Sydney, Australia (PressExposure) August 10, 2013 -- Ford Optometrists has enhanced its inventory to reflect both the needs of budget eye care as well as latest Australian industrial safety standards. The refreshed budget inventory offers attractive glasses at great prices. Ford Optometrists has also upgraded its range of protective eye wear to the latest S/NZS 1337.6 standards for industrial safety needs.
For over six decades, Ford Optometrists has been the leading solution for optical and other vision related solutions across Australia. Ford has enhanced its product inventory to reflect two major changes in the Australian eye care market - those for safety and affordability.
Its affordable new eye care range is designed for budget buyers. Not only does Ford Optometrists provide cheaper optical glasses, but also across their product range. The budget range include low vision aids, electronic magnification devices and electronic reading machines.
Ford's range of magnifiers are designed to be hand-held, or fastened to surfaces for convenient use. Electronic magnification devices (i.e. CCTVs) are used to zoom into text size and make reading easier, are available in both small and large sizes based on customer requirement.
The new range of Electronic Reading Machines converts written text to a digital version, which is then read out by the device via a built-in speaker.
Ford Optometrists' research and development has taken extensive advice and input from the visually impaired, as well as ensured that price point are easily accessible for the masses.
Ford Optometrists have also upgraded its industrial optical safety equipment to reflect the new AS/NZS 1337.6 standards. the AS/NZS 1337.6 requires the glasses to bear identifying markings on lens. A nation-wide upgrade of safety equipment among Australian factory workers, machinists and other heavy equipment professions has necessitated this upgrade.
Ford Optometrists has also reached out to employers in these fields to consult on frames for employees that match the new safety standards. The new standard is designed to mitigate the safety hazards that fields like construction and mechanical work offers, including machining and handling heavy machinery offers.
The use is not only a great protection against occupational hazards, but Ford Optometrists has ensured their range is comfortable and durable for extensive use. Instead of releasing a few sizes for all safety workers needs, the company will be custom fitted for workers.
Ford Optometrists product upgrade will be assisting Australian mechanical workers change their previous optical gear, made of hardened glass. Additionally, the glasses frame, an often ignored aspect, will be re-engineered for durability and comfort.