Helping children choose their first pair of kids glasses is one of our favorite things to do. For little ones, it’s a whole new experience and our job is to make the transition to a glasses-wearing lifestyle as easy as possible. The bonus is that we get to help them pick out a frame that shows off their cool personalities as well. Growing up is all about finding the best ways to express yourself and letting them choose their favorite colors and patterns is a great way to do this and to help them get used to their new daily accessory.

Swissflex Eyephorics Teen Rimless Eyeglasses

This past week, our little friend Amalia (who insisted on funny faces over smiles for our photo!) embarked on her new journey as the coolest glasses-wearing girl on the block. She chose a pair of Swissflex glasses (from the Teen Eyephorics collection, fit to her size) with a petal-colored bridge and pink temples, her favorite colors! The rimless frame is as light as can be, which helps lessen the distraction of new glasses for kids because the weight makes it easier to forget they’re wearing them at all.

Swissflex Eyephorics rimless teen glasses

Swissflex eyeglasses are known for their innovative design, particularly the screw-less hinges that make for a durable and strong frame. Parents will be reassured by this hinge, sine there is no worry that screws will loosen and the glasses will come apart. Temples are thermoplastic to resist heat and maintain grip (avoiding slippage and accidental damage), ergonomic nose pads alleviate pressure, and thermosensitive ear pieces adjust to the shape of the head for a customized, comfortable fit.

Besides all the stuff parents will love, kids will have a great time picking out their favorite colors for the bridge and arms, which can be in any combination they want.

Doesn’t Amalia look happy in her new glasses? We think your child will, too. Since Eyephorics frames are highly customized, we can personally assist with your order via phone at 866-411-9428 or by email, sales@viziooptic.com. Got any questions? Let us know in the comments!

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