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Details on "Steve Jobs" Lunor Frame....

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Lafont, Jun 15, 2013.

  1. Lafont

    Lafont Senior member

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    I'm acquiring a second Lunor frame and, as kind of a perfectionist in certain things, I want it to be as meticulously like the frame Steve Jobs wore in his last years. Of course I don't know if he wore exactly the same one all that time, but whatever....

    Some have written the model was Ideal I 380, but the illustrations I've seen of it don't look identical to the frame in his photos. Too much space in the hinge area. Most, including Lunor itself, identify his frame as their Classic Rund.

    I'm trying to find out if he got the Antique Silver, Antique Gold, Gold, or "Platin" (I assume this refers to platinum). As far as I can tell, these are all plates of some sort over stainless steel. I also wonder if he got the nosepads, which are "optional" with this model.

    Does anyone have any inside information here? Thanks.:stirpot:
     


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    One article says he wore the AS - Antique Silver - while another says PP, or the "platinum" (actually said to be "silver." Perhaps neither is right or he wore several versions over time. Looks like he eschewed the nosepad version.
     
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