A lens is a lens, and they all work the same way and do the same thing, right? Wrong.

It starts with your prescription. There is a basic prescription and there are additions to it. This, in combination with things like your life style, daily activities, and preferred frame type, will tell us what kind of lens would fit you. This is a service that you cannot count on if you select any of the cheaper alternatives such as the infamous buy 1 get 1 “free” promotions. Lens selection is divided into 3:

Design – Is it a single vision or a progressive lens?

Material – Does your work require toughened materials, do you need the lenses thinned?

Treatment – What coatings or tints do you require in order to function optimally?

Some lenses provide better optics than others, under different circumstances, based on your work, lifestyle and personality, we’re able to find a lens that fits for you, because you’re an individual.

Related Post

Why do I struggle to see...

Why do I struggle to see at night? There are many reasons why night driving vision is a...

Glare

Glare sensitivity This is when the lights from on coming cars seem like brights even when...

New Spectacles

Different people react differently to a change in prescription, ie. new spectacles. It is...

After sale care

Once you get your specs, there may be a few things you’ll need help with along the...

Enroute Night Driving Lenses

EnRoute – the driving lens that takes you places Roads connect us to homes, people,...

Lens Treatments

Anti-Reflective Coatings What are anti-reflective coatings? Anti-reflective coatings can...

Leave a Comments