OXFORD, U.K.—Adlens has revealed two new frame styles for AdlensFocuss, the world’s first prescription adjustable focus eyewear.

Designed by preeminent frame designer and president of Focus Group West, Blake Kuwahara, the new styles, Chroma and Echo, use magnesium in place of aluminum in key internal components for greater comfort and durability, the company said.

“I designed Chroma and Echo to offer the wearer comfort and cutting-edge style,” said Kuwahara. “Both are carefully sculpted with graduated curvatures, tumbled for up to 72 hours and then polished to give each frame a custom finish.”

AdlensFocuss eyewear features Variable Power Optics (VPO) technology that mimics the eye’s natural behavior and allows patients to adjust their vision between near, intermediate and distance. According to the company, VPO technology offer wearers an unprecedented field of vision, providing four times more usable lens area than the best progressive lenses available.

“The technology that AdlensFocuss uses is revolutionary, and this incredible lens functionality deserves to be teamed with frames that will flatter the wearer,” said David Eichelberger, senior vice president of variable power optics at Adlens. “We’ve already had an overwhelmingly positive reaction to AdlensFocuss and we’re excited to reveal the new generation frames.”

Chroma and Echo will be available in four different colors, offering eight new options in total.

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