The winners of the 2010 Silmo d’Or – regarded as the Oscars of the optical industry – were announced at Silmo in Paris at the end of September. The awards are recognised as a quality control mark for optical manufacturers.
The winners of the 2010 Silmo d’Or were….
The ‘Optical Frame Award’ went to Rolf with the frame ‘Giulia’
The ‘Sunglasses Award’ went to Wood Optic Diffusion with the frame ‘Boucheron Arabewuew BES’.
The winners of the 2010 Silmo d’Or are recognised as a quality control mark for optical manufacturers.
The ‘Children’s Collections Award’ went to Logo with the frame ‘Barbapapa’
Optique Palente (Les Formidables).
The ‘Vision Category Award’ went to BBGR with the product ‘Anateo Mio’.
The ‘Optician Workshop Award’ went to Nidek with the product ‘ME 1200’.
The ‘Sports Equipment Award’ went to Julbo for the program ‘RX Trem’ and Objectt Optik with the frame ‘Progear Eyeguard’.
The ‘Low Vision/Optic Instrument Award’ went to Swarovski Optik with the product ‘Jumelles el Swarovision’.
The ‘Pos Equipment Award’ went to Logo with the product ‘Tag Heuer’.
There were two other special prizes awarded. The ‘Special Sustainable Development Prize’ went to CTS France and the ‘Special Jury Prize’ went to Jacques Durand Lunetier with the frame ‘VW02 – Veronika Wilgruber’.