Single vision glasses are designed to help people who require correction of farsightedness or nearsightedness. If you have multiple prescriptions you would require bifocal or multifocal eyeglasses.
Single Vision(premium) lenses are made of MR".which are thinner and lighter than standard and mid index index optical lenses. Plus, they are featured high clarity and anti-resistance coatings.
Blue Light Blocking lenses are recommended for anyone spending a significant amount of time in front of digital devices (computer, tablet, smartphone or TV).
Blue Light Blocking lenses use a special coating to help reflect a portion of the blue light emitted by digital devices and artificial light. This coating also incorporates scratch resistant and anti-glare benefits, giving you clearer vision while using digital devices.
Progressive lenses includes three fields of vision, without lines.
The top portion is used for distance-vision, the middle portion for mid-range vision, and the bottom portion for the near-vision or reading.
They are preferred for anyone who wants the latest technology in multifocal vision correction and also wants the most appealing eyeglasses possible with no old-fashioned lines in the lenses.
Free form lenses includes three fields of vision, without lines.
This exceptional lens option offers dramatically broader perspectives, a wider range of intermediate and near distances, and more.
Free form lenses are the most popular type of high definition lenses and are made by free form technology that can allow you to achieve better optics.
Bifocal lenses are designed to help you focus on things near and far. They provide a distinct separation between the distance and the reading part of the glasses, causing a visible line on the lens.
The upper part is used for seeing at a distance. The lower part is used for seeing things close up (e.g. when reading).
Polarized lenses have a special chemical applied to them to filter light. The chemical’s molecules are lined up specifically to block some of the light from passing through the lens.
Polarized sunglass lenses reduce light glare and eyestrain. Because of this, they improve vision and safety in the sun. Polarized sunglasses can be a good choice for most everyday situations.
Sunglasses lenses feature a UV400 coating which offers 100% protection from harmful UVA and UVB rays. To further improve visual comfort and reduce eye strain, we recommend Polarised or Tinted lenses.