This type treats spectacles as precious objects to be shown off proudly. They collect them passionately and would change models every day if they could. These spectacles hunters aren't that concerned with making sure the spectacles go visually with every look and in every occasion.
They focus more on their personal look rather than the latest fashion trend. This type doesn't toss their spectacles after one season, they are truly enamoured with them. From horn-rimmed to metal and multi-coloured frames, every style is represented. Since it's very likely that they already have a "basic collection" of classic models, their opticians can feel free to always show them what's new in the collections. This type is also interested in tints that match the spectacle frames or even in curved lenses, such as ZEISS Single Vision Sport.
The All-Round Type
Something for everything: this type always likes to be prepared for every situation. So they need spectacles they can always rely on. As far as spectacle frames are concerned, this means: attractive, but not flashy; light, but strong; and of course, perfect fit. Fashionable trifles are generally not what's wanted. The spectacle lenses must be able to do everything. This means these wearers like to hear about multi-strength spectacles and self-tinting lenses, since with them, don't have to change spectacles – whether they're looking in the distance or up close, and whether the sun is shining or not. Sporty types additionally equip their spectacles with strong sport temples. Conclusion? The vision aid adapts to this type's active life.
The Everyday Hero
These people radiate liveliness and action. They're always moving and spend a lot of time looking for their spectacles. Right, we mean that in the plural, since this type needs one model for reading and another one for distances. But two pairs of spectacles aren't enough, these loveable whirlwinds need to have a solution in the kitchen for cooking; in the bathroom for doing their makeup; in the living room for watching TV; and in bed for reading. People also like to see sharply at the office and in their cars. Either they have spectacles made for every little place, or they get a chain to secure the two necessary models around their neck – so they can't lose them. For hectic people, "unbreakable" spectacle frames and lenses are a must, since their spectacles can easily find their way under a stack of folders, get knocked off the table, or fall in the car from time to time.