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About Our Lenses

Single-Vision Rx Lenses:

Full-Time Wear Distance Rx or Reading-only Rx

Clear
Polycarbonate
Clear Polycarbonate Industrial-Grade Safety Lenses
Seiko® 1.67 Super-High Index

Tinted/Polarized Sun Lenses
Tinted CR-39™ optical resin Sun Lenses
Polycarbonate Tinted Sun Lenses (Dark Tint)
Tinted Polycarbonate Industrial-Grade Safety Lenses
Seiko® 1.67 Super-High Index Tinted Sun Lenses
Polarized CR-39™ optical resin Sun Lenses
Polarized Polycarbonate Sun Lenses
Polarized Polycarbonate Industrial-Grade Safety Lenses

Clear Inside/Dark Outside
CR-39™ optical resin Next Generation™ Transitions® Lenses
Polycarbonate Quantum® Transitions® Lenses
Polycarbonate Transitions® Industrial-Grade Safety Lenses
CR-39™ optical resin Ellipse™ Transitions® Lenses
Polycarbonate Airwear™ Ellipse™ Transitions® Lenses

Regular Bifocals (Flat-Top 28)

Clear
Polycarbonate Regular Bifocals
Clear Industrial-Grade Polycarbonate Regular Bifocal Safety Lenses

Tinted/Polarized Sun Lenses
CR-39™ optical resin Tinted Regular Bifocals (Darkest Tint)
Polycarbonate Tinted Sun Lenses (Dark Tint)
Tinted Industrial-Grade Polycarbonate Regular Bifocal Safety Lenses
Polycarbonate Polarized Regular Bifocals

Progressives ("No-Line Bifocals")

Clear
Clear Polycarbonate Sola® Progressives
Clear Industrial-Grade Polycarbonate Kodak® Progressives
Clear Polycarbonate Airwear® Varilux® Ellipse™ Progressives

Tinted/Polarized Sun Lenses
Tinted CR-39™ optical resin Sola® Progressives (Darkest Tint)
Tinted Industrial-Grade Polycarbonate Kodak® Progressives
Tinted CR-39™ optical resin Varilux® Progressives (Darkest Tint)
Tinted CR-39™ optical resin Varilux® Ellipse™ Progressives (Darkest Tint)
Tinted Polycarbonate Sola® Progressives (Dark Tint)
Tinted Polycarbonate Varilux® Progressives (Dark Tint)
Tinted Polycarbonate Varilux® Ellipse™ Airwear® Progressives (Dark Tint)
Polycarbonate Polarized Sola® Progressives

Clear Inside/Dark Outside
Polycarbonate Transitions® Sola® Progressives
Varilux® Airwear® Polycarbonate Quantum® Transitions® Progressives

Lens Coatings:

Premium Anti-Reflective Coating

Single-Vision Lenses

Clear Lenses

  • Clear Polycarbonate Lenses
    All of our $39.00 complete pair packages are made using polycarbonate lenses; the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, they are much thinner than standard (CR-39™ optical resin) optical lenses. They also come with both 100% UV and tough scratch-resistant coatings applied to both sides of the lenses, as well as polished lens edges, at no extra charge.

    Polycarbonate is the required material for all children's eyeglasses because of its safety qualities - it's the material used to make bulletproof glass. For this reason, it's also the eye doctors' lens of choice for those with a blind eye or amblyopia (commonly called a "lazy eye"), where one eye's best-corrected vision is worse than the other eye. It ensures the good eye is always protected in case of an accident.

    Standard polycarbonate lenses are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. Custom surfacing carries an additional charge of ; we will contact you if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

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  • Clear Seiko® 1.67 Super High-Index Lenses
    Seiko® 1.67 lenses are our lens of choice for those with very high prescriptions. They are thinner than any other 1.60/1.66 "high-index" or "thinnest" lenses others may sell. If you've never had 1.67-index lenses before, you'll be surprised how thin your eyeglass lenses can be! They also come with both 100% UV and tough scratch-resistant coatings applied to both sides of the lenses, as well as polished lens edges, at no extra charge.

    The lenses alone retail for over $125.00 . We are proud to offer them to you for only $29.95 additional, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. Though they are generally recommended for prescriptions above +4.00/-6.00, they can make any prescription over +/-3.00 (especially in larger frames) look great!

    If your prescription is over +3.00/-8.00 (or have over +/-3.00 cylinder) we custom-surface the lenses to make sure they look as thin as possible. Custom surfacing carries an additional charge of $39; we will contact you if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

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  • Clear Polycarbonate Industrial-Grade Safety Lenses
    Our complete pair safety packages are made using industrial-grade polycarbonate lenses with a minimum thickness of at least 2.0mm per ANSI-Z87.1-2003 standards. Polycarbonate is the most impact-resistant material made; it's the material used to make bulletproof glass. They also come with both 100% UV and tough scratch-resistant coatings applied to both sides of the lenses, as well as polished lens edges, at no extra charge.

    Prescription safety eyewear is essential for anyone who works in an industrial environment where eye and face hazards exist. They are also a must for hobbyists who work at home with cutting wood, metal, or glass.

    Polycarbonate lenses are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. Custom surfacing carries an additional charge of 19.95; this will be added to your total if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

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Sun Lenses

  • CR-39™ optical resin Tinted Sun Lenses (Darkest Tint)
    Sometimes referred to as hard-resin, our standard sun lenses are made using the highest optical-grade CR-39™ optical resin lenses. In addition to its fantastic optical clarity, CR-39™ optical resin can be tinted much darker than polycarbonate (which is why we use it). In addition to the tinting, we apply 100% UV-protective and tough scratch-resistant coatings to both sides of the lenses. CR-39™ optical resin is recommended for low-to-moderate prescriptions, between +3.00 and -4.00. If your prescription is higher than this, check out our Tinted Seiko® 1.67 Super-High Index Sun Lenses or our Polarized Polycarbonate Sun Lenses.

