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Thread: New photo-chromatic from FEA called NuanceRT!

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    Eyes eastward... Uilleann's Avatar
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    Jan 2007
    Dispensing Optician
    Cool - very helpful. Thanks! Looks like it falls pretty squarely between Sig 7 and XTRActive.

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    How have sales been so far? Do you have accounts that are now only using Nuance instead of T7?

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    They're steadily growing. The hardest part is just getting people to look at it and try it out, since getting in front of people is always the challenge.

    Now that there's not much choice left if you want a photochromic that's not from one of the big three, we're looking to see what we can do to get this set up in other labs and carried by other distributors. It's always good to have an independent option.
    FEA Industries
    Independent Wholesale Optical Lab
    Morton, PA

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