As summer starts to loom large on the horizon, with weather experts predicting a hot and sunny one, it is perhaps time to consider some new sunglasses. Penzer Opticians stocks a comprehensive range of sunglasses at various price points.
Of course sunglasses are the perfect fashion items to compliment any summer outfit; and whilst many opt for well known designer brands, you do not have to break the bank to look good this year.
So what’s new for 2014?
Geeky, large outsize frames are currently fashionable. Look out for black, red and even tortoiseshell colours. Vintage styles seem to be on trend this year too with classic 60′s and 70′s styles top of the list. Gold and silver metal framed sunglasses are also all the rage. Matte finishes are back in fashion too. In terms of other frame colours, aquatic, neon and electric blue are going to be popular. Contrasting coloured lenses are also set to become trendy.
Let Penzer Opticians help you with your choice of sunglasses this summer.
Penzer Opticians has taken delivery of the new Eyespace collection of frames.
Part of the collection includes the Basebox brand of frames, which have been described as the latest catwalk trend, pushing the boundaries in eyewear fashion and are surprisingly affordable. Basebox frames are unisex and start from £65 for a pair of frames and single vision lenses*.
The Cocoa Mint range is designed with discerning ladies of all ages in mind. They are modern, chic and fashionable.
Also part of the collection is the Louis Marcel range. Elegant and sophisticated, these frames are also petite and lightweight, appealing to ladies of all ages.
The Jensen range of men’s frames are chic and stylish, perfect for the younger man about town. They come full framed, acetate, metal, supra and titanium flex.
* conditions apply
Penzer Opticians is running a colouring competition for Easter. There are two chocolate Easter eggs to be won.
The competition is open to children between the ages of 3 to 6 and from 7 to 12. The rules are simple. All we are asking to do is to draw and colour in, or simple colour in a drawing with an Easter theme.
The rules of the competition are simple. Just complete your artwork. Put your name and age on it and make sure it is handed in the the Reception staff at Penzers by 11 April 2014. The competition will be judged on 15 April and the winners notified. And all entrants are entitled to a small egg for their efforts.
Pop into the practice to see our Easter display, featuring possibly the biggest ever bunny you have seen!
Protective goggles suitable for rugby have been approved for the first time by the International Rugby Board, whose headquarters are in Dublin. The wrap around protection, which has been designed by sports company Raleri, will go on trial immediately.
The goggles have been particularly developed for young players with eye problems and who are not yet ready to wear contact lenses.
Designed with an outside protective covering and an inside slot where a player’s lens can fit without fear of moving, the innovation adheres to current rugby equipment laws. Normal spectacles cannot be worn but the lenses from spectacles can be inserted and will be protected by the outer covering.
It is recommended that the corrective lenses should be prescribed by an optician or doctor and installed in the provided “clip on” that mounts in the inner side of the goggles. The goggles will go on trial for a year effective from now.
“The IRB recognises that not everyone who needs corrective glasses can wear contact lenses, particularly children, so we have been collaborating with a leading manufacturer to design and rigorously test a pair of Rugby Goggles that will be safe and effective in a rugby environment. We believe we have done that now and this trial is good news for anyone with eyesight issues who wishes to play the game,” said an IRB official.
“They can also be worn by senior players with eye conditions and have been designed with no sharp or protruding edges than can be harmful to the wearer or opponents,” he added.
The goggles feature high-speed impact resistance, anti-abrasion surfaces, anti-fogging, UV protection and a specially designed strap with no clips or buckles. Only those goggles bearing the IRB approved logo can be worn and referees have been empowered to make the necessary checks.