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2012 New Products

Optical Labs are announcing new products on a continual basis.
Below are the latest optical product announcements:

 

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May
2012

Varilux Airwear Xperio Lenses:

Introducing New Transitions® VantageTM lenses with variable polarization

  • Replace clear lenses and to be worn both indoors and outdoors
  • Adapt by darkening and changing color
  • Lenses that simultaneously activate and orient to the angle at which light reaches the eyes

Jan
2012

Essilor Bifocal AB:

Essilor Bifocal 360˚™ lenses will change to Essilor Bifocal AB™.

  • Essilor Bifocal AB lenses utilize Acuity Boostersm technology (AB) to create an entirely unique back-surface for each prescription.
  • Launch of Essilor Bifocal AB FT-28 Thin&Lite® 1.67 lenses, the latest addition to our digitally surfaced flat-top lens.

May
2012

Varilux S Series – Limitless Vision Lenses:

Introducing the Varilux-S Series Lenses. Lens Styles are:

  • Varilux S 4D
  • Varilux S Fit
  • Varilux S Design

Coming Soon!

Autograph InTouch:

Autograph InTouch Lens characteristics:

  • Multi-purpose lens with advanced optical design and unique power profile
  • Significantly improved visual clarity in the 40cm-70cm viewing range
  • Designed for easy transition between zones and all over viewing comfort
  • Minimum fitting height: 15mm, 18mm
   

Aug
2012

Definity 3 & 3 Plus Lenses:

Definity 3 Plus:

  • Incorporates 3 additional fitting parameters for a personalized fit: Panto, Wrap and Vertex
  • Dynamic split of the ADD power between the front and back of the lens that’s individually tailored to the patient’s Rx to provide complete customization
  • Dynamic split of the ADD power between the front and back of the lens that’s individually tailored to the patient’s Rx to provide complete customization...and more!

Aug
2012

Kodak Unique DS Lenses:

KODAK Unique DS Progressive Lenses :

  • A broad field of view in a clear distance area
  • Smooth gradation of power across the surface of the lens to ease patient adaptation
  • Gentle binocular balance for quick, clear object recognition
  • Visual quality often compared to a single vision lens