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JP2016151761A
JP2016151761A JP2015031157A JP2015031157A JP2016151761A JP 2016151761 A JP2016151761 A JP 2016151761A JP 2015031157 A JP2015031157 A JP 2015031157A JP 2015031157 A JP2015031157 A JP 2015031157A JP 2016151761 A JP2016151761 A JP 2016151761A
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平本 清
Kiyoshi Hiramoto
清 平本
晃直 岡部
Akinao Okabe
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An object of the present invention is to provide glasses that have a simple structure, can be easily fitted to a user's head, and are excellent in comfort.
The present invention relates to a front part F having a pair of left and right lenses L, a modern part M having a main body part 11 and a mounting protrusion 12 projecting outward from the main body part 11, and a front part F. A pair of temples T connecting the one end and the mounting projection 12, the mounting projection 12 having a locking tool 12 a for locking the temple T, and the locking tool 12 a The rear end portion TB of the temple portion T is provided with a through hole 4 larger than the diameter of the locking tool 12a, and the through hole 4 has a locking tool. 12a is inserted, and the modern part M is the spectacles 100 which can be rotated in the left-right direction with the mounting protrusion 12 as a fulcrum.
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  The present invention relates to eyeglasses, and more particularly, to eyeglasses that have a simple structure, can be easily fitted to a user's head, and are comfortable to wear.

Glasses generally include a front part having a pair of left and right lenses, a temple part extending rearward from both sides of the front part, and a modern part attached to the temple part.
Such glasses are worn by sandwiching the user's head from both sides with the modern part and putting the modern part on the ear.

  By the way, when wearing spectacles, the shape of the head of the user varies depending on the individual, so the shape of the head may not match the shape of the modern part. In this case, the fit feeling of the modern part in the head is extremely deteriorated, and as a result, the glasses may be easily displaced, or an extreme headache may occur.

On the other hand, in recent years, the modern part has been improved in order to improve the fit of the glasses.
For example, the temple body has a temple main body whose base end side is connected to the eyelid of the spectacle frame, and a sandwich body that is coupled to the temple body and can sandwich the side surface of the face. The temple body and the sandwich body are the first links. The first link can rotate relative to the temple body about a first axis perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the temple body, and the sandwiching body can rotate relative to the first link with respect to the first axis. The temple body and the sandwiching body are connected so as to be relatively rotatable around a second axis parallel to the temple body, and the sandwich body can slide relative to the temple body, and the sandwich body is the temple body. On the other hand, there is known a temple for eyeglass frame that is connected so as to be relatively rotatable around a third axis parallel to the first and second axes (see, for example, Patent Document 1).

JP 2008-102454 A

However, the temple for eyeglass frame described in Patent Document 1 has a drawback that the structure is complicated.
Further, since modern rotation is constrained by the torsion spring, when the modern is fitted to the head, a partial force by the torsion spring is transmitted from the modern to the head. As a result, the head is partially pressed, and the wearing comfort tends to deteriorate.

  The present invention has been made in view of the above circumstances, and it is an object of the present invention to provide eyeglasses that have a simple structure, can be easily fitted to a user's head, and are excellent in comfort.

  The inventors of the present invention have made extensive studies in order to solve the above-mentioned problems. As a result, a through hole larger than the diameter of the locking tool of the mounting protrusion is provided at the rear end of the temple portion, and the locking tool is inserted into the through hole. Then, the present inventors have found that the above problems can be solved by making the modern part pivotable in the left-right direction with the mounting protrusion as a fulcrum, and have completed the present invention.

  The present invention connects (1) a front part having a pair of left and right lenses, a modern part having a main body part and an attachment protrusion formed to protrude outside the main body part, and one end of the front part and the attachment protrusion. A temple part, wherein the mounting projection has a locking tool for locking the temple part, and a protrusion provided in the vertical direction of the locking tool, and the temple part. A through-hole larger than the diameter of the locking tool is provided at the rear end, and the locking tool is inserted into the through-hole, allowing the modern part to turn in the left-right direction with the mounting projection as a fulcrum It is in the glasses that have become.

  The present invention resides in (2) the spectacles according to the above (1), wherein a part of the temple portion moves while being guided by the surface of the protruding portion when the modern portion is rotated.

  The present invention resides in the glasses according to (1) or (2), wherein (3) the locking tool is a locking screw and is screwed to the main body portion in the horizontal left-right direction.

  According to the present invention, (4) the mounting protrusion further includes a pair of protrusions attached to the main body part, and an outer wall part that vertically connects the outer edges of the protrusions. The tool is a locking screw, and the eyeglasses according to the above (1) or (2) are screwed into the outer wall portion and / or the main body portion in the horizontal left-right direction.

