Best Sunglasses/Eyewear Product by Travel Retail

B+D Sunglasses
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Travel Retail Awards  by TRBusiness and M1nd-Set has recently launched its finalists for its 2019 awards. The award categories range from Children’s product to travel accessory.
In its recent press release Francis Ng, General Manager, said “With the introduction of the Travel Retail Award logo on our inflight listings page, we experienced more than 15% increase in sales as compared with previous months.

2018 was the year of creative innovation for eye-wear and sunglasses. Ranging from butterfly to clubmaster, rectangle to round. Eyewear’s in short complete the look. Here is the list of finalists for the Best Eyewear/Sunglasses Product category.

B+D

B+D Sunglasses

  • B+D Digital

The B+D offers Readers and Sunglasses with high design and quality, together with their unique packaging. It displays in special exhibition tools, tailor-made for each product line.

Est. 1972, Denmark. Taken inspiration on the bangles that support the ropes of fishing boats Ketty Dalsgaard created a line of plastic bracelets. Also, designed in joyful and vivid pigments. This original combination resulted in a full line of accessories made of colorful plastic materials. They were exhibited in displays with branded backboards specially designed for high traffic areas, creating the B+D concept.

Maui Jim

Maui Jim

  • Dragonfly
  • Swaying Palms

Maui Jim started in 1980 as a small company selling sunglasses on Ka’anapali beach in Lahaina, Maui. Seeing a need in the market for technology that could combat intense glare and harmful UV. While bringing the brilliant colors of the island to life they engineered the revolutionary PolarizedPlus2® lens.

What began as our Classic Collection of seven styles, has evolved into over 125 styles of sunglasses. All of which are protect from 100% of UVA and UVB rays.

Rodenstock GMBH

Porsche Design Sunglasses

  • Porsche Design Sunglasses P’8478

Rodenstock was founded in 1877 by Josef Rodenstock. They have a worldwide workforce of approximately 4,900 and are represents in more than 85 countries with sales subsidiaries and distribution partners. With head office in Munich, and the production sites for lenses at a total of 14 other locations in 13 countries.

 

 

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