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Technology

 
Pacific optics uses TAC lenses in the production of their polarised lenses which meet the worlds most stringent standards.
Pacific optics aerial sunglasses block both UVA and UVB harmful rays. Whether it be fishing, boating, snow-boarding, driving or just enjoying a summer or winters day, aerial have a pair of polarised to suit all.

advantages of polarized lenses:
  • reduces eyestrain
  • improves visual acuity
  • provides realistic perception
  • lightweight and comfortable
  • reduces squinting
  • reduces reflections and enhances visual clarity

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Lens tints:

Smoke/grey – used to offer the truest optical experience with no colour distortion. performing equally as well on water as on land, the smoke polarized lens eliminates glare whereever it exists.

Amber – aerials amber tint is used primarily by the sporting enthuisast. tailored for medium to bright days, the amber polarized lens increases contrast and visual acuity in a wide variety of conditions.




Aerial sunglasses are constructed using superior grades of material.
From high grade metals to tr-90 frames to provide durability, comfort, styling and
light weight, maximizing your peripherial vision. Whether it be athletic activity or a
fashion statement, pacific optics aerial sunglasses have frame for all.

Pacific Optics utilizes the method of Double Injection as a source of
frame production by successfully combining polycarbonate
and rubber in the frames. the results can be seen in our Sport Range.

 
 
Pacific Optics utilised the latest optical technology to apply on lense
and frames to ensure our products has world class quality.

At Pacfic Optics we strive to provide our customers with world class quality
lenses and frames. We aim for "perfection" which essentially mean that no
product can leave the factory floor without undergoing a thorough
quality assessment.

With our own in-house testing labs we ensure that every product
meets the following standards

- AS/NZS 1067, 2003
- ANSI Z80.3-2001
- EN 1836:2005
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