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    Progressive lens

    I am trying to identify a progressive lens.

    The 180 markings are circles with an "L" in side on the nasal and an "X" inside on the temporal side.

    My first thought was an X-cel product but cant come up with anything in the progressive identifier, (2015-2016)

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    Welcome to OptiBoard!

    https://epic.thevisioncouncil.org/

    According to a customer service rep that I had some email back and forth with, this should be the most updated version of a catalog. Also, according to him, they plan on making it a continuously updating system going forward, and that they will not be releasing a printed catalog in the future.

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    It's definitely a chain store lens. I think lenscrafters, but might be vision works. I see them from time to time, I asked a patient once where they got them, but have since forgotten.

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    Pretty sure it's what Luxottica puts on most of their digital lens offerings. I've seen them from Lenscrafters as well as Pearle Vision. My theory is the the L and the X stand for Lux of course and what is inbetween the L and the X is U (you). At least that's my story and I'm stickin' with it. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by edKENdance View Post
    Pretty sure it's what Luxottica puts on most of their digital lens offerings. I've seen them from Lenscrafters as well as Pearle Vision. My theory is the the L and the X stand for Lux of course and what is inbetween the L and the X is U (you). At least that's my story and I'm stickin' with it. :D
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