However, since it does not exercise violently, there is little possibility that the wearing position of the spectacle frame is shifted.
On the other hand, when exercising vigorously, the pad is attached to the front frame and brought into contact with the side of the nose as a conventional general spectacle frame.
In this way, the pad can be attached to and detached from both the front frame and the temple, so there is a usage method that does not put a burden on the nose with a single spectacle frame, and a usage method that makes it difficult to shift the spectacle frame mounting position even if you exercise vigorously. Can be switched.

  Preferably, the temple includes a curved deforming portion that curves inward and outward in a part of the longitudinal direction, and the curved deforming portion is convex outward so that a rear end of the temple is directed inward. It switches between a first posture that curves and a second posture that curves inwardly so that the rear end of the temple faces outward, and the attachment position of the pad to the temple is the spectacle frame Is a position where the pad comes into contact with the left and right cheekbones of the user when at least the bending deformation portion is in the first posture.

In the present invention, the “inside / outside direction” means the inside / outside direction with the front frame constituting the spectacle frame attached, and the “inside” means the state with the front frame constituting the spectacle frame attached. The term “outside” means the outside with the front frame constituting the spectacle frame attached.
In addition, the direction with the frontal head is defined as the front with respect to the center of the horizontal section of the head of the user wearing the spectacle frame, and the direction with the back of the head is defined as the rear. In the state of the eyeglass frame, it refers to the rear end of the temple.
In such a preferred spectacle frame, if the user switches the bending deformation portion to the first posture when the spectacle frame is mounted, the bending deformation portion is convex outward so that the rear end of the temple faces inward. Since it bends, the portion of the temple behind the curved deformable portion can hold the face side of the user, and the holdability of the spectacle frame is enhanced.
Therefore, even when the pad is attached to the temple, if the curved deformed portion is in the first posture, the holdability of the spectacle frame is enhanced, so that the nose is not burdened and the spectacle frame is not subject to heavy exercise. The mounting position is difficult to shift.
Further, when the user switches the bending deformation portion to the second posture when wearing or removing the spectacle frame, the bending deformation portion becomes convex toward the inside so that the rear end of the temple faces outward. Since it is curved, the distance between the rear ends of the left and right temples is relatively wide. As a result, the spectacle frame can be easily attached and detached.

  According to the present invention, since the pad is detachable to both the front frame and the temple, there is a usage method that does not put a burden on the nose with a single spectacle frame, and a usage method in which the mounting position of the spectacle frame is difficult to shift even during intense exercise. You can switch to

FIG. 1 is a plan view of an example of a spectacle frame according to the first embodiment, and FIG. 1A is a plan view of the spectacle frame when a pad is attached to the front frame, and FIG. FIG. 3 is a plan view of a spectacle frame when a pad is attached to a temple. 2 is a configuration diagram of the pad, FIG. 2 (a) is a perspective view of the pad, FIG. 2 (b) is a perspective view when the pad is attached to the front frame, and FIG. (c) is a perspective view when a pad is attached to a temple. FIG. 3 is a schematic diagram illustrating an example of another attachment method of the attachment portion to the pad second attachment portion. FIG. 4 is a configuration diagram of an example of a spectacle frame according to the second embodiment, and FIG. 4A is a plan view of the spectacle frame according to the embodiment when the bending deformation portion is in the first posture. FIG. 4B is a side view of the spectacle frame, and FIG. 4C is a plan view when the curved deformation portion of the spectacle frame is in the second posture. FIG. 5 is a configuration diagram of a bending deformation portion included in the spectacle frame, and FIG. 5A is a side view seen from the outside when the bending deformation portion of the left temple is in the first posture. FIG. 5B is a plan view when the bending deformation portion is in the first posture, and FIG. 5C is a plan view when the bending deformation portion is in the second posture. FIG. 6 is an explanatory diagram of the operation when the posture of the bending deformation portion is switched, FIG. 6A is a plan view when the bending deformation portion is in the first posture, and FIG. FIG. 6C is a plan view in the middle of switching the curved deformation portion from either one of the first posture and the second posture to the other, and FIG. 6C is a plan view when the curved deformation portion is in the second posture. FIG. FIG. 7 is a configuration diagram of another example of the curved deformation portion, and FIG. 7A is a side view seen from the outside when the curved deformation portion of the left temple is in the first posture. FIG. 7B is a cross-sectional view taken along the dotted line A in FIG. 7A when the curved deformation portion is in the first posture, and FIG. 7C is a cross-sectional view when the curved deformation portion is in the second posture. It is sectional drawing in the dotted line A of a).

