OWNDAYS from Japan, one of the largest players in the fashion eyewear space, is expanding its India footprint. The company announced the launch of a new store in the country’s IT capital Bangalore, marking the sixth store in India, others being in Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad and Chandigarh.
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Owndays is on its way to open in Delhi and Mumbai as well. Currently, the company has a global presence of350 stores spread across 12 countries including Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Australia, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia and Cambodia. OWNDAYS’ India presence is in collaboration with GKB Opticals, which is a big name to reckon with in Indian Eyewear Industry already.
Owndays will offer a range of around 1,500 styles from basic to functional, stylish and fashionable eyewear for men and women starting at Rs. 2,990. With 24 brands under the parent company, Owndays offers eyewear for children, young adults, millennials and the elderly.
Established in Tokyo, Japan in 1989, Owndays Co., Ltd has redefined the world of optics by following Simple Pricing, Quick Servicing, and Value. With more than 1,500 designs of frames ranging from basic and functional, to stylish and fashion-forward.
Owndays outlets have a list of unique set of pointers to grab your interest:
- State of the art Japanese eye testing equipment, that helps complete the process in half the time the regular testing process takes.
- The company has a unique 20 minute process feature with over 2,000 lenses stocked in the store which allow glasses to be processed within 20 minutes after the eye check and payment are completed.
- Pricing is simple and uncomplicated with price of best suitable lenses ( less customised ones) included with the frame
Speaking on the launch Sanjay Malhotra Business Head – India, Owndays said “We are thrilled to be opening yet another outlet in India as the demand for quality eyewear at affordable price is increasing considerably and our product has been loved by Indian customers youth and matured alike.”