MONC Lymington - MONC x Oliver Spencer
Lymington, quiet and sophisticated in its appearance, is a style inspired by in vogue film makers and creators. Its smooth curves balance its angular features in the same way its innovative materials balance its classic style. Dressed up or dressed down, Lymington is admired for its elegance and savoir faire.
Lymington is a handcrafted Monel Alloy frame with a bezelled arm detail, robust Barberini hardened glass UV400 lenses, brass nose pads and tough stainless steel 3-barrel hinges.
Includes cellulose cleaning cloth, sustainably sourced leather case, frame tool kit and recycled coffee cup packaging.
Fits small to medium size faces: Total Width: 138 mm, Lens Height: 42 mm, Lens Width: 50 mm, Nose Bridge: 20 mm, Temple Length: 145 mm
Frame Composition & Make-Up:
Engraved Nose Bridge: Hypoallergenic Monel™
Lens Profile: Hypoallergenic Monel™
Pad-arms: Hypoallergenic Monel™
Hinges: Stainless Steel
Hypoallergenic Monel™ (68% nickel 30% copper and 2% iron) - This ductile material which is the most commonly used frame material today is often used for components that require sturdiness and rigidity such as temples and bridges.
Alpaca/Nickel Silver (62% copper 22% zinc and 18% nickel) - This frame material is used because of its hardness toughness lightweight and resistance to corrosion.
Category 3 - Barberini hardened glass UV400 lenses
Materials: Bio-acetate, mineral glass, vegetable tanned leather case and a Cupro cloth (made from recycled cotton linter) which would otherwise go to waste. Your items will come in packaging made from recycled paper cups.
Production: The brand prioritise U.K. suppliers and small batch production. Outside of the U.K. MONC have personal relationships with the Italian craftsmen, ensuring optimal working conditions and fair pay.
Packaging & Delivery: Packaging is made in the UK from recycled paper cups.
Disposal: The frames are 100% biodegradable and recyclable.
Responsibility: MONC are working towards a closed loop system, where they reuse and recycle as much of their waste as possible, from the workshops past, present and future production cycles.