Revision Military has won a 5-year contract to supply the Swiss Armed Forces with its protective eyewear needs. Following extensive user trials and meeting stringent performance requirements, Revision’s Sawfly Military Eyewear was selected as the Swiss Armed Forces’ new all-purpose ballistic spectacle.
Beginning January 2014, it will become the standard issue spectacle to all Swiss troops-to the tune of 290,000 Sawfly Military Eyewear kits plus additional accessories. This is Revision’s second eyewear contract with the Swiss Armed forces; in 2008 they were awarded a contract to supply 10,000 Desert Locust Military Goggles.
“Revision is proud to have been selected as the key supplier for the Swiss military’s protective eyewear needs,” States Jonathan Blanshay, CEO of Revision, “With this contract Switzerland joins the short list of countries that have made ballistic eye protection a priority for their soldiers and recognize that by recommending eye protection as an everyday item-like boots and helmets-soldier familiarity with the equipment once on the battlefield is ensured.”
In addition to Switzerland, Revision supplies German, Canadian, British, Dutch, Belgian and Danish forces with their protective eyewear needs. The Revision Sawfly continues to be the most widely issued military spectacle amongst NATO nations, and dominates the ballistic protective eyewear market worldwide.
The Sawfly Eyewear System features a lightweight frame, communications equipment-compatible arms and interchangeable ballistic protective lenses. It’s also prescription capable with Revision’s Rx Carrier. The Sawfly Spectacle provides superior ballistic protection, exceeding EN 166 and military ballistic impact requirements (MIL-PRF-31013, clause 126.96.36.199 and MIL-DTL-43511D, clause 3.5.10); flawless optics for distortion-free vision; and rugged durability to protect and perform through all the rigors of combat.