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  • Seiko® 1.67 Super High-Index Sun Lenses (Dark Tint)
    Seiko® 1.67 lenses are our lens of choice for those with very high prescriptions. They are thinner than any other 1.60/1.66 "high-index" or "thinnest" lenses others may sell. If you've never had 1.67-index lenses before, you'll be surprised how thin your eyeglass lenses can be! They also come with both 100% UV and tough scratch-resistant coatings applied to both sides of the lenses, as well as polished lens edges, at no extra charge.

    The lenses alone retail for over $145.00 . We are proud to offer them to you, tinted, for only $59.90 additional, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. Though they are generally recommended for prescriptions above +4.00/-6.00, they can make any prescription over +/-3.00 (especially in larger frames) look great!

    If your prescription is over +3.00/-8.00 (or have over +/-3.00 cylinder) we custom-surface the lenses to make sure they look as thin as possible. Custom surfacing carries an additional charge of $39; we will contact you if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

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  • CR-39™ optical resin Polarized Sun Lenses
    Polarized lenses have filters that block out reflected light. They virtually eliminate the glare caused by reflections from horizontal surfaces, making them ideal for driving or water-activities. This filtering of incoming light (rather than darkening it) leads to sharper vision and better color vision. Polarized lenses are naturally UV-protective and we apply our tough scratch-resistant coating to both lens surfaces.

    The lenses alone retail for over $80.00 . We are proud to offer them to you for only additional, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. The CR-39™ optical resin material is recommended for low-to-moderate prescriptions, between +3.00 and -4.00. If your prescription is outside this range, check out our polarized polycarbonate lenses.

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  • Polycarbonate Polarized Sun Lenses
    Polarized lenses have filters that block out reflected light. They virtually eliminate the glare caused by reflections from horizontal surfaces, making them ideal for driving or water-activities. This filtering of incoming light (rather than darkening it) leads to sharper vision and better color vision. Polarized lenses are naturally UV-protective and we apply our tough scratch-resistant coating to both lens surfaces.

    Polycarbonate is the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, polycarbonate is thinner than standard (CR-39™ optical resin) optical lenses. They are ideal for children or people with an active lifestyle.

    The lenses alone retail for over $100.00 . We are proud to offer them to you for only additional, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. They are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions up to +4.00/-8.00, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. If your Rx is higher than this, call us at 1-800-672-6304. Custom surfacing carries an additional charge of ; we will contact you if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

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  • Polarized Polycarbonate Industrial-Grade Safety Lenses
    Our complete pair safety packages are made using industrial-grade polycarbonate lenses with a minimum thickness of at least 2.0mm per ANSI-Z87.1-2003 standards. Polycarbonate is the most impact-resistant material made; it's the material used to make bulletproof glass. They also come with both 100% UV and tough scratch-resistant coatings applied to both sides of the lenses, as well as polished lens edges, at no extra charge.

    Prescription safety eyewear is essential for anyone who works in an industrial environment where eye and face hazards exist. They are also a must for hobbyists who work at home with cutting wood, metal, or glass.

    Polarized lenses have filters that block out reflected light. They virtually eliminate the glare caused by reflections from horizontal surfaces, making them ideal for driving or water-activities. This filtering of incoming light (rather than darkening it) leads to sharper vision and better color vision. Polarized lenses are naturally UV-protective and we apply our tough scratch-resistant coating to both lens surfaces.

    Polycarbonate lenses are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. Custom surfacing carries an additional charge of 19.95; this will be added to your total if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

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  • Polycarbonate Tinted Sun Lenses (Dark Tint)

    Our complete pair tinted sunglass package uses standard polycarbonate lenses; the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, they are much thinner than standard (CR-39™ optical resin) optical lenses. In addition to the tinting, they also come with both 100% UV and tough scratch-resistant coatings applied to both sides of the lenses, as well as polished lens edges, at no extra charge.

    Polycarbonate is the required material for all children's eyeglasses because of its safety qualities - it's the material used to make bulletproof glass. For this reason, it's also the eye doctors' lens of choice for those with a blind eye or amblyopia (commonly called a "lazy eye"), where one eye's best-corrected vision is worse than the other eye. It ensures the good eye is always protected in case of an accident.

    Note: due to polycarbonate's inherent properties, we are able to tint these to a maximum of 70%; the SmartFit ColorSelector shows images with 90% tints.

    Standard polycarbonate sun lenses are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. Custom surfacing carries an additional charge of ; we will contact you if your prescription falls outside these ranges, or you can choose Tinted Seiko® 1.67 Super-High Index Sun Lenses for the thinnest lenses.

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  • Tinted Polycarbonate Industrial-Grade Safety Lenses

    Our complete pair safety packages are made using industrial-grade polycarbonate lenses with a minimum thickness of at least 2.0mm per ANSI-Z87.1-2003 standards. Polycarbonate is the most impact-resistant material made; it's the material used to make bulletproof glass. They also come with both 100% UV and tough scratch-resistant coatings applied to both sides of the lenses, as well as polished lens edges, at no extra charge.

    Prescription safety eyewear is essential for anyone who works in an industrial environment where eye and face hazards exist. They are also a must for hobbyists who work at home with cutting wood, metal, or glass.

    Polycarbonate lenses are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. Custom surfacing carries an additional charge of 19.95; this will be added to your total if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

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  • CR-39™ optical resin Polarized Regular Bifocals

    Our regular bifocals are flat-top 28, meaning they have a 28-millimeter (mm) wide reading portion shaped like a sideways "D".

    Polarized lenses have filters that block out reflected light. They virtually eliminate the glare caused by reflections from horizontal surfaces, making them ideal for driving or water-activities. This filtering of incoming light (rather than darkening it) leads to sharper vision and better color vision. Polarized lenses are naturally UV-protective and we apply our tough scratch-resistant coating to both lens surfaces.

