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Quick Take: OKIA, the Hong Kong-based eyewear company, has launched “Reshape”, its first eyewear collection crafted exclusively from recycled water bottle plastic, and “Bio Lens 2.0”, a revolutionary 100 percent bio-degradable lens.
Specifics: The Reshape collection is entirely made of 100 percent recycled PET material, a petroleum-based product that is globally known as safe, lightweight and flexible. Additionally, PET material is also 100 percent BPA, according to the company. This material allows the company to produce frames with a high impact resistance.  The new Bio Lens 2.0 is a cutting-edge sustainable lens that meets optical standard. The Bio Lens 2.0 features high impact resistance and can be used for both sun lenses and demo lenses. 
Selling Points: “People are more and more keen on protecting the environment by using green products in their daily life and we at OKIA are trying to give our own contribution to build a more sustainable future of the eyewear industry," said  Jacky Lam, managing director at OKIA. “We are always looking for innovations and these new products prove that we can be more sensitive to nature and people while ensuring excellent performance features and extraordinary outcomes.”