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    I agree about tribrid. It's a shame that in the...

    I agree about tribrid. It's a shame that in the UK it is significantly more expensive...
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    UV protection?

    UV protection?
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    Did I say it happened in the lab? If it did, I...

    Did I say it happened in the lab? If it did, I would be blaming myself.
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    Not exactly the same as them being glazed into...

    Not exactly the same as them being glazed into frames being worn by actual people, though, is it?
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    Poly is 'stronger' in a totally insignificant...

    Poly is 'stronger' in a totally insignificant way. Trivex is less prone to chipping, which is what the customer is most concerned about.

    In what way does trivex fit 'my' needs? What a ridiculous...
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    I appreciate the advice, genuinely. Thank you for...

    I appreciate the advice, genuinely. Thank you for your suggestions.

    But at the same time, if a material is so sensitive that trace amounts of a substance can crack it, that's even more of a...
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    What is fear mongering about stating facts?...

    What is fear mongering about stating facts? Trivex is optically better, lighter, less chemically reactive and stronger than poly and therefore preferential in almost all cases. Doesn't mean poly is...
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    We use poly for a tiny, tiny amount of jobs...

    We use poly for a tiny, tiny amount of jobs because our company considers other materials better in most situations. I would say we have more issues with the few jobs we sell in poly than we do with...
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    Some of the modo product coming from China (eco)...

    Some of the modo product coming from China (eco) has been delayed, ostensibly because of coronavirus
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    I was at the launch of this product in Berlin. ...

    I was at the launch of this product in Berlin.

    Smartlife is a new portfolio of lenses.

    The single vision version is the best single vision lens ever in terms of field of view, coupled with a...
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    Important: Most likely, the frame has an inclined bevel,...

    Most likely, the frame has an inclined bevel, which means that the back rim is smaller than the front rim. Therefore, if the lens has any thickness, you won't be able to insert it. You need to do a...
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    Important: Same

    Same
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    Important: What's wrong with safilo? Their new line of own...

    What's wrong with safilo? Their new line of own brand frames are extremely good quality, with arguably the best hinge. One of the best ranges on the market IMO.
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    Important: Titanflex is better than flexon. But they both...

    Titanflex is better than flexon. But they both fail at quite a reliable rate so the point is moot.
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    Important: Lindberg is so overrated. Cartier is so...

    Lindberg is so overrated.
    Cartier is so overrated.
    Chopard are appalling quality.
    RayBan, terrible, plus you are an enemy of the profession if you carry.

    Am I doing it right?
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    Maui evolution is definitely not poly

    Maui evolution is definitely not poly
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    That is incorrect. There would be advantages to...

    That is incorrect. There would be advantages to digital, compensated production.
  18. He's a good guy to deal with, and his frames are...

    He's a good guy to deal with, and his frames are really beautifully made. He uses block titanium in the metal frames. I think there is a slightly less expensive range that he does too but not sure if...
  19. But the customer wants something stylish... ...

    But the customer wants something stylish...

    You could try Marcus marienfield in Switzerland. He does everything bespoke I believe. And makes excellent quality. But you are talking around $2000...
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    Worth noting that there are other variables -...

    Worth noting that there are other variables - wrap or bow angle and pantoscopic angle.

    SOME advanced lenses also compensate based on previous Rx to minimise the adaptation period. But this is...
  21. So true

    So true
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    After contemplating this further, I agree with...

    After contemplating this further, I agree with DrK and Kwill
  23. Robert is right... Hoya's technology is good, but...

    Robert is right... Hoya's technology is good, but doesn't fix high anisometropia.
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    Glad stuff like this doesn't just happen to me. I...

    Glad stuff like this doesn't just happen to me. I find it very upsetting, and got a sinking feeling reading your story... Why can't people just be honest?
    Anyway, use the second order which she...
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    Poll: PhotoFusion clears so quickly though!

    PhotoFusion clears so quickly though!
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