DescriptionThis model from our rings collection is hand crafted using the micromega patented assembly system.
Very resistant and light, thanks to the use of reinforced titanium for hinges and bridge, these Rodi eyeglasses mount natural brown horn and titanium temples.
The shape of this frame is suitable for the assembling of multifocal lenses.
This shape is good for high prescriptions.
The price shown does not include prescription lenses. Please, request a quote for the total price.
|In this version|
|Frame||Natural Brown Horn and Titanium temples|
|Fit||Standard (130 mm W)|
|Lenses Width (mm)||34|
|Bridge Width (mm)||25|
|Temple length||Standard (100 mm)|
|Available as sunglasses||Yes|
|Good for progressive lenses||Yes|
|Good for prescriptions up to||no restrictions|
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All the Rings Collection glasses can be purchased with as many pairs of rings as you want.
Add more rings to your basket using the selector on the right.
Rings need to be fitted to your glasses before shipping - it is possible to order rings afterwards giving us all the informations on your glasses. Contact us to order new rings on existing glasses.
Varilux Comfort 3.0® is a very good quality of progressive lens, whose geometry foresees wide fields of vision.
The channel for the middle/computer distance and the bottom/reading part is wider than it is in a traditional progressive, allowing the patient to get easily used to the multifocal, particularly indicated for first-time bearers.
Varilux “X” Series® is the best quality of progressive lens available on the market.
A new technology, called Nanoptix®, is used to build them. The geometry of every single point of the lens is similar to a beehive, blending beautifully with the nearby points. This technology helps particularly patients that have a significant difference in correction between the two eyes. The field of vision is very wide, and the channel for middle/computer distance and the bottom/reading part is wider than it is in Varilux Comfort 3.0®.
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