established Optivision in 1990. The company would be located in Cliffside Park
until 2006, at which time its offices were moved to Englewood Cliffs, New
services were limited to the consumer eyecare field, by providing
Optometric examinations, patient care and treatment. Optometric
services included the fitting of particularly difficult contact lenses
and providing an extensive on site specialty contact lens inventory.
the course of time the company would expand into other vision care
related products and services. These included exclusive Italian, as
well as Korean and Chinese eyeglass case collections. In March 2000
the US patent office granted Optivision an utility patent for an
instrument, now commonly known as the
This instrument would make the identification of progressive addition
lenses a precise and simple task. Since its inception the PAL-ID has
been sold throughout the world. The instrument can be found on every
continent, and most every quality optical shop, optometric practice
and lens manufacturing laboratory throughout the USA.
More recent innovations
include the Spec Suspender
eyeglass retainer collection, featuring the
Slip-Knot (patent pending) connector.
Currently the company is developing a collection of slim profile and
folding reading glasses, designed and manufactured to a quality level
significantly beyond all existing products currently available in the
"ready reader" marketplace. The most innovative of among these is the
mini folding reading glass.