First Ever ‘Seastainable’ Clip-On Collection To Launch At opti Munich From Sea2see

Sea2See Clip Collection

Sea2see announces the launch of the first ever ‘seastainable’ clip-on collection, adding to its repertoire of high-quality award-winning eyewear, with state-of-the-art, colorful clips for 7 brand new models. The clips represent the first recycled marine plastic designs released in the eyewear market.

Sea2see Giorgio with clip
Sea2see Giorgio with clip

The new styles Adriatica, Alba, Cortez, Formentera, Giorgio, Ibiza, and Palma are optical frames designed to provide the utmost comfort and lightness for prescription lenses, while the addition of the stylish slim new clip, sold together with the frame, ensures the ultimate versatility to enable a quick change from optical to sun.

Sea2see Palma with clip
Sea2see Palma with clip

The new state-of-the-art clip-on from Sea2see attaches to the front of the frame with 4 magnetic inserts – 2 on the sides and 2 above the bridge, giving a secure and stable fit and making sure the switch is quick, easy and very comfortable for everyone.
The color schemes have been developed to ensure they are beautifully in tune with the tones of the main frames.

Sea2see Alba with clip
Sea2see Alba with clip

“Our new tech clips attach with 4 magnets – not just two, to ensure they do not move. We have also allowed for extra flexibility at the temples, reducing the pressure on the fronts and thereby making sure the clip remains straight and totally stable on the frames…”
François van den Abeele, Founder & CEO – Sea2see Eyewear

About Sea2see

All Sea2see frames are made in Italy. The 100% marine plastic material is sourced and collected in Africa by the Sea2see Foundation, a Non-Profit set up by Founder, François van den Abeele. A waste collection of 350-400 tons a year is underway via the Foundation, of which approximately 300 tons is valuable and is upcycled for the UPSEA™ PLAST material used to make the Sea2see frames and watches collections.

See2see will be exhibiting at opti Munich in Hall C1- Stand 423

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