TEYES (pronounced "Ties") have been designed in London and Made in England - The only magnetic front connection eye wear made in the UK!
World's first 100% modular glasses
TEYES London Readers from only £29.99*
TEYES with prescription lenses from only £49.99* free delivery
(*Tip: Choose our clear frames for the lowest price)
TEYES frames are made from extremely strong, eco-friendly materials so will not break even if you tie the head band into a knot. (See the illustration). London Readers come with CR39 ophthalmic quality lenses, it's all about your eyes... The ultra-lightweight frames* mean you will
Forget you're wearing glasses, not where you put them!
An attractive, practical alternative to traditional glasses. All TEYES magnetically fasten across the bridge of the nose. When not in use they hang conveniently around your neck using our slim headband made from Rilsan® Clear. Rilsan® Clear is amazingly strong and flexible for a hard material. With our patent pending screwless modular system you could buy more than one pair and mix and match colours to change and personalise your TEYES.
If you take your glasses on and off a lot then TEYES will change your life!
* TEYES frames weigh only 11 grams, that's less than the weight of 2 sheets of standard A4 paper. It's the lightest front connection frame on the market.
Outside Frame Width: 152mm (6ins)
Inside Frame Width: 140mm (5 ½ ins)
Horizontal lens: 54mm (2 ¼ ins)
Vertical Lens: 31mm (1/4 ins)
NoseBridge: 19mm (3/4ins)
Temple Depth: Standard side arms: 190mm to 204 mm (7 ½ ins – 8 ins)
Long side arms: 200mm – 210mm (7 ¾ - 8 ½ ins)
Take a look at this review for TEYES London Readers;
Review from MymummyReviews
TEYES are great for anyone who loses their glasses!
All our TEYES frames are hand finished for uniqueness and vibrancy. Mix up the colours of the eye frames, side arms and head bands to make a pair just for you!
Like this pair of midnight blue frames, black side arms and clear head band
If you've just gone to the optician and had your eyes tested you will have your new prescription given to you. (The optician has to give you a copy by law so if it's not offered, ask for it!). If you are unsure what the information on your prescription means hear is a quick and simple guide that should help make things clearer. Sorry couldn't resist that one!