What type of lens do you want?

All are top quality brand name lenses.

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Single vision lenses have one field of vision to improve your Distance (see far), Reading (see near), or Intermediate (computer) sight.
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Bifocal lenses provide a distinct separation between the Distance (see far) and the Reading part (see near) of the glasses via a segmented half-shaped circle on the bottom part of the lenses. For these type of lenses, the PD (Pupillary Distance) measurement is very important to ensure that the center of vision is placed correctly on the lenses.


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Progressive lenses have three field of view to help you see far, near, and at intermediate range. Free form progressive lenses are based on a computer aided design and manufacturing process to minimize the potential uncomfortable effects of a standard progressive lens. It helps to reduce vertigo and imbalance, and improve the transition when shifting from one focal depth to another in a blended lens. The free-form progressive lens process also widens the intermediate and near visual fields.

What kind of lenses do you want?

All include UV protection & scratch resistant coating.

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CLEAR LENSES


All our lenses include

UV Protection

Scratch resistant coating


Additional options available These selections can be made in the following steps.

Anti-Reflective coating

Anti smudge/water repellent coating


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Turn your glasses into a nice pair of shades. Select from a variety of tints and polarized lens options.
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Transition lens darkens and lightens with direct exposure to sunlight, becoming sunglasses outdoors and clear glasses indoors.

Do you want standard or polarized sunglass lenses?

Polarized lenses are designed to reduce glare and increase contrast.

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STANDARD TINTS

You can select from variety of colors and shades to make sunglasses lenses.


All our lenses include

UV Protection

Scratch resistant coating


Additional options available These selections can be made in the following steps.

Anti-Reflective coating

Anti smudge/water repellent coating


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Polarized lenses reduce glare reflected off surfaces such as water. They allow you to see into water more easily so make it a great choice for fisherman and boaters. They also eliminate glare from a road surface when driving into the sun.

What is your prescription range?

This helps us make your lenses as thin and light as possible.

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MODERATE




The “Sphere Range” (or SPH) in your prescription refers to how strong your lenses need to be to correct your vision. If your sphere range is between 0.00-3.75, we will use either a Hard Resin or a Polycarbonate lens which would be perfectly thin and light for you. You’ll also save some money as well.


More about lens material:

Hard resin lenses (aka CR-39, Plastic) were invented as a lighter alternative to glass lenses (about 50% lighter). Compared to Polycarbonate or Higher index lenses, Hard Resin lenses give you the best optical clarity. This makes Hard Resin lenses a fantastic choice for anyone with a mild to moderate prescription.

Highlights
+ Great optical clarity
+ 50% lighter than glass
+ Easy to tint
+ Less likely to fog than other materials
- Not suitable for strong prescriptions


Polycarbonate lenses were designed to protect your eyes. This is the same material used to make bullet-proof glass, so it makes sense that Polycarbonate lenses are the only thing in the market that is completely shatter-proof. It's durability makes it an ideal choice for safety and children’s eyewear, and generally makes them a very popular choice.

Highlights:
+ Thinner and lighter than plastic
+ Highly impact resistant (shatter-proof)
- Difficult to tint
- Lower optical quality compare to other materials

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STRONG




The “Sphere” (or SPH) in your prescription refers to how strong your lenses need to be to correct your vision. If your sphere range is between 4.00-7.75, we will use a High Index 1.67 lens to give you the thinnest and lightest lens possible.


More about lens material:

High Index (1.67) lenses were designed to give you the thinnest lens possible. It does so by compressing the lens and also making them flatter. The only drawback on high index lenses is that because of its flatter design, the lenses are a bit more susceptible to reflections. So we strongly recommend anti-reflective coating.

Highlights
+ Thinner and lighter than Hard Resin and Polycarbonate
+ Better optical clarity than Polycarbonate
- Susceptible to annoying reflections on lens
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VERY STRONG




The “Sphere” (or SPH) in your prescription refers to how strong your lenses need to be to correct your vision. If your sphere range is between 8.00 and above, you need the thinenst lens possible, and High Index 1.74 is the thinnest and the lightest lens available in the market.


