CRIZAL A2

Crizal just name of ARC(anti reflecting coating). This lens used in increasingly transparent,Crizal is an international brand that is  a type of lens that is virtually invisible provides anti-reflection, scratch resistant, ease of cleaning, and durability to the wearer. State-of-the-art, no-glare properties are combined with double-sided scratch resistance and a finish that repels water. Crizal coatings ensure perfectly clear vision by attacking its eyeglasses 5 worst enemies:

- Glare, caused by reflections, especially at night, or when working on the computer.
- Smudges, which diffuse light as it hits the lens and blur your vision.
- Scratches, which reduce visual comfort.
- Dust, which can be an obstacle to sharp vision.
- Water drops, which distort vision.

A constant search for improvement  The first Essilor treatments appeared in 1967 on mineral lenses.In 1992, the launch of Crizal revolutionized the universe of treatments on organic lenses, providing a genuine efficiency against scratches and smudges.Since then, the Crizal range is constantly evolving thanks to the most recent advanced technologies. Our aim is to satisfy the first need of wearers: clarity of vision.

Crizal key dates

- 1992: Creation of the Crizal treatment
- 2003: Introduction of Crizal Alizé, offering drastically improved smudge resistance efficiency
- 2006: Introduction of Crizal A2, with antistatic properties to repel dust.
- 2007: Launch of Crizal Sun, the first anti-reflective lens specifically developped for sunwear.
- 2009: Launch of Crizal Forte, the most advanced anti-reflective lens on the market with unequalled scratch resistance and water repellence.
- 2010: Launches of Crizal Easy & Crizal Alizé+, for a complete range of super smudge resistance lenses.

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26 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. saurabh
    Dec 22, 2010 @ 17:29:25

    pls tell us the aprox price of CRIZAL A2 lens

    laxminagar

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  2. akriti
    Oct 12, 2011 @ 17:51:13

    how to differentiate if the lens is Crizal/CrizalA2/Ordinary?
    what is the price difference between three types?

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    • Bontonlaxminagar
      Oct 17, 2011 @ 13:16:47

      thnx your comments first of is crizal lens that is use in if r u
      1— system work
      2– driving in night
      3– read or write a full light room

      this 3 place the light reflection is more power than that crizal lens cut all kind of reflection and u see more clear other ordinary lens.
      Crizal just name of arc (anti reflection coating).

      and price
      if u purchase crizal 1500 with A2 1975 and ordinary lens 650..

      Reply

  3. ASIM
    Jan 17, 2012 @ 17:27:31

    hi
    my power is -o.75 & -0.5 so,what will be the price of crizal A2 lenses.

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  4. ganesh
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 21:32:41

    Can you answer ,how to differentiate crizal A2 lens with crizal lens, hence i have been seeing only crizal logo on crizal A2 lens.

    And if the eye power for one eye less than 3(like 2.5),other eye power is above three..
    then what should the price they could charge..

    Thanks
    Ganesh

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  5. jay
    Mar 17, 2012 @ 22:38:38

    Hi, How much will it cost for Crizal2+Transition Gray+Anti glare for below numbers for both eyes.
    Sph(5.00) Cyl(1.00) Axis(1.80)

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    • Bontonlaxminagar
      Apr 12, 2012 @ 17:01:55

      sir your power is very high than if u purchage high index lens in crizal a2 + transition than lens cost around of 9000
      and index is 1.59 the lens material is polycarbonet…

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  6. jay
    Apr 12, 2012 @ 18:20:27

    I purchased a regular index Crizal A2+Transition, but can’t see the name on the glasses if fogged. Could these not be a Crizal A2 lenses?

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    • Bontonlaxminagar
      Apr 28, 2012 @ 11:44:34

      sir if u purchased Crizal a2 and not fogged in lens. than u ask your retailer not fogged certificate if he give u than the lens is original or not.

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  7. ashutosh
    Jun 02, 2012 @ 13:58:54

    Plz tell me the price of crizal a2 lenses in different refractory indexes and also what other superior options I have. My power is -8.50 d both eye

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  8. Vivek
    Aug 15, 2012 @ 16:55:55

    My power is -1.5 and -1.25. If I use Higher index Like 1.56 ( Poly-carbonate ).. then is there in problem? and what is ur suggestion for my eye power?

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    • Bontonlaxminagar
      Dec 29, 2012 @ 15:53:57

      dear sir,
      Poly carbonate lens is only for unbreakable lens if u want u try it no any problem there.

      Reply

  9. Vinay
    Aug 19, 2012 @ 19:08:51

    sir i bought Crizal A2 + Grey Transitions , the optician did not provide me a certificate inseated wrote on a paper that ” SV 1.5 CR Transition 6 ”
    Now i want to know whether it is original A2 + transitions.

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    • Bontonlaxminagar
      Dec 29, 2012 @ 15:50:30

      dear sir,
      Just fog your lens u see print crizal ok
      and transitions lens when u come in room he clear white with in 2 mint ok..

      Reply

  10. Nitin
    Nov 21, 2012 @ 12:09:55

    What would be price of Crizal Easy & Crizal Alizé+; for following numbers
    L : -2.50 no Cyl
    R : -2.25 no Cyl

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    • Bontonlaxminagar
      Dec 29, 2012 @ 15:45:24

      dear sir,
      now in india just available crizal, crizal a2 and crizal furte(UV)

      crizal almost 1975 and crizal furte almost 2220..

      Reply

  11. Sunny
    Dec 10, 2012 @ 00:23:19

    Crizal lenses r scratch resistant but i found some scratches on my crizal a2 glasses

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    • Bontonlaxminagar
      Dec 29, 2012 @ 15:43:09

      dear sir,
      no any lens made in world scratches prurf just he depend how to use your glasses. daily wash two time in a day morg or evening ok…

      Reply

  12. Naveen
    Jan 17, 2013 @ 22:03:36

    hi my power is 0.5 and 1.1. then what is the cost of crizal A2 crystal !!!

    Reply

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