Lens Coating video guide

Eye & lens protection tutorial video Explore our Ten Lens Coatings
Our ten Lens Coatings allow you to make your glasses as unique as you are. Watch our video to learn which coatings are right for you and your prescription eyeglasses.

Lenses and Coatings

  • Anti-Scratch

    Anti-scratch coating Learn more...

    Free with all EyeBuyDirect glasses! Anti-Scratch coating protects against the normal wear and tear. No glasses are invincible, but this coating defends against drops and tumbles.

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  • Anti-Glare

    Anti-glare coating Learn more...

    The only reflections you'll see are in a mirror! Anti-Glare covering reduces reflections caused from computers, roads, and more.

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  • Premium Water

    Premium water repellant coating Learn more...

    Water Repellent Coating keeps water drops, dirt, and smudges off your lens. Lenses with this premium coating stay sparkling for nearly twice as long.

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  • UV Protection

    UV coating Learn more...

    UV Protection Coating keeps harmful UV rays from damaging your eyes. This invisible coating works like sunscreen for your eyes. FREE with Polycarbonate (1.59) Lenses!

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  • Color Tint

    Color tint Learn more...

    Make your own sunglasses with color tint! Choose from six colors and four strengths. This tint cannot be applied with Polarized or Photochromic lenses.

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  • Gradient Tint

    Gradient tint Learn more...

    Gradient tint starts with a dark upper lens that becomes a lighter lower lens. Gradient is only applicable on frames above 36mm in height and cannot be applied with other sunwear options.

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  • Polarized

    Polarized lens Learn more...

    This safety coating reduces the annoying- and dangerous- reflections from water and roads. Polarized coating cannot be applied with Color Tint, Gradient Tint, or Photochromic lenses.

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  • Photochromic

    Photochromic light-adjusting Learn more...

    This coating darkens and lightens according to exposure to sunlight, becoming dark outdoors and clear indoors. This option cannot be applied with other sunwear options. Transitions™ lenses are also Photochromic.

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  • Computer lens

    Computer lens Learn more...

    Computer Lens protects you against Blue High Energy Visible Light emitted by LED screens (TVs, Computers, tablets, smartphones...) which is the major cause of eye strain.

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  • Mirrored Lens

    Mirrored Lens Learn more...

    Mirrored Lenses serve the function of sunglasses with a little extra flash. This reflective coating comes in Gold, Silver, and Blue and cannot be applied with other sunglasses options.

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