More about lens material:

High Index (1.74) lenses represents the pinnacle of lens technology. Simply put, it is the thinnest and the lightest lens available in the market. If you have very strong prescription and you want to look great in your glasses, this is the solution. It does so by compressing the lens and also making them flatter. The only drawback on high index lenses is that because of its flatter design, the lenses are a bit more susceptible to reflections. So we strongly recommend anti-reflective coating.

Highlights
+ Thinnest and lightest lens in the market
+ Better optical clarity than Polycarbonate
- Susceptible to annoying reflections on lens

What is your prescription range?

This step helps us make your lense as thin and light as possible

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MODERATE




The “Sphere Range” (or SPH) in your prescription refers to how strong your lenses need to be to correct your vision. If your sphere range is between 0.00-3.75, we will use either a Hard Resin or a Polycarbonate lens which would be perfectly thin and light for you. You’ll also save some money as well.


More about lens material:

Hard resin lenses (aka CR-39, Plastic) were invented as a lighter alternative to glass lenses (about 50% lighter). Compared to Polycarbonate or Higher index lenses, Hard Resin lenses give you the best optical clarity. This makes Hard Resin lenses a fantastic choice for anyone with a mild to moderate prescription.

Highlights
+ Great optical clarity
+ 50% lighter than glass
+ Easy to tint
+ Less likely to fog than other materials
- Not suitable for strong prescriptions


Polycarbonate lenses were designed to protect your eyes. This is the same material used to make bullet-proof glass, so it makes sense that Polycarbonate lenses are the only thing in the market that is completely shatter-proof. It's durability makes it an ideal choice for safety and children’s eyewear, and generally makes them a very popular choice.

Highlights:
+ Thinner and lighter than plastic
+ Highly impact resistant (shatter-proof)
- Difficult to tint
- Lower optical quality compare to other materials

More Info

STRONG




The “Sphere” (or SPH) in your prescription refers to how strong your lenses need to be to correct your vision. If your sphere range is between 4.00-7.75, we will use a High Index 1.67 lens to give you the thinnest and lightest lens possible.


More about lens material:

High Index (1.67) lenses were designed to give you the thinnest lens possible. It does so by compressing the lens and also making them flatter. The only drawback on high index lenses is that because of its flatter design, the lenses are a bit more susceptible to reflections. So we strongly recommend anti-reflective coating.

Highlights
+ Thinner and lighter than Hard Resin and Polycarbonate
+ Better optical clarity than Polycarbonate
- Susceptible to annoying reflections on lens

What is your prescription range?

This helps us make your lenses as thin and light as possible.

More Info

MODERATE




The “Sphere Range” (or SPH) in your prescription refers to how strong your lenses need to be to correct your vision. If your sphere range is between 0.00-3.75, we will use either a Hard Resin or a Polycarbonate lens which would be perfectly thin and light for you. You’ll also save some money as well.


More about lens material:

Hard resin lenses (aka CR-39, Plastic) were invented as a lighter alternative to glass lenses (about 50% lighter). Compared to Polycarbonate or Higher index lenses, Hard Resin lenses give you the best optical clarity. This makes Hard Resin lenses a fantastic choice for anyone with a mild to moderate prescription.

Highlights
+ Great optical clarity
+ 50% lighter than glass
+ Easy to tint
+ Less likely to fog than other materials
- Not suitable for strong prescriptions


Polycarbonate lenses were designed to protect your eyes. This is the same material used to make bullet-proof glass, so it makes sense that Polycarbonate lenses are the only thing in the market that is completely shatter-proof. It's durability makes it an ideal choice for safety and children’s eyewear, and generally makes them a very popular choice.

Highlights:
+ Thinner and lighter than plastic
+ Highly impact resistant (shatter-proof)
- Difficult to tint
- Lower optical quality compare to other materials

More Info

STRONG




The “Sphere” (or SPH) in your prescription refers to how strong your lenses need to be to correct your vision. If your sphere range is between 4.00-7.75, we will use a High Index 1.67 lens to give you the thinnest and lightest lens possible.


More about lens material:

High Index (1.67) lenses were designed to give you the thinnest lens possible. It does so by compressing the lens and also making them flatter. The only drawback on high index lenses is that because of its flatter design, the lenses are a bit more susceptible to reflections. So we strongly recommend anti-reflective coating.

