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  • IZIPIZI IZIPIZI Reader C Retro Red Mars
  • IZIPIZI IZIPIZI Reader C Retro Red Mars
  • IZIPIZI IZIPIZI Reader C Retro Red Mars

IZIPIZI Reader C Retro Red Mars

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INFORMATION AND SPECIFICITIES
#C READING - Reading Glasses

Presbyopia is a natural aging phenomenon of the eye that affects people from 40-45 years old. It results in a decrease in visual acuity in near vision especially when there is insufficien

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INFORMATION AND SPECIFICITIES

#C READING - Reading Glasses

Presbyopia is a natural aging phenomenon of the eye that affects people from 40-45 years old. It results in a decrease in visual acuity in near vision especially when there is insufficient light.

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  • magnifying glassesMagnifying glasses
    For presbyopes, seeing up close first requires extra effort and then gradually becomes impossible. It then becomes necessary to wear magnifying glasses for near vision.
  • branchFlex hinges
    Flexible and comfortable arms, with spring hinges, which adapt to all face shapes and sizes.

 


Soft touch effect frame
The lightweight frame features a soft touch effect that is pleasant to the touch.

Description

Reading glasses - #C READING Red Mars: reading glasses for presbyopia, stylish, bold, square shape. Unisex, universal model. Original, fashionable design.
High-quality, lightweight, comfortable reading glasses: flexible arms, rubber texture... essential for everyday life.
Give yourself a fashionable edge!

Standards

This model complies with the European standards for non-prescription glasses (NF EN 14139) and with the international standards for prescription glasses (IS0 12870).

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