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Optical Shop

Optical Shop

Royal Optic, an optical shop with state-of-the art technology capable of determining

and filling eyeglass prescriptions, recently opened its doors in Phnom Penh.

The shop is equipped with instruments imported from France including a phoropter

to assess vision capabilities and a computerized edging machine used to cut lenses

to any desired shape.

Royal Optic stocks a variety of lenses from single vision to bifocal, all of which

are made from "CR 39" and carry the Orma brand name.

The firm has the technology to treat lenses against ultra violet light or to tint


For more specific lenses, such as progressive multifocal or anti-reflection, Royal

Optic offers a 48-hour order and delivery service via the Essilor company in Thailand.


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