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There are so many choices for lenses and coatings when buying eyeglasses. A common mistake when buying eyeglasses is not spending enough time considering your choices of lens materials, filters and coatings. This lens guide will give you the basics you need to help choose the lenses and coatings you need for your glasses.

Single Vision Lenses

Single vision is the most common type of prescription lens. These prescription lenses correct one field of vision i.e. distance, computer or reading. This lens type features a single field or one prescription power throughout the lens to correct for nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia) and presbyopia (reading). We can fill prescriptions between -12.50 and +6.00 sphere. Or up to +/-6.00 cylinder using the highest quality lenses.

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  • Anti-reflective
  • UV Filter
  • Scratch Resistant

High Index Lenses

High-index lenses allow people with a stronger prescription to wear a lens that is 40 percent thinner and lighter than the industry standard CR-39 lens. This ensures a thinner lens in your glasses for farsightedness, nearsightedness and astigmatism. If you are farsighted or nearsighted stronger than +/- 3.00, regular CR-39 lenses can be quite heavy and thick.

Doctors recommend high index lenses for people that want ultra thin and light weight lens material. High-index lenses are made with scratch-resistance materials and also offer 100 percent UV protection for your eyes.

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  • Anti-reflective
  • UV Filter
  • Scratch Resistant

Reading Lenses

If you experience symptoms of eye strain or need magnification for near, you may need to consider single vision reading glasses. Reading glasses are available in powers +1.00 to +3.00.

All eyewear you can use for reading glasses, available in lots of fun styles and colors. They are less expensive than custom eyewear, allowing you to own several pairs for an affordable price. You can experiment with fashion, If you don’t like the style, you can always get another pair with a more conservative look.

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  • Anti-reflective
  • UV Filter
  • Scratch Resistant

Blue-Light Blocking Computer Lenses

What is Blue Light?

Blue light is also known as high-energy visible blue light (HEV) . Blue light or HEV have short wavelengths similar to UV light. Prolonged exposure to UV light has been shown to damage the retina, the part of the eye that detects light and color.

Blue light disrupts our circadian rhythm, the natural release of hormones (melatonin) that allows us to sleep at night. The blue light tricks our brain it is day-time, which makes falling asleep more difficult and lowers our sleep quality.

Why filter out blue light?

The typical person spends ten hours looking at screens everyday and all screens we look at throughout the day emit blue light. The blue light emitted by screens is a cumulative effect can cause damage to the retina. Prolonged exposure to blue light also causes symptoms of eyestrain, eye fatigue, dry eyes and even headaches.

Wearing blue light glasses decreases the exposure of blue light by 95 percent therefore help mitigate the negative effects of blue light on your eyes.

Lumio glasses feature handcrafted frames, premium anti-reflective coatings and blue blocking lenses. We have the thinnest, lightest lenses on the market and surgical grade blue light protection that blocks 95% of the strongest blue light wavelengths.

Our glasses are designed to:

  • Reduce Blue Light and Glare
  • Reduce Eye Strain and Eye Fatigue
  • Scratch Resistant
  • Repels Dust and Water
  • Block 100% UV light
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  • Anti-reflective
  • UV Filter
  • Scratch Resistant

Transition Lenses

Transition lenses, also known as photochromic lenses, enables eyeglass lenses to darken automatically outdoors in response to the sun’s UV light rays, and then quickly return to clear when indoors. The molecules that cause photochromic lenses to darken are activated by UV light. Transition lenses will darken on overcast days as well as sunny days. Transition lenses are treated to block 100 percent of harmful UVA and UVB rays.

Photochromic lenses are available in many materials and designs, including high-index lenses and anti-glare. Because exposure to sunlight and UV radiation has been associated with cataract formation, it’s recommended to consider photochromic lenses for children’s eyewear as well as for eyeglasses for adults.

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  • Anti-reflective
  • UV Filter
  • Scratch Resistant

Top Quality Lenses

Select the perfect lens for any budget irrespective of any spectacle frame.

  • Anti-Reflective CoatingThere are numerous situations where reflections ruin your vision, strain the eyes and cause eye fatigue and stress. Anti-reflection coating on lenses ensure that the reflections are cut out from your vision and eyes are less strained.
  • Scratch ResistantIf you wear lenses with scratch resistant coatings, you are better off at extending the life of your eyeglass lens.
  • Ultra Violet Blocking TreatmentUV protection is a must for everyone irrespective of age. The coating blocks the harmful UV rays from passing through lenses.
  • Hydrophobic CoatingA hydrophobic coating supports greatly to repel water drops, grease, and smudges from lens surface making cleaning easier.
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