Alessi Sunglasses Stay Together Using Magnets Instead Of Screws [Pics]

Alessi Sunglasses Stay Together Using Magnets Instead Of Screws [Pics]
Design

The stylish sunglasses’ frames and hinges are held together with attracting force rather than traditional hardware.

Ryan Gerhardt
  • 7 november 2013

For aesthetic and practical purposes, most of the screws and hinge pieces on a pair of sunglasses are quite small. This, in turn, makes them difficult to fix without taking them to a professional or else fiddling with the tiny repair kit. Alessi may have a better way.

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