Highlights
+ Thinner and lighter than Hard Resin and Polycarbonate
+ Better optical clarity than Polycarbonate
- Susceptible to annoying reflections on lens
More Info

VERY STRONG




The “Sphere” (or SPH) in your prescription refers to how strong your lenses need to be to correct your vision. If your sphere range is between 8.00 and above, you need the thinenst lens possible, and High Index 1.74 is the thinnest and the lightest lens available in the market.


More about lens material:

High Index (1.74) lenses represents the pinnacle of lens technology. Simply put, it is the thinnest and the lightest lens available in the market. If you have very strong prescription and you want to look great in your glasses, this is the solution. It does so by compressing the lens and also making them flatter. The only drawback on high index lenses is that because of its flatter design, the lenses are a bit more susceptible to reflections. So we strongly recommend anti-reflective coating.

Highlights
+ Thinnest and lightest lens in the market
+ Better optical clarity than Polycarbonate
- Susceptible to annoying reflections on lens

What is your prescription range?

This helps us make your lenses as thin and light as possible.

More Info

MODERATE




The “Sphere Range” (or SPH) in your prescription refers to how strong your lenses need to be to correct your vision. If your sphere range is between 0.00-3.75, we will use either a Hard Resin or a Polycarbonate lens which would be perfectly thin and light for you. You’ll also save some money as well.


More about lens material:

Hard resin lenses (aka CR-39, Plastic) were invented as a lighter alternative to glass lenses (about 50% lighter). Compared to Polycarbonate or Higher index lenses, Hard Resin lenses give you the best optical clarity. This makes Hard Resin lenses a fantastic choice for anyone with a mild to moderate prescription.

Highlights
+ Great optical clarity
+ 50% lighter than glass
+ Easy to tint
+ Less likely to fog than other materials
- Not suitable for strong prescriptions


Polycarbonate lenses were designed to protect your eyes. This is the same material used to make bullet-proof glass, so it makes sense that Polycarbonate lenses are the only thing in the market that is completely shatter-proof. It's durability makes it an ideal choice for safety and children’s eyewear, and generally makes them a very popular choice.

Highlights:
+ Thinner and lighter than plastic
+ Highly impact resistant (shatter-proof)
- Difficult to tint
- Lower optical quality compare to other materials

More Info

STRONG




The “Sphere” (or SPH) in your prescription refers to how strong your lenses need to be to correct your vision. If your sphere range is between 4.00-7.75, we will use a High Index 1.67 lens to give you the thinnest and lightest lens possible.


More about lens material:

High Index (1.67) lenses were designed to give you the thinnest lens possible. It does so by compressing the lens and also making them flatter. The only drawback on high index lenses is that because of its flatter design, the lenses are a bit more susceptible to reflections. So we strongly recommend anti-reflective coating.

Highlights
+ Thinner and lighter than Hard Resin and Polycarbonate
+ Better optical clarity than Polycarbonate
- Susceptible to annoying reflections on lens
More Info

VERY STRONG




The “Sphere” (or SPH) in your prescription refers to how strong your lenses need to be to correct your vision. If your sphere range is between 8.00 and above, you need the thinenst lens possible, and High Index 1.74 is the thinnest and the lightest lens available in the market.


More about lens material:

High Index (1.74) lenses represents the pinnacle of lens technology. Simply put, it is the thinnest and the lightest lens available in the market. If you have very strong prescription and you want to look great in your glasses, this is the solution. It does so by compressing the lens and also making them flatter. The only drawback on high index lenses is that because of its flatter design, the lenses are a bit more susceptible to reflections. So we strongly recommend anti-reflective coating.

Highlights
+ Thinnest and lightest lens in the market
+ Better optical clarity than Polycarbonate
- Susceptible to annoying reflections on lens

What is your prescription range?

This helps us make your lenses as thin and light as possible.

More Info

MODERATE




The “Sphere Range” (or SPH) in your prescription refers to how strong your lenses need to be to correct your vision. If your sphere range is between 0.00-3.75, we will use either a Hard Resin or a Polycarbonate lens which would be perfectly thin and light for you. You’ll also save some money as well.


More about lens material:

Hard resin lenses (aka CR-39, Plastic) were invented as a lighter alternative to glass lenses (about 50% lighter). Compared to Polycarbonate or Higher index lenses, Hard Resin lenses give you the best optical clarity. This makes Hard Resin lenses a fantastic choice for anyone with a mild to moderate prescription.

