FAQ Frame

We've compiled a list of commonly asked questions about Muunel frames. If you are unable to find the answer to your question, please contact us for further assistance.

All of our frames have the size numbers printed on the temple arm. These refer to the lens bridge, width, and temple arm length.
Also, on each product page, the frame measurements are listed in three numbers under Frame Measurements.
We recommended comparing your current glasses to the frame measurements on our website; this will help you choose the right fit. If you don’t sure what is the right fit for you fill free to learn more at this link

If your pair gets bent-out-of-shape through regular use, gentle adjusting at the frame’s temple arms will get your Muunel back into perfect shape!
You can adjust them yourself or take them to an optical provider to perfectly fit your face since they have the proper instrumentation for adjustments.

Keep these tips in mind when choosing which pair of muunel would best suit you:

Glasses should stay put on your nose.
Don’t let your eyebrows hide below or make contact with the frame.
Make sure the bottom of the frame doesn’t rest on your cheeks.
Your pupils should be aligned near the center of your lenses.

New glasses often need minor tweaks to fit your face right.
It’s best to have an optician fine-tune the glasses for you, but you can also make adjustments yourself with this Adjust guide

Please send us an email with the product name, and we’ll let you know when the item becomes available.

Most of our frames come in multiple colorways. If a frame comes in more than one color, you will see the frame’s product description page options.
Each frame and color will have several images that you can move left and right

Each model comes in a different size. You can see the size details under the product description. Please use the “Face Shape Guide” to find the one that best suits you.

It depends on what features you are looking for.
We put those categories to help you with a better decision:

  • Weight: If you want a super-light frame. Titanium frames are generally very light.
  • Material: You have the choice between metal or plastic. Metal tends to be lighter. Plastic frames tend to be more durable.
  • Flexibility: This is a nice feature that can get used for sport; those frames are forgiving and durable.
  • Color: Plastic frames tend to come in more color options, especially acetate plastic.
  • Hypoallergenic: Stainless steel, titanium, and acetate frames are hypoallergenic.

Our “Face Shape Guide” features develop to help you discover your face shape.

All our lenses come with UV protection and scratch-resistant coating. There are other premium options that you can add depending upon your choice, like premium blue light coating, protection coating, transitions, etc.

You can look at our face shape guide and frame color guide to choose the most suitable frames that look the best on you. 

If you already have a pair of glasses, you can know your frame size as written in your previous frame. We also have a detailed guide about frame size on our website that you can read.