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The Scholar

18,000.00

ANTI BLUE-LIGHT BLOCKING LENSES

The devices we stare at each day (phones, computers, etc) give off a certain short wavelength blue light than can be very damaging to our eyes and have a negative impact on our sleep cycles. Anti-blue light technology works by blocking harmful blue light rays and prevents them from reaching your eyes. The technology is designed to cut out the blue light rays from the device screen and prevents them from reaching your eyes.

Curiosity is the essence of The Scholar. They pursue the questions no one else is asking and find the answers nobody is expecting. These frames are RX-able and can be brought to your local optician should you require prescription lenses.

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Perfection in Their Craft

These browline eyeglasses are incredibly lightweight for comfortable all-day use. The frames are made with corrosion-resistant nickel silver and flexible Swiss TR-90 thermoplastic material. The lenses are made with triacetate cellulose to provide 100% UV protection and maximum optical clarity - so The Scholar can hit the books in style. Available in tortoise. Your hinges may feel somewhat stiff on first wear. This is by design to ensure they keep their integrity for the long term.

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LIMITED QUANTITIES - Prive Revaux strives to keep you and your style fresh. To fufill that promise, frames will be manufactured in limited quantities.

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UV PROTECTION

100% UVA\/UVB Protection (UV 400)

GENDER

Unisex

FRAMES

Corrosion-Resistant Nickel Silver and Swiss TR-90 Thermoplastic Material

LENSES

Triacetate Cellulose, Maximum Optical Clarity. Scratch-resistant with anti-glare coating

TEMPLE

Corrosion-Resistant Nickel Silver

LOGOS

Laser engraved logos on temples and inside stem detail L

HARDWARE

3-barrel hinges for maximum comfort and fit, akulon-coated screws, silicon nose pads

Sizing

LENS WIDTH

53mm

TEMPLE LENGTH

140mm

BRIDGE WIDTH

18mm

FRAME SIZE

SIZE

Color

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