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The result of five years of research and development, Impression FreeSign® 3 provides unrestricted clear vision, maximum image stability, and minimum distortion.
“This innovative new lens takes progressive spectacles wearers into a new dimension,” says Rodenstock’s Lens Product Manager, Debbie Bathgate.
“And thanks to Rodenstock’s patented Flexible Design Technology, we’ve made it really easy for opt icians to perfectly adapt the Impression FreeSign® 3 to the personal requirements of even their most demanding customer.
“Swimming effects that are typical of a progressive lens are finally a thing of the past and the peripheral aberrations can be positioned in such a way that the customer will hardly know they are wearing spectacles.
“We’ve also managed to combine best vision with best looks, with lenses that are incredibly thin and aesthetically pleasing,” adds Debbie.
During a recent study commissioned by Rodenstock, all spectacles wearers who were surveyed agreed that spectacles with Impression FreeSign® 3 progressive lenses were totally comfortable. “They also found that they didn’t need any time to acclimatise to the lenses,” says Debbie.
In addition to the Individual design option, Impression FreeSign® 3 comes in three easy-to-dispense design types to suit different lifestyles:
Rodenstock is a leading manufacturer of ophthalmic lenses and spectacle frames. To find out more, visit the interactive website www.house-of-better-vision.com or call 0845 600 8995.
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