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Lazer ‘right for children and independents’

Continental Eyewear expands junior collection up to nearly 50 frames

Model wearing Continental Eyewear children's frames

Continental Eyewear has expanded its Lazer junior collection for children. The range now boasts nearly 50 styles, with eye sizes ranging from a 38 eye to a 51 eye.

The collection is going from strength to strength due to its “incredible value and comprehensive choices, creating interesting vibrant frames at affordable prices,” Continental Eyewear highlighted.

Continental Eyewear’s sales and marketing manager, David Strathie, explained: "We have always believed in using only the very best quality raw materials to produce a range of children’s frames that is dazzling and impressive at any price point, yet still allowing it to be incredible value for money."

He added: "The use of the superb quality acetates, TR90, excellent metal plating and remote etching all help promote this exceptional collection."

"This collection has recently released several magnificent new styles, which again offer impressive detailing and perfect balance. With new styles due in the next month or so, Lazer Junior is leading the way for children’s eyewear across the UK independent optical market place," he concluded.

For more information, visit the company’s website.