read on Presents ‘read on light’

new read on light reading glasses

read on, a Swiss reading glasses design company at the forefront of eyewear innovation is proud to announce the launch of its latest innovation: ‘read on light’ – ultra-thin, lightweight and highly flexible reading glasses, made of a high-quality, skin-friendly eyewear material (TR90). At only three millimetres, ‘read on light’ is one of the thinnest reading glasses on the market and offers the most colourful, contemporary eye-catching style – and practical, functional design.

‘read on’ was founded by Sandra Kaufmann and Monika Fink, eyewear innovators who established the fashionable Swiss eyewear brand ‘Sol Sol Ito’ and have won a number of prestigious design awards, including the German Design Award, the Good Design Award and most recently, the Red Dot Design Award. Three years ago, the team launched their first reading glasses product: slim, foldable reading glasses which fit neatly inside a smartphone case.

“read on light, our latest innovation, has been developed as the ultimate lightweight reading glasses product, with a fresh design, an ultra-convenient hard case and benefits such as skin-friendly materials,” Sandra Kaufmann industrial designer and co-founder of ‘read on’.

The new read on light glasses was launched worldwide at the MIDO fair, in Milan just a few weeks ago. Every pair of read on light readers comes with a slim colour-blocked hard case.

The product is currently available in the following colours: red, violet, jade, blue, black and yellow. A convenient, neck/shoulder strap accessory is available in matching colours. The strap features a silicone holder for ease of wear.

About read on

Designed by Zurich-based industrial designer Sandra Kaufmann and artist Monika Fink, read on eyewear merges a striking design language with clever detail solutions, high-quality Swiss materials and a sophisticated color palette, chic accessories and integrated iPhone cases. The perfect balance between functionality and aesthetics makes read on a must-have that fascinates the whole world.

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