    Sometimes referred to as hard-resin, our standard bifocal sun lenses are made using the highest optical-grade CR-39™ optical resin lenses. In addition to its fantastic optical clarity, CR-39™ optical resin can be tinted much darker than polycarbonate (which is why we use it). In addition to the tinting, we apply 100% UV-protective and tough scratch-resistant coatings to both sides of the lenses. CR-39™ optical resin is recommended for low-to-moderate prescriptions, between +3.00 and -4.00. If your prescription is higher than this, check out our Tinted Polycarbonate Bifocal Sun Lenses or our Polarized Polycarbonate Bifocal Sun Lenses.

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Clear-Indoor/Dark-Outdoor Lenses

  • CR-39™ optical resin Next Generation™ Transitions® Lenses
    We are proud to carry the latest Next Generation™ Transitions® Lenses, which go from clear indoors to as dark as sunglasses outdoors. Their advanced technology adjusts to changing light, so you see clearly and more comfortably in virtually any light condition. They have a refractive index of 1.50.

    Indoors, Transitions Lenses® are as clear as your regular eyeglasses. Outdoors, they quickly darken into sunglasses. They work so well, in a recent clinical study, four out of five eyeglass wearers preferred Transitions® to their regular lenses. And Transitions® provide 100% UV protection.

    The lenses alone retail for over $85.00 . We are proud to offer them to you for only $69.90 additional, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. The CR-39™ optical resin material is recommended for low-to-moderate prescriptions, between +3.00 and -4.00. If your prescription is outside this range, check out our Polycarbonate Transitions® Lenses.

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  • Polycarbonate Quantum® Transitions® Lenses
    Transitions® Lenses go from clear indoors to as dark as sunglasses outdoors. Their advanced technology adjusts to changing light, so you see clearly and more comfortably in virtually any light condition. The Quantum® technology allows the vision through high-index lenses to remain clear through all lens-darkness levels.

    Indoors, Transitions® Lenses are as clear as your regular eyeglasses. Outdoors, they quickly darken into sunglasses. They work so well, in a recent clinical study, four out of five eyeglass wearers preferred Transitions® to their regular lenses. And Transitions® provide 100% UV protection. We also apply tough scratch-resistant coatings to both lens surfaces, and polished lens edges, at no additional charge.

    Polycarbonate is the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, polycarbonate is thinner than standard (CR-39™ optical resin) optical lenses. They are ideal for children or people with an active lifestyle.

    The lenses alone retail for over $125.00 . We are proud to offer them to you for only $88.90 additional, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. They are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions up to +4.00/-8.00, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. If your Rx is higher than this, call us at 1-800-672-6304. Custom surfacing carries an additional charge of ; we will contact you if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

    Polycarbonate Transitions® Industrial-Grade Safety Lenses
    Our complete pair safety packages are made using industrial-grade polycarbonate lenses with a minimum thickness of at least 2.0mm per ANSI-Z87.1-2003 standards. Polycarbonate is the most impact-resistant material made; it's the material used to make bulletproof glass. They also come with both 100% UV and tough scratch-resistant coatings applied to both sides of the lenses, as well as polished lens edges, at no extra charge.

    Prescription safety eyewear is essential for anyone who works in an industrial environment where eye and face hazards exist. They are also a must for hobbyists who work at home with cutting wood, metal, or glass.

    Indoors, Transitions® Lenses are as clear as your regular eyeglasses. Outdoors, they quickly darken into sunglasses. They work so well, in a recent clinical study, four out of five eyeglass wearers preferred Transitions® to their regular lenses. And Transitions® provide 100% UV protection.

    Polycarbonate lenses are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. Custom surfacing carries an additional charge of 19.95; this will be added to your total if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

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  • CR-39™ optical resin Ellipse™ Transitions® Lenses
    We are proud to carry the latest Ellipse™ Transitions® Lenses, progressive lenses by Essilor®, the industry leader in progressive lenses. Progressives are often referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line. Varilux® Ellipse™ lenses are the latest design to enable progressive lenses to be used in much smaller frames than ever before. Your new Varilux® lenses also come with a certificate of authenticity.Their advanced technology adjusts to changing light, so you see clearly and more comfortably in virtually any light condition.

    Indoors, Transitions® Lenses are as clear as your regular eyeglasses. Outdoors, they quickly darken into sunglasses. They work so well, in a recent clinical study, four out of five eyeglass wearers preferred Transitions® to their regular lenses. And Transitions® provide 100% UV protection.

    The CR-39™ optical resin material has a refractive index of 1.50. It is recommended for low-to-moderate prescriptions, between +3.00 and -4.00. If your prescription is outside this range, check out our Polycarbonate Ellipse™ Transitions® Lenses.

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  • Polycarbonate Airwear™ Ellipse™ Transitions® Lenses
    We are proud to carry the latest Ellipse™ Transitions® Lenses, progressive lenses by Essilor®, the industry leader in progressive lenses. Progressives are often referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line. Varilux® Ellipse™ lenses are the latest design to enable progressive lenses to be used in much smaller frames than ever before. Your new Varilux® lenses also come with a certificate of authenticity.Their advanced technology adjusts to changing light, so you see clearly and more comfortably in virtually any light condition. Indoors, Transitions® Lenses are as clear as your regular eyeglasses. Outdoors, they quickly darken into sunglasses. They work so well, in a recent clinical study, four out of five eyeglass wearers preferred Transitions® to their regular lenses. And Transitions® provide 100% UV protection.

    Airwear® polycarbonate is the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, polycarbonate is thinner than standard (CR-39™ optical resin) optical lenses. Say "goodbye" to the heavy bifocals that put little dents in your nose; these barely feel like you're wearing glasses at all. Due to its safety properties, polycarbonate is ideal for bifocal wearers with an active lifestyle or for those who have one eye that is much better than the other (amblyopia), so your good eye is always protected.

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Bifocal & Progressive ("no-line bifocal") Lenses

  • Clear Polycarbonate Regular Bifocals
    Flat-top 28 refers to regular bifocal lenses where the distance and reading portions are separated with a 28 mm line rather than one going from edge-to-edge.

