Mister Spex underlines its claim to find the perfect glasses for every face with more ease, style and expertise for its customers. By combining the latest facial scanning technology with high-quality 3D printing, a unique made-to-measure collection is created with outstanding wearing comfort due to the individual fit and the lightness of the material.
Using the specially developed facial scanning technology, parameters such as the width of the nose bridge, the width of the glasses or the length of the temples are determined and the exactly fitting glasses are produced accordingly. Customers can currently choose from six different models and seven colours.
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When choosing the right glasses, personal style, individual fit and wearing comfort are decisive factors. Mirko Caspar, Co-CEO of Mister Spex, says: "Glasses are the extension of personality. By combining our technology and years of style consulting experience, we create customised favourite pieces with EyeD. The initial feedback from our customers has been fantastic." The personal fit of the glasses is determined via a tablet in the Mister Spex stores. Measuring takes only a few minutes. The designs, which are also created in-house, range from classic to trendy models and are round, square or curved.
Currently, the glasses can already be ordered in 37 Mister Spex stores in Germany and Austria. An overview of all stores that currently offer the EyeD collection can be found online. The glasses are available for 249 euros plus the lenses. After the order has been placed, they are made from high-quality polyamide in a resource-saving process. It takes about three to four weeks until the glasses are ready.