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Regard features a Fine-tuning Design that provides optimum aspheric surface aberration correction for each power.
This lens eliminates differences in optical performance occurring in power gradations and provides greater comfort of fit than previous standard progressive lenses.
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Regard features short corridors of 12mm and 14mm, and this means that the lens can be neatly accommodated in shallow, an achievement difficult to realize with previous progressive lenses.
This is an image of S-6.00. SEIKO's previous lens used 1.50 monomer.
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. Regard features a lineup of 2 types of material: High index 1.67 material and 1.60 material. Regard 1.67 in particular is 40% thinner and 35% lighter than previous front surface progressive lenses.
|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||Progressive Power Corridor (mm)||Quality Assurance Mark|
|Regard 1.67||1.67||1.36||32||12 14|
|Regard 1.60||1.60||1.30||42||12 14|