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Single Vision Lens

These lenses only have one viewing area throughout the entire lens and the correctional area can be for far distance, mid distance or reading.

Far Distance Lens

If you wear glasses all day and mostly need these glasses to see things in the distance. (e.g. for driving)

Mid Distance Lens

If you mostly need these glasses to work before computer or something else at arm’s length.

Reading Lens

If you need to read things close to you. (Papers, document, etc.)

You can easily turn a single vision glasses to a prescription sunglasses.

Select the right index of refraction of lenses according to your prescription.

Multifocal Lens

Including bifocal lenses and progressive lenses.

Bifocal Lens

Bifocal lenses have two points of focus. A small portion of the lens is reserved for the near-vision correction. The rest of the lens is usually for a distance correction.

Progressive Lens

Progressives provide a smooth transition from distance through intermediate to near, with all the in-between corrections included as well.

You can easily turn a single vision glasses to a prescription sunglasses.

Select the right index of refraction of lenses according to your prescription.

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Index of Refraction

The index of refraction or refractive index of an eyeglass lens is a number that is a relative measure of how much the light that enters the lens is refracted (bent) as it passes through the lens.

A lens made of a material with a high refractive index will be thinner than a lens made of a material with a lower refractive index.

The refractive index of current eyeglass lenses range from 1.498 (CR-39 plastic) to 1.74 (a specific variety of high-index plastic).

1.50 Quality Lenses

  • Conventional single-vision lenses
  • Good for an SPH correction of ±2.25 and below,
    and CYL correction of ±1.50 and below
  • Anti-scratch included
  • Anti-reflecetive and UV protection selectable

1.56 Quality Lenses

  • Thinner and lighter than 1.50 index lenses
  • Can handle an SPH correction between ±2.50 and ±4.00,
    and CYL corrections of ±3.00 and below
  • Anti-scratch included
  • Anti-reflecetive and UV protection selectable

1.61 Popular Lenses

  • Super-thin lens option, no compromise on vision
  • Recommend for an SPH correction between ±4.25 and ±6.75,
    and CYL correction between ±2.25 and /-3.00
  • Anti-scratch, anti-reflection and UV protection included

1.67 Advanced lenses

  • Ultra-thin lenses designed for stronger prescriptions
  • Recommend for an SPH correction between ±7.00 and ±9.00,
    and CYL correction between ±3.25 and /-4.00
  • Anti-scratch, anti-reflection and UV protection included

1.74 Premium lenses (Extremely thin)

  • Our thinnest lens designed for very strong prescriptions
  • Best for an SPH correction of ±9.25 or above,
    and CYL corrections between ±4.25 and ±6.00
  • Anti-scratch, anti-reflection and UV protection included

Prescription Sunglasses Lens

These lenses provide both correction and protection of your eyes from the sun and harmful UV rays.

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Lens Colors

Theoretically lens can be tinted with any color, but the most popular colors are: Green, Grey, Brown, Blue

In the gradient effect: Green, Grey, Brown, Blue.

In the mirror finish: Gold, Silver, Blue, Purple.

Other colors are available on request.

Beneficial Lens Treatment

Photochromic Lens

Photochromic Lens: also called light-adjusting lens. Photochromic lenses are specially treated to turn dark when exposed to UV light. When the lenses are out of the sunlight, they become clear again. This feature offers great comfort to wearers. Photochromic lenses come with anti-reflective, anti-scratch, and 100% UV protection coatings.

Polarized lenses

A Polarized lens is a sunglass lens that greatly reduces the glare from light that is Polarized horizontally, meaning the light reflecting off horizontal surfaces, such as a white sidewalk, a white-sand beach, snow, or sunlight reflecting on water.

UV Protection coating

UV Protection coating:is an invisible dye that blocks ultraviolet (UV) light. UV-protective treatments for eyeglass lenses block the sun UV rays from damaging your eyes.

Blue Light Blocking Lens

Blue light from sun and digital devices contributes to digital eye strain; lenses with blue light blocking benefits block blue light may increase comfort.

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Anti-scratch coating

Anti-scratch coating: the front and back of the lenses are treated with a clear and scratch-resistant coating, forming a much harder surface that is more resistant to scratching.

Anti-reflection coating

Anti-reflection coating: it is also called AR coating or anti-glare coating. Both sides of the lenses are treated with a clear, thin multilayer coating that eliminates reflections from the front and back surface of glasses lenses.