Because the over-40s spend a lot of time looking for their reading glasses and because 100% of the population is or will be affected by short-sightedness, See Concept has created innovative, colourful designer glasses which “facilitate eyesight on a daily basis”.
2010: See Concept was created in August 2010, after winning the “Prix InnoveretEntreprendre” (Innovation and Entrepreneurship Prize), which enabled the business to launch its first product -See Up, the first self-service reading glasses.
2011: The first See Ups made their appearance in bank and insurance branches and in hotels… the SociétéGénérale, the CréditCoopératif and the GMF were the first brands to make this new service available.
2012: At the request of consumers who wanted to have this “useful and designer” object at home, See Concept launched See Home, the first reading glasses which you no longer have to search for at home.
September 2013: After observing that the traditional reading glass product offerings were mediocre and lacking in style, quality and colours, See Concept launched LetmeSee, a fashionable range of 18 “unmissable” Designer, Colourful and Accessible reading glasses!