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Enormous volumes of eyewear products such as spectacle lenses, frames, and sunglasses are outsourced from China each year. While outsourcing has been profitable for most optical distributors, a number fell into unwanted complications such as product recalls. These problems could have been easily averted if only appropriate inspection protocols were utilized.
The following are some of the inspection processes InTouch uses in dealing with eyewear products:
Material Inspection Processes
Assembled Eyewear Inspection
The regulations on eyewear are ever evolving, as well as the materials and techniques used in their production. It is important that buyers are able to adjust to these changes as well. For a more detailed and complete list of the inspection protocols applicable to your spectacles, please contact InTouch.
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