Your Spectacle Lenses

Thinness & weight:


Thinner & lighter lenses not only improve appearance and comfort but will improve quality of vision – most of these lenses reduce distortions and magnification of the lenses.

Reflection free:


Reducing glare from lights and office environments allow your eyes to be seen and let you see clearer, especially effective when driving at night. An anti-reflection coating would let 99.2% of light pass through compared to only 92% without.

Scratch resistance:
 

A good hard coating can make a lens 6 times more scratch resistant than an uncoated lens, but please note that nothing is scratch proof.

Light sensitive:


Predominately called photochromic lenses, gives 100% UV protection and will change from light to dark when outside, and will lighten up when returning indoors – but please note there is less performance for driving!

Varifocals:
 

Giving vision for distance, intermediate and reading but without the bifocal line.

Bifocals:


Endless shapes and sizes to aid correcting distance and near work, with a dividing line.

Polarising:


Excellent sun protection – eliminating glare from wet roads, water and snowy environments, also reduces glare from windscreens and other shiny surfaces.

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