Tonic Gen 2 “Slice” – Thinnest Polarised Glass Lenses on the Planet!

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Tonic Polarised Eyewear, the new leader in high-quality fishing sunglasses, is proud to announce the release of Tonic Eyewear “Gen2”, featuring the thinnest polarised glass lens ever seen in Australia.

At only 1.3mm the new Tonic Eyewear lens is so light you won’t believe you have a pair of sunglasses on. The clarity and performance of the lens are better than anything Tonic Eyewear (already the market leader) has offered before. Specially developed by Tonic founder Doug Phillips, “Gen2” represents a remarkable leap forward in polarised optics. “I have pushed our optics further than ever with our new range of lenses. Anglers will not believe how good they really are” says Doug.

Coming out in Spring 2015, Tonics’ new 1.3mm “Gen2” lens will be available in Photochromic Copper, new Photochromic Grey, Neon, and three new Mirrors. Tonic is releasing four new frames too in its biggest expansion of styles since the brand began.

All Tonic models incorporate the latest Japanese optical technology, including unique de-centered lenses for distortion-free viewing at any angle.

Tonic’s scratch-resistant glass lenses are just 1.3 mm thick; making them 50% lighter than regular glass and feature Tonics’ own polarising filter systems and anti-reflective coatings.

Tonic Polarised Eyewear comes in twelve wraparound styles and a variety of lens types to suit different situations.

More details @ www.toniceyewear.com.au/

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