  In the present invention, (5) the mounting protrusion connects the inner wall portion attached to the main body portion, the pair of protrusions attached to the inner wall portion, and the outer edges of the protrusions in the vertical direction. (1) or (2) further including an outer wall portion to be engaged, wherein the locking tool is a locking screw and is screwed into at least one of the outer wall portion, the inner wall portion, and the main body portion in the horizontal left-right direction. ).

  The present invention resides in (6) the glasses according to the above (5), wherein the distance between the inner wall portion and the outer wall portion increases toward the front.

  The present invention resides in the glasses according to (5) or (6), wherein (7) the rotation of the modern part is restrained by the temple part being in contact with the main body part, the inner wall part, or the outer wall part.

  This invention exists in the spectacles as described in any one of said (1)-(7) in which the front end of (8) main-body part is located ahead of an attachment protrusion.

  The present invention resides in (9) the eyeglasses according to any one of (1) to (8), wherein the rear portion of the main body portion branches in the vertical direction.

  This invention exists in the spectacles as described in any one of said (1)-(9) from which the front part of (10) main-body part has branched to the up-down direction.

  This invention exists in the spectacles as described in any one of said (1)-(10) in which the main-body part is bent so that a user's head may be followed.

  The present invention resides in the glasses according to any one of (1) to (11), wherein (12) the modern part is detachable from the temple part.

  This invention exists in the spectacles as described in any one of said (1)-(12) by which the long groove | channel is provided along the longitudinal direction in the center of the outer side surface of (13) temple part.

The eyeglasses of the present invention are provided with a through hole larger than the diameter of the locking fixture of the mounting projection at the rear end of the temple portion, and the modern portion uses the mounting projection as a fulcrum by inserting the locking fixture into this hole. By making it possible to rotate in the left-right direction, it is possible to easily fit the main part of the bent modern part in accordance with the shape of the user's head.
At this time, since the diameter of the through hole is larger than the diameter of the locking tool, the temple portion has a degree of freedom not only on the left and right but also on the top and bottom. For this reason, when worn, the modern part can be fitted to the head not only in the horizontal direction but also in the vertical direction (twisting direction).

In addition, since the modern portion can freely rotate within a certain range, unnecessary force is not applied to the modern portion when fitting, and the comfort is extremely excellent.
Further, since no special link mechanism or the like is provided, the number of parts is small, welding is not required, the manufacturing cost is low, and a simple structure can be achieved. Furthermore, since there is no welding process, damage etc. are reduced.
Furthermore, since it is not necessary to join the brazing or the like in the production of the temple portion, for example, at the storefront, by cutting the flat plate so that the length matches the user, and providing a through hole at an appropriate position, The temple part can be easily produced and the temple part can be easily changed.

  In the spectacles of the present invention, when the modern part is rotated, a part of the temple part moves while being guided by the surface of the protruding part, so that it is possible to prevent the front end of the modern part from greatly shaking in the vertical direction. it can.

In the eyeglasses of the present invention, when the locking tool is a locking screw and is screwed to the main body portion in the horizontal left-right direction, the temple portion can be formed into a flat plate having excellent design. Note that the locking screw is a screw for locking.
Further, the locking screw can be attached and detached relatively easily.

In the spectacles of the present invention, the mounting protrusion further includes a pair of protrusions attached to the main body part, and an outer wall part that connects each outer edge of the protrusions in the vertical direction. When the tool is a locking screw and is screwed to the outer wall portion and / or the main body portion in the horizontal left-right direction, the locking screw can be attached and detached relatively easily.
Further, the mounting protrusion includes an inner wall portion attached to the main body portion, a pair of projecting portions attached to the inner wall portion, and an outer wall portion that vertically connects each outer edge portion of the projecting portion. Further, when the locking tool is a locking screw and is screwed into at least one of the outer wall portion, the inner wall portion, and the main body portion in the horizontal left-right direction, it is relatively easy to attach and detach the locking screw. It can be carried out.

  In the glasses of the present invention, when the distance between the inner wall portion and the outer wall portion increases toward the front, the temple portion is brought into line contact when being brought into contact with the inner wall portion or the outer wall portion. Therefore, the impact due to the contact with the temple portion can be reduced.

  In the eyeglasses of the present invention, when the rotation of the modern part is restricted by the temple part coming into contact with the main body part, the inner wall part or the outer wall part, the modern part is excessively rotated and damaged or deformed. This can be prevented.

