The most luxurious contact lenses in the world.
All this started a small thing - the wife of an Indian optics Chandrashekhar Chawan as every woman likes decorating. One day she decided that she lets herself spice up the teeth. The choice fell on diamonds ... When then Chandrashekhar Chawan was looking at her with pleasure, enlightened him an interesting idea - what would it be to make lenses of gold and diamonds?
Chawan guarded his idea very dearly, but did not doubt about its success. People are in fact playful and like to wear jewelry on the body in different ways ... Now it was about, to discover the type of diamond that would fit for this experiment. Optics used for his invention a Boston scleral lenses - which are special contact lenses that rest on the sclera (white part of the eye) and not affect the the cornea, so they are safer to wear. Special lenses Chawan then gilded and embellished diamonds.
Indian optician says that his "work" arouses different emotions. For some people seem gilded contact lenses crazy, even scary. Another like them. Chawan secretly hopes that his eye trinket will catch on in Bollywood (an Indian version of Hollywood). If that will happen, he will win. Better promotion would not ask because - after all, Indian women, as well as his own, would "bite off his hands" for the option to have a look as decorative as some of the popular actresses!
Diamonds highlight your personality
But beware! These lenses are not for owners of less or more diopters, their only purpose is decorative character. "During the conversation we all often look to the eyes. And if your eyes light up diamonds, no one will be able to look away from your eyes! Everyone will be blown away by your personality, "Chawan entices. How will his invention end up, we'll see over time. And you - would you go into it?
I probably belong to the group of people who finds out this idea crazy:) I don´t know. Wearing diamonds and gold in my eyes? Unimaginable.
Now I´m asking you: If you had a lot of money, would you go into this? Would you buy these lenses and wear them?