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Effortlessly stylish lenses without any vision correction, perfect for fashion-forward looks and can also be used as effective blue light blocking glasses.
Most common prescription lenses tailored for either crystal-clear distance vision or precise near vision, ensuring optimal visual clarity in your chosen focus.
Lenses with a prescription power for correcting near vision, are commonly used for reading, crafting, and any close-up work, ensuring a sharp and comfortable visual experience.
Corrects both distance and near vision within a single lens, accommodating multiple focal points.
These progressive lenses provide seamless progression of many lens powers for all viewing distances, offering a smooth transition between near, intermediate, and distance vision. Designed for your visual comfort, they ensure you experience clear and natural vision for all your daily activities.
These bifocal lenses have two separate and distinct fields of vision: distance and near, with a visible line that separates the two. This design provides a convenient solution for individuals who require clear vision at both distances, making them suitable for various daily tasks and activities.
Spherical error, or the overall lens power, is the basic part of your prescription. You'll notice (+) and (-) signs on your prescription. When there's a (+), it means you have trouble seeing near, and when there's a (-), it means you have trouble seeing far away.
The Cylinder value in your prescription indicates astigmatism or perpetually blurry vision. It represents the degree of astigmatism correction required, if any.
The Axis measurement, typically ranging from 1° to 180°, specifies the orientation or angle at which astigmatism correction is needed. It helps precisely align the astigmatism correction for optimal vision clarity.
The ADD value, sometimes referred to as ADD (Near), is crucial for multifocal lenses like bifocals and progressives. It represents the additional prescription strength necessary for comfortable reading and close-up tasks, allowing you to see clearly at various distances within a single pair of eyeglasses.
PD, or Pupillary Distance, is the measurement between the centers of your pupils. It's essential for ensuring your eyeglass lenses are correctly positioned for clear vision. The distance between your pupils in millimeters. If your prescription does not include a PD, please leave it at 62 for single vision. For progressives/bifocals, please provide the Near PD when applicable, otherwise you can leave it at 59.
Single PD, also known as Monocular PD, measures the distance between each eye's center and is crucial for single vision prescriptions.
Double PD, or Binocular PD, measures the distance between both eyes' centers. It's important for multifocal lenses and ensuring proper alignment for comfortable and clear vision.
You can easily upload your prescription file in any of the following formats: PDF, JPG, GIF, PNG, JPEG
Our high-quality reading glasses are custom-made to match your unique prescription needs, ensuring equal magnification power in both lenses. We do not offer ready-made options, focusing solely on crafting glasses tailored to your preferences.
Think about your everyday activities and choose your lens type based on your lifestyle, especially
if you're often on a computer or looking for eye comfort in every light condition.
Clear transparent lenses, offering a timeless and budget-friendly choice for everyday eyewear,
ready to pair with your preferred coatings in the next step.
Filters blue-violet sunlight, the biggest source of blue light outdoors and indoors through windows, plus
some phone and computer screens, to preserve visual comfort.
Transition Lenses adapt to varying light, darkening outdoors and clearing indoors, providing seamless
vision as light conditions change.
Sunglasses lenses, crafted for optimal sun protection and clarity, delivering comfort and style in every light.
Color tinted lenses are a stylish choice for sunglasses, offering both fashion and function. They provide specific benefits for various lighting conditions. Here's why you might choose them:
Sun Protection: Color tinted lenses reduce visible light, helping reduce eye strain in bright conditions.
Improved Contrast: Different tints offer unique benefits. For example, gray tints are great for general use, while brown tints enhance contrast and reduce glare in specific lighting.
Versatility: Color tinted lenses suit various outdoor activities, from beach outings to urban adventures.
Polarized lenses reduce glare and enhance clarity in bright conditions by filtering out horizontal light, such as reflections from water and roads. Here's why you'll love them:
Glare Reduction: Say goodbye to annoying glare from water, roads, and shiny surfaces.
Sharper Vision: By reducing glare, polarized lenses provide clearer and more vibrant vision.
UV Protection: Polarized lenses offer built-in UV protection, shielding your eyes from harmful UV rays.
Ideal for Outdoor Activities: Whether you're driving, fishing, skiing, or at the beach, polarized lenses are a must-have for outdoor enthusiasts.