Archive for April, 2014

Transitions Lenses 1.74

  • Tony Albarella
  • April 28, 2014

The popularity and desirability of Transistions® lenses have made them one of the most commonly-ordered lenses coatings amongst all coating options. 1.74 Transitions Lenses Those who require a strong prescription for their corrective eyewear and seek to reduce the thickness and weight of their lenses often turn to 1.74 high index lenses to accomplish this […]

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High Index Progressive Transition Lenses

  • Tony Albarella
  • April 24, 2014

Corrective eyewear has been around for centuries, but the last several decades have given rise to innovations that have forever changed the capabilities of eyeglass lenses. Transition Progressive High Index Lenses Today’s technologies make our lenses thinner, lighter, stronger, and better able to cope with the wear and tear of daily use, more so than […]

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1.9 High Index Lenses Popular in Europe

  • Tony Albarella
  • April 21, 2014

1.9 High Index lenses. They’re the crème de la crème of high index lenses, literally the highest index material that can currently be obtained. Popular European 1.9 High Index Lenses They’re also made of glass (any high index lens material above a 1.74 is available only in glass), which has some inherent advantages and disadvantages, […]

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Do I Really Need to Get Ultra-Thin High Index Lenses?

  • Tony Albarella
  • April 17, 2014

High index lenses can greatly benefit corrective eyewear wearers who require a certain prescription range – namely, a mid-level to high prescription, in terms of the measure of corrective strength. Do I Really Need to Get Ultra-Thin High Index Lenses? This is because stronger prescriptions require that longer, deeper curves be cut into your lenses, […]

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Zeiss 1.74 High Index Lenses

  • Tony Albarella
  • April 14, 2014

As one of the world’s leading manufacturers of eyewear lenses, the Vision Care business group of Carl Zeiss combines ophthalmic expertise and solutions with an international brand. 1.74 High Index Lenses from Zeiss They develop and produce technologically-advanced instruments, services, and products, including high index lens material, for distribution throughout the world. With 1.74 high […]

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1.67 Transitions VI Photochromic

  • Tony Albarella
  • April 10, 2014

Transitions®, the company that first developed and introduced photochromic lenses to the eyewear market, is constantly innovating, adapting, and improving their signature product. Photochromic 1.67 Transitions VI In response to customer complaints of slow-transitioning lenses, one of these improvements resulted in the release of Transitions® VI, a photochromic coating that allows up to a 40% […]

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Are Zeiss Eyeglass Lenses Better Than Other Brands?

  • Tony Albarella
  • April 8, 2014

As a company that has pioneered innovations in eyeglass lenses, coating, technologies, and many other products, Zeiss is generally considered the standard in the eyewear industry. Are Other Brands as Good as Zeiss Eyeglass Lenses? They’re known for extraordinary quality in eyewear, camera, microscope, and binocular lenses – accurately claiming that their products are used […]

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If You Have Thick Glasses, Can You Make Them Thinner?

  • Tony Albarella
  • April 3, 2014

If your prescription results in thick eyeglasses lenses, you’re well aware of the negatives and the stigma they can cause. Can I Make My Thick Glasses Thinner? For starters, they’re very heavy. All-day use can lead to constant slippage and leave indentations on your nose. The lenses may not fit properly within the frame, sticking […]

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1.74 High Index Lenses Availability

  • Tony Albarella
  • April 2, 2014

As we age, vision problems tend to increase. Availability of 1.74 High Index Lenses Issues that at first need just a modest corrective lens can grow over time to require a much stronger prescription. This doesn’t necessarily pose a problem, but strong prescriptions have one obvious drawback: they need to be made from lens materials […]

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