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Which lens is suitable for me?
No one knows what you need more than you, examine your daily activity and notice where you struggle to see.
- Single vision distance: - when you struggle seeing when watching TV, driving, the board if in class, or whatever in a distance
- Single vision reading: - when you struggle to see the book you read, cellphone, knitting or whatever arm-length area. (You have to use these glasses only while you are setting down, no walking or driving with reading glasses)
- Single vision computer: - when you need help only in front of the computer and you spend more than 4 hours on it. A blue light filter is highly recommended in this case.
- Progressive: - when you struggle to see at a distance and close up as well, so you need glasses that work all day. If you are already using a progressive lens you need to order our Best progressive lens to get the best peripheral vision coverage.
- Bifocal: - if you tried progressive and you feel dizzy or nauseous, you need to change to bifocal. Bifocal if good for distance and reading but not for computers, it is only 2 zone lens.
- Trifocal: - when you tried a progressive lens and you didn’t like it you can switch to trifocal which will help in distance, reading and computer zone.
All our lenses come with scratch resistance, anti-glare and an easy cleaning coat free of charge.