Titanium
eyewear

Protects from unwanted looks

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Problem

Embarrassment (from 15th century Spanish embarazo meaning “clutter”) is generally intended as an emotional state of varying intensity, usually short-lived, manifesting itself exclusively in a social context.

Embarrassment can be similar to shame, but as shame can be caused by motives known only by the subject, embarrassment is always public (thus linked to the “social anxiety” concept). Embarrassment can be caused by a socially unaccepted act, like insistingly watching a person tits (or zoca).

Solution

Once you got the eyewear open the temples and lay the nose pad on the nose. The earpieces must lay on the cartilages that connect your ears to the rest of the head. If you have no ears you can use elastic straps or similar.

Once you are wearing the eyewear you will be able to look discreetly at whomever.

Some extra

Terminali in acetato

Acetate temples

Not a generic acetate but an iconic acetate, with iconic colors. The 5 nopani colors.

Montatura in titanio

Titanium frame

The name titanium comes from latin Titanus, name of the 12th son of Gaia and Uran amongst Titans.

Lenti in nylon

Nylon lenses

I always thought nylon was used for tech garms but some folks named Zeiss make lenses out of it.

Fatti in Italia (geograficamente)

Made in Italy

It can be said that the glasses have been created on Italian soil. The nationality of the persons who have assembled the glasses is not knowable tho.

Matte version

The eyewear is available also in a matte black version but special requisites are needed in order to obtain it.

Versione opaca

Duration

They protect forever, unless you don’t forget you put them off or you break them.

Variants

  • Black matte painted titanium frame
  • Zeiss lenses
  • Acetate temples
  • Lens diameter 49mm, bridge 21mm
  • Made in Italy
  • Weight 15g including lenses
  • Polished titanium frame
  • Zeiss lenses
  • Acetate temples
  • Lens diameter 49mm, bridge 21mm
  • Made in Italy
  • Weight 15g including lenses