varifocals

varifocals

(ˈvɛərɪˌfəʊkəlz)
pl n
a pair of spectacles with varifocal lenses
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Specialist varifocals posed the biggest problems with seven out of nine pairs falling short as wearer height measurements were not taken.
The company explained that the lens is the next generation of premium varifocals that features an added diamond coating.
It may seem daunting if you're new to varifocals, but your optometrist will guide you through the process and advise you on which lens and frames are the best match for your particular needs.
I wish I had been able to: Maria has new varifocals that go dark in sunlight, so that she looks like a film star.
Their latest offer is a free upgrade to anti-glare (Clean N Clear) or blue-protect coating when purchasing a Kodak C:MY:K frame and lenses in either single vision or varifocals. This offer also includes a no-quibble two-year anti-scratch guarantee on all Clean N Clear coatings.
Can't I have varifocals?" He acceded to my request and gave me a sheet of small type to read.
"This is a new and unwelcome twist in the story of and I was sent off to a salesman to choose some trendy frames (there is no such thing as a trendy frame) and work out what sort of varifocals I would like.
"Providing eyecare for a child who is just starting out with a pair of glasses will be very different to fitting varifocals for a customer aged over 80 - but the same values and commitment to the customer experience are always at the core of what we do.
The Illustra Essentials varifocals provide high performance wide dynamic range to simultaneously view high contrast areas.
I may need varifocals to read a text message but I've got super cool specs and they look much better than me frowning at a mobile phone.
Bifocals will cost PS59.95, and varifocals PS79.95.
said: "Five pairs of varifocals were deemed 'potentially very dangerous'.