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Professional lens Service

We offer quality prescription lenses to any customer who buys frames from us. This quality service is fast and offers breath-taking value compared to optical stores. We have licensed optical dispensers directly involved in every aspect of the daily running of the business. Each pair of prescription glasses will be made fitted with 100% accuracy and quality. It is easy and comfortable to buy prescription eyewear with us.

 

About Our Lenses Types

1.Single Vision Lenses

Single Vision lenses are the standard eyeglass prescription. These glasses have only one viewing area throughout the entire lens and the correctional area can be for far distance, mid distance or reading.
Far distance- If you wear glasses all day, but don't have bi/varifocals or mostly need these glasses to see things in the distance.E.g. For driving.
Mid distance- If you mostly need these glasses for working on the computer or something else at arms length or you are a musician and need these glasses for reading music.
Reading- If you need to read things close to you.Papers, document, etc

1.59 PC Lenses

Impact Resistant: Polycarbonate material was originally made for uses on canopies covering fighter planes and then made its way into space on astronaut visors and space shuttle windshields. Today it is readily available to the public. It impact resistance makes the material extremely suitable for sports, industrial safety goggles, and children's eyewear.
Scratching:The reason for polycarbonate lenses' impact resistance is because of its "softness". Softer materials will flex instead of fragment when met with great force. However, the property allows lenses to be scratched easily. Therefore, every single one of our polycarbonate lenses is multi-coated with hard coating that forms a protective layer around the lenses allowing the lenses to be free from scratches while retaining its impact resistant qualities.
UV Protection:Polycarbonate lenses inherently carries full UV 400 protection.

Features:Suitable for Spherical power of (+4.00~-6.00), Cyl(-2.00~+2.00). Reduces the edge thickness for nearsighted(-) prescriptions and center thickness for farsighted (+) prescriptions

2.Bifocal Lenses with a Line

A bifocal lens means a lens with two points of focus. A small portion of the eyeglass lens is reserved for the near-vision correction. The rest of the lens is usually a distance correction.
Generally, you look up and through the distance portion of the lens when focusing on points farther away, and you look down and through the bifocal segment of the lens when focusing on reading material or detail work up to about 18 inches away. All bifocal eyeglasses at glasseslit.com are made of plastic index 1.499. it comes automatically with anti-scratch and UV protection.

 

Photochromic lenses

Mid-index 1.56 Photochromic lenses

The difference between photochromic lenses and ordinary color lenses is that photochromic lenses can change from light to dark depending on the amount of ultraviolet light. This feature offers great comfort to eyeglass wearers.Photochromic lenses come with built-in anti-scratch, and 100% UV protection.

 

 

 

 

Our Coatings

Anti-Scratch Coating (Free)

Anti-Scratch coating for eyeglasses is a coating that is applied to lens surfaces. It helps to prevent minor scratches that can easily happen to a regular lens. These minor scratches can damage the surface of the lens and impair vision. An anti-scratch coating acts as a protective layer thus making the lenses more durable.

UV Coating

UV Coating is a beneficial lens treatment. It is an invisible dye that blocks ultraviolet (UV) light. Just as sunscreen keeps the sun's UV rays from harming your skin, UV-protective treatments for eyeglasses lenses block those same rays from damaging your eyes.

Anti-reflective coating for driving & Sport

As light encounters a lens three things happen. Some of the light passes through the lens, this is called refraction, some is absorbed and converted into heat energy (very small amounts) and the rest bounces off. When light bounces off the lens this creates glare. Glare or reflections can be annoying and in some severe cases can decrease visual acuity. To improve both the vision through the lenses and the appearance of the glasses, an anti-reflective coating (also called AR coating) is applied.