FROM THE COVER
ZEISS GETS PERSONAL. With features including new, proprietary EyeFit® and CORE (Center of Rotation Evaluation) technologies, ZEISS Progressive Individual 2 improves visual performance and enables ECPs to accommodate patients in a more personalized way. The enhancement added to the CORE technology helps improve performance away from the center of the lens, while the EyeFit technology allows for customization based on an individual patient’s visual activity profile. For more information, contact Carl Zeiss Vision Inc. at 800-358-8258 or zeiss.com/lenses.
YOUNGER’S NUPOLAR HITS A HIGH-INDEX. A new addition to the 1.60 sphere, NuPolar® Polarized 1.60 lenses demonstrate a high caliber of processing and stability characteristics—a result of being manufactured with MR-8TM resin. With eight available base curves, this product comes in single vision gray, brown, and green. For more information, contact Younger Optics at 800-366-5367 or youngeroptics.com.
QSPEX LAUNCHES A NEW DESIGN. The advanced digital progressive lens from QSpex® Technologies, Inc. is now offered in short corridor design. This addition gives ECPs a wider-fitting range for patients who need progressive lenses, according to the company. Short corridor design allows for the fabrication of lenses for frame styles requiring a fitting height of 16mm. For more information, contact QSpex at 888-259-9845 or qspex.com.
BRISTOL EXTENDS ITS REACH. With the Poly-B Photo®, eyeglasses can be more versatile, and the UV-activated polycarbonate FT28 lenses make the switch between inside and outside smooth and comfortable. This product offers 100% UV protection, and sunglass tint is achieved in less than a minute. The Poly-B Photo is available in 70mm polycarbonate semi-finished, spherical FT28, gray. For more information, contact Bristol C&D, Inc. at 877-255-1181 or bcdlens.com.