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Trivex Lens Specialist Community Blog | Diversifying your lens portfolio
When recommending a lens material for your customers, it can be helpful to think of the business philosophy, “Value for Money.” In short, “Value for Money” is the idea that for every dollar spent on a product or service, the purchaser gets a certain amount of value or use in return.
I hear a comment very often – “Trivex lenses are expensive.” Are they? What would you say? I would re-phrase it differently and say that Trivex lenses are more expensive than standard 1.5 lenses. The reason is to be found in the chemistry of the material and the production process of Trivex lenses.
I will write this article focusing on 3 questions and I will try to keep my answers short:
“I am not that rich to buy cheap.”
I found this article on CNNMoney couple of months ago and I put it in my memory as I wanted to share with you. The article explains the difference between Ray-Ban Original Wayfarer Classic sunglasses that costs $150 and the copy of those sunglasses that costs $5-$30?. If you have time, please read the comments below from general public…whether they would buy sunglasses for $150 and some comments about what it is that they are looking for in their sunglasses. I thought it was interesting read.
With many other products in many other industries, a model becomes “old” when it’s replaced with a “new” one. I know that may sound simple, but it’s true. Can you describe it any differently?