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Anon. 2015: Magna Tech

Shared By: Anon | January 07, 2014

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The 2013 release of the M1’s pull, switch, and snap Magna-tech technology established anon. as the industry leader in goggle technology. In 2015, Magna-Tech expands its collection beyond the M2 and M1, to include the WM1, a women’s specific design featuring the same effortless self-aligning lens as the M2 for the pinnacle in high-speed change-outs and style. M1 Magna-Tech features 12 rare earth magnets that match up for 6 points of connection, each with a pull force of 2.75 lbs. (Total Retention = 16.5 lbs.) The original magnetic innovation sets the benchmark for quick and accurate pull-and-switch lens change outs, and an ultra-secure lens to frame seal. M2 Magna-Tech integrates 16 rare earth magnets into the carrier liner for 8 total points of connection, each with a pull force of 2.75 lbs. (Total Retention = 22 lbs.) - the pinnacle in retention with self-aligning engagement. WM1 Magna-Tech boasts 14 rare-earth magnets for seven secure points of connection, each with a pull force of 2.75 lb. (total retention=19.25 lb.). M1 Available Now M2 Available Now WM1 Available Fall 2014 Music Credit - Band: The American Dollar / Album: Awake In the City / Track: Urbana