(PRWEB) September 8, 2005
Bohdan Kowalczuk (UK Safety Eyewear Manager for Hilco EuropeÂ®) explained ÂHilco has been established in the optical industry for more than 50 years, and is continually expanding our extensive range in all areas of the optical industry.
Following a great amount of research, we discovered tremendous potential in the prescription safety industry - Â£15 Million PA in the UK alone and introduced our own unique style of prescription safety glasses. After an extremely successful launch in the USA, these are now available in the UK through selected distributors and companies who met our strict selection criteria.
We found at spex4less.com, you not only get an established professional Opticians (Over 85 Years of Optical Experience), but an innovative company who's website http://www.spex4less.com mirrors their ambition to be one of the forerunners in online Safety/Prescription Frames.
We have been very pleased with the initial response from a vast array of customers from all type of businesses and backgrounds.
We have found that J.Bowden Ltd and Spex4less.com not only meet our expectations - but exceed them.Â
UK Safety Eyewear Manager
With previous traditional safety eyewear you could expect large unflattering cumbersome frames and thick lenses but with HilcoÂs new range you can expect highly fashionable modern frames with removable side shields so that you can use them as normal glasses too.
Some of the Patented features include: SpinGuardÂ Lens retention system (flat posterior lens lip design provides superior impact resistance substantially beyond the ANSI Z87.1-2 and EU Standards), Safe-LokÂ Locking screws (screws employ a leading edge adhesive technology to keep lenses tight and temples securely in place), Comfort logic nose pads, EZ ShieldÂ removable side shields and high fashion integrated spring hinges.
TheyÂre indistinguishable in comfort and appearance from high fashion eyewear, yet safer and more durable than ordinary safety frames. A-2Â high impact safety glasses are designed for thin, light 2.0mm polycarbonate lenses, now specified in the new industrial eyewear standards.