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Contact: Billy Carmen, CEO
1-888-346-3826
http://www.wizarddistribution.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 26, 2002

WIZARD SHOPSPECS SAFETY GLASSES INCREASE SAFETY AND USABILITY

Wizard Industries announces the release of the ShopSpecs Bifocal Safety Glasses,
the first safety glasses to feature built-in bifocal magnification.

Van Nuys, California - Wizard Industries, Inc., makers of the innovative Wizard Line of products for Woodworkers, has just announced the newest addition to its product line, the Wizard ShopSpecs.

Wizard ShopSpecs are an exciting advancement in wood shop safety. These are comfortable and stylish safety glasses which meet ANSI Z87.1 requirements. They will protect a woodworker's eyes from flying debris in the woodshop. But these are different. These are the only safety glasses on the market with built-in bifocal magnifiers, and integrated side shields.

"We're truly excited about this new product," said Wizard CEO, Billy Carmen. "It's a product that makes sense for the millions of woodworkers who also use reading glasses."

The Wizard ShopSpecs improve safety in more ways than one. They protect the eyes from flying debris, as do many other safety glasses. According to Carmen, "These glasses also help prevent accidents in the first place, by providing clearer vision to those who use them."

Available in the most commonly used magnifications of +1, +1.5, +2, +2.5 and +3, the Wizard ShopSpecs' optically clear lenses do not interfere with normal long distance vision. The built-in dual curvature mono-lens, provide those who normally wear reading glasses with better close-up vision. This allows woodworkers to do more precise work, with improved safety.

Having magnification built in to the glasses also means that woodworkers are more likely to wear the highly protective glasses, instead of ordinary reading glasses that do not provide adequate protection, especially from the side. The comfort of not needing to wear reading glasses under a pair of goggles further enhances their usefulness. With adjustable temple pieces, and panascopic angle adjustments, a perfect, comfortable fit is ensured.

"We believe this product will help reverse the notion of safety glasses being just a 'precaution,' and make them more a convenient and helpful tool that people will want to use," noted Carmen.

The Wizard ShopSpecs are currently available from Wizard Industries http://wizdist.com, and through fine woodworking and hardware stores.

Editors Note:
High resolution images are available at http://shopspecs.com/productimages.shtml

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