Pasch Optical Laboratory, Inc.

31 Jan.,2023


Custom Conical lenses

Recent News

» Participate in Visions of the Week Photo Contest!

We are delighted to announce the launch of "Visions of the Week", our weekly photo contest which starts on Sep 24th. Every week, we are going to post 3 captivating photographs from our application, "What do you SEE with Nikon Lenswear". Start uploading your most compelling and dynamic photos to the application for a chance to have your best shots selected by Nikon and showcased to our community.

Anyone who "likes" Nikon Lenswear on facebook can participate by using the I SEE APP!

» Now accepting Vision Benefits of America.

Vision Benefits of America (VBA) is a non-profit preferred provider organization (PPO) that has been delivering value-packed group vision benefits for 45 years!

They were one of the first PPOs in the nation to focus exclusively on managed vision care benefits for Corporations, Municipalities, School Districts, Health & Welfare Funds, Hospitals, and HMOs.

Presently, VBA provides managed vision care benefits for more than 3,000 clients, representing 1.5 million covered members!

» Pasch Optical welcomes new Signature Choice Accounts.

VSP has added a new plan called Signature Choice. Pasch Optical is proud to have been chosen as one of the few Signature Choice labs in this region. This allows us to continue serving our existing accounts with expanded coverage and opens the door to serve new clients who will appreciate Pasch Optical's superior customer service and quality. Pasch Optical is the only full service lab in Colorado with in house AR capabilities. We process all Zeiss© anti-reflective coatings, both gold and blue and including Zeiss© Cool Mirrors. Our service does not end there however, as we also process Teflon© AR!

Call or email us with any questions that you might have about Signature Choice or any of the other products and services we have for you.

» Drivewear™ Lenses from Younger Optics and Transitions.

In the past, clear eyewear was enough. In bright light conditions, polarized sunwear was enough. This is no longer true. Today our lives are strongly influenced by the automobile, which has changed the way we experience the outdoors. We need a third category of lenses in our modern, automobile-centered world. Drivewear.

Drivewear lenses are capable of sensing and reacting to varying light conditions both outside and behind the windshield of the car. From bright sunlight accompanied by intense, blinding glare, to overcast inclement conditions, Drivewear lenses provide the wearer with the appropriate visual solution.

Drivewear lenses provide glare protection through polarization and enhance and protect vision through photochromics which respond to both visible and UV light. By combining the strengths of two of the most important technologies in eyewear today we have developed the lens of tomorrow, Drivewear.

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» Pasch offers the new Shamir Creation™ Flat and Exact.

Shamir Creation: Developed with patented Freeform Optics™, providing design resolution up to six times more accurate than cast PALS. Shamir Creation, introduced in an extended base curve selection (up to 20 percent more than a leading competitor) provides flatter, cosmetically superior lenses (up to 40 percent flatter). This extensive base curve selection not only produces flatter lenses, but also results in an optimally divided prescription range that guarantees the best optical performance for each prescription.

Freedom Optics: The semi-finished PALs produced using previous technologies required the use of ceramic molds (also known as mechanical molds). These mechanical molds replicate the lens design with up to 6/100 diopters. Freedom Optics patented software bypasses the ceramic molds and creates digital molds (glass molds). Freedom Optics molds provide up to six times more resolution.

Cosmetically Superior: Shamir Creation is available in six different base curves (up to 20 percent more than leading competitive lenses). As a result, the prescription range is optimally divided between these base curves in order to guarantee the best optical performance for each prescription. The end result: superior optical quality in a flatter and thinner lens (up to 40 percent flatter).