Prescription Lenses & Coatings


Digital progressive lenses & Regular progressive lenses

Digital (high-definition) progressive lens technology (also known as "free form") has taken progressive lenses to a new level. While traditional progressives are produced using pre-molded designs, where the same design is used for every application, the new digital (HD) progressives are fully customized! In essence, your specific requirements (Rx, frame type, lens material, use, etc.) are taken into consideration to produce a lens with wider fields of view and smoother vision. Does that mean the traditional lenses are low-quality? No, but for those who want the widest fields of view with a budget to suit, the new digital (HD) technology is an improvement.

Transition lenses

These are lenses which on exposure to sunlight or even slightest ULTRAVIOLET (UV) radiation turns dark and darker depending on the intensity of the UV rays. But as the radiation decreases the lenses go back to clear. It takes less than a minute to darken but takes more time to fade off. Transition lenses are typically made of glass polycarbonate or plastic and significantly used in eyeglasses.

Polarized lenses

These lenses specially designed for sunglasses to eliminate horizontal glare from surfaces like water snow and glass. Polarized lenses can be made in variable colors but preferably gray and brown depending on the type of lens material.

Polarized lenses make a luxury pair of sunglasses which carries its very own advantages like :
  • Allows true perception of colors
  • Reflections reduced and glare eliminated
  • Improves visual comfort
  • Eye strain reduced to a good length
  • Improves contrast and visual clarity

Tinted lenses

Tinted lenses comprehend a touch of color to them which also cuts glares, improve contrast, enhance the depth of vision and brightens the overall perception.

They can be adorned indoors and outdoors varying in color preference. A great asset to outdoor athletes and outdoor sports.

Get Thinner And Lighter Lenses

People with a strong prescription usually prefer thinnest and lightest lenses possible. Most frames are made of plastic or metal with rims thinner than the lens. In other cases, the frame has no rim at all and features rimless mountings. In either case, the edges of your lens are highly visible. Thicker edges can detract from the appearance of your eyewear.

We stock up a variety of new plastic frames to provide thinner and lighter lenses. This means less lens material can be used to correct the same amount of prescription. High-index lenses are the thinnest, flattest, and most cosmetically appealing lens ever developed. Most high-index lenses have an aspheric design. In addition to looking thinner, your lenses will also reduce the magnified look often caused by thicker lenses.


Blue Block Coating

Our exposure to the gadgets with blue light emitting screens have increased and as we all know these emit Ultraviolet (UV) radiations and High Energy Visible (HEV) Blue light strong enough to damage an eyesight contributing to formation of cataracts and damaged retina. Children and teenagers being the first prey to it. To overcome this, a blue light coating (filter) is added to the prescription or NON- PRESCRIPTION LENSES to block the radiations protecting the eyes from harmful effects of blue light spectrum.

Difference Between Anti Reflective Coating And Blue Light Coating

The anti reflective coating helps eliminate the reflections or glares from the front and back of the lenses making the eyewear appear more elegant and stylish, but more importantly, because it cuts off any distractions be it day or night, vision is crystal clear and no strain is laid on the eyes.

Whereas, blue block coating cuts off the harmful radiations making it more beneficial and important for a pair of eyewear.