  In the spectacles of the present invention, when the front end of the main body is positioned in front of the mounting protrusion, the stability when fitted to the head is excellent.

In the eyeglasses of the present invention, when the rear part of the main body part is branched in the vertical direction, the stability can be improved when fitted to the head.
Moreover, when the front part of the main body part branches in the vertical direction, the stability can be improved when the head part is fitted.
Further, when the rear part is branched in the vertical direction and the front part of the main body part is branched in the vertical direction, the head can be fitted to these four points, so that the stability is greatly improved. be able to.

  In the glasses of the present invention, when the main body is bent so as to follow the user's head, the fit is further improved.

In the eyeglasses of the present invention, when the modern part is detachable from the temple part, for example, when the modern part is damaged or the like, it can be easily replaced.
In addition, it can be exchanged for a modern part with a different design depending on the costume and hairstyle.

  In the glasses of the present invention, when a long groove is provided in the center of the outer side surface of the temple portion along the longitudinal direction, it is easy to set a position where the through hole is provided. That is, when providing a through hole in the temple portion at the store according to the user, the temple length can be changed by simply determining the position where the through hole is provided with reference to the long groove.

FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a first embodiment of eyeglasses according to the present invention. 2A is a top view showing the temple portion of the glasses according to the first embodiment, and FIG. 2B is a side view thereof. FIG. 3A is a top view showing the modern part of the glasses according to the first embodiment, and FIG. 3B is a side view thereof. FIG. 4 is a partial cross-sectional view for explaining the relationship between the temple portion and the locking screw in the glasses according to the first embodiment. FIGS. 5A and 5B are top views for explaining a state in which the modern portion is rotated in the glasses according to the first embodiment. FIG. 6 is a schematic top view illustrating a state in which the user wears the glasses according to the first embodiment. FIG. 7 is a perspective view showing a second embodiment of the eyeglasses according to the present invention. FIG. 8A is a top view showing the modern part of the glasses according to the second embodiment, and FIG. 8B is a side view thereof. FIG. 9 is a partial cross-sectional view for explaining the relationship between the temple portion and the locking screw in the glasses according to the second embodiment. FIGS. 10A and 10B are top views for explaining a state in which the modern part is rotated in the glasses according to the second embodiment. FIG. 11 is a schematic top view illustrating a state in which the user wears the glasses according to the second embodiment. 12 (a) and 12 (b) are partial cross-sectional views for explaining the relationship between the temple portion and the locking screw in a modified example of the glasses according to the second embodiment. FIG. 13 is a top view showing a temple part of glasses according to another embodiment. FIG. 14A is a top view showing a modern part of glasses according to another embodiment, and FIG. 14B is a side view thereof. FIG. 15 is a partial cross-sectional view illustrating a state in which a temple part and a modern part of glasses according to another embodiment are connected.

  Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings as necessary. In the drawings, the same elements are denoted by the same reference numerals, and redundant description is omitted. Further, the dimensional ratios in the drawings are not limited to the illustrated ratios.

(First embodiment)
FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a first embodiment of eyeglasses according to the present invention.
As shown in FIG. 1, the eyeglasses 100 according to the first embodiment are attached to a front part F having a pair of left and right lenses L, temple parts T extending rearward from both sides of the front part F, and each temple part T. And a modern part M.
As the lens L, a commercially available lens can be used as appropriate.

The front portion F includes a pair of left and right lenses L and a bridge 1 that bridges both the lenses L.
Further, the temple portions T are attached to both sides of the front portion F through the hinges 2 so as to be foldable.

The temple portion T has a flat plate shape, and connects one end of the front portion F to a mounting protrusion of a modern portion M described later.
FIG. 2A is a top view showing the temple portion of the glasses according to the first embodiment, and FIG. 2B is a side view thereof.
As shown to (a) and (b) of FIG. 2, the temple part T has the through-hole 4 in the rear-end part TB.
For this reason, in the temple part T, the temple part T is fastened to the modern part M by inserting a locking screw (locking tool) of a mounting protrusion of the modern part M described later into the through hole 4. (See FIG. 1). The relationship between the through hole 4 and the locking screw will be described later.

The temple portion T can be easily manufactured by providing the through hole 4 in a flat plate.
As described above, in the glasses 100 according to the first embodiment, since the temple portion is not required to be joined by brazing or the like, for example, at the storefront, the flat plate is cut so that the length matches the user. By providing the through hole at an appropriate position, the temple portion can be easily manufactured and the temple portion can be easily changed.

