A deep dive into the advantages of Neurolens technology
March 17, 2021Ric Peralta, The Optical Jedi Over the last couple of years I have written about Computer Progressives, discussing some of the different brands with their relative advantages or disadvantages for your given work environment. But I've never really done a straight comparison wear for myself. So I felt it critical to address this … Continue reading A Comparison Review of Computer Progressives
As Always, written entirely by Ric Peralta, The Optical Jedi I've previously written a bit on the importance of having blue light filtration, specifically focusing on children. Today, I'd like to talk a little more about one specific manufacturer of this technology and the additional features associated with their product. What's the Deal with Blue … Continue reading More on Blue Light Filtration: Eyzen+
after a full year of wearing the Varilux X Design, I post my review update!
If you're suffering from dry eye symptoms, there are answers! Don't suffer in silence
I posted an initial review of the latest progressive lens from Varilux, the X Design, when it first launched back in late August/early September. My initial review can be found here. After wearing the lenses for a couple of months, I wanted to provide an update based on my continued observations. Review of Varilux X … Continue reading Review Update on Varilux X Design
Today, I received an email from a reader, and with his permission, I am sharing it here. I think the questions raised are excellent, and could be quite helpful to some of you other readers out there! The Message & Response My Responses are set aside by color and italics Dear Optical Jedi: I have … Continue reading A Piece of Correspondence
Most people are unaware of this basic tenet of the Optical Industry...You choose your own prescription! I know it, it sounds preposterous to think this could be, but at it's most basic that's what's happening. Think about it. You are asked to choose which you like better (1 or 2, A or B). But even … Continue reading You Pick Your Prescription