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Optipets is launching a new range of spectacles holders for 2016

Pig Eye Banks coin containers to launch at Optrafair

Optipets is launching a new range of spectacles holders for 2016

Optipets has announced the launch of a new range of spectacles holders which double up as a piggy bank.

There are three initial ranges under the name ‘Pig Eye Banks,’ which will be launched at Optrafair (9–11 April, Birmingham NEC).

The animal range features dogs, a cat, a cow, a duck and a horse. There is also a ‘soccer noses’ range in red, blue and green. Additionally, a dragon design was created in response to requests from the company’s Welsh customers. The money in the ‘Pig Eye Banks’ is accessed by a reinsertable plug.

Optipets managing director, Alan Kasmir, told OT: “It was time for the Optipets range to evolve and the concept of ‘Pig Eye Banks’ is a natural progression to the product range.

“The children’s ranges have always been the most popular items and the double functionality enhances the offering. Our ethos has always been for children to share their glasses with the Optipets holder. The holder wears the glasses at night and the child wears them during the day and they share them, so the glasses do not become lost or damaged.”

Mr Kasmir added: “Made from Polyresin and very brightly finished, these items can form a great practice giveaway, a window display and, of course, can be sold. We will have great point of sale material available soon.”

For more information, email [email protected] or telephone 0798 492 3383.