This Generation has seen GLASS that admits the sun GLASS that defies the heat GLASS that withstands blows At last comes
GLASS THAT CONQUERS FOG
What the Press says :—
” THE AUTOCAR,” DECEMBER 15, 1933. ” . . . a pair of headlampglasses have now been in use by a representative of The Autocar for some time. Been found to give . . . penetration of fog and absence of back-glare.
“THE AUTOCAR,” MARCH 9, 1934.
One very misty evening I could not read the posters on the hoarding by the white light, but with the Nebulite; although it cast no visible rays. I read the lettering quite well.”
“THE MOTOR,” NOVEMBER 28, 1933. ” Tes t s which we have carried out with this Nebulite glass show it to be decidely effective under foggy conditions, the extra range of vision and absence of glare. . . most noticeable . . . Under ordinary clear weather, night driving conditions, the filtered light is definitely restful.
“THE MORRIS OWNER,” APRIL, 1934. ” . . we can definitely say that we found it of material help in foggy weather.
“THE WORLD’S CARRIERS,” JANUARY 15, 1934. ” . . . a glass filter was then produced . . . and tested on the road, when it was found to produce all the results that had been hoped for and expected.” and “THE LANCET,” FEBRUARY 17. ” This glass certainly merits trial.
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