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Flexible Eyeglasses

Can there be anything easier to wear when it comes to eyewear than Memory Metal in flexible eyeglasses? Flexible eyeglasses with their memory metals dominate in an optical arena full of superb tech innovations. That is because these flexible eyeglasses frames are a perfect solution from fit to finish and strength to flexibility. Flexon is the leader in this category, but we also like TitanFlex.

TVs are bigger than some... er... homes. And the same hunger for tech goes for eyeglasses. Reflect on the fact that nothing in eyewear flexes high-tech muscle better than super-tech memory metal frame flexible eyeglasses on someone's face.

Everyone wants some enduring style these days when it comes to the latest eyewear shapes and colors and how those factors relate to current fashion and lifestyle trends. The current world of memory metals in flexible eyeglasses does that with an array of colors and shapes.

Retailing thrives on brand recognition these days. Designer brands are namedropped continually in successful marketing efforts to connect with every demographic segment of every product in the world. And the draw is not just fashion. Lifestyle names proliferate as key connections to assuring customer satisfaction and luring loyalty across a range of products.

Even in tough times, "cheap" is a dirty word on both sides of the dispensing table. Eyewear must be priced right in accordance with its quality, its brand connotation and its warranty life. And now for the BIG picture: Consumers are no longer content with flimsy frames (or overly rigid frames for that matter) with a life-span dictated by normal as well as extreme usage conditions. A flexible metal eyeglasses frame composed of the space- age attributes afforded memory metals delivers a unique combination of strength, lightness AND bend- ability ensuring longer-term, active-lifestyle usage. And as the tech-of-it-all becomes cutting- edge mainstream the pricing has adjusted to a point of greater availability to a wider range of demographics with appropriate fashionable styling (and the added impetus of brand identities) as a partner to that affordability.

Fit? What could be finer than a metal flexible eyeglasses frame that doesn't stretch out over time, never loses its frontal face plain to an over-stressed bridge and channels the contours of its temple-to-ear virtually forever? In a world where far too many promises of a bold, new future never really happen it's nice to field the satisfaction of a technological break-through initiated by the space-race of the '60s and '70s coming to fruition right on the frames of the faces of satisfied consumers. Stay flexible, stay informed and, most of all, commit to a category of eyewear literally built on flexing with these changing high-tech times.