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    Confused Lenscrafters' Advanced View Progressive Lenses

    Does anyone know who makes these and what the fit/ht or corridor width are?

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    I don't know for sure but they are likely a digital progressive using a single vision blank and a backside progressive, there are so many now and they may have multiple design options.

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    It used to be Essilor Accolade when I was a lab manager at lenscrafters few years back. Pretty sure it is still the same. Not a digital progressive for sure as they use Gerber Coburn SGX Turbo generators.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GokhanSF View Post
    It used to be Essilor Accolade when I was a lab manager at lenscrafters few years back. Pretty sure it is still the same. Not a digital progressive for sure as they use Gerber Coburn SGX Turbo generators.
    Not digital yet...but many of their retail stores have desktop digital machines in right now. It's the next big move for them as the revive the whole glasses in about an hour marketing program.

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    they're an Accolade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by racethe1320 View Post
    Not digital yet...but many of their retail stores have desktop digital machines in right now. It's the next big move for them as the revive the whole glasses in about an hour marketing program.
    FYI, just because you are using a digital equipment doesn't make the old design digital. You can put $20K stereo and Rims on to 1996 Honda Civic and it will still be a Civic. Not going to become an Accord :)

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    HEY, I HAVE A 1996 HONDA CIVIC........
    FYI just because you are using a digital equipment doesn't make the old design digital. You can put $20K stereo and Rims on to 1996 Honda Civic and it will still be a Civic. Not going to become an Accord :)[/QUOTE]
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    BEWARE OF THE ANGER OF A PATIENT MAN ? WHAT language is that and from what source is it taken ?

    Just curious
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    In house ones are Essilor Accolade. Ones from our Central Lab were Shamir Autographs for quite awhile. They have switched to something new now which usually has LC or Lux on it. Could still be Shamir but don't know for sure.

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