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    Costco Progressives

    Just had a pt from costco . Marks on his Costco progressive were Kodak Precise, FYI

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdcoach5 View Post
    Just had a pt from costco . Marks on his Costco progressive were Kodak Precise, FYI
    I have not been able to see engravings in a while but my office manager drew the engraving she saw. What do you think this design is?

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    I thought it was a Kodak sign but on 2nd glance, it's different

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    The K is for Kirkland, the Costco in house brand. They say it is an Essilor design. I am thinking Ovations.

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    People seem to like it, for the price!

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    Cost effective. Most PALs, when properly fitted work well. Lower the cost, the better the adaptation, regardless of molded or FF. See Ryser’s Rule
    I bend light. That is what I do.

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    I read on a Facebook group that it was an Essilor Aculade.

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