An American design firm has announced a new range of inexpensive, lightweight glasses designed to give you a better view of the world through a glass top stove.
The company, Glasset Glass, says it has designed the Glasset Goggles which are designed to provide a better, clearer view of your surroundings.
It is the latest innovation in glass design and innovation, says the company, and the glasses are being made in partnership with US-based company, Econofit.
The glasses are designed for use with a range of kitchen gadgets including the Econoft, the EcoKit, the ChefKit and the ChefStove.
Glasset Glass said the glasses were designed with a clear view of food in mind.
“The idea behind Glasset’s design philosophy is to provide an intuitive and comfortable view to the kitchen environment.
This can help improve the way people cook, create and enjoy food,” said Jason Miller, co-founder of Glasset, in a statement.
The glasses were made using a range a materials that have a low optical absorption coefficient, according to the company.
“This is to reduce the optical absorption of food and the environment around us,” Mr Miller said.
“Our lenses have a very low absorption coefficient so they absorb light fairly well.”
For the glasses to be effective, they have to absorb light in a very wide range, so the glasses can’t be seen by a wide range of objects.
“Glasset is developing a range that is designed for the cook, cookware and utensils that are used by millions of people every day.”
It’s designed to look as natural as possible.
“Mr Miller says the glasses have been designed with the same vision of simplicity and efficiency as its competitors.
The idea of the glasses is to give a clear and unobstructed view of any surface, whether it be a glass surface, the inside of a dish, the bottom of a bowl, or even the bottom edge of a pot, he said.
The Econostech ChefKit is an easy to use stove that makes great use of your microwave oven, said Mr Miller.
It has a built-in microwave oven which can be used to cook dishes in less than 30 minutes, while the Econsoft is a high-end oven that can be set to cook in 20 minutes.”
These glasses and cookware will appeal to the more sophisticated cook, chef, and home cook,” Mr. Miller said in a release.
The range of products, which range in price from $29.95 to $179.95, comes with a free shipping option, and will be available at the start of January.
The design is based on the idea of combining a design from the glass design studio, Ecoofit, with a design by the design firm, Glassesmith.
The glass is created from a glass-based material called polyethylene that has an optical absorption rate of around 0.4 micrometers.
The material is made from a special polymeric material called a polyethylenamide that is able to absorb visible light.
The technology is called “polychromatic”, which means that each layer of the material is able be individually colored, and a “tangential” material is used to create a color-matched layer of glass.”
We use polyethylenes to create an ideal glass-like material for a range with many different optical properties,” Mr Mertens said.
The glass top steamer also uses a polypropylene polymer, which has a glass structure and optical absorption ratio of 1.1 micrometer.
The materials have a unique coating that absorbs light from the surface, but the process requires a heat source that heats the polyethylens.
The thermal properties of the glass, and its ability to absorb both visible and infrared light, have been researched by Ecooft and Glasset.
The project will be supported by the Department of Energy, the US Department of Agriculture, and private and public investors.