MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif., May 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Flying Eyes Sunglasses (http://www.flyingeyes.biz/bifocal-sunglasses-pr01), proven to be the most comfortable sunglasses for use with headsets, now include the option of bifocal lenses that are designed specifically for the cockpit.
Flying Eyes sunglasses are now available in three standard magnification strengths, with two different bifocal height choices. Only Flying Eyes Sunglasses have the option of a higher bifocal segment height, which may make it much easier to view the entire instrument panel as well as charts or iPad on your lap without needing to drastically move your head up and down. Normal height bifocals are also available.
Flying Eyes Sunglasses with bifocal lenses are only $20 more than the non-bifocal version. And they're still non-polarized, which is important when using them in the cockpit with LCD screens.
The Flying Eyes' strap system is designed to be worn comfortably with a headset. Unlike all other sunglasses, the strap on Flying Eyes is soft, flat, and unnoticeable between your head and the headset so there is no pressure or pain, even after a long day of flying. And, thanks to a better seal between the headset and your head, your noise-canceling headsets will be quieter. No more noise leaks!
Additional features include:
Flying Eyes sunglasses are convertible to "normal" sunglasses with the included standard temples for outside-the-cockpit wear.
Optically correct, non-polarized lenses provide clear viewing of LCD multifunction displays on the instrument panel and through acrylic aircraft windows.
Neutral gray, medium-tinted lenses allow accurate perception of color charts and instruments. They are dark enough to remove glare from the brightest and haziest days, but not too dark to see easily in the cockpit.
Shatter-resistant polycarbonate lenses with a scratch-resistant coating will last for years of professional use.
Flying Eyes sunglasses offer UV400 sun protection, the best available, because pilots flying at higher altitudes have increased exposure to harmful UV radiation from the sun.
We use TR90 thermoplastic polyamide for our frames. It's up to 20% lighter than other plastics and yet far more durable. Its extreme flexibility, durability and lightweightness make it the perfect material for comfort in everyday wear. It's also resistant to high temperatures and blocks fading UV exposure.
More information can be found at www.flyingeyes.biz
About Siracusa Productions, Inc.
Siracusa Productions, Inc. is based in Manhattan Beach, CA and was founded in 1999. The company is known for its innovations in many different markets. Dean Siracusa, President, has been an entrepreneur and pilot for many years and enjoys creating solutions for aviators.
This press release was issued through eReleases® Press Release Distribution. For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com.
SOURCE Flying Eyes Sunglasses