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    Transitions Drivewear Lenses Now Available in Trilogy Trivex


    Transitions Drivewear Lenses Now Available in Trilogy Trivex


    (TORRANCE, CA November 2014) Transitions Drivewear lenses, still the only polarized photochromic lenses that adapt behind the windshield, are now available in single vision Trilogy Trivex material. Now drivers everywhere can experience Transitions Photochromic Technology and advanced NuPolar polarization, along with the high impact resistance and superior optics of Trilogy, all in one dynamic and essential driving lens. The industry has been patiently awaiting an extension of the best driving lens available, and we are excited to announce it is finally here, said David Rips, President and CEO of Younger Optics. Transitions Drivewear lenses are also available in hard resin (single vision, flat top 28 bifocals, Youngers IMAGE progressive), as well as polycarbonate (single vision and IMAGE progressive).

    Designed specifically to meet the unique visual demands of the driving task, Transitions Drivewear are the first and only polarized photochromic lenses to darken behind the windshield of a car, adapting to varying daylight conditions for a safer drive. In addition, Transitions Drivewear lenses are polarized to block blinding glare, another distinct advantage when driving.

    Younger Optics Trilogy lenses are made from PPGs Trivex material. This material is well-regarded for its thin and light characteristics as well as its impact and chemical resistance. Additionally, its higher Abbe value makes this material the preferred choice for those looking for a lens that is optically superior to polycarbonate.

    For more information, visit drivewearlens.com/trilogy

    Younger Optics is headquartered in Torrance, CA, and is recognized as the world leader in prescription polarized lenses with its NuPolar brand. For more information about Younger Optics, NuPolar lenses and other products, visit the companys web site at www.youngeroptics.com.

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    Any idea when/if progressives will be available in Trivex/Trilogy? By the way, I LOVE my Drivewear (Poly Progressive w/ AR) and they are quite popular with our patients. We are always looking for other options for them. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakeller View Post
    Any idea when/if progressives will be available in Trivex/Trilogy?
    Hi jakeller! Any patient that needs a progressive can get a digitally surfaced (free-form) progressive. These lens blanks are very compatible with digital surfacing technology. At the moment, there are no plans to create a molded front-side progressive version of this lens.

    Thanks for your question!

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    Thanks!! I love having options!!

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    Great, now what about 1.67?
    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 WFruit View Post
    Great, now what about 1.67?
    It's not on the immediate horizon, but never say never!

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    At last!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFruit View Post
    Great, now what about 1.67?
    +1! And 1.67 Transitions Vantage would be nice, while you're at it.
    I'm Andrew Hamm and I approve this message.

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