    Polycarbonate is the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, polycarbonate is thinner than standard (CR-39™ optical resin) optical lenses. Say "goodbye" to the heavy bifocals that put little dents in your nose; these barely feel like you're wearing glasses at all. As the safest material available, polycarbonate is ideal for bifocal wearers with an active lifestyle or for those who have one eye that is much better than the other (amblyopia), so your good eye is always protected.

    The super-light lenses alone retail for over $250.00 . We are proud to offer them to you for only $89.00 complete, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. They are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions up to +4.00/-8.00, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. If your Rx is higher than this, call us at 1-800-672-6304. Custom surfacing carries an additional charge of ; you will be prompted if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

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  • Clear Industrial-Grade Polycarbonate Regular Bifocal Safety Lenses
    Flat-top 28 refers to regular bifocal lenses where the distance and reading portions are separated with a 28 mm line rather than one going from edge-to-edge.

    Our complete pair safety packages are made using industrial-grade polycarbonate lenses with a minimum thickness of at least 2.0mm per ANSI-Z87.1-2003 standards. Polycarbonate is the most impact-resistant material made; it's the material used to make bulletproof glass. They also come with both 100% UV and tough scratch-resistant coatings applied to both sides of the lenses, as well as polished lens edges, at no extra charge.

    Flat-top 28 refers to regular bifocal lenses where the distance and reading portions are separated with a 28 mm line rather than one going from edge-to-edge.

    Prescription safety eyewear is essential for anyone who works in an industrial environment where eye and face hazards exist. They are also a must for hobbyists who work at home with cutting wood, metal, or glass.

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  • Polycarbonate Polarized Regular Bifocals
    Flat-top 28 refers to regular bifocal lenses where the distance and reading portions are separated with a 28 mm line rather than one going from edge-to-edge.

    Polycarbonate is the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, polycarbonate is thinner than standard (CR-39™ optical resin) optical lenses. Say "goodbye" to the heavy bifocals that put little dents in your nose; these barely feel like you're wearing glasses at all. As the safest material available, polycarbonate is ideal for bifocal wearers with an active lifestyle or for those who have one eye that is much better than the other (amblyopia), so your good eye is always protected.

    Polarized lenses have filters that block out reflected light. They virtually eliminate the glare caused by reflections from horizontal surfaces, making them ideal for driving or water-activities. This filtering of incoming light (rather than darkening it) leads to sharper vision and better color vision. Polarized lenses are naturally UV-protective and we apply our tough scratch-resistant coating to both lens surfaces.

    The ultra-light sun lenses alone retail for over $350.00 . We are proud to offer them to you for only $187.90 complete, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. They are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions up to +4.00/-8.00, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. If your Rx is higher than this, call us at 1-800-672-6304. Custom surfacing carries an additional charge of ; we will contact you if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

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  • CR-39™ optical resin Transitions® Regular Bifocals
    Transitions® Lenses go from clear indoors to as dark as sunglasses outdoors. Their advanced technology adjusts to changing light, so you see clearly and more comfortably in virtually any light condition. Indoors, Transitions Lenses® are as clear as your regular eyeglasses. Outdoors, they quickly darken into sunglasses. And Transitions® provide 100% UV protection.

    Our regular bifocals are flat-top 28, meaning they have a 28-millimeter (mm) wide reading portion shaped like a sideways "D".

    Sometimes referred to as hard-resin, these bifocal sun lenses are made using the highest optical-grade CR-39™ optical resin lenses. They have a refractive index of 1.50. In addition to its fantastic optical clarity, CR-39™ optical resin can be tinted much darker than polycarbonate (which is why we use it). In addition to the tinting, we apply 100% UV-protective and tough scratch-resistant coatings to both sides of the lenses. CR-39™ optical resin is recommended for low-to-moderate prescriptions, between +3.00 and -4.00. If your prescription is higher than this, check out our Tinted Polycarbonate Bifocal Sun Lenses or our Polarized Polycarbonate Bifocal Sun Lenses.

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  • CR-39™ optical resin Tinted Regular Bifocals (Darkest Tint)
    Sometimes referred to as hard-resin, our standard sun lenses are made using the highest optical-grade CR-39™ optical resin lenses. In addition to its fantastic optical clarity, CR-39™ optical resin can be tinted much darker than polycarbonate (which is why we use it). In addition to the tinting, we apply 100% UV-protective and tough scratch-resistant coatings to both sides of the lenses. CR-39™ optical resin is recommended for low-to-moderate prescriptions, between +3.00 and -4.00. If your prescription is higher than this, check out our Tinted Polycarbonate Bifocal Sun Lenses or our Polarized Polycarbonate Bifocal Sun Lenses.

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  • Polycarbonate Tinted Sun Lenses (Dark Tint)
    Our complete pair tinted sunglass package uses standard polycarbonate lenses; the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, they are much thinner than standard (CR-39™ optical resin) optical lenses. In addition to the tinting, they also come with both 100% UV and tough scratch-resistant coatings applied to both sides of the lenses, as well as polished lens edges, at no extra charge.

    Polycarbonate is the material used to make bulletproof glass. For this reason, it's also the eye doctors' lens of choice for those with a blind eye or amblyopia (commonly called a "lazy eye"), where one eye's best-corrected vision is worse than the other eye. It ensures the good eye is always protected in case of an accident.

    Note: due to polycarbonate's inherent properties, we are able to tint these to a maximum of 70%; the SmartFit ColorSelector shows images with 90% tints.

    Standard polycarbonate sun lenses are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. Custom surfacing carries an additional charge of ; we will contact you if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

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  • Tinted Industrial-Grade Polycarbonate Regular Bifocal Safety Lenses
    Flat-top 28 refers to regular bifocal lenses where the distance and reading portions are separated with a 28 mm line rather than one going from edge-to-edge.

