Marchon3D Enters Japan Market

By John Laposky On Jan 23 2012 - 6:01am




LAS VEGAS — Marchon3D announced at International CES a deal with Japanese CE distributor Arisawa to provide a distribution outlet for Marchon3D’s EX3D line of passive 3D glasses in Japan.

EX3D Eyewear uses patented, curved M3D lens technology and includes 25 styles in a variety of colors and shapes with options for men, women and children. Suggested retails range from $22 to $70.

Arisawa’s sales division, Asuna, will focus on consumer electronics retailers and theater channels in Japan. The agreement between Marchon3D and Arisawa includes full sales and marketing, logistics, shipping, POP and display support from Marchon Japan to promote the EX3D line in Japan.

“Marchon3D is the only company that meets our very high-performance standards. From a quality, performance and design standpoint, they are the best on the market. The demand for 3D products in the Japanese market is growing rapidly, and our relationship with a world-class eyewear designer like Marchon3D will allow us to bring the highest-quality 3D glasses to our consumers,” said Sanji Arisawa, president and CEO of Arisawa.

Marchon3D markets glasses under a number of brand names, including Calvin Klein, Diane von Furstenberg, Emilio Pucci, Fendi, Flexon, Jil Sander, Karl Lagerfeld, Lacoste, Michael Kors, Nautica, Nike, Nine West Salvatore Ferragamo, Sean John and Valentino.

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