(First embodiment)
Hereinafter, an eyeglass frame according to a first embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings as appropriate.
FIG. 1 is a plan view of an example of a spectacle frame according to the present embodiment, FIG. 1A is a plan view of the spectacle frame when a pad is attached to the front frame, and FIG. It is a top view of the spectacles frame at the time of attaching a pad to a temple. 2 is a configuration diagram of the pad, FIG. 2 (a) is a perspective view of the pad, FIG. 2 (b) is a perspective view when the pad is attached to the front frame, and FIG. (c) is a perspective view when a pad is attached to a temple.
The spectacle frame 1 includes a front frame 2, temples 3 extending rearward from both ends of the front frame 2, and a pad 4 detachably attached to both the front frame 2 and the temple 3.
The front frame 2 includes left and right rims 21 for fixing the left and right lenses, and a bridge 22 for connecting the left and right rims.
The temple 3 is connected to the front frame 2 through a hinge 5 so as to be freely opened and closed.
The attachment position of the pad 4 to the front frame 2 is a position where the pad 4 abuts on the side of the user's nose when the spectacle frame 1 is attached to the user. Further, the attachment position of the pad 4 to the temple 3 is a position where the pad 4 comes into contact with the cheekbone of the user when the spectacle frame 1 is attached to the user.
The pad 4 includes an attachment portion 41 attached to both the front frame 2 and the temple 3, a pad main body portion 42 that contacts the side of the user's nose and cheekbones, and a connection that connects the attachment portion 41 and the pad main body portion 42. Part 43.
As a material of the pad main body portion 42 and the connecting portion 43, for example, metal or resin can be used. The connecting portion 43 may be plastically deformable. If the connecting portion 43 can be plastically deformed, the contact state of the pad main body portion 42 to the side of the nose or the cheekbone can be easily adjusted.
The front frame 2 includes a pad first attachment portion 23 to which the attachment portion 41 is attached on the inner side (center side) of the rim 21. The attachment portion 41 is attached to the pad first attachment portion 23 by magnetic force. Both the attachment portion 41 and the pad first attachment portion 23 are made of magnets in which the magnetic poles are oriented in the direction in which they are attracted to each other. At this time, the attachment portion 41 and the pad first attachment portion 23 may not be entirely magnets but may be partially magnets.
Further, one of the attachment portion 41 and the pad first attachment portion 23 may be made of a magnet, and the other may be made of a magnetic material. At this time, the other of the attachment portion 41 and the pad first attachment portion 23 may not be entirely magnetic but may be partially magnetic.

The temple 3 includes a pad second attachment portion 31 to which the attachment portion 41 is attached in a part in the longitudinal direction. The attachment portion 41 is attached to the pad second attachment portion 31 by magnetic force. The pad second mounting portion 31 is made of a magnet or a magnetic material, like the pad first mounting portion 23. The pad second mounting portion 31 may be a magnet or a magnetic body as a whole, or a part of the pad second mounting portion 31 may be a magnet or a magnetic body.
When the pad 4 is attached to the front frame 2, when the user wears the spectacle frame 1, the pad main body 42 abuts on the side of the nose. And the spectacles frame 1 is hold | maintained by the pad main-body part 42 contact | abutted by the side of a nose, and the temple 3 latched by the ear | edge.
When the pad 4 is attached to the temple 3, when the user wears the spectacle frame 1, the pad main body 42 comes into contact with the cheekbone. And the spectacles frame 1 is hold | maintained by the pad main-body part 42 contact | abutted to the cheekbone, and the temple 3 latched by the ear | edge.

