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    https://healthcare.utah.edu/moran/optometry/fl41-l...

    https://healthcare.utah.edu/moran/optometry/fl41-lenses.php



    https://cocoonseyewear.com/product-category/cocoons/sidekick-uv-filters/
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    https://youtu.be/83vq-B2wscw

    https://youtu.be/83vq-B2wscw
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    Hey, Merv! I'm gathering experience, too. How...

    Hey, Merv!

    I'm gathering experience, too. How dark do you think that helpful tint was? (I'm hoping you say "well, not all that dark".)
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    Well, then, if you're looking at a blue laser,...

    Well, then, if you're looking at a blue laser, those are the glasses for you!
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    It can't be a certain density. Everyone is...

    It can't be a certain density. Everyone is different.

    It probably can't be a certain wavelength. Everyone (and everywhere in the environment) is different.

    So...what do you do,...
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    The fundamentals are still the fundamentals.

    The fundamentals are still the fundamentals.
  7. Thread: Cost of Goods

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    COGS is fun and all, but it just comes down to a...

    COGS is fun and all, but it just comes down to a reasonable pricing structure.

    Set your prices with a fair metric, and review your lab and frame costs regularly, and COGS takes care of itself.
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    Important: And now Michael Kors. This target demographic...

    And now Michael Kors.

    This target demographic is 18-40 young ladies (I believe) and it delivers unique styling and a strong brand, and yet it's priced "below market value". I think it's a very...
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    Important: OK, saw Nike. I don't like Nike marketing at...

    OK, saw Nike.

    I don't like Nike marketing at times. There's that. But I was looking for sport sunwear that could be Rx'd. This is in short supply with mainline vendors these days (and I've...
  10. Thread: Cost of Goods

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    COGS: optical laboratory frames

    COGS:
    optical laboratory
    frames
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    Important: I know this isn't going to earn me any brownie...

    I know this isn't going to earn me any brownie points, but I just saw Rayban. Their ophthalmic is pretty "wow" right now. It's new and moving forward and yet it is very strong in it's styling...
  12. Parents aren't dumb. And it's not my position to...

    Parents aren't dumb. And it's not my position to inform them about their kids, except for technical issues.
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    I think that's a bad take, my friend.

    Parentskids are inseperable. You don't play to the kid. The kid is the entire property of the parent and what they say, goes.
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    All great, informed responses. If you are an...

    All great, informed responses.

    If you are an OD, I will remind you of another ODs perspective:
    1. symptomology: "double" means a lot of different things.

    2. remediation: get out some loose...
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    Yeah, I get a lot of different kinds of...

    Yeah, I get a lot of different kinds of complaints over the past 30+ years, and "eyestrain" is extremely non-specific, and, frankly, not that big an issue, considering all the negative press it gets....
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    Oh, rats.

    Oh, rats.
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    I wonder if we're talking about two different...

    I wonder if we're talking about two different things.

    I may be spouting old information from the days of molded lenses, and you may be using updated digital surfacing information?
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    Asphericity is not for optics, I don't think. ...

    Asphericity is not for optics, I don't think.

    It's for fixing optics back to baseline, from screwing up the optics from flattening the lens to look and feel nice and thin.
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    I never troll.

    We aren't supposed to feed the consumers, though. They can read and feed themselves.
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    Aha! Location: Earth has just been narrowed down...

    Aha! Location: Earth has just been narrowed down to either Australia or Great Britian!!!!!
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    But did it work???? :)

    But did it work???? :)
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    If it's horizontal prism, Kodak used to do it,...

    If it's horizontal prism, Kodak used to do it, but they sold out to a company called Neurolen$.
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    I don't either. The Medicare Advantage plans...

    I don't either.

    The Medicare Advantage plans offer all those goofy bells and whistles (FREE EYE EXAMS! GLASSES! HEARING AIDS!) so I think that's where HHS (or the give-away pander-bears in...
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    Good post.

    Good post.
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    ^^^This and this and this

    ^^^This and this and this
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