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Flexon Glasses

If one were to trace the origin of Flexon glasses, the one concrete fact to come up is that these glasses were first put to commercial use by Marchon in the year 1988. Following the immediate and wildfire success of Flexon, Flexon memory metal in the Autoflex collection became one of the most popular and most trusted designer eyewear. These bendy, flexible spectacles made of metal alloy of titanium and nickel revolutionised the eyewear industry, and made glasses much more fun and much less sombre, with their ability to “remember” and bounce right back to their original shapes.

After garnering almost 20 years of popularity, Flexon glasses still continue to be widely popular, now on account of their designer and style factors. Clearly capable of incorporating a wide range of designs and fashion that might not have been possible but for its “bendiness”, Flexon eyewear can easily be categorised as both utilitarian as well as luxury products- meant to ease people’s eyewear experience and add a bit of “oomph” to a device of physical need. Many Flexon glasses are specifically designed for those heavily into sports and other physical activity, which would require quite flexible form of eyewear.

Starting out in 1988, Flexon glasses have come a long way. At this point in time, there are multiple models and entire ranges of Flexon eyewear. One of the most popular and useful range is the sports range- designer glasses, made specifically for those whose lifestyle requires a less careful handling of their glasses. Collaborations with designers such as Nike saw the making of great sport glasses and sunglasses; robust and flexible whilst also being stylish eyewear that are meant to last and can easily handle a bit of carefree attitude. Maui Jim sunglasses also incorporate Flexon technology to combine it with their stunning designs, in order to deliver some of the most efficient and flexible designer sunglasses.

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