Barz Optics introduces new sunglass models
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Australian sunglasses manufacturer Barz Optics has a range of new models on the market, with both acetate and polycarbonate polarised lens versions available.
Acetate models are supplied with 1.1mm lenses, which are 0.35mm thicker than the industry standard and which reduce distortion and increase impact resistance. Each model also has its own frame style and offers tint options.
The polycarbonate lenses use an injection-moulded, multi-lamination manufacturing process – known as sandwich construction – that enhances optical quality when compared to glasses using a less expensive process.
The ranges include the NIAS, a full frame model that can also be fitted with prescription lenses and the Fiji, which sports moulded, non-slip temples and an adjustable nosepiece for optimum fit and comfort.
The Tofino comes in a wrap style with side windows for men and women, plus a reader version that is non polarised, while the Cabo – the winner of the Australian Marine Industry Most Innovative Exported Product award – has a floating frame fitted with polycarbonate polarised lenses. Reader and bi-focal versions are available, along with a ‘world first’ – a photochromic bi-focal lens style that lightens in low light.
Barz also supplies options for younger fishermen. The Grom is a floating model targeted at seven to 14-year-olds and the Nauru Junior is a scaled-down copy of one of the company’s best-selling adult styles.
Barz Optics is an Australian based family company located at Burleigh Heads in Queensland on the east coast of Australia.
Tel: 07 5576 4365