According to the spectacle frame 1 of the present embodiment, when not violently moving, the pad 4 is attached to the temple 3 and brought into contact with the cheekbone in the same manner as the spectacle frame described in Patent Document 1, so the burden on the nose is reduced. It can be lost. At this time, the holdability of the spectacle frame 1 is lower than when the pad 4 is attached to the front frame 2 and is brought into contact with the side of the nose as a nose pad. However, since it does not exercise violently, there is little possibility that the wearing position of the spectacle frame 1 is shifted.
On the other hand, when exercising violently, the pad 4 is attached to the front frame 2 in the same manner as a conventional general spectacle frame and is brought into contact with the side of the nose as a nose pad. hard.
As described above, since the pad 4 is detachably attached to both the front frame 2 and the temple 3, a single spectacle frame 1 can be used without burdening the nose, and the mounting position of the spectacle frame 1 can be misaligned even when exercising vigorously. It can be switched to difficult usage.

The attachment method of the attachment portion 41 to the pad first attachment portion 23 and the pad second attachment portion 31 is not limited to the method using the magnetic force as described above, and other methods may be used.
FIG. 3 is a schematic diagram illustrating an example of another method of attaching the attachment portion 41 to the pad second attachment portion 31.
The pad 2nd attachment part 31 has the protrusion part 32 protruded inside. The attachment portion 41 has a fitting hole 44 that fits into the protruding portion 32. The fitting portion 41 is detachably attached to the pad second attachment portion 31 by fitting the fitting hole 44 to the protruding portion 32. On the other hand, the pad first attachment portion 23 also has a protruding portion (not shown) similar to the pad second attachment portion 31, and the attachment portion 41 is detachably attached to the pad first attachment portion 23.
Moreover, the attachment part 41 may have a protrusion, and the pad first attachment part 23 and the pad second attachment part 31 may have a fitting hole.

(Second Embodiment)
Next, a spectacle frame according to a second embodiment of the present invention will be described.
In the eyeglass frame of the present embodiment, the temple includes a curved deformation portion that curves inward and outward in a part of the longitudinal direction. In the following, differences of the present embodiment from the first embodiment will be described.
FIG. 4 is a configuration diagram of an example of a spectacle frame according to the second embodiment, and FIG. 4A is a plan view of the spectacle frame according to the embodiment when the bending deformation portion is in the first posture. FIG. 4B is a side view of the spectacle frame, and FIG. 4C is a plan view when the curved deformation portion of the spectacle frame is in the second posture. FIG. 5 is a configuration diagram of a bending deformation portion included in the spectacle frame, and FIG. 5A is a side view seen from the outside when the bending deformation portion of the left temple is in the first posture. FIG. 5B is a plan view when the bending deformation portion is in the first posture, and FIG. 5C is a plan view when the bending deformation portion is in the second posture.

