The Quintessential Nano vista Collection arrives at VEE with new models and enhanced features.

You’ve heard about Nano Vista’s Optical Collection of kids’ eyewear, distributed by Plan “B” Eyewear.Now you can see it in person, at Vision Expo East, from March 30 to April 2.

Free Play
Crew (shown with full strap)


Honest-to-goodness two-in-one eyewear, each frame in the Nano Collection includes a mini temple tip strap and a full headband strap. For classroom and at-home time, the soft rubber temples and mini strap keep frames secure and comfortable. But once it’s time for a kid to hit the playground, court, or field, the elastic headband replaces the temples and keeps the frame securely in place, and is comfortable even under helmets. 

Kids get what they need from Nano Vista throughout their childhood. Nano frames go up to size 50, and are made with thermo-adjustable, patented SiliflexTM material. Some have adjustable temples with a metal tang, while others feature metal-free Curving RubberTM temples. Nano frames are virtually unbreakable — especially in combination with the patented “52” hinge. These lightweight, colorful styles also include a three-year, unconditional warranty.

Several styles, including the new Arkanoid (size 44), Breakout (size 46, shown here), Fangame (size 48), and Free Play (size 50), feature the new crystal color option.
Few features will prove as useful to kids—and their parents—as the adjustable bridge, now featured within the collection. Beat is shown here.
Oh, Baby!
Before they grow into Nano frames, the baby set can look to Silicon Baby, which starts at size 34. Also made with Siliflex, Silicon Baby frames include a soft, neoprene headband, ideal for infants. Parents can choose between metal-free temples or styles that include a metal tang in the tips, for quick and easy adjustment.