Highlights
+ Great optical clarity
+ 50% lighter than glass
+ Easy to tint
+ Less likely to fog than other materials
- Not suitable for strong prescriptions


Polycarbonate lenses were designed to protect your eyes. This is the same material used to make bullet-proof glass, so it makes sense that Polycarbonate lenses are the only thing in the market that is completely shatter-proof. It's durability makes it an ideal choice for safety and children’s eyewear, and generally makes them a very popular choice.

Highlights:
+ Thinner and lighter than plastic
+ Highly impact resistant (shatter-proof)
- Difficult to tint
- Lower optical quality compare to other materials

More Info

STRONG




The “Sphere” (or SPH) in your prescription refers to how strong your lenses need to be to correct your vision. If your sphere range is between 4.00-7.75, we will use a High Index 1.67 lens to give you the thinnest and lightest lens possible.


More about lens material:

High Index (1.67) lenses were designed to give you the thinnest lens possible. It does so by compressing the lens and also making them flatter. The only drawback on high index lenses is that because of its flatter design, the lenses are a bit more susceptible to reflections. So we strongly recommend anti-reflective coating.

Highlights
+ Thinner and lighter than Hard Resin and Polycarbonate
+ Better optical clarity than Polycarbonate
- Susceptible to annoying reflections on lens

What is your prescription range?

This helps us make your lenses as thin and light as possible.

More Info

MODERATE




The “Sphere Range” (or SPH) in your prescription refers to how strong your lenses need to be to correct your vision. If your sphere range is between 0.00-3.75, we will use either a Hard Resin or a Polycarbonate lens which would be perfectly thin and light for you. You’ll also save some money as well.


More about lens material:

Hard resin lenses (aka CR-39, Plastic) were invented as a lighter alternative to glass lenses (about 50% lighter). Compared to Polycarbonate or Higher index lenses, Hard Resin lenses give you the best optical clarity. This makes Hard Resin lenses a fantastic choice for anyone with a mild to moderate prescription.

Highlights
+ Great optical clarity
+ 50% lighter than glass
+ Easy to tint
+ Less likely to fog than other materials
- Not suitable for strong prescriptions


Polycarbonate lenses were designed to protect your eyes. This is the same material used to make bullet-proof glass, so it makes sense that Polycarbonate lenses are the only thing in the market that is completely shatter-proof. It's durability makes it an ideal choice for safety and children’s eyewear, and generally makes them a very popular choice.

Highlights:
+ Thinner and lighter than plastic
+ Highly impact resistant (shatter-proof)
- Difficult to tint
- Lower optical quality compare to other materials

More Info

STRONG




The “Sphere” (or SPH) in your prescription refers to how strong your lenses need to be to correct your vision. If your sphere range is between 4.00-7.75, we will use a High Index 1.67 lens to give you the thinnest and lightest lens possible.


More about lens material:

High Index (1.67) lenses were designed to give you the thinnest lens possible. It does so by compressing the lens and also making them flatter. The only drawback on high index lenses is that because of its flatter design, the lenses are a bit more susceptible to reflections. So we strongly recommend anti-reflective coating.

Highlights
+ Thinner and lighter than Hard Resin and Polycarbonate
+ Better optical clarity than Polycarbonate
- Susceptible to annoying reflections on lens
More Info

VERY STRONG




The “Sphere” (or SPH) in your prescription refers to how strong your lenses need to be to correct your vision. If your sphere range is between 8.00 and above, you need the thinenst lens possible, and High Index 1.74 is the thinnest and the lightest lens available in the market.


More about lens material:

High Index (1.74) lenses represents the pinnacle of lens technology. Simply put, it is the thinnest and the lightest lens available in the market. If you have very strong prescription and you want to look great in your glasses, this is the solution. It does so by compressing the lens and also making them flatter. The only drawback on high index lenses is that because of its flatter design, the lenses are a bit more susceptible to reflections. So we strongly recommend anti-reflective coating.

Highlights
+ Thinnest and lightest lens in the market
+ Better optical clarity than Polycarbonate
- Susceptible to annoying reflections on lens

How would you like to send your prescription?

We can always copy your current lens prescription too.

What type of frame are you sending us?

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