    Our complete pair safety packages are made using industrial-grade polycarbonate lenses with a minimum thickness of at least 2.0mm per ANSI-Z87.1-2003 standards. Polycarbonate is the most impact-resistant material made; it's the material used to make bulletproof glass. They also come with both 100% UV and tough scratch-resistant coatings applied to both sides of the lenses, as well as polished lens edges, at no extra charge.

    Flat-top 28 refers to regular bifocal lenses where the distance and reading portions are separated with a 28 mm line rather than one going from edge-to-edge.

    Prescription safety eyewear is essential for anyone who works in an industrial environment where eye and face hazards exist. They are also a must for hobbyists who work at home with cutting wood, metal, or glass.

    Polycarbonate lenses are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. Custom surfacing carries an additional charge of 19.95; this will be added to your total if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

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  • Tinted CR-39™ optical resin Sola® Progressives (Darkest Tint)
    Our progressive sun lenses are made by Sola®, an industry leader in ophthalmic lenses. Progressives are sometimes referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line.

    Sometimes referred to as hard-resin, our standard sun lenses are made using the highest optical-grade CR-39™ optical resin lenses. In addition to its fantastic optical clarity, CR-39™ optical resin can be tinted much darker than polycarbonate (which is why we use it). In addition to the tinting, we apply 100% UV-protective and tough scratch-resistant coatings to both sides of the lenses. CR-39™ optical resin is recommended for low-to-moderate prescriptions, between +3.00 and -4.00. If your prescription is higher than this, check out our Tinted Polycarbonate Bifocal Sun Lenses or our Polarized Polycarbonate Bifocal Sun Lenses.

    The progressive sun lenses alone retail for over $250.00 . We are proud to offer them to you for only $98.95 complete, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. They are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions up to +4.00/-8.00, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. If your Rx is higher than this, call us at 1-800-672-6304.

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  • Tinted Industrial-Grade Polycarbonate Kodak® Progressives
    Our progressive safety lenses are made by Kodak®, an industry leader in ophthalmic lenses. Progressives are sometimes referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line.

    Our complete pair safety packages are made using industrial-grade polycarbonate lenses with a minimum thickness of at least 2.0mm per ANSI-Z87.1-2003 standards. Polycarbonate is the most impact-resistant material made; it's the material used to make bulletproof glass. They also come with both 100% UV and tough scratch-resistant coatings applied to both sides of the lenses, as well as polished lens edges, at no extra charge.

    Prescription safety eyewear is essential for anyone who works in an industrial environment where eye and face hazards exist. They are also a must for hobbyists who work at home with cutting wood, metal, or glass.

    Polycarbonate lenses are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. Custom surfacing carries an additional charge of 19.95; this will be added to your total if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

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  • Tinted Polycarbonate Sola® Progressives (Dark Tint)
    Our complete pair tinted sunglass package uses standard polycarbonate lenses; the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, they are much thinner than standard (CR-39™ optical resin) optical lenses. In addition to the tinting, they also come with both 100% UV and tough scratch-resistant coatings applied to both sides of the lenses, as well as polished lens edges, at no extra charge.

    Polycarbonate is the material used to make bulletproof glass. For this reason, it's also the eye doctors' lens of choice for those with a blind eye or amblyopia (commonly called a "lazy eye"), where one eye's best-corrected vision is worse than the other eye. It ensures the good eye is always protected in case of an accident.

    Note: due to polycarbonate's inherent properties, we are able to tint these to a maximum of 70%; the SmartFit ColorSelector shows images with 90% tints.

    The polycarbonate progressive sun lenses alone retail for over $275.00 . We are proud to offer them to you for only $108.95 complete, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. They are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions up to +4.00/-8.00, by custom "surfacing" the lenses; we will contact you if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

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  • CR-39™ optical resin Polarized Sola® Progressives
    Our progressive sun lenses are made by Sola®, an industry leader in ophthalmic lenses. Progressives are sometimes referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line.

    Polarized lenses have filters that block out reflected light. They virtually eliminate the glare caused by reflections from horizontal surfaces, making them ideal for driving or water-activities. This filtering of incoming light (rather than darkening it) leads to sharper vision and better color vision. Polarized lenses are naturally UV-protective and we apply our tough scratch-resistant coating to both lens surfaces.

    Sometimes referred to as hard-resin, our base sun lenses are made using the highest optical-grade CR-39™ optical resin lenses. With an index of refraction of 1.50, CR-39™ optical resin is recommended for low-to-moderate prescriptions, between +3.00 and -4.00. If your prescription is higher than this, check out our Polycarbonate Polarized Progressives.

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  • CR-39™ optical resin Polarized Varilux® Progressives
    We are proud to offer Varilux® progressive lenses by Essilor®, the industry leader in progressive lenses. Progressives are often referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line. To ensure you have received genuine Varilux® lenses, there is a manufacturer's symbol etched into the lens. Your new Varilux® lenses also come with a certificate of authenticity.

    Polarized lenses have filters that block out reflected light. They virtually eliminate the glare caused by reflections from horizontal surfaces, making them ideal for driving or water-activities. This filtering of incoming light (rather than darkening it) leads to sharper vision and better color vision. Polarized lenses are naturally UV-protective and we apply our tough scratch-resistant coating to both lens surfaces.

    Sometimes referred to as hard-resin, our base sun lenses are made using the highest optical-grade CR-39™ optical resin lenses. With an index of refraction of 1.50, CR-39™ optical resin is recommended for low-to-moderate prescriptions, between +3.00 and -4.00. If your prescription is higher than this, check out our Polycarbonate Polarized Progressives.

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  • Polycarbonate Polarized Varilux® Airwear® Progresssives
    We are proud to offer Varilux® progressive lenses by Essilor®, the industry leader in progressive lenses. Progressives are often referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line. To ensure you have received genuine Varilux® lenses, there is a manufacturer's symbol etched into the lens. Your new Varilux® lenses also come with a certificate of authenticity.

