The “Buy a Pair, Give a Pair” eyewear maker, Warby Parker introduces the Titanium Collection with more than fourteen design frames combines titanium sourced from Japan with temples made from signature Warby Parker custom acetate, as well as non-rocking spring hinges from France. A custom nose pad offers a soft, anti-slip fit that is virtually pressure-free (no rubbing), while an innovative Ion Plating technique finishes the frames with unparalleled durability, strength, and color richness.
“Titanium is used for everything from spacecraft to deep-sea submersibles to helicopter rotors,” said Warby Parker co-founder and co-CEO Neil Blumenthal. “For our very first line of metal eyeglasses, we’ve used the best possible materials to create a boutique-quality frame that’s also incredibly affordable.”
The Titanium Collection’s prescription eyeglasses are available for $145 and prescription sunglasses are available for $195 on warbyparker.com, with free shipping. The collection is Warby Parker’s debut line of metal frames, and features a frame for every aesthetic – whether it is architectural, vintage-inspired, classic, retro, graphic or glamorous.
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