Superfocus launches new collection of adjustable focus eyewearDecember 12, 2012
Superfocus LLC, creators of award-winning adjustable focus eyeglasses, launched its new Leonardo Collection this month. Leonardo offers alternative style, together with user-friendly technology, at a more affordable price.
Superfocus glasses allow users to adjust focus for perfect clarity, at any distance, through the entire lens. All it takes is a simple touch to the bridge of the glasses.
Unlike bifocals or progressives, Superfocus lenses have no zones or lines. For this reason, there is no distortion, blurriness or “jump” in the wearer’s field of view.
Superfocus also eliminates the need to carry multiple pairs of glasses for different tasks or activities. They work under any lighting condition and are ideal for virtually any leisure or professional activity. The intended market is the 70 million Americans who wear prescription glasses to correct presbyopia.
The Leonardo Collection
With its next-generation, the Leonardo Collection, eyeglass design has been reimagined. Leonardo offers the superior optical quality inherent in Superfocus Technology, but with more conventional styling.
The Superfocus Leonardo collection features “Focus Module + Frame” construction.
The Focus Module, produced in the company’s manufacturing facility in southern California, incorporates an updated version of Superfocus’ patented adjustable focus technology. It includes an easy-to-use wheel (located on the bridge), which enables clear focus to be dialed-in effortlessly. Leonardo Collection frames are custom-crafted in Italy from the highest-quality cellulose acetate. They are initially available in attractive light or dark tortoise, and their styling is ideal for all-day wear. Leonardo Collection glasses may be ordered with clear, tinted, or Transitions front lenses to fit each individual’s preference and lifestyle.