The type of lens you’ll need depends on a variety of things such as your lifestyle, job, preference, and vision needs. Have a look below at the lenses we offer, including their benefits and prices, to help you decide which lenses might be the right ones for you.
This type of lens comes as standard with every frame at no extra charge and has just one prescription that covers the entire lens. Typically for people with short or long sight, who just need glasses for driving, reading or working at a computer.
Bifocal lenses –
If you need separate glasses for distance vision and reading, then bifocal lenses might be an option for you as they’re designed to accommodate two different prescriptions – usually distance and up-close vision.
Varifocal lenses –
These lenses accommodate more than two vision types, and unlike the clear distinction on bifocals, they have different sections for viewing close-up, far away and everything in between.
Occupational lenses –
Occupational lenses are a step up from reading glasses. They allow the wearer to see both close up and a bit further away, which is something basic reading glasses can’t do.