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Spectacle Lenses

NIKON LENSES CHARACTERISTICS

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Style. Individuality. Personality

These are the words spectacle lens manufacturers now use when discussing their research and development efforts.

The first thing to do when choosing lenses is to ask yourself exactly what purpose you need them for. Are they only for driving or reading? Do you require correction for distance and near vision, or do you simply require lenses to see clearly at all distances and in all directions without any limitations?

Aspheric Design : Innovation for comfort and aesthetics

Since the introduction of its first photographic lens elements in 1966, Nikon has been a leader in lens technology. The development of "spherical lenses" is regarded as one of Nikon's greatest achievments. Aspherical lenses are made thin and slim while minimizing distortions and aberrations, which are common with thicker spherical lenses.

In addition, Nikon’s new and advanced Seemax bi-aspheric single vision lenses integrate front-and-back surface aspheric geometry that results in lenses with unparalleled distortion elimination, consistent prescription and ultra-flat curvatures across the entire lens. This cutting-edge technology ensures that wearers not only have sharper, clearer and more natural size images, but also uniquely thin, light and flattering lenses to wear.
There are many new developments in spectacle lens technology. Thinner lighter lenses. A variety of lens coatings. New types of light sensitive lenses. And lots more – all designed to improve your vision and make your spectacles more comfortable to wear.

Thinner lens, better looks : Thinner than standard plastic lenses, so your eyes get all attention they deserve. The slim aspherical profile is a perfect match for fashionable frames.

  • Up to 1/3 lighter for additional comfort
  • Up to 1/3 thinner than a regular plastic lens
  • Up to 45% flatter for a slim profile that looks great on you
  • Low magnification ,a softer,more natural look for your eyes

Single Vision lenses are available in different lens designs, they include:

 

Index

Bi-Aspheric

Aspheric

Standard

Regular Plastic

1.50

 

NLAS

NL70

Thin Plastic

1.60

 

NL3AS

 

Ultra Thin Plastic

1.67

Seemax

NL4AS

 

Thinnest Plastic

1.74

 

NL5AS

 

 

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