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Revision Military has ramped up production of, and successfully delivered, thousands of ballistic laser protective lenses to law enforcement around the United States. After an initial rapid delivery to the Department of Homeland Security, Revision received a dramatic increase in inquiries from Federal, State, and Local departments in addition to Individual Officers seeking protection from this emerging threat. Since July, reported incidents of laser attacks on law enforcement have skyrocketed around the nation, leading to a variety of eye  injuries, including reports of partial blindness. While handheld lasers aren’t new, the widespread use of them, with intent to harm, is increasing, as is the demand for laser protective eyewear to prevent these injuries.

Growing Market

Revision Military has been at the forefront of laser and ballistic protective eyewear solutions for the past decade. Standard laser protective lenses are widely available, but much rarer are lenses that combine tailoured laser protection as well as military-standard ballistic protection coupled with world-class anti-fog performance, integrated prescription correction and multiple sizes for optimal fit and comfort. Revision’s LazrBloc™ eyewear provides this comprehensive solution – battle-proven by military forces around the globe and now widely being delivered to Law Enforcement around the nation.

In the last year, Revision welcomed new Chief Executive Officer Amy Coyne, successfully completed the carve out from a former parent company, stayed open and operational throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, and celebrated record 3rd Quarter performance. Now 100 per cent owned and operated in the US, the Revision team is centrally located in Essex Junction, Vermont. The focus on eyewear is already leading to growth in new markets, development of new products and technology with the team more united, impassioned and dedicated than ever.

To learn more about Revision Military’s LazrBloc product offering, visit www.revisionmilitary.com.

Military and Law Enforcement discounts are available.

Jack Richardson