    Polarized lenses have filters that block out reflected light. They virtually eliminate the glare caused by reflections from horizontal surfaces, making them ideal for driving or water-activities. This filtering of incoming light (rather than darkening it) leads to sharper vision and better color vision. Polarized lenses are naturally UV-protective and we apply our tough scratch-resistant coating to both lens surfaces.

    Airwear® Polycarbonate is the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, polycarbonate is thinner than standard (CR-39™ optical resin) optical lenses. Say "goodbye" to the heavy bifocals that put little dents in your nose; these barely feel like you're wearing glasses at all. Due to its safety properties, polycarbonate is ideal for bifocal wearers with an active lifestyle or for those who have one eye that is much better than the other (amblyopia), so your good eye is always protected.

    They are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions up to +4.00/-8.00, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. If your Rx is higher than this, call us at 1-800-672-6304.

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  • CR-39™ optical resin Transitions® Sola® Progressives
    Our progressive sun lenses are made by Sola®, an industry leader in ophthalmic lenses. Progressives are sometimes referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line.

    Transitions® Lenses go from clear indoors to as dark as sunglasses outdoors. Their advanced technology adjusts to changing light, so you see clearly and more comfortably in virtually any light condition. Indoors, Transitions Lenses® are as clear as your regular eyeglasses. Outdoors, they quickly darken into sunglasses. And Transitions® provide 100% UV protection.

    Sometimes referred to as hard-resin, our base sun lenses are made using the highest optical-grade CR-39™ optical resin lenses. With an index of refraction of 1.50, CR-39™ optical resin is recommended for low-to-moderate prescriptions, between +3.00 and -4.00. If your prescription is higher than this, check out our Polycarbonate Transitions® Progressives.

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  • CR-39™ optical resin Transitions® Varilux® Progressives
    We are proud to offer Varilux® progressive lenses by Essilor®, the industry leader in progressive lenses. Progressives are often referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line. To ensure you have received genuine Varilux® lenses, there is a manufacturer's symbol etched into the lens. Your new Varilux® lenses also come with a certificate of authenticity.

    Transitions® Lenses go from clear indoors to as dark as sunglasses outdoors. Their advanced technology adjusts to changing light, so you see clearly and more comfortably in virtually any light condition. Indoors, Transitions® Lenses are as clear as your regular eyeglasses. Outdoors, they quickly darken into sunglasses. And Transitions® provide 100% UV protection.

    Sometimes referred to as hard-resin, our base sun lenses are made using the highest optical-grade CR-39™ optical resin lenses. With an index of refraction of 1.50, CR-39™ optical resin is recommended for low-to-moderate prescriptions, between +3.00 and -4.00. If your prescription is higher than this, check out our Polycarbonate Transitions® Progressives.

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  • Tinted CR-39™ optical resin Varilux® Progressives (Darkest Tint)
    We are proud to offer Varilux® progressive sun lenses by Essilor®, the industry leader in progressive lenses. Progressives are often referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line. To ensure you have received genuine Varilux® lenses, there is a manufacturer's symbol etched into the lens. Your new Varilux® lenses also come with a certificate of authenticity.

    Sometimes referred to as hard-resin, our standard sun lenses are made using the highest optical-grade CR-39™ optical resin lenses. In addition to its fantastic optical clarity, CR-39™ optical resin can be tinted much darker than polycarbonate (which is why we use it). In addition to the tinting, we apply 100% UV-protective and tough scratch-resistant coatings to both sides of the lenses. CR-39™ optical resin is recommended for low-to-moderate prescriptions, between +3.00 and -4.00. If your prescription is higher than this, check out our Tinted Polycarbonate Bifocal Sun Lenses or our Polarized Polycarbonate Bifocal Sun Lenses.

    The progressive sun lenses alone retail for over $300.00 . We are proud to offer them to you for only $137.95 complete, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. They are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions up to +4.00/-8.00, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. If your Rx is higher than this, call us at 1-800-672-6304.

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  • Tinted Polycarbonate Varilux® Progressives (Dark Tint)
    We are proud to offer Varilux® progressive sun lenses by Essilor®, the industry leader in progressive lenses. Progressives are often referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line. To ensure you have received genuine Varilux® lenses, there is a manufacturer's symbol etched into the lens. Your new Varilux® lenses also come with a certificate of authenticity.

    Polycarbonate is the material used to make bulletproof glass. For this reason, it's also the eye doctors' lens of choice for those with a blind eye or amblyopia (commonly called a "lazy eye"), where one eye's best-corrected vision is worse than the other eye. It ensures the good eye is always protected in case of an accident.

    Note: due to polycarbonate's inherent properties, we are able to tint these to a maximum of 70%; the SmartFit ColorSelector shows images with 90% tints.

    The polycarbonate progressive sun lenses alone retail for over $275.00 . We are proud to offer them to you for only $108.95 complete, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. They are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions up to +4.00/-8.00, by custom "surfacing" the lenses; we will contact you if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

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  • Tinted Polycarbonate Varilux® Ellipse™ Airwear® Progressives (Dark Tint)
    We are proud to offer the latest Varilux® Ellipse™ progressive lenses by Essilor®, the industry leader in progressive lenses. Progressives are often referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line. Varilux® Ellipse™ lenses are the latest design to enable progressive lenses to be used in much smaller frames than ever before. Your new Varilux® lenses also come with a certificate of authenticity.

    Airwear® polycarbonate is the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, polycarbonate is thinner than standard (CR-39™ optical resin) optical lenses. Say "goodbye" to the heavy bifocals that put little dents in your nose; these barely feel like you're wearing glasses at all. Due to its safety properties, polycarbonate is ideal for bifocal wearers with an active lifestyle or for those who have one eye that is much better than the other (amblyopia), so your good eye is always protected.

    Note: due to polycarbonate's inherent properties, we are able to tint these to a maximum of 70%; the SmartFit ColorSelector shows images with 90% tints.

