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  1. Not with cable temples.

    Not with cable temples.
  2. You can still get the Shuron McArthur if you...

    You can still get the Shuron McArthur if you still want it. I've ordered a couple Ronsirs in the last few years, they are ... ok. Not great quality but passable if they really need cable temples.
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  3. Hard pass. In a pure retail setting fine, I...

    Hard pass.

    In a pure retail setting fine, I would sill hate it personally though.

    In a medical retail setting, it is inevitably going to lead to pushy up-selling. Not for me.
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    Is the SV aspheric and the FT spherical? Was the...

    Is the SV aspheric and the FT spherical? Was the proper OC height specified in the FT pair along with the seg height?
  5. Also Camber. Right now the Camber Steady. The H45...

    Also Camber. Right now the Camber Steady. The H45 is also very good. All IOT lenses, all the time.
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    No April Fool's Day in Australia?

    No April Fool's Day in Australia?
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    Agreed. I don't sell Silhouette but every time a...

    Agreed. I don't sell Silhouette but every time a patient brings me a hingeless frame to have lenses put in, I tell them at some point it will break where the hinge should be. They usually respond...
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    Alibaba or aliexpress if you don't mind waiting a...

    Alibaba or aliexpress if you don't mind waiting a month or two to get them. Should be fine as a temp solution for a week and are dirt cheap.

    Otherwise SIOS has bridges and temples separate, more...
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    Agreed. I don't know how anyone could have a...

    Agreed. I don't know how anyone could have a chance of making successful glasses for this Rx without doing this.
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    The Hoya lenses I have seen have the markings...

    The Hoya lenses I have seen have the markings like this (-). I don't see a lot of them though so they may have changed.
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    Let's simplify it more. If they don't want to...

    Let's simplify it more.

    If they don't want to do the work, and it doesn't make them money, don't take the job. I turn down work when people come in and ask me for stupid things or things I don't...
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    Chris, if what you are describing was happening...

    Chris, if what you are describing was happening at a lab I used, I would look for a new lab the next day.

    Mauro, what you are describing is much more what I would expect from any lab I would use...
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    Obviously demand for Tribrid being suppressed by...

    Obviously demand for Tribrid being suppressed by the the impending domination of the eyecare field by Blue-Roll.

    Tribrid is available, only in clear AFAIK. But you should be able to get any full...
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    If we can drum up enough interest from...

    If we can drum up enough interest from optiboarders, would you be willing to host a zoom class on your techniques? I would be very interested to learn this. This is vital information all opticians...
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    Looks so good you can barely tell there is a lens...

    Looks so good you can barely tell there is a lens in there at all.
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    I think Blue-Roll should be in the optiboard hall...

    I think Blue-Roll should be in the optiboard hall of fame thread, well done Drk.
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    That's what I've been preaching to all of my...

    That's what I've been preaching to all of my patients for years. No need to bother with all the high index nonsense when Poly is already prefect for everyone.
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    I couldn't agree more Doc. I don't know what...

    I couldn't agree more Doc. I don't know what these other fools are talking about.
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    Depends on what you think "small" is I guess....

    Depends on what you think "small" is I guess. Here is the list from 2017 of independent labs by sales dollars. Since then Essilor has acquired Expert and now Walman, probably a couple others on the...
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    I would say a Chemistrie clip would be better...

    I would say a Chemistrie clip would be better than photochromatic for driving and visiting construction sites. A lot of different lighting conditions, in and out of buildings, most likely on a...
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    EssilorLuxottica to Acquire Walman

    https://www.visionmonday.com/business/suppliers/article/essilorluxottica-to-acquire-walman-the-largest-independent-lab-group-in-the-us/?uid=F1EC10980B4EE3D98ACA7C822CF0555A

    Another one bites the...
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    Reducing the add for near working distance does...

    Reducing the add for near working distance does not work in a PAL, FT only.
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    What is "essentially plano"?

    What is "essentially plano"?
  25. Yeah, I know you are right as usual. I should not...

    Yeah, I know you are right as usual. I should not have called it imbalance. You are correct in saying 1.5D imbalance. But from a practical standpoint there is more total vertical prism present in the...
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