Born from the experience and the excellent results of the Daitach progressive, the wearer is presented with a new level of versatility thanks to a special STABILIZED FILTER that allows for a greater range of the distant and near areas and a better balancing of the areas of vision.
The benefits to wearers:
- clearer and wider distant visual area, representing 50% of the entire surface of the lens, ideal for dynamic activities such as driving and sports;
- intermediate visual area perfectly balanced with optimization of the outlying areas;
- wide near-vision zone (15% greater compared to DAITACH), for maximum comfort in reading;
- 20% thinner than all other free-form lenses.
The secret? THE STABILIZED FILTER, a surface built from the sum of thousands of algorithms, able to create an optimized calculated matrix in real time after the order is placed. Each lens is thus designed exactly by combining individual viewing powers without short cuts. The degree of ametropia and presbyopia has great influence in the use of different areas of the progressive lens. That is why it is important to manage the geometry of the lens in order to obtain a high balance between the areas of vision in order to make sure that it fits perfectly to the visual needs of the wearer and to the chosen frame. Thanks to the introduction of the stabilization filter, DAITACH STAB lenses are created by distributing power and unwanted astigmatism, resulting in the construction of each progressive lens, in areas minutely identified during the calculation phase.
The geometry of the DAITACH STAB is obtained through the combination of several variables: interpupillary distance, power from distance, extra power, diameter of the lens, balancing prisms, frame model and length of the personalized corridor.
The wide flexibility offered allows for high customization of DAITACH STAB progression corridors of variables from 10 mm to 17 mm and therefore with a minimum mounting height varying from 13 mm to 22 mm.
FROM TODAY IT IS POSSIBLE TO CUSTOMIZE THE DAITACH STAB aking in account variables such as: the client’s physiognomy characteristics, the frame chosen and the position of use.