Vinylize Eyeglasses Made From Recycled Vinyl Records

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

On a mission to create eyewear that was constructed from recycled material, the team at Vinilyze have spent years perfecting their made from recycled vinyl records eyeglasses.

Joining cellulose acetate with vinyl was no easy task. In fact it took the design team years to perfect their own proprietary method of fusing the two materials. Every European styled pair of glasses is handmade in Hungary, and comes with a 2 year warranty, so you know they won’t fall all apart months after you purchase a pair. There are several different designs to choose from, some of which have been hit with brightly colored accents, and all of which are prescription ready. Each pair of Vinylize eyeglasses come with a protective carrying case as well. [Purchase]

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