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Fraser Optics Inks Distribution Agreement with Safeware, Inc.

WARMINSTER, Pa., Jan. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Fraser Optics is pleased to announce that it has entered into a distribution agreement with Safeware, Inc., a leading provider of safety products and technical service to customers in the Industrial, Government, Military and Response markets.

Fraser Optics' lines of hand-held gyro-stabilized optical products have been in use by US and foreign militaries for more than 40 years.  These high-power, battle-proven optics are tested to operate in the most extreme conditions. The distribution agreement with Safeware provides an important channel for professionals and consumers to purchase Fraser Optics' world-class surveillance products.

Fraser Optics' LE and Mariner Series products are also sold directly to professionals and consumers through safewareinc.com. In addition, Safeware is a U.S. Communities™ supplier partner for Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Equipment and Services. This nonprofit government purchasing cooperative group offers reduced costs on goods and services through competitively solicited contracts, awarded by lead public agencies.

Fraser Optics' LE and Mariner Series products provide professionals and serious users a competitive edge eliminating motion and enhancing clarity using its unique STEDI-EYE® Technology, which removes 98 percent of image motion caused by hand tremor or platform movement. Fraser Optics' binoculars and monoculars are high-power, shock proof and ruggedized for extreme conditions.

Safeware will be promoting Fraser Optics' LE Series and Mariner Series Monolite, the only handheld gyro-stabilized monocular in the world and the Mariner Series 14x40mm Gyro-Stabilized Binocular as recently reviewed in the October issue of Popular Science.

"This new relationship makes Fraser Optics' world-class products accessible to the trusted Safeware consumer and to the First Responder community through the U.S. Communities Contract.  Our companies recognize the demands placed upon those who serve and protect our communities and the obligation to provide them best-of-breed products.  This relationship expands our reach and strengthens our commitment to support our law enforcement and first responder professionals." said Andrew Finn, President, Fraser Optics Commercial Division. "Safeware customers demand premier products that are offered for personnel safety and the safety of their mission. Fraser Optics' monoculars and binoculars are the best in the world."

"Safeware has always strived to represent industry leaders in safety products and our new relationship with Fraser Optics certainly is no exception. Our goal is to put the best tools in the hands of all workers and responders to ensure safety on the job or mission. We are excited to be able to offer these quality products to our customers and look forward to a long relationship with the Fraser Optics team."
Ed Simons, Safeware President

Since 1979, Safeware has been focusing on one thing – protecting their customers. Originally operating as a Mid-Atlantic distributor of safety products, Safeware expanded their services in 1981 to provide Technical Services. Safeware is trusted by a broad range of customers, from the local contractor to Fortune 500 companies, as well as key government agencies to keep their critical equipment operating and their personnel protected. In addition, the Response Division was created in 1999 to focus on supplying products and services to fire and rescue, federal and local government, law enforcement, military and all forms of first responders. Safeware is a trusted partner to those whom failure is not an option.

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