Magne-Hinge, the newest product from masterful designers over at Nendo, lets you snap your glasses apart so you can mix-and-match components at whim.

Magnets are what keep all the components of your eyeglasses in place--the magne-hinges are strong enough to keep the temples and earpieces attached to a 0.8mm carved titanium frame.

Unveiled at Milan Design Week and called, appropriately enough, the Magne-Hinge, Nendo's new glasses use magnets to keep the temples and earpieces attached to the 0.8mm carved titanium frame.

As a specky guy myself, I love these.

But sadly, as with many of Nendo's creations, the Magne-Hinge Glasses are difficult to get outside of Japan, where they're being sold exclusively at Seibu Department Stores.

But sadly, as with many of Nendo's creations, the Magne-Hinge Glasses are difficult to get outside of Japan, where they're being sold exclusively at Seibu Department Stores.

But sadly, as with many of Nendo's creations, the Magne-Hinge Glasses are difficult to get outside of Japan, where they're being sold exclusively at Seibu Department Stores.

But sadly, as with many of Nendo's creations, the Magne-Hinge Glasses are difficult to get outside of Japan, where they're being sold exclusively at Seibu Department Stores.

Be Your Own Warby Parker With These Mix-And-Match Magnetic Glasses

Nendo's magnetic specs let you mix components at whim.

Magne-Hinge, the newest product from masterful designers over at Nendo, lets you snap your glasses apart so you can mix-and-match components at whim.

Magnets are what keep all the components of your eyeglasses in place—the magne-hinges are strong enough to keep the temples and earpieces attached to a 0.8 mm carved titanium frame.

As a specky guy myself, I love these. But sadly, as with many of Nendo's creations, the Magne-Hinge glasses are difficult to get outside of Japan, where they're being sold exclusively at Seibu Department Stores.

[Photos by Akihiro Yoshida]

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