Hall 4, Stand B41

Opticaid is proud of its ever-growing Eco Collection of Remaldi fashion reading glasses and sunglasses. There are now more than 50 reading glasses and 20 sunglasses made from recycled plastics and drinks bottles, which represents at least 50% of its latest range. The readers are available in six reading strengths and the sunglasses all come with UV400 lenses.

The recycled plastics are cleaned and shredded into pellets, then coloured and melted to create new frames. The resulting modified material is tough, heat-resistant and lightweight: a win-win for eyewear. Whilst the lenses are still made from new ‘virgin’ material, the Opticaid team is trialling options for the future.

Popular styles so far are the bold square-framed Henley in four colourways, geometric-shaped Genoa in three colours and the more classic Bourne Blue and Tortoise.

The company says: ‘It’s nice to see different frame shapes gaining popularity such as cat’s eye-shaped Antibes and angular readers like Iona and Tooting. This is our largest range yet, and there’s definitely a frame and colourway to suit everyone!”

Exclusively Show 2024

For product enquiries and a copy of Opticaid’s latest catalogue please contact the team. The new eco range will be on show at Spring Fair.

Call: 0113 239 1400 | Email: sales@opticaid.net
Visit: www.opticaid.net

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