Single Vision Prescription Lenses

Information About Lenses Options

Lenses Index Information

1.5 Index Basic Lenses 
  • Suitable for mild prescriptions and full rim frames
  • Prescriptions of range up to +/- 2.00
1.59 Index Polycarbonate Lenses 
  • Polycarbobate material is very durable and can withstand more pressure
  • Prone to breaking
  • Recommended for semi-rimless frames, especially for mild prescriptions
  • Thinner than 1.5 Index
  • Prescriptions of range up to +/- 2.50 
1.61 Index Thin Lenses 
  • For prescriptions of range between +/- 2.75 and +/-4.00
  • Lenses are up to 25% thinner as compared to basic lenses
1.67 Index Ultra Thin Lenses 
  • For prescriptions of range over +/-4.00
  • Lenses are up to 35% thinner as compared to basic lenses

Lenses Coatings Options

Scratch Resistant Coating
  • Scratch resistant coating prolongs life of your lenses by making them more resistant to naturally occurring scratches from wearing and cleaning
Anti-reflective Coating
  • Anti-refelctive coating reduces lenses glare caused by outside light
  • Makes lenses more transparent and clearer
  • Glasses visually look nicer and more transparent
UV Protection Coating
  • UV Protection Coating blocks off ultra violet rays caused by sun and artificial indoor lightning
  • Helps avoid eye degenerative conditions such as cataract
Hydrophobic Coating
  • Repels water and makes lenses cleaning easier and more effective
  • Keeps lenses clean for longer time

Blue Ray Blocking

Blue Ray Blocking is a filter to block out harmful light emitted by computer and phone screens. This options is recommended if you plan to use your glasses for work on a computer.

Transitions are photochromic lenses darkening technology that was created to make lenses adapt to outside lighting conditions. When you step outdoors, lenses react to UV and darken providing a comfort of sun lenses. Once you step indoors lenses lighten to complete transparency and act as regular lenses. Choose among two transitions tint colors.