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Old 06-16-2018, 04:43 PM
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I like 1109 (second one down - gray coating).
I've noticed the numbers change on my box of rods too every other one I pull out is either 6011 or 1109 cant see any difference as they both burn exactly like the other
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Old 06-16-2018, 05:38 PM
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Rod, how easy is it to ensure you actually end up with the glasses measured to your need of a start and end point for the bi-focal portion? For fit and comfort?

Have you tried these folk and had good luck with the product in use?
All you need is your new prescription & a little patience to be invested it shopping for the frames & other details you prefer.
One key thing: make your prescriber write your pupillary distance on your prescription. That is the distance center to center of your eyeballs.
It is critical and you cannot order without it.

Zenni is very good at making sure you transfer your prescription correctly to the order form. When I screwed one up they caught it and corrected it.

Year before last, after my 2nd cataract surgery, I ordered 3 pair:
1. Bifocals with a light tint
2. Single vision no tint just for computer & tv (a separate prescription for about 18 inches to roughly 10 feet)
3. Single vision sunglasses
I have never been happier with glasses, especially the computer glasses.
They are sooooo much more comfortable than trying to use bifocals.

If I remember correctly the total cost was $126. About half of that was the bifocals.

When I told my old buddy Harold (about my age) about Zenni he and his wife went nuts over the prices. As a bonus, he discovered that the "scratch resistant coating" that he'd been paying $30 extra for is free at Zenni. Molly wound up ordering 5 pair, he ordered 2 or 3, all for about the price he'd been paying for one pair of bifocals.
The glasses are so much cheaper than local retail that my daughter sometimes orders glasses to match a new outfit or to go with her shoes.
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Old 06-24-2018, 03:23 PM
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"Airco/Murex/Lincoln EasyArc E6011C"

My old boss used to force me to use this stuff - on structural. 7018 was clearly the correct rod to use, but I will admit even though I much prefer 7018, this was the nicest running 6011 I have ever ran.
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