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Adlens announces Adlens Focuss


Adlens recently launched Adlens Focuss, which delivers a full field of vision to progressive lenses, an 80 percent increase versus today’s technology.

Oxford, UK-Adlens recently launched Adlens Focuss by Adlens.

Adlens Focuss delivers a full field of vision to progressive lenses, an 80 percent increase vs. today’s technology. Users turn a dial on the side of the frame, and their prescription will adjust to a range of customized power ranges, from distance to intermediate to reading prescriptions. Currently, progressive lenses incorporate distance and reading into one shared lens, causing adaptation and wearing issues for many wearers. Adlens Focuss will be available in 3 styles each with a choice of 6 finishes and colors.

Adlens Focuss is available exclusively at LensCrafters through the first half of 2014 and will be more widely available later in the year. 

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