Robertson Optical Introduces Cozē
Lenses & Technology for Vision Care Professionals

Published June 2010


june_2010_Robertson_Optical_IntroducesRobertson Optical Laboratories is introducing Cozē, its own brand of customized, free-form progressive lenses. With Customized Optical Zone Enhancement (Cozē) technology from Robertson Optical, these progressive lenses are up to 30 percent wider in all viewing zones than traditional premium progressives.

“Cozē progressive lenses exceed the performance of conventional premium progressives and we sell them at a moderate price,” said Mike Fussell, sales and customer service manager of Robertson Optical of Atlanta (Loganville), GA.

Robertson produces Cozē lenses at its Loganville, Ga., facility using new, in-house digital surfacing technology. John Westbrooks, surfacing manager of Robertson Optical Laboratories of Atlanta, is shown here producing a pair of the lenses.

Robertson is offering Cozē lenses in several versions. Cozē Soft, which is designed for first time wearers, features wide stable intermediate and near viewing, and is recommended for low-to-medium add powers. Cozē HDW for seasoned progressive lens wearers. It features wide distance viewing for visually demanding users, and is recommended for adds 2.00 and above. Cozē Single Vision features an atoric digital back curve that improves a patient’s vision by creating edge-to-edge clarity that is not obtainable with standard single vision lenses, according to Fussell.

Cozē progressive lenses are available in standard plastic, Transitions gray and brown, Trivex, 1.60 high index, 1.67 high index and polarized gray and Brown. Designs are available with various corridor lengths that will fit virtually any frame with seg heights as low as 14mm and as high as 28mm, according to Robertson.

By Andrew Karp