Flying

FLYING EYES OPHTHALMIC SERIES

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The latest from Flying Eyes gives you the opportunit­y to customize your lenses for use both in flight and in other active endeavors requiring a headset or helmet. The company launched its ophthalmic eyeglass frames in October, featuring its patented 1-millimeter-thin temples and magnetic clip-on sunglass lenses as an option. Flying Eyes created the line in response to a call from customers for higher-strength lenses they could use in the cockpit—the new line allows for the use of stronger prescripti­on levels than those found before—and on cloudy days when sunglasses aren’t a good option. The frames are created from a Resilamide polymer blend. The clip-on sunglasses aren’t polarized, so displays show clearly. The four lines (Luzon, Otus, Athene and Noctua) start at $579 retail.

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