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Introducing SPINE frames

24.04.2016
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Invented by Italian designer Guido Medana, the SPINE hinge is a result of Guido’s lifelong career in engineering. Drawing from his expertise in a myriad of technical fields, SPINE is his ultimate solution to hinge design in the optical world.

Inspired by the interaction between vertebrae, SPINE solves age-old hinge limitations. Globally patented, you can be assured there is no substitute, so don’t accept one.

The spun wire cable is the heart of the SPINE hinge. It’s diameter is a mere 0.60mm and at full tensile strength can hold over 300kg. The dual springs not […]

Introducing Lightec Frames

31.05.2015
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We are proud to introduce a new exciting frame range: LIGHTEC by Morel

A combination of lightness and technology for immediate comfort: LIGHTEC frames are made entirely from stainless steel, with an exclusive screwless flex hinge system.
Light:
Through the use of materials such as stainless steel, polyurethane rubber and injected TR90, and thanks to a minimalist design, LIGHTEC frames are disconcertingly light. Just a few grams of comfort!
Technology :
LIGHTEC frames are made from stainless steel and designed without screws. Fitted with an exclusive screwless and springless hinge, their pure design […]

Sunglasses: Quality & Style

7.05.2015
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Your eyesight is priceless and deserves the best possible care. That’s why it’s important to protect your eyes against glare and ultraviolet (UV) light by wearing quality sunglasses.
But not all sunglasses are the same. For maximum performance you should choose a pair with optical quality lenses. Not only will they shade your eyes against harsh sunlight, they’ll also protect you from the hidden risk of UV rays.
Over-exposure to UV light can damage your eyes as well as your skin. It may affect the lens inside your eye, leading to cataracts […]

Purchasing Glasses from an Opticians in Luton

7.01.2014
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At some point in our lives, we will most probably require some form of optical correction. It may be early on in life for myopia (short-sightedness) or later on for presbyopia (reading difficulties).

The most common form of optical correction is via Glasses. Glasses are slowly becoming a norm for most patients and with the recent flurry of retro styles hitting the market, more and more patients are feeling more confident in wearing their glasses.

According to the College of Optometrists, 43% of people surveyed thought that glasses made someone look more intelligent and as a result, about 40 […]