LENSES

LATEST PRESCRIPTION LENS TECHNOLOGY

Whether you need glasses for reading, driving, working or playing, we offer a range of exceptional products to help maximize your sight. We will work with you to tailor your prescription lenses to meet your vision needs and to suit your personal taste. The latest available technology includes high-index material, which produces the thinnest, flattest and lightest lenses. Additionally, we offer custom lenses that minimize distortion and higher-order aberrations, providing a true edge-to-edge range of vision throughout your frames.

Our common prescription lenses include:

  • Single vision lenses for nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism.
  • Progressive no-line bifocal or trifocal lenses, typically for those over the age of 40.

Single Vision

When your prescription specifies single vision lenses, it means you are either farsighted or nearsighted. If single-vision is your prescription, you’ll want lenses that work for your particular lifestyle. With the development of exciting new lens technologies you have many options for enhancing the comfort and function of your new glasses. You can choose prescription sunglasses(polarized or non-polarized), ultra thin/light/clear lens or transition lens from our store.


Bifocal lens

If your prescription specifies bifocal lenses, it means you have two prescriptions in one lens. Whether you're reading a book, watching TV or driving, with bifocal lenses you only ever need one pair of bifocal glasses which is a combination for both distance and reading. You can add transitions or polarized options to most bifocal lenses.


Progressive lens

It is also called no line bifocal lens. Enjoy the most natural vision you can get for your multifocal prescription with No Line Progressive lenses. They are attractive, clear, and offer easy adaptation. No Line Progressive lenses provide you with a gentle progression of correction from the top of the lens to the bottom. Breakthrough lens technology provides both bifocal and trifocal wearers better vision without distinct "telltale" lines across the lens. You can add transitions or polarized options to most progressive lenses.


TREATMENTS / OPTIONS

Anti-reflective, scratch resistant, and photochromatic (Transitions®) lens coatings. These are just a few of the options we have to reduce disturbing reflections, enhance your appearance, protect your eyes from ultraviolet exposure, and expand the lifetime of your lenses.


No-Glare & Hydro-phobic coatings

Anti-reflective coating (also called AR coating or anti-glare coating) improves both your vision through your lenses and the appearance of your eyeglasses. Both benefits are due to the ability of AR coating to eliminate reflections of light from the front and back surface of eyeglass lenses. With fewer reflections, more light passes through the lens to the eye for good vision and the lenses look more transparent and attractive.

Image below illustrates how glare from headlights is reduced looking through a fully coated lens vs an uncoated lens.
antiglare


Transitions

These lenses are designed to quickly adapt from clear indoors to fully dark in brightest sun, offering a distinct advantage over regular clear lenses. These lenses continually adapt to changing light so they're always exactly the shade you need them to be.

Why to consider transitions:

- Completely clear indoors and at night
- Fast fade back speed
- Block 100% of UVA & UVB rays
- Fit any prescription and frame
- Suitable for all ages


Polarizing

Why are polarized sun lenses superior to ordinary tinted lenses?
Polarized sun lenses feature specific polarizing filters that stop blinding glare while offering superior comfort and quality of vision.

Few key benefits of polarizing lenses include:

- Glare elimination
- Greater eye comfort
- Unmatched clarity of vision
- True color perception
- 100% UV protection

Polarized lenses provides you with the best visual experience for all your outdoors activities. Experience them for yourself chances are that you will not want to go back to ordinary tinted lenses! Get polarized sun lenses, available with or without prescription.


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