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Specsavers: the choice is clear

31-08-2010
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Due to popular demand, Specsavers has now included two plastic frames into its range of prescription safety glasses.
 
The AS/NZS 1337.6 certified range, which now comprise 14 SKU's, is available with Polycarbonate lenses in single vision, bifocal and multifocal formats.
 
They are available in more than 280 Specsavers stores across Australia in blue and clear, with minimal metal components.
 
These frames offer those employees who have an optical correction comfort and safety with Specsavers great value for money as standard.
 
For further details contact: au.corpeyecare@specsavers.com 
 
The new Specsaver range of prescription safety glasses will be on display at Stand G10 at the Queensland Safety Show, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from June 18-20.
 
Specsavers Pty Ltd
Ph: 02 9410 0622

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