Lunor: Luxury eyewear from Germany
Lunor is a 30-year-old independent designer and manufacturer of luxury eyewear from Germany. It is famous among eyewear lovers for its understated elegance and meticulous craftsmanship.
Despite Lunor being a German company, the name Lunor has a French origin. That is “Lunette d’Or”, and it means golden glasses. It depicts the very first pair of glasses that Lunor produced, that were of solid gold. And since then, it became the name of the company.
Fans of the brand know that Lunor makes frames only with the finest materials. Till today, gold is still one of the trademark materials of Lunor. As an illustration, the Lunor G1 and G2 are spectacles of solid gold and use more than 20 grams of 18 carat gold.
Indeed, Visio Optical is very excited to announce that we carry Lunor. Independent luxury eyewear brands, such as Lunor, are as individualistic as their wearers. And Lunor is one of the most classic industry leaders for innovation in luxury eyewear. Therefore, if you don’t know about Lunor frames, surely it is time to get acquainted with this all-time trendy brand.
The craftsmanship behind luxury eyewear
Eyewear lovers recognise Lunor for its elaborate craftsmanship and expertise in spectacle manufacturing. After all, it is one of those brands that reminds you of classic gentlemen and ladies who appreciate the meticulous pursuit of technical mastery inspired through centuries of eyewear design.
Making luxury eyewear through top notch engineering, minimalistic design and refined details have made Lunor a globally recognised brand of top repute. Today Lunor has workshops in Germany as well as Japan. And their craftsmen continue their commitment towards taking their work to the highest level without shortcuts. They craft each product line to perfection, by hand, the Lunor way.
Lunor produces eyewear of the highest quality
Founded by Gernot Lindner in 1991, Lunor began as a bespoke brand associated with the fine art of German craftsmanship. As a matter of fact, Lindner himself was an avid collector of iconic vintage eyewear and kept pieces of antique design from the 1600s as he built a business producing bespoke eyewear.
At this point, Lunor eyewear is recognised around the world for its impeccable quality and German artistry. Each Lunor frame incorporates subtle and unique design elements. Certainly, these German eyeglasses evolve over time with great attention to comfort, fit and durability.
It takes 200 individual steps to complete each Lunor frame, as they maintain the balance between tradition and technology. The headquarters are at a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Black Forest. There, master craftsmen at Lunor still inspect and attend to each frame by hand, because there are some skills that machines just cannot replicate.
Although traditional in its roots, Lunor eyewear combines modern techniques of production with the vintage touch. It incorporates up-to-date induction technology, precision laser-monitored devices and the use of cutting-edge CNC machines. Still, each steps requires much handwork by skilled craftsmen. This combination of modern technology and traditional production leads to the creation of spectacles that no machine-based manufacture can compete with.
Where to find Lunor eyewear in Singapore
You will not find Lunor eyeglasses sold online – only in stores where clients can feel the difference of Lunor in their hands. From the original Lunor saddle bridge that promises true comfort to its unique titanium pads, you can only best appreciate a pair of Lunor glasses in the flesh.
Following a brand steeped in such deep history, comes its well-heeled clientele. To satisfy such clientele, Lunor chooses only few stores worldwide, including US, South Korea, France and Japan, to maintain the high standards of service that its customers expect.
Therefore, Visio Optical is very proud to offer Lunor eyewear in Singapore. That is because Visio Optical appreciates Lunor high quality of manufacturing. Optometrists and opticians at Visio Optical understand the uniqueness of Lunor eyewear.