PROCESS

When it comes to producing glasses, it is important to throughly consider design and production. Both have a level of complexity that has been easier to achieve thanks to recent advancements in technology.

Design: All of our frames are carefully designed in New York by a team of experts, in a process that starts with sketching the designs, to testing the samples and finally producing a quality pair of glasses. Industrial and graphic designers follow the rules of ergonomics to design timeless pieces, mixing classic and contemporary design elements with the latest technology.

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Frame Production: We only work with premium materials, such as acetate and metal. All of the materials we use give you the ultimate comfort by being both lightweight and durable. Acetate is also known as cellulose acetate and it is composed of colored sheets, which are generated by mixing colors and layering the sheets. Metal frames are composed of stainless steel. Both stainless steel and titanium are materials that are hypoallergenic, durable, flexible and resistant to corrosion. The process to produce acetate and metal frames is very similar. The process is divided into four steps: cutting, forming, polishing and assembling.

Lens Production: All of our computer glasses come with HD or Free-Form lenses. Blue High-Definition lenses can provide sharper image quality, better peripheral vision, improved contrast sensitivity and protection from blue light wavelengths. Filters and coatings are added to the lenses before finally being beveled to fit the frame you chose. All of our lenses are HD polycarbonate that are more impact-resistant than plastic or glass lenses. We work closely with opticians to make sure that all lenses fit to our glasses so you have one less thing to worry about.

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