    Thin & Ultra-light Tinted Varilux® Airwear® Ellipse™ progressive lenses alone can retail for over $425 with polished lens edges. We are proud to offer them to you for only $157.95 complete, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. They are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions up to +4.00/-8.00, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. If your Rx is higher than this, call us at 1-800-672-6304.

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  • Clear Polycarbonate Sola® Progressives
    Our progressive lenses are made by Sola®, an industry leader in ophthalmic lenses. Progressives are sometimes referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line.

    Polycarbonate is the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, polycarbonate is thinner than standard (CR-39™ optical resin) optical lenses. Say "goodbye" to the heavy progressive lenses that put little dents in your nose; these barely feel like you're wearing glasses at all. Due to its safety properties, polycarbonate is ideal for progressive lens wearers with an active lifestyle or for those who have one eye that is much better than the other (amblyopia), so your good eye is always protected.

    The ultra-light sun lenses alone retail for over $350.00 . We are proud to offer them to you for only $99.00 complete, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. They are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions up to +4.00/-8.00, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. If your Rx is higher than this, call us at 1-800-672-6304.

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  • Clear Industrial-Grade Polycarbonate Kodak® Progressives
    Our progressive safety lenses are made by Kodak®, an industry leader in ophthalmic lenses. Progressives are sometimes referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line.

    Our complete pair safety packages are made using industrial-grade polycarbonate lenses with a minimum thickness of at least 2.0mm per ANSI-Z87.1-2003 standards. Polycarbonate is the most impact-resistant material made; it's the material used to make bulletproof glass. They also come with both 100% UV and tough scratch-resistant coatings applied to both sides of the lenses, as well as polished lens edges, at no extra charge.

    Prescription safety eyewear is essential for anyone who works in an industrial environment where eye and face hazards exist. They are also a must for hobbyists who work at home with cutting wood, metal, or glass.

    Polycarbonate lenses are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. Custom surfacing carries an additional charge of 19.95; this will be added to your total if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

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  • Polycarbonate Polarized Sola® Progressives
    Our progressive lenses are made by Sola®, an industry leader in ophthalmic lenses. Progressives are sometimes referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line.

    Polycarbonate is the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, polycarbonate is thinner than standard (CR-39™ optical resin) optical lenses. Say "goodbye" to the heavy bifocals that put little dents in your nose; these barely feel like you're wearing glasses at all. Due to its safety properties, polycarbonate is ideal for bifocal wearers with an active lifestyle or for those who have one eye that is much better than the other (amblyopia), so your good eye is always protected.

    Polarized lenses have filters that block out reflected light. They virtually eliminate the glare caused by reflections from horizontal surfaces, making them ideal for driving or water-activities. This filtering of incoming light (rather than darkening it) leads to sharper vision and better color vision. Polarized lenses are naturally UV-protective and we apply our tough scratch-resistant coating to both lens surfaces.

    The ultra-light sun lenses alone retail for over $450.00 . We are proud to offer them to you for only $187.90 complete, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. They are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions up to +4.00/-8.00, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. If your Rx is higher than this, call us at 1-800-672-6304.

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  • Polycarbonate Transitions® Sola® Progressives
    Our standard Transitions® progressive lenses are made by Sola®, an industry leader in ophthalmic lenses. Progressives are sometimes referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line.

    Polycarbonate is the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, polycarbonate is thinner than standard (CR-39™ optical resin) optical lenses. Say "goodbye" to the heavy bifocals that put little dents in your nose; these barely feel like you're wearing glasses at all. Due to its safety properties, polycarbonate is ideal for bifocal wearers with an active lifestyle or for those who have one eye that is much better than the other (amblyopia), so your good eye is always protected.

    Transitions® Lenses go from clear indoors to sunglasses outdoors. Their advanced technology adjusts to changing light, so you see clearly and more comfortably in virtually any light condition. The Quantum® technology allows the vision through high-index lenses to remain clear through all lens-darkness levels.

    The ultra-light sun lenses alone retail for over $450.00 . We are proud to offer them to you for only $187.90 complete, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. They are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions up to +4.00/-8.00, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. If your Rx is higher than this, call us at 1-800-672-6304.

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  • Varilux® Polycarbonate Progressives
    We are proud to offer Varilux® progressive lenses by Essilor®, the industry leader in progressive lenses. Progressives are often referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line. To ensure you have received genuine Varilux® lenses, there is a manufacturer's symbol etched into the lens. Your new Varilux® lenses also come with a certificate of authenticity.

    Polycarbonate is the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, polycarbonate is thinner than standard (CR-39™ optical resin) optical lenses. Say "goodbye" to the heavy bifocals that put little dents in your nose; these barely feel like you're wearing glasses at all. Due to its safety properties, polycarbonate is ideal for bifocal wearers with an active lifestyle or for those who have one eye that is much better than the other (amblyopia), so your good eye is always protected.

    Thin & Ultra-light Varilux® progressive lenses alone can retail for over $400.00 with polished lens edges. We are proud to offer them to you for only $198.00 complete, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. They are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions up to +4.00/-8.00, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. If your Rx is higher than this, call us at 1-800-672-6304.

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  • Clear Polycarbonate Airwear® Varilux® Ellipse™ Progressives
    We are proud to offer the latest Varilux® Ellipse™ progressive lenses by Essilor®, the industry leader in progressive lenses. Progressives are often referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line. Varilux® Ellipse™ lenses are the latest design to enable progressive lenses to be used in much smaller frames than ever before. Your new Varilux® lenses also come with a certificate of authenticity.

    Airwear® polycarbonate is the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, polycarbonate is thinner than standard (CR-39™ optical resin) optical lenses. Say "goodbye" to the heavy bifocals that put little dents in your nose; these barely feel like you're wearing glasses at all. Due to its safety properties, polycarbonate is ideal for bifocal wearers with an active lifestyle or for those who have one eye that is much better than the other (amblyopia), so your good eye is always protected.

