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Progressive lenses

Progressive lenses are line-free bifocals that have a seamless progression of added magnifying power for intermediate and near vision. The power of progressive lenses changes gradually  on the lens surface, providing the correct lens power for seeing objects clearly at virtually any distance. 

Bifocals

Bifocals are lenses with two distinct optical powers. Bifocals are commonly prescribed to people who require Distance and near correction.

Office lenses

Office Lenses provide you with strain-free and clear vision when using computer screens and other digital devices in your busy, multitasking life. People spend a lot of their time indoors, e.g. when they work in an office or are doing things at home. For these everyday situations requiring near to intermediate vision, not every lens allows relaxed and clear vision. Unsuitable lenses can limit our vision and cause symptoms such as eye fatigue, eyestrain, headaches, neck and back pain.  

Single vision lenses

Single vision lenses are the best solution for short-sighted and long-sighted wearers. These lenses are fitted to the particular wearer and are optimised for good vision. 

They can also be set for certain distances like computer, sewing or shooting, so you have the best possible vision for your favourite tasks  

Polarised lenses

Polarised lenses are normal sunglass lenses with a polarisation layer fused to the lens. Normal sunglass lenses reduce the intensity of all light from all angles. The polarising layer in polarised lenses acts like millions of microscopic mirrors. These mirrors are angled away from your eyes field of vision.  This results in unwanted glare from roads, water and car windows being either dulled out or dramatically reduced allowing the sunglass user to see the field of vision they want.

Transitions

PHOTOCHROMIC MOLECULES MAKE LIGHT, DARK, AND EVERY SHADE IN BETWEEN POSSIBLE

When Transitions® lenses are exposed to UV light, trillions of photochromic molecules in the lens begin to change structure.  This reaction is what causes the lenses to darken.

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