All about our lenses

Here's everything you need to know

when choose your lenses-in the order

you'll need to know it when your order.

All about our lenses Here's everything you need to know when choose your lenses-in the order you'll need to know it when your order.

Single-vision Lenses

Single Vision lenses are the standard eyeglass prescription.

These glasses have only one viewing area throughout

the entire lens and the correctional area

can be for far distance, mid distance or reading.

Bifocal Lenses with a Line

A bifocal lens refers to a lens with two focal points.

A small part of the lens is reserved for myopia correction,

and the rest of the lens is usually distance correction.

Generally, when focusing on a further point,

you will look up and through the long-distance part of the lens, and when working at a close distance,

you will look down and through the bifocal part of the lens.

Progressive Lenses - No Line

Close range search for that 'sweet spot' of clear vision.

Described as the wearing experience closest to natural vision.

More than a defined near and distance correction in one lens.

Smooth transition from distance through intermediate to near.

Constant graduation of prescription allows easy sight shifting.

Blue light blocking lenses
Blue-violet light from phones, computers, and tablets may cause some serious eyestrain,
blue light blocking lenses are designed to provide protection from all that screen time.
With blue light blocking glasses, you can enjoy your screen time and preserve your eyesight.
Screen protection lenses
The screen protector lenses contains materials that block and filter harmful blue light
from the screen, and these lenses filter a higher percentage of blue light.
Help reduce exposure to Harmful Blue Light.
The lens will change from clear to dark colors such as gray or brown, when you are outdoors,
helping to block ultraviolet rays. The lens will change back to clear when you back to the room.
This dual-purpose lens allows you to switch freely between indoors and outdoors.
Polarized lenses contain layers of special filter which will block intense reflected light and
terminate the harmful glare from a horizontal orientation. With those polarized layers,
light will be filter into one direction so that we will be offered better vision in a higher contrast.
Sunglasses tint
85% tint for optimal protection from glare during solar radiation.
You can choose a variety of colors for every wonderful moment.
Standard power +0.50-+5.00 magnification,can improve vision improve reading quality,
and give presbyopic eyes a clear vision.

What is the lens index?

Lens index is a number that describes how thick or thin your lenses are. The higher a lens' index is, the thinner it becomes.

Higher prescriptions require higher index lenses, while lower prescriptions require lower index lenses.

What is a high refractive index lens? What's the difference?

The difference in refractive index of the lens will affect the function and price.

The lower the refractive index, the thicker the thickness.

Of course, the price is cheaper, but it can only meet the requirements of low vision correction.

The higher the refractive index, the thinner the lens and the higher the price, which can meet a variety of vision correction needs.

1.50 Standard Index

Suitable for Low prescriptions of SPH (0 to +/-2.0) and CYL (0 to +/-1.5). If your prescription is higher, then you need to upgrade to a high refractive index lens

1.56 Standard Index

Most suitable for Low prescriptions of SPH (0 to +/-2.0) and CYL (0 to +/-1.5).

1.59 Standard Index

Suitable Low-to-moderate prescriptions of SPH (+/-2.0 to +/-4.0) and CYL (+/-1.5 to +/-2.0).

1.61 High Index - Super Thin (Recommended)

Thin & Light lenses offer the best value for people who have moderate prescriptions and want a light lens. It is suitable for prescriptions of SPH(+/-4.0 to +/-6.0 ),CYL(+/-2.25 to +/-3.0).

1.67 High Index - Ultra Thin

These lenses are great for people with moderate-to-high prescriptions. And are recommended of prescriptions of SPH (+/-6.0 to +/-9.0), CYL (+/-3.25 to +/-4.0) for the best results.

1.74 High Index - Ultra Thin

This specification is the thinnest and lightest prescription lenses. Suitable for prescriptions of SPH above +/-9.0,CYL above +/-4.25.


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