Rydon Docking Clips Version 2 for High Powered - Frozen Ash
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THE NEW HIGH CORRECTION SPORT OPTION - OUTSTANDING FUNCTIONALITY - MAXIMUM VALUE - MINIMAL STYLE
After years of research, we have re-engineered our Optical Dock, one of the Rudy Project most versatile and popular optical sport solutions, to provide prescription wearers with an even more integrated and elegant solution.
Thanks to its new seamless design and wider shape, the new full rim optical interface combines style with the outstanding versatility and simplicity of the Optical Dock platform, expanding at the same time its prescription range for even higher corrections. The Optical Dock 2 is an easily RX-able 6-Base full rim clip in soft yet durable polymer, allowing any lens material to be mounted, including entry-level edging processes. The new shape offers a wider field of view and a broader range of prescriptions (either standard or progressive) allowing vision to be corrected even for higher and more complex corrections in a minimal and integrated package.
The Optical Dock 2 clips are interchangeable, easy to mount thanks to a proprietary screw-less system, and fully compatible with our award winning ‘Rydon’ model; it is the perfect solution for patients who need substantial vision correction and want to benefit from the design, technology and comfort of Rudy Project sunglasses, allowing opticians to have more flexibility in handling while offering effective low budget solutions.
If you have not purchased a Rydon sunglass you will need to go this.
Once you get the Rydon Sunglass and the RX Docks, you will then need to take it to your local optometrist or use one of our expert dealers
They will ask you questions like -
- What lens tint do you want?
- What vision, single or progressive vision
- Do you want a lens coating
They then send the whole lot to the optical lab to manufacture your lens.
There are so many different options that it's impossible to pin point an actual price. It depends on vision, lens tint, coating, lens material.
To provide a rough base look at
- Single Vision $150 - $400
- Progressive Vision - $250 - $650
Depending on the labs and the lens material used, we have seen some optometrist go up to -11 combined power so generally it's very big powers