These are the newest multifocals from Cibavision. Apparently they have been\navailable in Europe for a while (I don't know about Asia or Africa), and are\njust starting to become available, or will be soon, in the US market. (They\nare listed now on the Cibavision US web site, and are listed on US online\nretailer sites, although some say "out of stock", so I'm not sure if they\nare actually available yet here, or will be soon. (They may be available in\ndoctor's offices now, at least trials, without being available for purchase\nonline. Don't know.)\n\nI would like to know-\-has anyone reading this worn them, or prescribed them?\nIf so, please give your review.\n\n\nHow do they compare with other silicon hydrogel multifocals?\n\n\nOne thing different-\-they are available with three different levels of Add\n(low, med, high), whereas Purevision Multifocals only have two (low and\nhigh).\n\nI am highly myopic and presbyopic (57 years old), and am currently wearing\nmonovision contacts. I don't like monovision though-\-the vast difference\nbetween the two eyes, etc. I like the idea of multifocals more-\-both eyes\nable to see near and far.\n\nHowever, when I tried Purevision multifocals, they did not work for me. I am\nwondering, however, if the AOMFs might? Are the designs different\nenough-\-that if the PVs didn't work for me, the AOs might? Or is it a\nsimilar design, just different material and company?\n\nHow do the three levels of Add in the AOMFs compare with the two levels of\nthe PVMFs? Are the high and low levels similar, with AO also having a\nmedium level in between? Or is the medium in the AO more like the high in\nPV, with the AO high still higher?\n\nOnce again-\-I would especially like to hear from anyone who has tried the\nAir Optix Aqua Multifocal lenses, either as a wearer or prescriber. How well\nhave they worked for you or your patients? How do they compare with other\nsilicon hydrogel multifocal options?\n\nThank you for your input.