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Combi glasses, also known as browline glasses, caused uproar in the 1950s unlike any other eyewear. They shaped the decade’s fashion and sense of style with lasting effect. The frames with a strongly emphasized upper frame line from that time inspired the new M12 collection by Lunor today.
Molded by the striking design, the new M12 models impress by reinterpreting the materials. Deviating from the 1950s role model consisting of synthetic material and metal, the German eyewear manufacturer makes use of 100 per cent titanium.
By using this ultra-light metal, Lunor creates browline glasses that are unparalleled. In addition to its comfortable fit – even the nose pads are made from titanium – a selection of coatings in silver, gold or brown with a glossy or satin finish brings out the elegance of the design. Black ornaments on the upper edge and on the temples rim the frame harmonically and provide an interesting contour for the wearer.
The M12 not only has different metal colors, but is also available in two different variants. Due to their anatomical design, they both flatter every face shape. The new collection is manufactured in Japan in an elaborate forming process because of the special material titanium. Always at the forefront: excellent quality that blends with the unique design language of Lunor and offers the glasses’ owners timeless classics.