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ESS Offers Rx Lens Filling Service

February 20, 2006  |  ESS UPDATES
ESS Offers Rx Lens Filling Service

Sun Valley, Idaho, USA

ESS is pleased to offer an online prescription filling service that provides a one-stop prescription eyewear solution at competitive prices.

ESS uses skilled optometrists familiar with the proper techniques necessary to optimize the corrective function of the lenses with ESS eyewear. These optometrists also ensure that only high-grade, shatter-resistant polycarbonate lens material is used, helping maximize impact protection.

Prescription lenses can now be filled for any of the Rx Inserts offered by ESS, as well as for any ESS sunglass, including the Recon™, Flyby™ and Fusion™. 

To have your ESS Rx Inserts or ESS sunglasses made Rx Ready, simply visit www.esseyepro.com and navigate to the accessory or sunglass that you would like filled with your prescription.  Click "Add to Cart" and follow the directions on the screen. 

If at any point you have troubles reading the prescription from your optometrist or completing the online form, please contact Mountain West Optical at (208) 734-3937 or terry@mountainwestoptical.com before placing your order.

Important Safety Note on Rx Lenses:
Corrective lenses supplied by ESS are made of high-grade polycarbonate and have superior impact protection than is offered by glass and other lens materials, but due to the variability of corrective lens thicknesses, prescription lenses cannot be certified as compliant with ANSI Z87.1 or military ballistic impact standards.


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