The curved deformation portion 33 has a first posture that is curved outward so that the rear end 6 of the temple 3 is directed inward, and inward so that the rear end 6 of the temple 3 is directed outward. It switches to the 2nd attitude | position curved toward the convex shape. When the bending deformation portion 33 is in the first posture, the portion of the temple 3 behind the bending deformation portion 33 holds the face side surface of the user. The holding force of the temple 3 can be adjusted by changing the bending degree of the temple 3 in the inner and outer directions.
The curved deformation portion 33 is provided behind the attachment position of the pad 4 on the temple 3. Since the curved deformation portion 33 is located behind the attachment position of the pad 4, even if the bending direction of the temple 3 inside and outside the attachment position of the pad 4 is changed, The position of the pad 4 in the inner and outer direction is not affected so much.
Therefore, when the pad 4 is attached to the temple 3, after the position of the pad 4 is adjusted so that the pad 4 comes into contact with the cheekbone, the bending state in the inner and outer directions of the temple 3 behind the attachment position of the pad 4 is changed. Thus, the holding force of the temple 3 can be adjusted.
As a result, when the pad 4 is attached to the temple 3, the portion of the temple 3 behind the bending deformation portion 33 and the pad 4 are located on the face of the user when the bending deformation portion 33 is set to the first posture. It can be easily adjusted to properly hold the sides.
The bending deformation part 33 includes a pair of bending parts 34 juxtaposed in the vertical direction and an elastic part 35 sandwiched between the pair of bending parts 34 (see FIG. 5A).
As a material of the curved deformation portion 33, for example, a metal such as magnesium or aluminum or a resin can be used.
The bending portion 34 has flexibility and bends inward and outward.
The elastic part 35 has elasticity and elastically extends in the front-rear direction. The elastic part 35 has a convex shape projecting inward, and elastically expands in the front-rear direction when the bending of the bent portion of the convex shape extends. The elastic portion 35 is not limited to such a structure, and may be any structure as long as it elastically extends in the front-rear direction.
A slit 36 is provided between the bending portion 34 and the elastic portion 35, and the bending portion 34 and the elastic portion 35 are separated from each other in the vertical direction.
The front end portion 34a of the bending portion 34 and the front end portion 35a of the elastic portion 35 are connected to each other, and the rear end portion 34b of the bending portion 34 and the rear end portion 35b of the elastic portion 35 are connected to each other. Further, the length of the curved portion 34 is longer than the length of the elastic portion 35 in the front-rear direction.
The length of the bending portion 34 is longer than the length of the elastic portion 35 in the front-rear direction, and the bending portion 34 and the elastic portion 35 are connected to each other at the front end portion and the rear end portion thereof. Can be switched between two postures: a posture curved in a convex shape toward the outside and a posture curved in a convex shape in the inward direction. The posture of the bending portion 34 when the bending deformation portion 33 is in the first posture is also referred to as the first posture, and the posture of the bending portion 34 when the bending deformation portion 33 is in the second posture is also referred to as the second posture.

Next, an operation when the posture of the bending deformation portion 33 is switched will be described.
FIG. 6 is an explanatory view of the operation when the posture of the bending deformation portion is switched, FIG. 6 (a) is a plan view when the bending deformation portion is in the first posture, and FIG. 6 (b) is a bending view. FIG. 6C is a plan view when the deforming portion is switched from either one of the first posture and the second posture to the other, and FIG. 6C is a plan view when the bending deforming portion is in the second posture. L1 indicates the length of the elastic portion 35 in the front-rear direction, and L2 indicates the length of the bending portion 34.

When a force that urges the bending portion 34 inward is applied when the bending portion 34 is in the first posture, a force F is applied to the connecting portion P between the bending portion 34 and the elastic portion 35 in the extending direction of the bending portion 34. work. The force F is divided into a component force F1 that urges the connection point P inward and a component force F2 that extends the elastic portion 35.
The component force F2 tries to extend the elastic portion 35, but the elastic force that tries to contract acts on the elastic portion 35 with respect to the component force F2.
If the elastic part 35 is elongated, the bending part 34 is easily bent inward. However, if the force for urging the bending portion 34 inward is small, the length of the elastic portion 35 to be extended is short, so that the bending portion 34 is not bent inward and the first posture is maintained.
When the force that urges the bending portion 34 inward increases, the elastic portion 35 is extended, and the length L1 of the elastic portion 35 in the front-rear direction becomes the same as the length L2 of the bending portion 34.
After the length L1 of the elastic portion 35 in the front-rear direction becomes the same as the length L2 of the bending portion 34, when a force that further urges the bending portion 34 inward is applied, the bending portion 34 moves from a straight state. It becomes a state of being curved in a convex shape toward the inward direction, and thereafter, even if the force that urges the bending portion 34 inward is removed, the elastic portion 35 bends in a convex shape due to the elasticity of the elastic portion 35. And the bending part 34 will be in a 2nd attitude | position (FIG.6 (c)). At this time, depending on the type of material of the bending deformation part 33 and the magnitude of the elastic force of the elastic part 35, the bending deformation part 33 vibrates and generates a sound, so that it is recognized that the posture has been switched by the sound. be able to.
When the bending portion 34 is switched from the second posture to the first posture, the bending portion 34 is switched in the order of FIG. 6 (c), FIG. 6 (b), and FIG. 6 (a).
In the above description, in order to simplify the description, the posture is switched after the length L1 of the elastic portion 35 in the front-rear direction becomes the same as the length L2 of the curved portion 34. However, the length of the elastic portion 35 in the front-rear direction is not necessarily limited. The length L1 is not necessarily the same as the length L2 of the bending portion 34, the bending portion 34 is in a curved state, and the length L1 of the elastic portion 35 in the front-rear direction is shorter than the length L2 of the bending portion 34. The posture can be switched depending on the state.