    Thin & Ultra-light Varilux® Airwear® Ellipse™ progressive lenses alone can retail for over $425 with polished lens edges. We are proud to offer them to you for only $138.00 complete, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. They are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions up to +4.00/-8.00, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. If your Rx is higher than this, call us at 1-800-672-6304.

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  • Tinted CR-39™ optical resin Varilux® Ellipse™ Progressives (Darkest Tint)
    We are proud to offer the latest Varilux® Ellipse™ progressive lenses by Essilor®, the industry leader in progressive lenses. Progressives are often referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line. Varilux® Ellipse™ lenses are the latest design to enable progressive lenses to be used in much smaller frames than ever before. Your new Varilux® lenses also come with a certificate of authenticity.

    Sometimes referred to as hard-resin, our standard sun lenses are made using the highest optical-grade CR-39™ optical resin lenses. In addition to its fantastic optical clarity, CR-39™ optical resin can be tinted much darker than polycarbonate (which is why we use it). In addition to the tinting, we apply 100% UV-protective and tough scratch-resistant coatings to both sides of the lenses. Varilux® Ellipse™ tinted CR-39™ optical resin progressive sunglass lenses alone can retail for over $400 with polished lens edges. We are proud to offer them to you for only $148.00 complete, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. CR-39™ optical resin is recommended for low-to-moderate prescriptions, between +3.00 and -4.00.

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  • Varilux® Airwear® Polycarbonate Quantum® Transitions® Progressives
    We are proud to offer Varilux® progressive lenses by Essilor®, the industry leader in progressive lenses. Progressives are often referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line. To ensure you have received genuine Varilux® lenses, there is a manufacturer's symbol etched into the lens. Your new Varilux® lenses also come with a certificate of authenticity.

    Airwear® Polycarbonate is the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, polycarbonate is thinner than standard (CR-39™ optical resin) optical lenses. Say "goodbye" to the heavy bifocals that put little dents in your nose; these barely feel like you're wearing glasses at all. Due to its safety properties, polycarbonate is ideal for bifocal wearers with an active lifestyle or for those who have one eye that is much better than the other (amblyopia), so your good eye is always protected.

    Transitions® Lenses go from clear indoors to sunglasses outdoors. Their advanced technology adjusts to changing light, so you see clearly and more comfortably in virtually any light condition. The Quantum® technology allows the vision through high-index lenses to remain clear through all lens-darkness levels.

    Thin & Ultra-light Varilux® Quantum® Transitions® photosensitive lenses alone can retail for over $500.00 with polished lens edges. We are proud to offer them to you for only $246.90 complete, as a package including a new metal or plastic frame. They are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions up to +4.00/-8.00, by custom "surfacing" the lenses. If your Rx is higher than this, call us at 1-800-672-6304.

    CR-39™ Varilux® Ellipse® Transitions® Progressive Lenses
    We are proud to carry the latest Varilux® Ellipse® Transitions® progressive lenses by Essilor®, the industry leader in progressive lenses. Progressives are often referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line. Varilux® Ellipse® lenses are the latest design to enable progressive lenses to be used in much smaller frames than ever before. Your new Varilux® lenses also come with a certificate of authenticity. Their advanced technology adjusts to changing light, so you see clearly and more comfortably in virtually any light condition.

    Indoors, Transitions® Lenses are as clear as your regular eyeglasses. Outdoors, they quickly darken into sunglasses. Their advanced technology adjusts to changing light, so you see clearly and more comfortably in virtually any light condition. They work so well, in a recent clinical study, four out of five eyeglass wearers preferred Transitions® to their regular lenses. And Transitions® provide 100% UV protection.

    The CR-39™ Optical Resin material has a refractive index of 1.50. It is recommended for low-to-moderate prescriptions, between +3.00 and -4.00. If your prescription is outside this range, check out our Airwear™ Polycarbonate Varilux® Ellipse® Transitions® Lenses.

    Polycarbonate Airwear™ Varilux® Ellipse® Transitions® Progressive Lenses
    We are proud to carry the latest Varilux® Ellipse® Transitions® progressive lenses by Essilor®, the industry leader in progressive lenses. Progressives are often referred to as "no-line bifocals", "no-line trifocals", or "vari-focals." They provide a graduated range of vision from distance to near, without a line. Varilux® Ellipse® lenses are the latest design to enable progressive lenses to be used in much smaller frames than ever before. Your new Varilux® lenses also come with a certificate of authenticity.

    Indoors, Transitions® Lenses are as clear as your regular eyeglasses. Outdoors, they quickly darken into sunglasses. Their advanced technology adjusts to changing light, so you see clearly and more comfortably in virtually any light condition. They work so well, in a recent clinical study, four out of five eyeglass wearers preferred Transitions® to their regular lenses. And Transitions® provide 100% UV protection.

    Airwear™ polycarbonate is the lightest, most impact-resistant material made. With an index of refraction of 1.59, polycarbonate is thinner than standard (CR-39™) optical lenses. Say "goodbye" to the heavy bifocals that put little dents in your nose; these barely feel like you're wearing glasses at all. Due to its safety properties, polycarbonate is ideal for bifocal wearers with an active lifestyle or for those who have one eye that is much better than the other (amblyopia), so your good eye is always protected.

    They are recommended for prescription ranges between +/-4.00 (and/or cylinder ranges between +/-2.50). It can still be used for higher prescriptions by custom "surfacing" the lenses. Custom surfacing carries an additional charge of $19.95; we will add this amount if your prescription falls outside these ranges.

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  • Anti-Reflective Coating
    Our premium anti-reflective coating is ideal for computer use and night driving. They work by increasing the light transmission through the lenses, providing you with the clearest, sharpest vision at all times. Any great-looking pair of glasses will look even better: people will see your eyes through the lenses, not the light reflection! Though this premium coating retails for $70.00, you can add them to any other package for only $24.95 . (Note: applying anti-reflective coatings to sunglasses, bifocals/progressives, Transitions® Lenses, or prescriptions above -6.00 may cause a 24-48 hour delay in delivery. See our shipping page for details.)

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