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  • Vision-Ease Lens Introduces Thindex 1.70 SRC Coated SFSV and A SFSV lenses

    Line expands to include compatibility for backside spin-coat processing

    RAMSEY, Minn. (July 2, 2012) – In an expansion of its Thindex® line, Vision-Ease Lens today introduced new Thindex 1.70 SRC® Coated SFSV and A SFSV lenses. In addition to advantages over other high index materials, including comfort, higher ABBE value and durability, the coated lenses now provide convenience and compatibility for backside spin-coat processing.

    Thindex 1.70 lenses provide a thin, light and durable option for those with mid to stronger prescriptions, giving patients more choice in frame options and a more visually appealing lens.

    In addition to the 1.70 SRC® Coated SFSV and A SFSV lens options, Thindex lenses are also available as 1.70 Uncoated SFSV and A SFSV, Thindex 1.70 A FSVAR and Novella Thindex 1.70 Uncoated PAL.

    For complete product specifications please visit vision-ease.com
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Vision-Ease Lens Introduces Thindex 1.70 SRC Coated SFSV and A SFSV lenses started by Vision Ease Lens View original post
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