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Soleil Monocle Necklace

By Moderne Monocle

$95

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Seeing is believing with this monocle necklace. It looks like a shiny, sparkly accessory—and it is—but it’s also a stealthy way to see better. Hold the teardrop-shaped pendant up to your eye and move what you want to read closer until it comes into focus. It’s a perfectly convenient piece that helps out with reading menus, price tags and more—no glasses needed.

  • Materials: Cubic zirconia, polycarbonate eyeglass lens; Gold: 14k gold plated brass; Silver: Rhodium plated brass; Gunmetal: Gunmetal plated brass
  • Care: Remove before swimming, bathing, and exercising. Maintain shine by avoiding contact with agents such as soaps, perfumes, lotions, and other chemicals. Store in the pouch in a dry place. Do not store with other items that may scratch the lens
  • Instructions: For use, hold the lens 2-3 inches from the eye, then bring the reading material 8-12 inches from the lens
  • Includes: One necklace with magnifier pendant and micro suede pouch for storage and cleaning
  • Lenses have been found to work optimally for people with a reading glass prescription of +1.0 to +3.0
  • Design features magnifier pendant with brushed finish, framed with diamondettes
  • Pouch doubles as storage and a polishing cloth
  • Dimensions: Monocle: 2" x 1.2" x 0.2": Chain: 24"
  • Weight: 0.05 lb
 

About Moderne Monocle

Eye Spy

When it comes to balancing form and function, Moderne Monocle does it beautifully—though you might not realize it at first glance. The sparkly, crystal-looking pendants? One can sneakily help you see better because it works like reading glasses. Hold the pendant a few inches from your eye and move what you want to read closer until it comes into focus. It works best for those with a reading glass prescription of +1.0 to +3.0.

Wearing a necklace is the perfectly polished solution to not needing to reach for those glasses, which is what inspired Maker Malia Mathis. Malia didn’t love the look of reading glasses on her, so she created a convenient solution disguised as a sparkly accessory.