At this time, it is preferable that the temple part T is provided with the long groove 5 in the center of the outer side surface along the longitudinal direction.
In this case, it becomes easy to set the position where the through hole 4 is provided. That is, when the through hole 4 is provided in the temple portion T according to the user at the store, the position of the through hole 4 can be easily determined on the basis of the long groove 5 to change the temple length.

FIG. 3A is a top view showing the modern part of the glasses according to the first embodiment, and FIG. 3B is a side view thereof.
As shown to (a) of FIG. 3, the modern part M has the main-body part 11 bent so that a user's head may be met, and the attachment protrusion 12 formed so that it might protrude outside the main-body part 11. As shown in FIG. .

In the main body portion 11, the front end P is located in front of the mounting protrusion 12. That is, the main body 11 has a structure extending from the mounting protrusion 12 not only to the rear but also to the front. Thereby, since the contact area of the modern part M at the time of holding | gripping a head becomes large, the stability at the time of making it fit on a head improves.
And the main-body part 11 becomes a structure where the whole was bent inside, and when a user wears spectacles 100, it follows a side of a user's head.

As shown in FIG. 3B, in the main body 11, when the front from the mounting protrusion 12 is the front 11 a and the rear from the mounting protrusion 12 is the rear 11 b, the front 11 a of the main body 11 is The upper branch part 11a1 branched upward, the lower branch part 11a2 branched downward, the rear part 11b of the main body part 11 also branched upward, the lower branch part 11b2 branched downward, have.
Thereby, when the user wears the glasses 100, the upper part 11a1 and the lower branch part 11a2 of the modern part M and the upper branch part 11b1 and the lower branch part 11b2 can be fitted to the head so that the stability can be achieved. Can be improved as much as possible.

Returning to FIG. 3A, the mounting projection 12 includes a locking screw 12a for locking the temple portion T, and a pair of protruding portions 12b provided in the vertical direction of the locking screw 12a. .
The protrusions 12b are flat and are attached to the main body 11 in pairs. Specifically, the protrusion 12b includes an upper protrusion 12b1 attached to the main body 11 and a lower protrusion 12b2 attached below the upper protrusion 12b1.

In the mounting protrusion 12, the locking screw 12a is disposed between the upper protrusion 12b1 and the lower protrusion 12b2, so that the temple T is between the upper protrusion 12b1 and the lower protrusion 12b2. Will be located.
At this time, the temple portion T is in contact with the inner surface of the protruding portion 12b. Therefore, when the modern part M rotates, a part of the temple part T moves while being guided by the surface of the upper projecting part 12b1 and / or the lower projecting part 12b2. It is possible to prevent the camera from greatly shaking in the direction.

FIG. 4 is a partial cross-sectional view for explaining the relationship between the temple portion and the locking screw in the glasses according to the first embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 4, the locking screw 12 a faces in the horizontal left-right direction, and the tip is screwed into the main body 11. For this reason, attachment and detachment of the locking screw 12a can be performed relatively easily.
The locking screw 12a is inserted into the through hole 4 of the temple portion T described above. That is, the locking screw 12a locks the through hole 4 of the temple portion T from the horizontal left-right direction.

Here, the diameter R2 of the through hole 4 of the temple portion T described above is larger than the diameter R1 of the locking screw 12a. As a result, the temple portion T can freely translate in the left-right direction.
The diameter R2 of the through hole 4 is smaller than the screw head diameter R3 of the locking screw 12a. Thereby, it can prevent that the temple part T remove | deviates.
Moreover, the temple part T has a freedom degree not only in right and left but also up and down. For this reason, when wearing, the modern part M can be rotated not only in the left-right direction but also in the up-down direction.
Furthermore, since the temple part T has a degree of freedom in the vertical and horizontal directions, the degree of freedom of movement of the modern part M in the twisting direction is ensured.
As a result, the glasses 100 can be fitted to the head.
The larger the diameter R2 of the through hole 4 is within the range smaller than the diameter R3 of the screw head of the locking screw 12a, the greater the swing of the temple portion T in the vertical and horizontal directions.

In the eyeglasses 100 according to the first embodiment, the modern part M is detachable from the temple part T. 3
That is, the temple part T can be easily removed by removing the screwed locking screw 12a from the main body part 11.
Thereby, for example, when the damage or the like occurs in the modern part M, it can be easily replaced.
Moreover, it can also be exchanged for a modern part M having a different design depending on the costume and hairstyle.

