How To Choose Eyeglasses

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         How To Adjust Your Eyeglasses

         How To Measure Your Frame Size

         Eyeglasses For Your Face Shape

         Lenses and Coatings

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Impact Resistant  


Impact Resistant

Polycarbonate material was originally made for use on canopies covering fighter planes and then made its way into space on astronaut visors and space shuttle windshields. Today it is easily available to the public. Its impact resistance makes the material extremely suitable for sports, industrial safety goggles, and children's eyewear.

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Scratching   Scratching

The reason for polycarbonate lenses' impact resistance is because of their "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 coatings that form a protective layer around the lenses allowing the lenses to be free from scratches while retaining their impact-resistant qualities.
UV Protection   UV Protection

Polycarbonate lenses inherently carry full UV 400 protection.
frame only clear lens super hydrophobic coating


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


When light meets a lens, three things happen. Some light passes through a lens, which is called refraction, some are absorbed and converted into heat, and the rest is reflected off. Glare is produced when light bounces off the lens. Glare or reflections can be annoying and in some serious cases can reduce vision. To improve vision through the appearance of the lenses and glasses, an anti-reflective coating (also known as AR coating) is used.


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 on eyeglasses lenses block those same rays from damaging your eyes.


frame only lens anti reflective coating


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