Introduction

Use this guide to repair BOSS ORANGE (BO9113) series spectacles with a broken or loose retaining thread or lenses that have come out of the spectacles. This repair is not just for this model spectacles. Any other rimless or semi-rimless spectacles with similar issues can be fixed using this guide. This is a really easy, less time-consuming repair. It can be done at home easily with tools like tweezers, fishing thread (as per the glass hole size), nail cutters, and scissors.

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  • First, remove an old wire /string from the spectacles.

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Image 1/3: You can use scale to measure a wire or you can simply guess the required wire length. Image 2/3: You can use scale to measure a wire or you can simply guess the required wire length. Image 3/3: You can use scale to measure a wire or you can simply guess the required wire length.
  • Now, cut the new fishing wire of length 9 inch or at least 7 inch with the help of scissor.

  • You can use scale to measure a wire or you can simply guess the required wire length.

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Image 1/2: You can see small holes in a spectacle's near the pad arm like shown in images. Image 2/2: You can see small holes in a spectacle's near the pad arm like shown in images.
  • After that, fix the spectacles in the position like shown in pictures. There will be similar holes in other ends of spectacle's too, from where we will be inserting a new wire.

  • You can see small holes in a spectacle's near the pad arm like shown in images.

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  • Insert one end of a wire to the hole near a pad arm and insert another end to another end of the spectacles, then tie the knot like shown in images.

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  • You will see thin groove around the glasses. Carefully fix the wire around the groove as shown in the pictures.

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Image 1/3: Do not tie a knot at the end of wire but at the location where the wire is holding glasses tightly. Tie a knot at that point. Image 2/3: Do not tie a knot at the end of wire but at the location where the wire is holding glasses tightly. Tie a knot at that point. Image 3/3: Do not tie a knot at the end of wire but at the location where the wire is holding glasses tightly. Tie a knot at that point.
  • After putting the wire around the glasses, stretch the wire, tie it and make a knot by holding the glasses tightly.

  • Do not tie a knot at the end of wire but at the location where the wire is holding glasses tightly. Tie a knot at that point.

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Image 1/3: Use of scissor might make it difficult to cut extra wire. So, we suggest you to use nail cutter to cut extra wire. Image 2/3: Pay extra attention while cutting a wire, as you might cut more than needed and loosen it, which could lead you to repeat all the process from the beginning. Therefore, do not cut a wire too close to the knot. Image 3/3: Pay extra attention while cutting a wire, as you might cut more than needed and loosen it, which could lead you to repeat all the process from the beginning. Therefore, do not cut a wire too close to the knot.
  • Now, cut the extra wire from both sides of the glasses with the help of nail cutter.

  • Use of scissor might make it difficult to cut extra wire. So, we suggest you to use nail cutter to cut extra wire.

  • Pay extra attention while cutting a wire, as you might cut more than needed and loosen it, which could lead you to repeat all the process from the beginning. Therefore, do not cut a wire too close to the knot.

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  • In the end, check whether your glasses are tight enough to wear. If the glasses are tight, your spectacle is ready to wear.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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