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    Some of the durable yet superlight materials that Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer uses to make its timepieces also can be found in the company’s new collection of sunglasses and frames. Priced from $890, the TAG Heuer Eyewear L-TYPE LW (www.tagheuer.com) is made from titanium, carbon fiber, and rubbery elastomer materials. The temples are ceramic-coated and scratch-resistant. The collection, which is made in France, has a stylish component as well: The frames are partially wrapped in leather or python, alligator, or other exotic skins.

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