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    I was told by two labs not to use poly transitions ft tops. I was advised to use Trivex. We have had many problems and no longer the polycarb product. My question to the labs is why to sell a defective product??

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    We always without fail have this issue when Life Rx is used. We no longer order it but occasionally our lab will try to pass it off as the younger poly composite lens and sure enough it delaminates.
    Pez:D

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