Custom fitting process
How to buy an ergonomic vision solution
Producing an ergonomic vision solution requires exact individual measurements of the user. In addition, requirements must often be clarified and different options compared in order to select the most appropriate product combination. The first step in purchasing loupes or glasses is to book an appointment with an MO specialist for a fitting. A thorough fitting takes approximately 30–60 minutes, and this can be carried out during a customer visit
, at an authorised optical shop
or at a sales exhibition
2. Ergonomic analysis
The fitting appointment starts with a mapping of the customer’s work ergonomics. In addition to the work posture, the location of the most important viewed objects has a major effect on the flow of work. Any related problems are defined as part of the ergonomic analysis, and means to improve the situation with optics are identified.
3. Visual acuity
After discussing the good working posture and the location of the most important viewed objects, the required vision correction and most appropriate lens type that best meets the requirements of the working environment are specified. The results of a standard visual acuity test carried out by an optician or ophthalmologist are used as the starting values. For this reason, we recommend that you have your visual acuity tested already before the actual fitting appointment.
4. Selecting and fitting products
Thousands of different vision solutions can be created using the MO products. Based on information obtained in the previous phases, our specialist will help you choose a product combination that will ensure the best end result for both visual acuity and ergonomics. The selected products are carefully fitted for the user, and all information collected during the fitting appointment is entered into our order system which forwards it directly into production.
Your tailor-made vision solution is delivered ready for use. It will help you see clearly while guiding you to work in a good ergonomic posture. It might take a while to get accustomed to the new way of working, as the difference to the previous situation may be significant. It will take approximately one week to adapt, and after two weeks you would not even consider going back to the old way.