Tonic teams up with Bar Crusher

TONIC Eyewear, makers of high quality fishing sunglasses, will be exhibiting at this year's Melbourne Boat Show on the Bar Crusher boats stand.

Visitors to the show will receive a special bonus gift if they buy Tonic high contrast glass polarised sunglasses at the event.

They will also enjoy special introductory pricing on the whole Tonic range, including a no-cost upgrade to photochromic lenses.

Doug Phillips, the man who created Tonic, will be there in person to explain the benefits of his new glasses. He has drawn on more than two decades' experience with optics to develop his high quality coated lenses which dramatically cut glare and eyestrain.

Available in six wraparound styles in black and tortoise-shell frame colours, Tonic sunglasses have a unique Copper Camo tint as standard, with a no-cost Grey option.

Tonic also offers the option of polycarbonate lenses in Grey and Copper tints for those who prefer to trade the scratch resistance of glass for lighter weight and impact resistance.

Doug can also turn your spectacle prescription into custom-made prescription sunglasses with all the benefits of Tonic's regular glasses.

More information at www.toniceyewear.com.au. Read a review HERE

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