This is not a coating, but a material that is almost colourless and offers protection from UV 400 - 420mm emitted by TVs, computers, smartphones and the sun. All of our blue light protection lenses come with the superior coatings mentined above.
Solar Powered Lenses - Photositions (transitions)
A unique material that blocks harmful UV rays from 400 to 420nm while offering full photochromic performance.
- Convenience and comfort at it's best
- UV activated photochromic technology
- Fast to dark; fast to clear; easy on the eyes
Frequently asked questions
Which index of lenses should I choose?
1.50 basic index (suggest 0.00 to +/-2.00)
1.60 high index (suggest +/-2.25 to +/-4.00)
1.67 high index (suggest +/-4.25 to +/-6.00)
1.74 high index (suggest +/-6.25 and above)
*Exceptions apply. If you have any questions, please don't be hesitate to contact us.
Why Do I Need A Pair Of Blue Light Filtering Glasses?
Continued exposure to blue light over time could damage retinal cells and cause vision problems such as myopia (near-sightedness), age-related macular degeneration, and cataracts. The use of protective eyewear can play a major role in protecting your eyes against the harmful effects of blue light. read more...
How to Measure Pupillary Distance By Yourself?
The distance between the centres of the pupils of the eyes, also known as the interpupillary distance, is measured in millimetres. Pupillary distance measurement is crucial since it determines the distance between your eyes in order to ensure that your pupils align with the optical centre of your lenses...read more...
What does SV mean?
SV is short for 'single vision', which means the lens only provides one type of vision correction, either for distance or for reading. What is progressive? >>
Can I order eyeglasses with progressive lenses?
Progressive glasses are only offered to store-visit customers as we need more measurements. Every pair of progressive glasses is customized. Schedule an appointment >>
Can I add prescription to sunglasses (tinted lenses)?
Yes, you can. Please contact us for more details.
Can I get reimbursement from my insurance coverage?
Yes, if you are eligible and covered by your insurance, the purchase of prescription glasses can be reimbursed. Simply submit the invoice and receipt to your insurance company for reimbursement.
Am I getting one pair of lenses or one lens by choosing quantity as "1"?