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SPINE – Innovative Eyewear That Fits Everyone Perfectly


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There are some new glasses on the block, and they are called SPINE. CDW Spine - 1 Inspired by the interaction between vertebrae, SPINE solves age-old hinge limitations. Unencumbered by traditional parts and manufacturing processes, we strive to out-think the competition. Globally patented, you can be assured there is no substitute, so don’t accept one. CDW Spine - 2 The spun wire cable is the heart of the SPINE hinge. It’s diameter is a mere 0.60mm and at full tensile strength can hold over 300kg. The dual springs not only provide the pulling power of SPINE, but they allow the articulation of the vertebrae and enable our unique auto-shut mechanism. CDW Spine - 3 There are 5 working SPINE vertebrae constantly interacting seamlessly with each other to create a 90 degree hinge opening. As every element helps the other to take the strain, they rotate only 18 degrees meaning they share the load, making wear from friction virtually non-existent. CDW Spine - 4 Inspired by vertebrae these micro injection metal (MiM) hinges flex to fit any face shape, they constantly grip with the lightest of touch and when lifted from the face temples shut automatically. There are no screws loose here – because there are no screws used in SPINE working mechanics. Accidental impacts are glanced off as SPINE moves in all directions, absorbing and dissipating shocks thus greatly reducing breakage. I found them very comfortable to wear and I wasn’t concerned they would bend or break. You should check them out for yourself – there are a number of different frames to choose from, including an optical range where you can have your own lenses put in and a sun range. The SPINE range is available now. You can learn more from SPINE Optics website.

Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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