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Lansa OpticWare: equipment for opticians and eyecare professionals

Optician barge

Optician Workshop Barges (x10)

39,00 excluding tax

LANSA Standards 17 mm adhesive pads (Nidek ™)

34,50 excluding tax
Adhesive vellum labels 44 x 12.7 mm

Adhesive Velin labels 44 x 12.7 mm

17,90420,00 excluding tax
Pallarium Universal Solder

Universal Solder with Silver Pallarium

54,90 excluding tax
Prime Press On 3M

3M™ Press-On™ Prism

25,90 excluding tax

Cutter (Briot) Ø 1.0 mm - Left

25,90 excluding tax

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Lansa OpticWare: hardware specialist for opticians since 1963

Our company offers a wide range of equipment for optician premium quality from top brands (Loctite, Nidek, GFC, Zebra and more). We have everything you need for your optical practice, whether it's measuring instruments, glasses or contact lenses. Trust our expertise and choose our optician equipment to equip your practice.

Optician tools, discover our many references

In order to meet the needs of all our customers, our team strives every day to find the best products in terms of equipment for optician. We are constantly on the lookout for our customers' requests and do our utmost to be at the forefront of innovation in this area.

How to choose the right optician equipment?

It is important to choose the right optician equipment to ensure optimal operation of your equipment and provide quality care to your patients or clients. Here are some tips to help you choose the right equipment. Tailor your choice to your business needs: Make sure you choose hardware that meets your business needs. For example, if you work in an eye care environment, you will need different instruments than if you work in an optical store. Go for quality: Choose top quality material that has been tested and approved by optical professionals. This will ensure optimal operation of your equipment and increased durability. Consider maintenance and repair: make sure you have a maintenance and repair service for your optical equipment so that you can keep it in perfect working order. Take technological innovations into account: Stay informed of the latest technological innovations in optician equipment. Advances in technology can open up new possibilities and improve the quality of care you can provide to your patients. Be sure to choose hardware that incorporates these latest technological advancements.

Where to find professional equipment for opticians at the best price?

There are several options for finding optician equipment at the best price. Here are some ideas. Buy online: There are many websites that sell optical equipment at competitive prices. Wholesale websites may offer lower prices than physical stores. Be sure to do your research to find the best prices. Buy from manufacturers: You can also buy directly from manufacturers of optical equipment. This can allow you to benefit from lower prices, since there are no profit margins for resellers. Buy second-hand: you can also find second-hand optician equipment at attractive prices. Be sure to check the condition of the equipment before buying it and make sure it is still in good working order. Buy in bulk: If you need multiple pieces of optician's equipment, you can also consider buying in bulk. Wholesalers may offer lower prices for quantity purchases. It is important to note that price is not always the most important factor when buying optician's equipment. Be sure to choose top quality material, which has been tested and approved by optical professionals, to ensure optimal operation of your equipment and durability.

What are the professional machines for opticians?

There are several optician shop machines that can be used to make and repair eyeglasses and contact lenses. Here are some examples of commonly used machines. Spectacle grinder: A spectacle grinder is used to machine spectacle lenses. It can be used to cut glasses, to polish them and to drill them. Lens Slicer: A lens slicer is used to cut contact lenses to size. It can also be used to cut spectacle lenses. Edger: an edger is used to shape spectacle lenses. It can be used to edge glasses, to drill them and to polish them. Centering: A centering is used to center the spectacle lenses in the frames. It can also be used to center contact lenses in cases. Automatic cutter: an automatic cutter is used to cut spectacle lenses to the desired shape. It can also be used to cut contact lenses. Polishing machines: Polishing machines are used to polish spectacle lenses and contact lenses to make them optically correct. Inspection machines: inspection machines are used to check the quality of spectacle lenses and contact lenses, to check optical parameters and to detect defects. It is important to note that this list is not exhaustive and there are other optician workshop machines that can be used depending on the needs of the workshop. It is therefore important to properly assess your professional needs to choose the machines best suited to your activity.

What tools and optical equipment are needed for visual correction and eye comfort?

Essilor is a company specializing in optical equipment. It offers a wide range of corrective lenses for different types of visual correction such as presbyopia and progressive lenses. Opticians can help customers choose the perfect frame for their pair of glasses. The eye examination carried out by the ophthalmologist will make it possible to prescribe the appropriate correction for optimal vision. Correctors should be cut with precision using a saw and sanded with high quality abrasives to ensure optimal visual comfort. The cutting of corrective lenses can be carried out with a multifunction saw blade or a versatile power sander. Metal and stainless steel spectacle frames require a special cutting saw and high-pressure saw blades for best results. End caps for glasses, sunglasses and sunglasses are also available from Essilor to meet different visual needs. Finally, to protect the eyes from the blue light emitted by screens, Essilor offers special lenses. Essilor optical equipment is of high quality and provides sharp and precise visuals for optimal visual comfort.

What features and options are available when choosing glasses from an optician?

Glasses are essential optical equipment for visual health. To choose a suitable pair of glasses, it is important to consult an ophthalmologist for a precise prescription in the event of myopia, astigmatism or hyperopia. Licensed opticians and spectacle makers can then help choose the appropriate frame and corrections, such as progressive lenses or thinner lenses. It is also possible to take incremental steps for clear distance and intermediate vision. Glassmakers can help make anti-reflective sun lenses, designed with vision health in mind. It is also possible to change frames or sunglasses to improve visual acuity and prevent scratches. Sports glasses can also be useful for sharp visual vision and protecting the eyepiece from damage. Finally, thanks to third-party payment and mutual insurance, the purchase of glasses can be simplified and affordable.

What are the advantages of progressive lenses over single lenses for people with visual impairments?

Visual defects can cause headaches and a blurred field of vision. To correct these problems, it is important to consult an optician or an ophthalmologist for a refraction and a prescription for suitable corrective lenses. Progressive lenses are a popular solution for people with presbyopia and provide sharp vision at all distances, near, far and intermediate. Organic and polycarbonate lenses are also popular options, as they are lighter and stronger than plain lenses. Tinted lenses and transitions can help protect eyes from bright light and UV rays. If you already have glasses, you can change glasses for a new pair with progressive or bifocal lenses for intermediate vision. Contact lenses may also be an option for nearsighted or farsighted people who do not want to wear glasses. Whatever the choice, it's important to take care of your eyes by wearing the correct corrective lenses for optimal sharpness and long-term vision health.

Why and how to take care of your eyesight?

It is important to take care of your eyesight to have good vision. Corrective lenses and glasses, such as progressive lenses, simple lenses or even progressive glasses, make it possible to correct visual defects such as myopia, hyperopia or even presbyopia. Anti-reflective lenses also help reduce eyestrain. Choosing the right pair of glasses depends on several factors such as diopter, accommodation, curvature of the cornea and the surface of the lens and retina. Essilor lenses are a great option for clear and sharp optical sight. Prescription lenses can also help prevent cataracts and other age-related eye problems. The centering of the lenses is crucial to ensure optimal vision. Mineral glass lenses can be a more durable option than plastic lenses for active people. If you experience visual fatigue or have vision problems, it is important to consult a qualified optician for a pupillary examination and a precise prescription. Wearing glasses or corrective lenses can greatly improve your quality of life by allowing you to see far and near with clarity and comfort.

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