Our Lens Types
SINGLE VISION: Our single vision lens type is either for fixing Reading or Distance issues. It can be for near or far-sightedness, depending upon the prescription.
BIFOCALS: Bifocals offer a 2-way vision range to accommodate the near or far-sightedness with a seamless transition of the vision. Bifocals come in different forms, such as lined or no-lined bifocals for multiple vision preferences.
Progressive: Progressive lenses offer a 3-way vision range to accommodate the near, far, and intermediate ranges. This lens type is ideal for aged individuals.
PHOTOCHROMIC LENSES: Photochromic lenses are a type of eyewear lens that contain special molecules that react to ultraviolet (UV) light. When exposed to UV rays, these molecules undergo a chemical reaction that causes the lenses to darken. Once the UV light is no longer present, the lenses gradually become clear again. With photochromic lenses, you no longer need to switch between regular glasses and sunglasses when going outdoors. The lenses automatically adjust to the changing light conditions, providing optimal vision at all times.
Our Lens Coatings
|Anti-Scratch Coating: Our anti-scratch coating will protect your lenses from being scratched, or catching swirl marks. It keeps the lens surface smooth, and endures the abrupt slip and slide, making the lenses more potent.
|Anti-Reflective Coating: This coating deflects back the unwanted glares, and rays that come in contact with your vision. It also helps in protecting your vision from UV rays. Anti Reflective is also known as AR and has been a widely used lens commodity.
|Hydrophobic Coatings: Hydrophobic coatings come with a specialized chemical sheet that dispels the water droplets from converging onto the lenses. It liquifies the raindrops, and sweat, or even the fog created on the glasses due to air conditioning so that you maintain a clear vision.
|Digital Screen Protection: Digital Screen Protection helps protect your eyes from the harmful blue rays cast out by multimedia devices. It also protects your vision at the time of digital exposure under dim lights.