On average, eyeglass wearers clean their lenses more than 14 times per week(1) Moreover, 77% of wearers wipe their lenses with t-shirts, tissues, towels, at least once per week(1) . But improper cleaning can lead to scratches. Crizal® Rock™ is the most scratch resistant Crizal® No-Glare lens ever made for durability like never before.(2) Click on attached pdf to learn more.
EssilorLuxottica is launching the first commercial product leveraging the strength of the new Group by strategically combining the expertise of Essilor and Luxottica.
The latest edition of Ray-Ban Authentic represents the perfect match of Ray-Ban’s legendary style and Essilor’s expertise in sight and will capitalize on the assets of both to meet consumer needs with the aim of diversifying the single vision category as well as growing the prescription sun category for private practices. This latest edition will launch on January 19, 2021.
Ray-Ban’s history in the field of prescription lenses has witnessed many ground-breaking developments, but the combination of iconic frames and the latest generation of clear, gradient and sun lenses is a significant revolution made possible by the integration of Essilor and Luxottica. The key innovation is the ability to offer premium and lightweight lenses that perfectly adapt to the shape and curvature of the Ray-Ban frame, making the most of the latest optical technologies.
With prescription glasses being an important part of every look, there will be over 1,400 lens-frame combinations available to consumers, including those featuring Transitions technology with photochromic lenses and blue light filtering. The new range also includes a Special Edition, enhanced with Essilor’s best-known and most innovative lens solutions such as Varilux, Eyezen and Crizal.
For more information, ECPs can visit essilorpro.com/resources/ray-ban or contact their Essilor Account Executive. Make sure you view the video on this page.
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Varilux® Comfort Max lenses utilize a new design approach that focuses on maximizing the patient's useful vision zone, not just providing the largest area of 20/20 vision (i.e. normal resolution). This approach - often called 20/Happy Vision—goes beyond normal resolution to take into account factors like contrast, binocularity and distortion. By maximizing 20/Happy vision, wearers can use a greater area of the lens, experiencing postural flexibility for all day long vision comfort. For more information, download the attached sales aid.