Supporting Vision Care

Our Lenses

All of our lenses are made from organic materials that are
both lightweight and durable

Our Varifocal lenses provide seamless vision for all distances and are manufactured using the latest digital free form technology to ensure the utmost accuracy and to give you the best vision possible.

As we cannot take your measurements in person we use a proven formula to determine the optimum lens design for you based on your individual prescription, selected frame shape and size.

Because of the way our brains work getting used to new varifocal lenses can take anything from a few hours to a week or more.

We suggest you start wearing all new glasses at home and at the office and only when you feel fully adjusted should you start driving.

Here are a few tips to help you get adjusted to your new varifocal lenses:

  1. Start by looking ahead as much as possible. To begin, objects to the side may seem out of focus. This is normal and will disappear as you get used to your new lenses.
  2. Pick up a magazine, move your head gently up and down so you scan the entire page. You will notice a smooth transition between all distances.
  3. Move the magazine without turning your head. Start pointing your nose slowly towards the text and raise your chin at the same time. You’ll feel the text smoothly glide back into focus.
  4. Repeat these steps 2-3 times daily for the first few days until you feel comfortable and in control.

All of our sunglasses are fitted with Polarized lenses - BECAUSE POLARIZED LENSES ARE AWESOME!

Once you’ve experienced Polarized sunglass lenses you’ll never go back to basic tinted lenses – that’s why we include them as standard

Our Polarized lenses offer full UV Protection and are made from CR39 the most widely used lens material in UK which is both lightweight and durable

With a scratch-resistant coating as standard they are available as Single Vision or Varifocals

So, why are Polarized lenses so awesome?

Polarized lenses incorporate a special chemical film that reduces the horizontal light waves and glare.

Glare is caused when light from the sun is reflected off of water or a solid surface.

By neutralizing glare, polarized lenses help you see objects more clearly.