DOUBLE VISION PROMOTION Get a 2nd free pair of lenses with your first order. Promo valid until 30 November 2020. The 2nd pair must be the same prescription as the 1st pair. Please visit our shops for more information.
202020 Rule
202020 Rule
Glare occurs when too much light enters the eye and interferes with vision. It can be distracting and even dangerous and can occur during the day or at night. Dirty and scratched lenses can exacerbate the effects of glare. Several optical solutions are available. Anti-glare coatings, photochromic, and polarised lenses are very effective against glare.
Have you ever suffered from blurry vision after driving long distances or staring at electronic devices for extended periods of time? Often the best thing to do is to rest your eyes, but finding the time to do so is seldom an option for busy people. Eyewear that has been optimised for the correct viewing distance can help manage the problem.
All lenses have reflections in some shape or form, especially so for high-index lenses. These unwanted reflections make glasses appear less attractive and can cause confusion as it cuts some of the light out that should pass through your glasses. Most of this reflectivity can now be eliminated with the use of anti-reflex coatings.
Plastic lenses have many advantages over glass lenses but its weakness is that it can get scratched more easily. Once scratched the best solution is to replace them. Fortunately there are a number of protective coatings available to make plastic lenses more scratch resistant.

Recent advances in lens technology have lead to products that go a long way to eliminate problems that have plagued lens design. Ask our friendly staff for more information.

Digital Eye Strain

Chances are you are reading this on a screen of some sort.  Screens are now an integral part of life, whether it is for work, meetings, entertainment, or online-schooling. Looking at a screen for a long time is tiring: If you spend two or more consecutive hours in front of a computer per day, you may develop computer vision syndrome (CVS). Common symptoms of computer vision syndrome include eyestrain, headaches, blurry vision, dry eyes, tired eyes, and even neck and shoulder pain related to head and eye tension. While cutting out all screens is nearly impossible, developing consciousness about responsible screen use

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