FIGS. 5A and 5B are top views for explaining a state in which the modern part is rotated in the glasses according to the first embodiment.
In the glasses 100 according to the first embodiment, from the state where the modern part M is attached to the temple part T, as shown in FIG. When it is moved to the upper side), the modern part M rotates about the mounting protrusion 12 as a fulcrum.
Thereafter, one inner wall of the through hole 4 of the temple portion T is brought into contact with the locking screw 12a, thereby restraining the rotation of the modern portion M in the inner direction.
On the other hand, as shown in FIG. 4B, when the rear end MB of the modern part M is moved to the outside (the lower side in FIG. 5), the modern part M rotates around the mounting protrusion 12 as a fulcrum. To do.
Thereafter, the other inner side wall of the through hole 4 of the temple portion T is brought into contact with the locking screw 12a, thereby restraining the rotation of the modern portion M.

Therefore, since the modern part M is attached to the temple part T as in the structure described above, the modern part M can be rotated with a relatively small resistance.
Further, the modern part M can freely rotate within a certain range, and when the inner wall of the through hole 4 of the temple part T comes into contact with the locking screw 12a, the rotation is Therefore, the modern part can be prevented from being excessively rotated and damaged or deformed.
Furthermore, since the temple portion T is partially in contact with the surfaces of the pair of projecting portions 12b, the temple portion T moves while being guided by the pair of projecting portions 12b when the modern portion M rotates. . Thereby, at the time of rotation, it can prevent that the front-end | tip or rear end of the modern part M shakes up and down largely.

FIG. 6 is a schematic top view illustrating a state in which the user wears the glasses according to the first embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 6, the spectacles 100 according to the first embodiment are worn by sandwiching the user's head from both sides with the modern part M and holding the head by the modern part M.
Since the main-body part 11 (modern part M) is bent inside at this time, it can be made to fit easily according to the shape of a user's head.
Moreover, in the spectacles 100, when fitting, the modern part M has a degree of freedom to rotate with the mounting protrusion 12 as a fulcrum, so that unnecessary force is not applied to the modern part M, and the comfort is extremely excellent. It becomes.
As a result, a salesperson with a poor fitting technique or a user purchased through mail order or the like can comfortably put it on without requiring any fitting work.
Further, when the eyeglasses 100 are viewed as a whole, since a special link mechanism or the like is not provided, the number of parts is small, welding is not required, the manufacturing cost is low, and a simple structure can be achieved. Furthermore, since there is no welding process, damage etc. are reduced.

(Second Embodiment)
FIG. 7 is a perspective view showing a second embodiment of the eyeglasses according to the present invention.
As shown in FIG. 7, the glasses 101 according to the second embodiment are attached to a front part F having a pair of left and right lenses L, temple parts T extending rearward from both sides of the front part F, and each temple part T. And a modern part M1.
That is, the glasses 101 according to the second embodiment are the same as the glasses 100 according to the first embodiment except that the modern part is different.

FIG. 8A is a top view showing the modern part of the glasses according to the second embodiment, and FIG. 8B is a side view thereof.
As shown in FIGS. 8A and 8B, the modern part M1 includes a main body part 11 bent along the user's head, and a mounting protrusion formed to protrude outside the main body part 11. 22.
In addition, since the main-body part 11 of the modern part M1 of the spectacles which concerns on 2nd Embodiment is the same structure as the main-body part 11 of the modern part M of the spectacles which concerns on 1st Embodiment, description is abbreviate | omitted.

The mounting protrusion 22 vertically connects an inner wall portion 22d attached to the main body portion 11, a pair of protruding portions 22b attached to the inner wall portion 22d, and outer edges of the protruding portions 22b. The outer wall portion 22c and a locking screw 22a for locking the temple portion T are provided.
In the mounting protrusion 22, the locking screw 22a is disposed between the pair of protrusions 22b, and the temple part T is surrounded by the pair of protrusions 22b, the inner wall part 22d, and the outer wall part 22c. It will be arranged at the position.
At this time, the temple portion T is in contact with the inner surfaces of the pair of upper and lower protrusions 22b. Therefore, when the modern part M rotates, a part of the temple part T moves while being guided by the surface of the projecting part 22b, so that the front end of the modern part M is prevented from greatly shaking in the vertical direction. be able to.

FIG. 9 is a partial cross-sectional view for explaining the relationship between the temple portion and the locking screw in the glasses according to the second embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 9, the locking screw 22a faces in the horizontal left-right direction and is screwed to the outer wall portion 22c. For this reason, attachment and detachment of the locking screw 22a can be performed relatively easily.
The tip of the locking screw 22a is inserted into the through hole 4 of the temple portion T described above. That is, the locking screw 22a locks the through hole 4 of the temple portion T from the horizontal left-right direction. For this reason, the temple part T can be made into the flat form excellent in design property.

