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    Confused Anyone know what type of progressive this is?? Symbol temporal (--) and L4X at nasal

    Hello all,
    Trying to identify what manufacturer this progressive is. Cannot find it in Lens Identifier book. Please help....

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    ...should be...

    Hoyalux iD Lifestyle....Trivex?

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    Hmmm...looked up the identifier symbols for ID Lifestyle. It has a "L14" on the lens. These definitely had a L4X anf they are I believe poly transitions.

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    LX4 would be ID Lifestyle, Trivex Transitions.
    There are rules. Knowing those are easy. There are exceptions to the rules. Knowing those are easy. Knowing when to use them is slightly less easy. There are exceptions to the exceptions. Knowing those is a little more tricky, and know when to use those is even more so. Our industry is FULL of all of the above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaliOptician View Post
    Hmmm...looked up the identifier symbols for ID Lifestyle. It has a "L14" on the lens. These definitely had a L4X anf they are I believe poly transitions.

    Yeah, sorry CaliOptician....my Friday dyslexia is kicking in. :hammer:You say it is L4X, and I mistakenly took it as LX4.....Sorry! What are the engravings.....o....or something else?

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    Yep. That is a Phoenix Lifestyle Transitions.

    http://www.laramyk.com/tools/lad/index.html
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