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Frame size is usually defined by lens width, bridge width and temple length. These values are always displayed in that order, in millimeters.
Lens width ( 51 / 20 / 140 / 41.7 ) ( 2.01 / 0.79 / 5.51 / 1.64 )
Bridge width ( 51 / 20 / 140 / 41.7 ) ( 2.01 / 0.79 / 5.51 / 1.64)
( 51 / 20 / 140 / 41.7 ) ( 2.01 / 0.79 / 5.51 / 1.64 )
Frame width 134 5.28
As a reference, you may want to check the size of your current eyewear, by looking at the inner side of the temple. Should you see a fourth number at the end, this refers to lens height (i.e. 51/20/140/41.7). (i.e. 2.01/0.79/5.51/1.64).
0RB4398 51 20 140 41.7 2.01 0.79 5.51 1.64
Temple width ( 51 / 20 / 140 / 41.7 ) ( 2.01 / 0.79 / 5.51 / 1.64 )