The PRWIRE Press Releases https:// 2016-06-14T02:08:55Z Australian Rx-able Prescription Safety & Sports Sunglasses Make a Splash! 2016-06-14T02:08:55Z australian-rx-able-prescription-safety-amp-sports-sunglasses-make-a-splash 14th June, Brisbane, Australia prwire.com.au Reducing the cost of prescription sports and safety glasses with Rx-able eyewear innovation that won the Australian New Inventors Award and is now featuring on Shark Tank Australia. Don't Miss ItIn 2011 the Australian New Eye Company introduced the world’s first Rx-able safety eye-wear system to Australian corporations and went on to win ABC’s New Inventor Award. Now they have bigger fish to fry - Sharks!Issues with Prescription Sport and Safety GlassesInventor and certified Optician Andy Mehringer said he’d identified some major issues with conventional prescription sports and safety glasses that with a little innovation he believed he could rectify.Firstly, the high costs companies and individuals face when replacing prescription safety glasses when they get scratched. This results in employees requiring time off work until replacement prescription safety glasses arrive. Secondly, for sports people who damage their prescription sunglasses or are at risk of their eyewear being scratched due to flying stones and gravel from cars, the cost and hassle of buying a replacement pair can often be prohibitive. Bringing Innovation to OH&S and SportsThe IC-Rx-able safety and sport eye-wear system, that Mehringer invented, enables wearers to simply release their prescription lenses and re-insert them into replacement sunglasses frames. The frames come in various lens tints colours for different lighting and work related conditions and protect the expensive prescription lenses from being scratched.The system comprises of wrap-around protective frames with clear or coloured lenses plus an Astralon™ optical foil which is a flexible plastic inner frame that can be fitted with a person’s prescription lenses. The Astralon™ foil slips into place beneath the outer frames that take the brunt of wear and tear or any impact.In the Shark TankMehringer will pitch the IC Sport & Safety Eyewear System to Channel Ten’s Shark Tank Team on Thursday 16th June at 8.40pm.So tune in to watch the Sharks reaction to the Australian invented Rx-able Eyewear system that has not only taken the local market by storm, but globally as well. Eyewear that makes us proud to be Australian. Rx-able Sport and Safety Glasses hit the Shark Tank 2016-06-11T01:09:41Z rx-able-sport-and-safety-glasses-hit-the-shark-tank Rx-able Sport and Safety Glasses hit the Shark Tank 10th June, Brisbane, Australia prwire.com.au In 2011 the Australian New Eye Company introduced the world’s first Rx-able safety eye-wear system to Australian corporations and went on to win ABC’s New Inventor Award. Now they have bigger fish to fry - Sharks! Issues with Optical Safety Glasses Inventor and certified Optician Andy Mehringer said he’d identified some major issues with conventional sports and safety glasses that with a little innovation he believed he could rectify. Firstly, the high costs companies face when replacing prescription safety glasses when they get scratched. This results in employees requiring time off work until replacement prescription safety glasses arrive. This is because safety glasses are often an OH&S requirements. Introducing Innovation to OH&S The IC-Safety Rx-able safety eye-wear system, that Mehringer invented, enables wearers to simply release their prescription lenses and re-insert them into inexpensive replacement protective frames. The protective frames come in various colours for different light and work related conditions and protect the expensive prescription lenses from being scratched. The system comprises of wrap-around protective frames with clear or coloured lenses plus an Astralon™ optical foil which is a flexible plastic inner frame that can be fitted with a person’s prescription lenses. The Astralon™ foil slips into place beneath the outer frames that take the brunt of wear and tear or any impact. In the Shark Tank Mehringer will pitch the IC-Safety Eyewear System to Channel Ten’s Shark Tank Team on Thursday 16th June at 8.40pm. So please tune in to watch their reaction to the Australian invented Rx-able Safety Eyewear system that has not only taken the local market by storm, but globally as well. About New Eye Company New Eye Company manufactures single vision, bi-focal and multi-focal lenses to any script for foils supplied from its Brisbane head office. The foils come with a lifetime guarantee. The IC-Safety System is 100 per cent poly-carbonate safety frames, rated for UV400 and feature anti-fog and anti-scratch properties. The glasses provide a 170o visible field with no distortions and are approved to Australian Standard 1337.6. One corrective foil fits the entire IC-Safety Collection glasses range to suit whatever environment you're in – whether you’re working in an industrial environment, out in the sun, playing a sport or fishing. New Eye Company Australia Sponsors New Zealand Cycle Classic 2016-01-19T03:05:26Z new-eye-company-australia-sponsors-new-zealand-cycle-classic Brisbane, Queensland - PRwire Press Release 18th January 2016 - With the New Zealand Cycling Classic set to get underway this week, Andy Mehringer, Founder of New Eye Company Australia is excited to be a Sponsor of this prestigious international cycling event. The five-stage tour is being held from January 20th – 24th in the Wairarapa New Zealand. This Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) 2.2 accredited tour has attracted a top field of elite male riders says Race Director, Jorge Sandoval. Mehringer, explained that the Cycling Classic is a great opportunity for New Eye Company, Australia to support New Zealand Sporting events. “Providing sponsorship will create awareness of our Rx-able IC Sports and Safety sunglasses in a country that’s equally as enthusiastic about cycling as many of us Australians are”. Australian Rx Sport Sunglasses Glasses for Stage Winners:  In terms of sponsorship, New Eye Company is providing all Stage Winners with IC Sports Sunglasses that can optionally take Rx inserts should riders require optical prescriptions. A challenging 152km hill climb is one of the highlights of next year’s New Zealand Cycle Classic, a premier international men’s road cycle tour to be staged entirely in the beautiful Wairarapa region.