Miami, FL (PRWEB) January 14, 2013
Eyewear and eyeglass makers are having a reintroduction of sorts from the 1940's. During this time, consumers complained over the cheap and brittle plastic that eyeglasses were being made out of. However, as times changed, production standards changed, acetate frames were phased out due to production costs. However, today it is all changing once again. The superiority of the eyeglass frames, the materials used to provide today's consumer with designer-wear and durability, have reemerged. Best Image Optical’s Dolabany Eyewear Collection showcases designer eyewear made from a new TR-90 material. So, why should someone have a pair of TR-90 eyeglasses? Simple...
TR-90 eyeglass frames, are essentially a lightweight, plastic and nylon material. It is one of the most popular frames in the industry today. Why?:
The consumer needs strong, lightweight, and flexible frames. So part one of the equation in eyewear is complete. The second part is style. Because of this material, 1000's of vibrant color variations and the widest range of designs are possible. There are no limitations for the consumer or the designer in the type of frames being released or made.
Consumers demand and expect the best from their eye care professional. Do not accept less than the equation: Durability + Style. TR-90 eyeglasses are made for the person on-the-go. Price "ploys" often leave the patient frustrated with choice and quality. Get superior quality, get superior durability. For the most comprehensive and superior collection available today visit http://www.bestimageoptical.com. They bring designer eyewear to life! The Dolabany Eyewear 2013 Collection showcases the models: Addison, Culture, Izzy, Jaiden, Keegan, Paxton, Sardi, and Tatum. These optical frames are designed in a classic, sleek style and are featured in vibrant colors that give them a modern look.
Best Image Optical is an optical wholesale distributor, designer, and producer of the eyewear collections: Dolabany, Mario Galbatti, and Plume Paris Eyewear. Their brands can be found globally in premium eye wear markets. These three collections are sold in-store only, ask for it by name at a local eye care provider. It’s that simple!