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Use of the double-sided aspheric design reduces changes in the face line caused by some spectacles to give a natural, beautiful impression.
This is an image of S-6.00D. SEIKO's previous lens used 1.50 monomer.
The two properties of the double-sided aspheric curve design that features aspheric surfaces on both the front and back surfaces plus the high refractive-index monomer, have made it possible to produce an extremely thin lens. The numerical value that indicates the ability of the lens material to refract light is called the "refractive index" and the higher this index, the thinner the lens. SEIKO has succeeded in achieving a lens 50% thinner than that of ordinary plastic lenses with its SPG-AZ, a lens that uses a material with a high refractive index of 1.74. SEIKO can offer the thinner lens that wearers have ever experienced in their life. Being thin also means being lightweight. This lens is 40% lighter than ordinary plastic lenses, solving problems such as spectacles sliding down the nose or traces left by nose pads on the sides of the nose.
|Product Name||Thinness||UV Cut off||Reflection Resistance||Contamination Resistance||Scratch Resistance||Anti-static Resistance||Reducing blue light||Blocking UV rays reflected from the back||Fogging Resistance|
S：Standard specifications OP：Option
|Product Name||Refractive Index||Specific Gravity||Abbe Value||Quality Assurance Mark|