Didinsky Hermitage Square
The Didinsky Hermitage Square armless reading glasses are so light and comfortable that you can use them for long periods of time without even realizing that you are wearing them. It includes an elegant rigid leather case with a rectangular shape, in the same color as the glasses. Perfect to protect them from possible breakages or blows.
Try them! It includes an adhesive to always have them at hand and attach them to your mobile, in the car, on your desk...
Dimensions: 95 mm
Lens: Blue Light Blocking / Anti Reflective / Anti Scratch
Weights: 7 g
Graduations: +1.0 | +1.5 | +2.0 | +2.5 | +3.0
Colors: Black, Blue, Red
PHARMACY LICENSE NUMBER 7424-PS
ATTENTION! Here you will find your perfect fashion accessory without which you will not want to leave home.
Tired of seeing the objects that are in your hand blurred?
Annoyed by having to always wear glasses that bulge too much?
Worried about your eyesight when using mobile devices and computer screens?
Your new DIDINSKY reading glasses to the rescue!
Reading glasses without rods
Essential for those who suffer from eyestrain disorders when they do not have their presbyopic glasses at hand and need to face an emergency reading.
Lightweight and compact
Always take them with you. With only 7gr. of weight you have no excuse to turn them into an indispensable element that always carry over.
An elegant design in a variety of colors and graduations
Whether you are a man or a woman, you have your DIDINSKY HERMITAGE Available in 3 colors and 5 different graduations. Choose the shape that you like the most or the one that most defines your style. Its elegant design will make them a complement to your personal look.
Protection and Usability
Keep them in your leather case and carry them with you always attached to the back of your phone, on your computer, iPad, the dashboard of the car ...
Flexible and unbreakable
The DIDINSKY HERMITAGE have a metal bridge that prevents breakage and allow them to fit into your nose. You can carry them in your pocket without fear of breakage.