Progressive and Bifocal lenses allow for multiple prescriptions in one lens, letting you see clearly near, far and in-between. It also conveniently eliminates the need for constantly carrying two different pairs of glasses.
Near and far, with-line.
Bifocal lenses are like the vinyl records of the optic industry. Usually favored by a more mature audience, they have the added benefit of not requiring any adjustment period.
This lens includes both near and far distances, and includes a segment line that separates the two. The upper section of the lens includes the distance prescription, while the lower section of the lens includes a nearer, reading prescription.
Near and far, no-line.
Progressive lenses provide seamless vision for all distances and areas for all day, every day.
When the eye has trouble focusing on objects up close we offer progressive lenses instead of bifocals or trifocals. These lenses feature a distance and reading correction in the same lens. Over the years, progressive lenses have become the standard because they offer a seamless progression through many lenses powers from distance to intermediate to near.
Getting used to progressive lenses can take anywhere from a few days to one full month.
We suggest you start wearing your new glasses at home and at the office and only when you feel fully adjusted should you start driving.
Here are a few tips to help you get adjusted to your
Start by looking ahead as much as possible. As you start, objects on the side will seem out of focus. This is normal and will disappear as you get adjusted.
Pick up a magazine, move your head gently up and down so you scan the entire page. You will notice a smooth transition between all distances.
Turn any pair of progressive lenses into sunglasses, or adaptive lenses that automatically adjust from clear to dark. Just make sure to add the option when selecting your lenses.
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Easy! Every frame has a general size marked as S, M, or L to give you an idea of the frame size. Furthermore you can get the exact dimensions of the frame by either clicking on a product image to go to its page; or by clicking on "More frame details" from the Quick-Look view of a specific product.
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Prices are for a complete set of glasses, with standard prescription single-vision or non-prescription lenses. The price also includes a free case and cloth! Additionally, you can opt to upgrade your lenses to a thinner lens and add protective coatings to the lenses on the product page below the product details.
After deciding on a specific frame, click on "Select Lens". You will be transferred to the frame's product page where you can choose the usage of your glasses, optional lens thinning and lens protection upgrades, and enter your prescription online. You can also fax us or send us your prescription by e-mail. Our professional customer service representatives will be happy to give you any assistance.
Not all frames can be fitted with progressive or bifocal (line) lenses. Look for frames that are marked with a check for "Bifocal/Progressive" next to them
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