What Detail Is Needed
The "Arm Inside Code" refers to the alphanumeric or numerical code often engraved or printed on the inner side of the glasses' arms, providing specific information such as model numbers, frame measurements, or other internal identification codes.
Where to Find It
The "arm inside code" on glasses is typically located on the inner side of one of the temple arms (the part that extends towards your ears). Look for a series of alphanumeric characters or a barcode that is engraved, printed, or applied as a sticker on the inside of the arm.
What We Want to See
When requesting a picture of the "arm inside code" on glasses, we would like to see a clear image that captures the code or barcode on the inner side of the temple arm. The photo should showcase the code or barcode legibly, allowing us to read and interpret the information it contains. Additionally, ensure that the surrounding area is visible to provide context, including any logos, symbols, or other markings on the temple arm.
How to Take a Good Photo
Ensure that picture with code is clearly visible. Take a close-up photo and make sure that it's focused. Please always upload high-resolution photos.