Anti-Scratch

Anti-Scratch

No eyeglass lens material - not even glass - is scratch-proof. However, a lens that is treated front and back with a clear hard coating does become more resistant to scratching whether it's from dropping your glasses on the floor or occasionally cleaning them with a paper towel. All our glasses get an anti-scratch coating.

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Anti-Glare

Anti-Glare

Our premium anti-glare coating is ideal for computer use and night driving. They work by increasing the light transmission through the lenses providing you with the clearest, sharpest vision at all times. Any great-looking pair of eyeglasses will look even better: people will see your eyes through the lenses, not the light reflection!

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Premium Water Repellant Coating

Premium Water Repellant Coating

These premium water repellent coatings prevent water drops for sticking to the surface and spreading. It is also used to resist fingerprint and dirt accumulation, providing easier-to-clean surfaces which stay cleaner for approximately twice as long.

These premium water repellent coatings also prevent water drops for sticking to the surface and spreading. Instead, they stay contained and simply slide off the lens surface, "built-in windshield wipers," in effect.

This superior water repellency also provides oleophobic resistance as well, since it's been well established that oil and water don't mix! These premium quality lens attributes are possible because they are chemically bonded with the top portion of the lens material, and are not just an applied surface finish.

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UV Coating

UV Coating

Another lens treatment that is beneficial but invisible to the naked eye is ultraviolet (UV) protection. Just as we use sunscreen to keep the sun's UV rays from harming our skin, UV treatment in eyeglass lenses blocks those same rays from damaging our eyes. Overexposure to ultraviolet light is thought to be a case of cataracts, retinal damage and other eye problems. An ultraviolet treatment is simple and quick to apply to most plastic eyeglass lenses and it does not change the appearance of the lenses at all.

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Color Tint

Color Tint

As opposed to the changeable photochromics, another option in colored lenses is a tint which remains constant at all times. Tints are available on our glasses with the following colors: brown, grey and green (available 20%, 40%, 60%, 80%). Lighter, fashion tints are used primarily for cosmetic purposes to enhance a wearer's looks. Darker tints allow the wearer to use the lenses as sunglasses.

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Gradient Tint

Gradient Tint

A gradient lens refers to the distribution of the color tint in the lens and the cosmetic effect created with a darker upper lens (80%) and a clearer lower lens (10%). It only can be applied to the frame with height of 36mm and above.

A gradient lens provides both a cosmetic and utilitarian function. They are a fashion feature unto themselves, defining a lens which is darkest at the top, gradually lessening in color saturation toward the bottom of the lens.

Functionally, they allow you to effectively wear sunglasses on a slightly cloudy day, or toward dusk. When your eyes are raised or looking more toward the sun or light source, you have the protection of a regular pair of sunglasses. Yet, in an only moderately bright environment, or if you need to clearly see something that is closer to you, the bottom of the lens is without tint, in order to maximize the light available for viewing closer images more easily.

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Polarized

Polarized

A finish provided to eyeglass lens which reduces the amount of glare reflected from surfaces such as water, metal or highway road finishes.

When electromagnetic waves (i.e., light) are reflected from a surface, the waves are strongest in one direction, usually horizontally in the case of water, metal or other flat surfaces and this reflected light can be both annoying and dangerous, as it strikes the viewers eyes intensely, creating glare. Polarization is a property of free traveling light waves that describes the orientation of their oscillations, which are perpendicular to the direction the light wave is traveling.

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Photochromic Light-adjusting

Photochromic Light-adjusting

Photochromic lenses provide the correct amount of protection for the varying light conditions you experience.

Photochromic lens darken when being exposed to UV (ultraviolet) rays. Once the UV rays are absent (for example, walking indoors), the lens will gradually return to their clear state.

Thanks to photochromic lenses, eyeglass wearers can purchase one set of glasses that will allow them to see inside, as well as provide sun protection outdoors.

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