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Single Vision Lenses
Single vision lenses have just one prescription power across the whole lens. They are a solution for refractive errors such as myopia (near-sightedness) or hypermetropia (long-sightedness). If you only need lenses for one type of vision, you will likely be advised to wear single vision lenses. This is usually the case for people under 40.
Single vision lenses will provide clear vision for seeing things close up or far away, depending on your prescription.
Reflection-free lens coatings bounce back glare and dazzle from overhead lighting, computer screens and oncoming headlights. This increases your vision performance dramatically.
These anti-reflective coatings can be combined with anti-static, anti-smudge and scratch-resistant water repellent layers.
Enhanced Single Vision Lenses
Enhanced Single Vision lenses are specifically designed to meet today’s visual requirements.
Thanks to its enhanced design, these single vision lenses can support you when you’re working, socialising or gaming on your phone, computer or games console. Continue to do what you enjoy with sharp, comfortable vision.
Computer / Office Lenses
Whether for work or socialising, digital device usage has shown us different postures are taken to see screens clearly and this can affect your visual and postural comfort.
Computer Lenses are designed to answer the needs of presbyopes who regularly use computers, smartphones and work in an office environment.
If you suffer from presbyopia your optician will recommend Varifocal lenses to correct your vision.
Varifocal lenses are the perfect solution for helping you to see clearly at different distances; near, far and everything in between.
Varifocal lenses offer sharp vision with just one pair of lenses, whether you’re driving, using your phone or reading. Sometimes known as progressive lenses, modern varifocal lenses allow you to experience maximum vision benefits suited to your lifestyle needs.
Tailor Made Varifocal Lenses
Tailor-made varifocal lenses addresses each individual’s unique pattern of vision, encompassing optics, visual habits, and lifestyle to provide the ultimate in personalized vision.
Bifocal-/ Trifocal lenses provide presbyopes with clear vision for two or three different ranges, usually for distance, intermediate and near vision.
With a segment in the lower area of the lens, a bifocal or trifocal displays two different or three dioptric powers.
Driving Specific Lenses
Driving Specific Lenses such as Essilor Road Pilot or Zeiss Drivesafe lenses are optimised for driving by enhancing your distance and intermediate fields of vision.
You’ll benefit from wider fields of vision and comfort, allowing clear and sharp vision all day long. Spot vital information in your peripheral vision for a safer driving experience while clearly being able to see your dials and dash.
Transitions Signature 8 lenses
Darker outdoors, clear indoors, improved reaction and fade back speeds, all without compromising on protection and quality.
The result of years of research and in-depth scientific studies, Transitions Signature GEN 8 is the first light intelligent photochromic lens with a revolutionary nano-composite technology that pushes photochromic performance and offers optimum vision, comfort and protection all day long.
Transitions Xtractive lenses
Standard photochromic lenses activate when exposed to UV. Modern windscreens block UV light.
Transitions XTRActive lenses darken behind the windscreen of a car because of the unique technology they have, which responds to visible light, as well as UV, to protect your eyes from glare and sunlight while driving.
Transitions Style Mirror lenses
Transitions Style Mirror lenses block UV rays and help reduce exposure to harmful blue light, indoors and outdoors.
Make a statement and showcase your style with lenses as remarkable as you are. As you move outdoors, watch as the cool mirror effect becomes truly eye-catching. Indoors, enjoy a light mirror effect with a very light tint for a trendy
Polarised light reflections can lead to disturbing glare. This is effectively filtered by polarizing lenses. Vertical micro-mesh structures eliminate the horizontally oscillating element of light which is responsible for a great deal of glare.
A further key advantage is more sharply focused vision. Contours become clearer; vision in bright sunlight is perceived as considerably more relaxing and less fatiguing. In other words, these lenses don’t just protect your eyes against the sun – they also ensure improved vision without irritating glare.
Thin and Light Lenses
High-index lenses are usually recommended if you have a strong prescription for myopia, hypermetropia or astigmatism. However, they can also make your spectacles much thinner and lighter, regardless of your prescription.
High-index plastic lenses can bend the light more efficiently than regular lenses, meaning less material is required to correct the same level of refractive error. This is known as a higher refractive index, and results in thinner and lighter lenses, making them much more attractive and comfortable to wear.
Myopia Management Lenses
Myopia Management Lenses are one of four types of optical treatments which use myopic defocus for controlling myopia and slowing down its progression.
The efficacy varies from approximately from 40-70% depending on various factors such as genetic predisposition, lifestyle and therapeutic influences.