Specsavers launches new safety frames

Specsavers is launching a brand new range of safety eyewear on 1 September 2007. 

There will be nine totally new frames and two of the existing bestsellers remaining, with all the different frame sizes and colours, this gives 33 frame choices.  The range offers great choice which includes plastic frames and styles designed specifically for women.

Andrew Adams, Corporate Account Manager for Specsavers says: “There is specific criteria involved in designing safety frames: look is important, or they won’t be worn; and of course functionality is paramount.  We are very excited about our new range, the design is first class, and they meet and exceed all BSI standards for safety. 

Our corporate clients have asked for choice, functionality, value for money and quick delivery, and our safety frames meet all this criteria.”

All the safety frames continue to be manufactured in-house for quick turnaround times and lenses are available in Polycarbonate, CR39, Toughened Glass and a variety of coatings including UV Tints and Anti-Scratch. 

There is also the Safety Eyewear Voucher system in place for ease of payment for employers.

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