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Quality Eyeglass Lenses in Enid, OK

Shamir Progressive Lenses

Exclusively designed with proprietary, patented EyePoint Technology, a groundbreaking software program that utilizes ray-tracing to compute optical properties and simulate human vision, Shamir Progressives are digital, high-definition lenses that provide excellent peripheral vision, low distortion levels and smooth channels.

Freeform Shamir Autograph III

Quality Eyeglass Lenses in Enid, OKThe Freeform Shamir Autograph III is rightfully considered the best progressive lens on the market today by many independent optometrists and opticians. If you already wear progressive lenses, you’ll appreciate that no matter how much your glasses improve your vision, there are some limitations.

You may notice a swimming effect at the sides of your lenses or have a narrower field of vision than you would like. The Shamir Autograph is the first and only varifocal lens that eliminates these annoying constraints, giving you ultimate vision with no compromise.

 

Shamir Computer™ & Shamir WorkSpace™

Quality Eyeglass Lenses in Enid, OKLens Characteristics:

Advanced Freeform lens with special optical design for focus on the computer screen and the close working environment.

  • Customized to varied work needs
  • Shamir Computer: Excellent vision for close tasks with an optimal depth of field up to 1.5m
  • Shamir WorkSpace: Excellent vision for close tasks or mid distance viewing with an optimal depth of field up to 3m
  • Minimum fitting height: 14mm

Uses: Ideal for focus on close working environment

  • Highly suited to computer work
  • Functions as sophisticated reading glasses

Advantages:

  • Allows perfect vision for both reading and computer use
  • Very low distortion level
  • Covers wide range of prescriptions: reading power of -6.00 to +8.00[D]
  • Helps prevent the discomfort of Computer Vision Syndrome