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BZ Optics Release Mirrored Blue Bifocal Cycling Eyewear

The new BZ Optics blue mirror range will be available in Category 3 darkness with subtly embedded +1.50, +2.00 and +2.50 bifocal lenses.

So you’re a little older and are having problems seeing your cycling computer, especially on those early morning or late afternoon rides, but not yet ready for full blown prescription lenses.

 

BZ Optics released their world first photochromic bifocal cycling sunglasses just over two years ago and now are close to releasing their next major project – a lightweight PHO frame fitted with mirror blue lenses, complete with small readers embedded in the rear of the lens and invisible from the front of the lens.

The new BZ Optics mirror blue range will be available in Category 3 darkness with +1.50, +2.00 and +2.50 powers. The PHO frame allows the lenses to be easily interchanged if need be – should you misplace a lens more are readily available.

A Full Range Of Frame Colours

Frames are available in gloss graphite with light grey, gloss fluoro yellow with light grey, gloss white with mid blue, gloss pink with light grey and matt black with dark grey. All feature non-slip temples and an adjustable nose piece.

Earlybird Discount

While the new mirrored readers will be available in the later half of the June, BZ are currently offering a pre-release promotion – order before June 30 to receive a 20% ($30) discount. 

The glasses will retail for $150 ($120 during the promotion period) and the lenses will retail at $75 ($60 during promotion). Check them out at www.bzoptics.com or phone 0755764365.

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