Here, the diameter R2 of the through hole 4 of the temple portion T described above is larger than the diameter R4 of the locking screw 22a.
Thereby, the temple part T can freely move in the left-right direction.
Moreover, the temple part T has a freedom degree not only in right and left but also up and down. For this reason, the modern part M1 can be rotated not only in the left-right direction but also in the up-down direction when worn.
Furthermore, since the temple part T has a degree of freedom in the vertical and horizontal directions, the degree of freedom of movement of the modern part M1 in the twisting direction is ensured.
As a result, the glasses 101 can be fitted to the head.
In addition, the rocking | fluctuation to the up-down and left-right direction becomes large, so that the diameter R2 of the through-hole 4 is large.

  In the glasses 101 according to the second embodiment, the distance H between the inner wall portion 22d and the outer wall portion 22c becomes wider as going forward. For this reason, when the temple portion T is brought into contact with the inner wall portion 22d or the outer wall portion 22c of the mounting protrusion 22, both are brought into line contact, so that the impact due to the contact with the temple portion T is reduced. be able to.

In the glasses 101 according to the second embodiment, the modern part M1 is detachable from the temple part T.
That is, the temple part T can be easily removed by removing the screwed locking screw 22a from the outer wall part 22c.
Thereby, for example, when the modern part M1 is damaged or the like, it can be easily replaced.
Moreover, it can also be exchanged for a modern part M1 with a different design depending on the costume, hairstyle, and the like.

FIGS. 10A and 10B are top views for explaining a state in which the modern part is rotated in the glasses according to the second embodiment.
In the glasses 101 according to the second embodiment, the rear end portion of the modern portion M1 is inside (refer to FIG. 10) from the state where the modern portion M1 is attached to the temple portion T, as shown in FIG. When moved to the upper side), the modern part M1 rotates with the mounting protrusion 22 as a fulcrum.
Thereafter, when one inner wall of the through hole 4 of the temple portion T is brought into contact with the locking screw 22a, or when the temple portion T is brought into contact with the inner wall portion 22d, the inner direction of the modern portion M1 is reached. The rotation to is restricted.
On the other hand, as shown in FIG. 10B, when the rear end portion of the modern portion M1 is moved to the outside (the lower side in FIG. 10), the modern portion M1 rotates about the mounting protrusion 22 as a fulcrum. .
Thereafter, when the other inner wall of the through hole 4 of the temple portion T is brought into contact with the locking screw 22a, or the temple portion T is brought into contact with the outer wall portion 22c, the modern portion M1 is rotated. Is restrained.

Therefore, since the modern part M1 is attached to the temple part T as in the structure described above, the modern part M1 can be rotated with a relatively small resistance.
Further, the modern part M can freely rotate within a certain range, and the inner wall of the through hole 4 of the temple part T is brought into contact with the locking screw 12a or the temple part. Since T is restrained by contacting the inner wall portion 22d or the outer wall portion 22c, it is possible to further prevent the modern portion from being excessively rotated and damaged or deformed.
It should be noted that if the temple portion T is brought into contact with the inner wall portion 22d or the outer wall portion 22c of the mounting projection 22 before the inner side wall of the through hole 4 of the temple is brought into contact with the locking screw 22a, a burden is imposed on the through hole 4. Hard to take.
Furthermore, since the temple part T is in contact with the surface of the pair of projecting parts 12b, the temple part T moves while being guided by the pair of projecting parts 12b when the modern part M1 rotates. Thereby, at the time of rotation, it can prevent that the front-end | tip or rear end of the modern part M1 shakes greatly to an up-down direction.

FIG. 11 is a schematic top view illustrating a state in which the user wears the glasses according to the second embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 11, the glasses 101 according to the second embodiment are worn by sandwiching the user's head from both sides with the modern part M1 and holding the head by the modern part M1.
Since the main-body part 11 (modern part M1) is bent inside at this time, it can be made to fit easily according to the shape of a user's head.
Further, in the glasses 101, when fitting, the modern part M1 has a degree of freedom to rotate around the mounting projection 22 as a fulcrum, so that unnecessary force is not applied to the modern part M1, and the comfort is extremely excellent. It becomes.
As a result, a salesperson with a poor fitting technique or a user purchased through mail order or the like can comfortably put it on without requiring any fitting work.
Further, when the eyeglasses 101 are viewed as a whole, since no special link mechanism or the like is provided, the number of parts is small, welding is not required, the manufacturing cost is low, and a simple structure can be achieved. Furthermore, since there is no welding process, damage etc. are reduced.

