Prescription

On the selected product’s page click the button  “Make an enquiry for this product” and send your prescription details:

Example 1:
SPHERE:  right -2.75  left -2.5
CYLINDER:   right -1.5  left -1
AXIS:   right 110 left  120
ADD:  right +2.5  left  +2.5
PD  63
 
 
 
Example 2:
SPHERE:  right -4.75  left -4.5
PD  62
Anti-Scratch Coating
Anti-Reflecting Coating
Photochromic lenses

Your prescription enables us to custom-make each pair of glasses.

SPHERE  (SPH)
Sphere indicates the strength of your prescription in 0.25 increments.

Nearsighted prescriptions, for people who have problems seeing in the distance,  have a minus (-) sign in the sphere;
Farsighted prescriptions, for people who have problems seeing up close, have a plus (+) sign in the sphere.

PD
Your pupil distance.
The average PD is 62mm and most people fall within the 54mm to 74mm range.
It also can be written like:
33/31  the measurements from the center of your nose to the right / left pupils
63/60 – means 63 your PD for your distance vision and 60 is the PD for your near vision.

CYLINDER (CYL)
For people with ‘astigmatism’
Not all prescriptions have a cylinder and some prescriptions have a cylinder in only one eye.

AXIS
Axis  tell us at what degree to put the cylinder lens. Axis should be from 1-180 degrees.

ADD
The additional value  for bifocal or progressive lenses as well as for reading glasses.

Eyeglass Lens Material

  • Basic Eyeglass Lenses
  • Thin & Light Polycarbonate Eyeglass Lenses with an index refraction of 1.59
  • Thin Lenses with 1.6–index
  • Extra Thin Lenses with an index of 1.67
  • Thinnest with an index of 1.74

Eye Protection and Lens Coatings

Additional $5 for each coating

Anti-Scratch Coating
It does help to prevent minor scratches that can damage the surface of the lens.

UV Coating
It is applied to most eyeglass lenses – except polycarbonate as they have an inherent material property that does not need UV coating.

Anti-Reflecting Coating
The biggest benefit is the eradication of the reflection itself – making the eyes of the wearer more visible. The coating is also the best solution for computer usage and night driving.

Transitions Lenses (Photochromic lenses)
Have a compound that becomes dark when exposed to light and made clear again by removing light. It is blocking harmful UV rays.

Polarized Sunglass Lenses
Sunlight is reflected or absorbed in horizontal, diagonal, or vertical directions. Polarized sunglass lenses have a laminated surface that contains only vertical stripes, and only vertically-polarized light will be allowed to enter the person’s eyes. The glare will then be eliminated because any horizontally-polarized waves of light will not be able to bypass the polarized filter.

Tinted Sunglass Lenses
It can only be applied to basic lenses with an index of 1.50. Tinted lenses should be used in conjunction with an ultraviolet protective coating.