AMAZONAS Reading Glasses
Reading glasses made from 100% recycled soda cans. They include a blue light filter.
Soda cans, made of aluminium, is the material we use in Parafina to create AMAZONAS, a resistant and light reading glasses. It is available in presbyopia prescriptions from 1.00 to 2.50. The lenses, made of polycarbonate, are antireflective and include screen protection, filtering out the blue light emitted by electronic devices, which is harmful to our eyes.
Lens width: 46 | Bridge: 20 | Rod: 140
- Screen Protection
Our packaging is social.
Our packaging is much more than a box to store your PARAFINA. It is a symbol of Parafina Social Project. Every year we donate a 5% of our profits to this project, in which we build schools for underprivileged children in the small city of Asunción, Paraguay.
Every time you buy some PARAFINA you will receive them in a pencil case like the one our students receive at the beginning of the course.
A recycled plastic pencil case
Identical to the one that our children from Paraguay receive to carry out their school supplies. Inside this case, made with 100% recycled HDPE plastic, you will receive a micro fiber case to protect your glasses.
With your purchase, like the scholarship children, you also receive our ecological pencil. Once consumed, you can plant and grow a tree. In this way, you can helps us to reduce the carbon footprint created directly by our products.