  The preferred embodiment of the present invention has been described above, but the present invention is not limited to the above embodiment.

For example, in the spectacles according to the present embodiment, the front portion F has a pair of left and right lenses L and a bridge 1 that bridges both the lenses L, but further includes a nose pad connected to the bridge 1. It may be.
The lens L may be attached to the frame, or may be a frame only and no lens.

  In the glasses according to the present embodiment, the temple portion T has a flat plate shape, but may have a linear shape as long as a through hole can be provided.

In the eyeglasses according to the present embodiment, the temple portion T is provided with the long groove 5 along the longitudinal direction in the center of the outer side surface, but is not necessarily essential.
In addition, the outside of the temple portion T may be decorated.

  In the eyeglasses according to the present embodiment, the modern part M has the main body part 11 bent along the user's head, but does not necessarily need to be bent along the user's head.

In the eyeglasses according to the present embodiment, the front end P of the main body 11 is located in front of the mounting protrusion 12, but this is not necessarily an essential configuration.
Further, the front part 11a of the main body part 11 has a lower branch part 11a2 below, and the rear part 11b of the main body part 11 has an upper branch part 11b1 branched upward and a lower branch part 11b2 branched downward. However, these may not be included and may be further branched.

In the glasses according to the present embodiment, the protruding portion 12b has a flat plate shape, but does not necessarily have a flat plate shape.
Moreover, although the protrusion part 12b is attached to the main-body part 11 (or inner wall part) as a pair up and down, only any one of an up-down direction may be sufficient. The same applies to the pair of protruding portions 22b attached to the inner wall portion 22d.

In the glasses according to the second embodiment, the locking screw 22a is screwed into the outer wall portion 22c, but is not limited thereto.
For example, as shown in FIG. 12 (a), the attachment protrusion 42 includes an inner wall part 42d attached to the main body part 41, a pair of protrusions 42b attached to the inner wall part 42d, and the protrusions 42b. In the case of having an outer wall portion 42c that connects the outer edge portions of each of the first and second outer edges in the vertical direction and a locking screw 42a for locking the temple portion T, the locking screw 42a faces in the horizontal left-right direction. And may be screwed to the main body 41 and the inner wall 42d. That is, the locking screw 42a may be attached in the opposite direction to the locking screw 22a in the glasses according to the second embodiment.
Also in this case, the tip of the locking screw 42a is inserted into the through hole 4 of the temple portion T, as in the glasses according to the second embodiment. That is, the locking screw 42a locks the through hole 4 of the temple portion T from the horizontal left-right direction.

Similarly, as shown in FIG. 12B, the attachment protrusion 52 includes an inner wall 52d attached to the main body 51, a pair of protrusions 52b attached to the inner wall 52d, and the protrusions. An outer wall 52c that connects the outer edges of each of 52b in the vertical direction, a rear wall 52e that connects each of the rear edges of the protrusion 52b in the vertical direction, and a temple T for locking In the case of having the locking screw 52a, the locking screw 42a faces the horizontal left-right direction, and may be screwed to the main body portion 41 and the inner wall portion 42d. That is, the locking screw 42a may be attached in the opposite direction to the locking screw 22a in the glasses according to the second embodiment.
Also in this case, the tip of the locking screw 42a is inserted into the through hole 4 of the temple portion T, as in the glasses according to the second embodiment. That is, the locking screw 42a locks the through hole 4 of the temple portion T from the horizontal left-right direction.

In the glasses according to the present embodiment, the locking screw 12a is screwed in the horizontal left-right direction, but may be in the vertical direction.
Further, although a locking screw is used as the locking tool, a locking pin may be used.
FIG. 13 is a top view showing a temple part of glasses according to another embodiment, and FIG. 14A is a top view showing a modern part of glasses according to another embodiment. FIG. 15B is a side view thereof, and FIG. 15 is a partial cross-sectional view showing a state in which a temple part and a modern part of glasses according to another embodiment are connected.

As shown in FIG. 13, in the spectacles according to another embodiment, the temple portion T1 is plate-shaped and has a mounting portion 30 protruding in the left-right direction at the rear end portion.
Further, a through hole 34 is formed in the attachment portion 30 in the vertical direction.
On the other hand, as shown in FIGS. 14A and 14B, the modern part M <b> 2 has an attachment protrusion 32 attached to the main body part 11.
The attachment protrusion 32 includes a pair of upper and lower protrusions 32b, and attachment holes 33 are formed in the protrusions 32b in the vertical direction.

