Knight Optical Lights Up Black Friday with Crystal-Clear Savings

Knight Optical (KO) – the trusted provider of precision, metrology-tested optical components, acclaimed in the robotics, photonics, and military and defence industries – is marking a huge milestone. For the first time in its history, the optics expert is embracing the Black Friday event.

Knight Optical (KO) - the trusted provider of precision, metrology-tested optical components, acclaimed in the robotics, photonics, and military and defence industries - is marking a huge milestone. For the first time in its history, the optics expert is embracing the Black Friday event.


For 2023, customers are invited to enjoy discounts of up to 20%* across the entire store for the week leading up to Black Friday. This exclusive offer empowers engineers, designers, and other discerning specifiers of high-spec optical components to explore a broad-ranging selection of stock at reduced prices, all while maintaining the unparalleled grade that is synonymous with the KO brand.

Featuring a comprehensive inventory of readily available optics poised for swift next-day dispatch - from Lenses, Windows, Filters, and Mirrors to Beamsplitters and Laser Optics, to name but a few - KO's shopping extravaganza presents an opportune moment to secure orders ahead of the impending pre-Christmas workload surge. Don't miss this ideal window to finalise your requirements and ensure a seamless transition into the festive period.

Speaking of the esteemed provider's engagement in the most significant shopping event of the year, Knight Optical's CEO, Colin Overton, shares his enthusiasm:

"We're thrilled to be part of this year's Black Friday event. The opportunity to extend substantial deductions throughout our extensive range of high-quality optics is our way of expressing gratitude to our valued customers for their enduring support over the past 30+ years. As a business that's dedicated to accuracy and excellence, we look forward to brightening up that, often stressful, festive season lead-up for engineers, designers, and specifiers alike.

"As we embrace this calendar event, customers can anticipate not only extra special offers, but also a continued commitment to providing cutting-edge solutions that meet the most stringent of standards."

To learn more about Knight Optical's Black Friday deal, visit the website: www.knightoptical.com/black-friday

*T&Cs apply. Subject to availability.

ABOUT Knight Optical
Since its establishment in 1992, Knight Optical has been leading the field in supplying a diverse range of optical components for various scientific and technological applications. Renowned manufacturers and engineers consistently turn to the brand, not only for the premium quality of its output and the capabilities of its state-of-the-art Metrology Laboratory and QA Department but also for the availability of stock optics (offered for next-day dispatch) and its coveted custom-made optical components.

The company takes immense pride in its high-quality output, and every team member is committed to delivering a first-class service. In 2020 alone, Knight Optical distributed nearly 400,000 custom optics, showcasing exceptional performance that solidifies its position as the premier optical component supplier for numerous globally recognised corporations.

Website: www.knightoptical.com

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