In the spectacle frame 1 of the present embodiment, if the user switches the bending deforming portion 33 to the first posture when the spectacle frame 1 is worn, the bending deforming portion 33 is removed so that the rear end 6 of the temple 3 faces inward. Since the portion of the temple behind the curved deformation portion 33 can pinch the face side of the user, the holdability of the spectacle frame 1 is enhanced.
Therefore, even when the pad 4 is attached to the temple 3, if the bending deformation portion 33 is in the first posture, the holdability of the spectacle frame 1 is increased, so that the nose is not burdened and exercises intensely. However, the mounting position of the spectacle frame 1 is difficult to shift.
Further, when the user switches the bending deformation portion 33 to the second posture when wearing or removing the spectacle frame 1, the bending deformation portion 33 is inward so that the rear end 6 of the temple 3 faces outward. Since it curves in the convex direction, the distance between the rear ends of the left and right temples 3 is relatively wide. Thereby, the spectacle frame 1 can be easily attached and detached.

The configuration of the bending deformation portion is not limited to the above configuration, and may be another configuration as long as the bending deformation portion switches between the first posture and the second posture.
FIG. 7 is a configuration diagram of another example of the curved deformation portion, and FIG. 7A is a side view seen from the outside when the curved deformation portion of the left temple is in the first posture. FIG. 7B is a cross-sectional view taken along the dotted line A in FIG. 7A when the curved deformation portion is in the first posture, and FIG. 7C is a cross-sectional view when the curved deformation portion is in the second posture. It is sectional drawing in the dotted line A of a).
The curved deformation portion 33a has elasticity, and as a material, for example, a metal such as magnesium or aluminum or a resin can be used.
The curved deformation part 33a has an opening 37 extending in the front-rear direction and a pair of curved parts 34c sandwiching the opening 37 from above and below.
The curved deforming portion 33a takes a posture in which the inner side surfaces Q1 and Q2 of the upper and lower curved portions 34c of the opening 37 are curved in a direction facing each other when the first posture is set (see FIG. 7B), and the second posture. At this time, the outer surfaces Q3 and Q4 of the upper and lower curved deformation portions 33a of the opening 37 are formed so as to bend in a direction facing each other (see FIG. 7C).
With this configuration, the bending deformation portion 33a switches to the first posture when an outward biasing force is applied, and switches to the second posture when an inward biasing force is applied.

  In the second embodiment, the bending deformation portion 33 is provided behind the attachment position of the pad 4 in the temple 3, but may be provided in front of the attachment position of the pad 4 in the temple 3. In this case, the bending state of the temple 3 can be adjusted to the front and rear of the curved deformation portion 33 and the mounting position of the pad 4 so that both the pad 4 and the rear portion of the temple 3 properly hold the user's face side surface. Adjustments including before and after

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Eyeglass frame 2 ... Front frame 3 ... Temple 33 ... Curve deformation part 4 ... Pad 6 ... Rear end

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  1. A spectacle frame comprising a front frame and temples extending rearward from both ends of the front frame,
    A pad that is detachable on both the front frame and the temple;
    The attachment position of the pad to the front frame is a position where the pad abuts on the side of the user's nose when the spectacle frame is attached to the user.
    The spectacle frame, wherein the pad is attached to the temple at a position where the pad contacts the cheekbone of the user when the spectacle frame is attached to the user.
  2. The temple includes a curved deformation portion that curves inward and outward in a part of the longitudinal direction,
    The curved deforming portion has a first posture that curves outward so that the rear end of the temple is directed inward, and is directed inward so that the rear end of the temple is directed outward. Switch to the second posture that curves in a convex shape,
    The attachment position of the pad to the temple is a position where the pad is in contact with the cheekbone of the user when the spectacle frame is attached to the user and at least the curved deformation portion is in the first posture. The spectacle frame according to claim 1.
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