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Old 11-08-2020, 12:55 PM   #7081
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Lowering your eyes too see computer, that seems strange, for progressive most individuals with degree issue will have to tilt their chin up more to see better.

It might have to do with the prescription/adjustment or the frame measurements. Hard to tell through the forum like this. Maybe you can check back with them.

Current prescription Hoya, Do you mean using a new hoya prescription lenses? any idea what brand is it? If no image, you have any more details to elaborate?
Hoya prescription lenses are from 2+ years ago:
Here is the info:
PD:65/63 right:32.5 left:32.5
Sphere Cyl. Axis. Add
Right -5.75 -2.75 10 +2.00
Left -6.75 -1.75 5 +2.00
R 2161J - 1.6 iD classic SFT
L 2161J - 1.6 iD classic SFT

OWA prescription:
PD Sphere Cyl. Axis. Add
Right 32.5 -6.25 -2.00 2 +2.25
Left 32.5 -6.75 -1.75 5 +2.25
Prestige 1.67
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Old 11-08-2020, 01:02 PM   #7082
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Hoya prescription lenses are from 2+ years ago:
Here is the info:
PD:65/63 right:32.5 left:32.5
Sphere Cyl. Axis. Add
Right -5.75 -2.75 10 +2.00
Left -6.75 -1.75 5 +2.00
R 2161J - 1.6 iD classic SFT
L 2161J - 1.6 iD classic SFT

OWA prescription:
PD Sphere Cyl. Axis. Add
Right 32.5 -6.25 -2.00 2 +2.25
Left 32.5 -6.75 -1.75 5 +2.25
Prestige 1.67
Quite a big difference in terms of prescription. I would recommend getting a 2nd opinion on the prescription. After that, slowly narrow down the problem
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Old 11-08-2020, 01:18 PM   #7083
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Do you mind letting us know what is your age right now? When did you do your lasik? Also did the deterioration of your vision only started during CB period. I.e March onwards?

26. I did lasik in 2017. Yea. It became blur after March onwards. Stay at home for 2 months before I realise canít really see the sign as clearly.
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Old 11-08-2020, 03:43 PM   #7084
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Hoya prescription lenses are from 2+ years ago:
Here is the info:
PD:65/63 right:32.5 left:32.5
Sphere Cyl. Axis. Add
Right -5.75 -2.75 10 +2.00
Left -6.75 -1.75 5 +2.00
R 2161J - 1.6 iD classic SFT
L 2161J - 1.6 iD classic SFT

OWA prescription:
PD Sphere Cyl. Axis. Add
Right 32.5 -6.25 -2.00 2 +2.25
Left 32.5 -6.75 -1.75 5 +2.25
Prestige 1.67
ID is and still is the second highest tier lenses in hoya progressive lens right now, though it has been rename to mystyle profile.
As what user gardens3b mentioned, I do find it strange your astigmatism has changed like this. I also would recommend another second opinion.

Based on prescription wise, we see a difference mainly on the right eye, apart from the addition/laohua power of +0.25 more which is pretty normal.

I am not so sure how good is their prestige series but itís not easy to match the comfort of the hoya ID/mystyle profile.

As I mentioned earlier too, frame size changes, the corridor given to you and other factors might affect. Go for the second opinion bro!
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Old 11-08-2020, 03:45 PM   #7085
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Ok, have you went for any eyecheck so far?

There are afew possibilities, though what I suspect for now could be the the power reduced from the lasik is creeping back, coupled with your screen time, itís causing your blurriness.



26. I did lasik in 2017. Yea. It became blur after March onwards. Stay at home for 2 months before I realise canít really see the sign as clearly.
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Old 11-08-2020, 03:56 PM   #7086
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For the lenses yes but for frame and lenses, a little hard... maybe raise the Budget to 400 then it’s possible!
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Old 11-08-2020, 05:20 PM   #7087
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Ok, have you went for any eyecheck so far?

There are afew possibilities, though what I suspect for now could be the the power reduced from the lasik is creeping back, coupled with your screen time, itís causing your blurriness.

Doc say itís fine and use too much screen. Suggest wearing spec while using com.
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Old 11-08-2020, 05:25 PM   #7088
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The doc you went to is an ophthalmologist? Or those normal gp?

Doc say itís fine and use too much screen. Suggest wearing spec while using com.
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Old 11-08-2020, 06:01 PM   #7089
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The doc you went to is an ophthalmologist? Or those normal gp?
Oph. The 1 I went for lasik.
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Old 11-08-2020, 06:38 PM   #7090
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Ok. Then as suggested, go get your eyes check and tested and see whatís the outcome. Then get a blue light filter lenses to reduce the glare.

Oph. The 1 I went for lasik.
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Old 11-08-2020, 09:10 PM   #7091
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I tried this online test https://myvisionprofile.zeiss.com/#intro and it recommended zeiss smartlife

1) what is the price range?
2) is smartlife under single vision, digital lens or something else?
3) what's the differences between working lens and digital lens?
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Old 12-08-2020, 10:48 AM   #7092
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I am guessing itís good for consumer but for retail doing the promo, itís abit of a loss in earning so understandably some places do not/may not want to promote it.

Or I could always recommend you to afew places I know that does it
Thanks Gansterkia. My friend informed me that Nanyang optical that there is promotion where purchase voucher from Shopee at discount of 15%.
Could i know the retail price for Zeiss Superb? Thanks.
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Old 12-08-2020, 11:10 AM   #7093
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If you want lenses that has blue light filter and can even Turn Dark in the car,
I suggest 1.67 Hoya Sync 3 +Sensity dark+blue control.
Any place to recommend ?
wonder if i should go for 1.74 cos of my degree.
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Old 12-08-2020, 12:20 PM   #7094
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Zeiss superb
1.5 990
1.6 1190
1.67 1690
1.74 2290

Seems like the free upgrade promo cheaper though. But itís entirely your choice.

From precision plus(You pay this to upgrade to superb)(Dk if the shop giving you extra discount)
1.5 750
1.6 950
1.67 1450
1.74 1950

Thanks Gansterkia. My friend informed me that Nanyang optical that there is promotion where purchase voucher from Shopee at discount of 15%.
Could i know the retail price for Zeiss Superb? Thanks.
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Old 12-08-2020, 12:20 PM   #7095
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Hmm any preferred/convenient area of your choice?

Any place to recommend ?
wonder if i should go for 1.74 cos of my degree.
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