Short corridor progressive lenses are designed to fit into smaller frames. They offer an option that reflects both fashion and function. Because of their size, it takes a skilled optician to fit them properly. They are slightly more expensive than standard progressive lenses and range from $250 to $400.
1. Different high-density resin substrates. Essilor Diamond Crystal series 1.74 lenses use resin with a density of 1.46 as raw materials. The lens itself has higher hardness. Combined with Diamond Crystal series film layers, the lifespan of the lens is better improved. The outstanding abrasion resistance is obvious. 2.
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These individualised progressive lenses are perfectly adapted to the customer's frame of choice, facial anatomy and dynamic viewing needs. It also incorporates ZEISS SmartView Technology. Available in: Plastic 1.5, Plastic 1.6, Plastic 1.67, Plastic 1.74, Trivex 1.53, Glass 1.6, Glass 1.8. Additions available: +0.75D to +4.00D.