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  1. "Book" = 1 D add in distance portion = 1 meter...

    "Book" = 1 D add in distance portion = 1 meter (~3 ft) punctum remotum ("far point")
    "Desk" = 0.5 D add in the distance portion = 2 meter (~6ft) punctum remotum
    "Room" = 0.25 D add in the distance...
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    OK Pete, thanks. :) What are the downsides?

    OK Pete, thanks. :)

    What are the downsides?
  3. Aren't you better off just going to the source? ...

    Aren't you better off just going to the source?

    I don't know how they label it. If you want to sleuth, I would look at the progression power between the top and the bottom. If it's +1.75...
  4. Thread: Slab-Off Pal

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    Shaw lens, if you can get it.

    Shaw lens, if you can get it.
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    Dopey question. Is NXT that rubbery frame...

    Dopey question.

    Is NXT that rubbery frame material, too?
  6. Hey, I just saw Adensco today, and I retract my...

    Hey, I just saw Adensco today, and I retract my statement about the women's frames. They've upgraded them nicely. Not a ton of styles, but several really good ones.
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    https://www.optiboard.com/forums/showthread.php/72...

    https://www.optiboard.com/forums/showthread.php/72221-Varilux-replacements

    I guess this current thread answers it?
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    I'd like to learn on this one. Can you explain...

    I'd like to learn on this one.

    Can you explain what a prism compromise is, and why does it occur on back surface progressives, and why putting the add on the front is better?

    Also, how would...
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    Well, that's an honest consumer. If you want...

    Well, that's an honest consumer.

    If you want to, you can differentiate yourself, and they just invited you to do it!

    But it takes forethought, a good presentation, and time.

    But that is an...
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    Reminds me of the SolaMax... It would make...

    Reminds me of the SolaMax...

    It would make sense for Essilor to have the hard-180/teeny umbilicus/smallish near zone/low astigmatism design (i.e. "the single-vision experience") that is the...
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    You missed the bot-o-mania this morning!

    You missed the bot-o-mania this morning!
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    Buy an optician online, without a license.

    If you need a nice frame picker-outer, or a nice lens-a-ma-thingy sales person, click HERE to get connected to thousands of young, beautiful males and females just waiting to make a solid minimum...
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    Buy contacts online without a prescription

    Who needs healthy eyes? YOU WANT YOUR CONTACTS! Just in time for Halloween, we have contacts that are guaranteed to make your eyes very, very red! Then, they turn whitish, all over your cornea! ...
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    Buy glasses online without a prescription

    Click here to buy your favorite glasses without having to go to your greedy optometrist.
  15. You guys are a good bargain. Adensco been...

    You guys are a good bargain.

    Adensco been berry, berry good, to me...But their ladies frames are...fugly.

    Anyone noticed that there's a plenitude of inexpensive, good looking men's frames and...
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    An overview of the products: ...

    An overview of the products: http://www.cpfglarecontrol.com/CPF_Lenses.html

    Sample tints are available, for matching:...
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    And when you combine overplussing with, say, mild...

    And when you combine overplussing with, say, mild cataracts or, say already reduced best-corrected visual acuity from, say, early macular degeneration, you're blurring the already blurry.

    How do...
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    Last time I checked, prescribing glasses for...

    Last time I checked, prescribing glasses for driving by opticians is not allowed in New York.
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    I even thought of packaging some el-cheapos and...

    I even thought of packaging some el-cheapos and calling them "generic glasses". Sorta IKEA.

    Then I thought of a "clearance rack" concept (whether they were actually clearance or not didn't...
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    OK, I'm reconsidering having an ongoing...

    OK, I'm reconsidering having an ongoing relationship with the Irlen Lens Tint prescriber, for a couple of reasons. I'm probably going to regret this.


    Here's what I should know, and people have...
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    Did the superglue. Worked surprisingly well. I...

    Did the superglue. Worked surprisingly well. I usually see superglue disasters with glasses.
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    Important: Would like to extoll the virtues of DeRigo/REM's...

    Would like to extoll the virtues of DeRigo/REM's Carolina Herrera.

    Yes, it's a bit pricer, but the design is very unique, the colors are faaaabbbbulous, and it's just a lot of fun.
  23. Ditto on Liz C, but we can't sell it as low as...

    Ditto on Liz C, but we can't sell it as low as NAICITPO wants to hit.
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    If you're overplussing for indoor utility and...

    If you're overplussing for indoor utility and telling them they can drive in them, you'll lose whatever license you have.

    If you're merely dispensing indoor progressives, you're doing something...
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    Give us an example of your "squish" tolerance. ...

    Give us an example of your "squish" tolerance.

    Clearly, you wouldn't adulterate a distance Rx, would you? I mean, you add minus routinely, you say (not that that doesn't create distance blur,...
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