Rodenstock Journal

Spectacles are our passion – this is where we feel at home for more than 140 years. With the Rodenstock Journal we want to share our enthusiasm and know-how with you and inform you about current news, products, highlights and trends relating to spectacles.

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What drivers should look out for when buying glasses.

Safety, driven by vision - because you simply drive better with a clear view in any position

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Tips for buying children's glasses.

Learn here about what to consider when buying children's glasses.

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An easy guide to eyesight terminology

Myopia, hyperopia, dioptre, presbyopia and astigmatism - Rodenstock expert Tom Reiter explains the most important specialist terms in ophthalmic optics.

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Proper cleaning of spectacles.

Maintain crystal-clear visibility with proper cleaning of your spectacles. Also find out which cleaning methods should be avoided so your spectacles last a long time.

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Plastic vs. mineral glass – which lens is better?

Whereas the choice of spectacle frame mainly depends on face shape and taste, other criteria apply to lenses.

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X-tra Clean lenses

Extra clean: X-tra Clean – the new standard for crystal clear vision. With the smoothest Rodenstock lenses of all time, you'll see more while cleaning less.

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Are computer spectacles only suitable for the computer?

Workplace spectacles, near comfort spectacles or spatial spectacles – computer spectacles have many names and what many people do not know: a surprisingly high number of applications.

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Which spectacles suit me?

With spectacles there are shapes that flatter one person, but do not suit another person. Determine your face shape and find out which spectacles suit you best.

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The Rodenstock lens guarantee card – So you know what's going on!

A lens passport looks really complicated at first glance. But when you know what the many abbreviations and symbols mean it is really easy to read.

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