And the temple part T1 is arrange | positioned between a pair of protrusion parts 32b, and the latch pin 32a is located in the position where the through-hole 34 of the temple part T1 and the attachment hole 33 formed in each protrusion part 32b correspond. Insert vertically.
At this time, the locking pin 32 a is inserted into the through hole 34 and attached to the attachment hole 33.
Thereby, as shown in FIG. 15, the temple part T1 and the modern part M2 are connected.
In the glasses according to other embodiments, the diameter of the mounting hole 33 is substantially the same as the diameter of the locking pin 32a, but the diameter of the through hole 34 is larger than the diameter of the locking pin 32a. .
In the glasses according to other embodiments, the through hole of the temple portion is formed in the vertical direction, so that the temple width can be narrowed.

  The present invention can be used as glasses for myopia, presbyopia, astigmatism, and fashion. According to the present invention, it is possible to provide glasses that have a simple structure, can be easily fitted to a user's head, and are excellent in comfort.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Bridge 2 ... Hinge 4,34 ... Through-hole 5 ... Long groove 11, 41, 51 ... Main-body part 11a ... Front part 11a1, 11b1 ... Upper branch part 11a2, 11b2 ... Lower branch part 11b ... Rear part 12, 22, 32, 42, 52 ... Mounting protrusion 12a, 22a, 42a, 52a ... Locking screw (locking tool)
12b, 22b, 32b, 42b, 52b ... Projection 12b1 ... Upper projection 12b2 ... Lower projection 22c, 42c, 52c ... Outer wall 22d, 42d, 52d ... Inner wall 30 ..Mounting part 32a ... Locking pin (locking tool)
33 ... Mounting hole 52e ... Rear wall part 100, 101 ... Glasses F ... Front part H ... Distance L ... Lens M, M1, M2 ... Modern part P ... Front end R1, R2, R3, R4 ... Diameter T, T1 ... Temple part TB ... Rear end part

Claims (13)

  1. A front part having a pair of left and right lenses, a modern part having a main body part and an attachment protrusion formed to protrude outside the main body part, a temple part for connecting one end of the front part and the attachment protrusion, Glasses with
    The mounting protrusion has a locking tool for locking the temple part, and a protrusion provided in the vertical direction of the locking tool,
    A through hole larger than the diameter of the locking tool is provided at the rear end of the temple part,
    The locking tool is inserted into the through hole,
    Glasses in which the modern part is rotatable in the left-right direction with the mounting protrusion as a fulcrum.
  2.   The glasses according to claim 1, wherein a part of the temple portion moves while being guided by a surface of the protruding portion when the modern portion is rotated.
  3.   The spectacles according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the locking tool is a locking screw and is screwed to the main body portion in a horizontal left-right direction.
  4. The mounting protrusion further includes a pair of protrusions attached to the main body part, and an outer wall part that vertically connects the outer edges of the protrusions,
    The spectacles according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the locking tool is a locking screw and is screwed to the outer wall portion and / or the main body portion in a horizontal left-right direction.
  5. The mounting protrusion includes an inner wall portion attached to the main body portion, a pair of protrusions attached to the inner wall portion, and an outer wall portion that vertically connects the outer edges of the protrusions. In addition,
    The spectacles according to claim 1, wherein the locking tool is a locking screw and is screwed into at least one of the outer wall portion, the inner wall portion, and the main body portion in a horizontal left-right direction.
  6.   The spectacles according to claim 5, wherein a distance between the inner wall portion and the outer wall portion increases toward the front.
  7.   The glasses according to claim 5 or 6, wherein rotation of the modern part is restricted by the temple part being brought into contact with the main body part, the inner wall part or the outer wall part.
  8.   The spectacles of any one of Claims 1-7 in which the front end of the said main-body part is located ahead of the said attachment protrusion.
  9.   The spectacles according to any one of claims 1 to 8, wherein a rear portion of the main body portion is branched in a vertical direction.
  10.   The spectacles of any one of Claims 1-9 in which the front part of the said main-body part has branched to the up-down direction.
  11.   The spectacles according to any one of claims 1 to 10, wherein the main body is bent so as to follow a user's head.
  12.   The spectacles according to claim 1, wherein the modern part is detachable from the temple part.
  13.   The spectacles of any one of Claims 1-12 in which the long groove | channel is provided in the center of the outer side surface of the said temple part along a longitudinal direction.
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US5631718A (en) * 1995-02-01 1997-05-20 Bausch & Lomb Incorporated Temple for eyewear
JP2002287098A (en) * 2001-03-22 2002-10-03 Yoshikazu Sakai Stowage type temple and spectacles using the same
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