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    Care Plan Insurance Specialist Wanted

    Looking for a vision care plan insurance guru to do the annual site review of our content on OpticianWorks.
    Looking for that guy or gal who knows filing, charge backs, EOBs, statements and billing...
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    Low Vision Specialist

    Please spread the word:
    Looking for a low vision specialist with an education/tech writing background.
    Every year we do a complete site review of OpticianWorks and it has been a few years now...
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    Specialist/Educator Contact Lenses

    Please spread the word:
    Looking for a contact lens specialist with an education/tech writing background.
    Every year we do a complete site review of OpticianWorks and it has been a few years now...
  4. Gotta disagree with that position. Opticians...

    Gotta disagree with that position.
    Opticians could reinvent themselves and carve out a great niche if they would change their ways.
    Push for subjective/objective auto-refraction to update lens...
  5. Should Be Mandatory Reading For Opticians

    10 Reasons Why Mandatory Education Can't Fix Opticianry:
    https://www.laramyk.com/optician-success/10-reasons-mandatory-education-cant-fix-opticianry/
  6. I remember something like that too! Maybe around...

    I remember something like that too! Maybe around the time I was in school, the late 90's perhaps?
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    Crazy Fun Beta Testing Project NYC Area

    I've been doing beta testing on new frame materials for a well known company for a few years now.
    My edger is a loaner model through Santinelli and I'm currently between models and can't run the...
  8. This Weeks Video: A Look At Some Photochromic Products

    https://youtu.be/Pls_ZgFb3HU
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    Oh don't get started --- splinters, catching...

    Oh don't get started --- splinters, catching fire, woodpeckers, bark weevils and deciding which furniture polish to use --- the list just goes on and on and on.
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    Poly so you get some flex in the lens. Careful...

    Poly so you get some flex in the lens.
    Careful safety bevels front and back.
    If you have too much power/thickness and lose the flex you will be out of luck.
    Maybe run a few test lenses and try...
  11. This Weeks Video: Frame Fit Image Gallery Redux

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKmfulWRsSM&t=1s
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjzH67eB_vM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjzH67eB_vM
  13. This Weeks Video: Verification Final Inspection Part III

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=el_EAEGSOZE
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    Please let us (or at least me) know how it all...

    Please let us (or at least me) know how it all goes.
    Thanks
    John
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    They have a few: 14753

    They have a few:

    14753
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    This Weeks Video: DAL Test Drive 2

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zT-e4Fn5h64&t=329s
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    Thanks for sharing that. Yep - that is pretty...

    Thanks for sharing that.
    Yep - that is pretty much what I had in mind.
    Maybe a little bit bigger/wider/taller.
    But certainly more in line with what we do as opticians.
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    This Weeks Video: PPE Safety Work Aids

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Mgmi4V9HMA&t=43s
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    This Weeks Video: Lens Vents & Fogging

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOu3luW5g4s
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    As I read it a mercury bulb at 254 would be quite...

    As I read it a mercury bulb at 254 would be quite effective.
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    OK here is what the guy with the big brain has to...

    OK here is what the guy with the big brain has to say:

    "The wavelengths that are considered “germicidal” are 195-275 nm. The really short wavelengths have the added ability to create ozone. ...
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    If (big IF) I understand it correctly UVA and UVB...

    If (big IF) I understand it correctly UVA and UVB can be effective but as you mention it takes a much, much longer time.

    I'll check with the smart people and see what they say.

    John
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    This Weeks Video: UVC Frame Disinfecting

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASjjkt2JXus&t=193s
  24. This Weeks Video: DAL Test Drive Results

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVRf5Yb0En0&t=264s
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    This Weeks Video: Helmet Fit

    https://youtu.be/O_ZW3P9JZcY
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