OSure, you put a lot of thought into picking out your frames, but what do you really know about the most important part of your glasses—the lenses?

Choosing the right lens depends on your prescription, personal preference, and lifestyle. Whether your prescription specifies Single Vision, Bifocals, or Progressive Lenses, the lens guide below will make easy for you to get the most from your Lenses, provide you with lens options that best meet your visual needs as well as your personal preferences.

With this basic information’s you can easily choose the Lens type, material, and/or any other enhancement options you would like to add.

You have the choice to provide your Prescription either:

  • uploading your prescription OR
  • input your prescription in the fields provided.

Your prescription includes your O.D. (Right Eye), O.S. (Left Eye) and PD (Pupillary Distance) Measurement.

What should you know about lenses before doing your purchase.

Choosing the right lens depends on your prescription, personal preference, and lifestyle.

We have tried to help you to get the best of your choices.

  • Most common Refractive Errors.
  • Lens Types
  • Different materials
  • Coatings

1. About Vision
Common Refractive Errors

MYOPIA /Nearsightedness/ shortsightedness:

This widespread visual defect is characterized by a difficulty to see things far away; it may appear blurry. Today, myopia affects a growing number of people worldwide, particularly in Asia and among younger people. Why it happens? Lack of outdoor activities and intensive screen use may accentuate it. Read More...

Hyperopia / Farsightedness:

It is a common vision condition in which you can see distant objects clearly, but objects nearby may be blurry or requires a constant effort to see them, so, this can provoke headache. Read More...


Presbyopia is not a visual defect but a natural evolution of our vision. No one is born with presbyopia but we all develop it. It affects both women and men from the early 40's onwards. It occurs when the eye is not able to focus clearly on close objects
Why it happened?

Astigmatism :

Someone who is astigmatic has imprecise near and far vision. In particular, in peripheral vision images can sometimes appear deformed. Astigmatism may be combined with other eyesight problems such as hyperopia, myopia.
Why it happened?


Single Vision Lens

The wearer will have only one viewing area throughout the entire lens and help with one visual need. More Info

Bifocal Lenses

The lens is divided into two segments which offers usually distance viewing on the top and near vision on the smaller lower segment. More Info

Intermediate Lense:

Work and leisure with an extensive use of computers and different kinds of electronic displays are becoming an integral part of our everyday working and private lives. Many people are still unaware of the stress and strain to which this subjects their eyes. More Info

Progressive Lenses:

With progressive or multifocal lenses, you can look up to see in the distance, look ahead to view your computer in the intermediate zone, and drop your gaze downward to read and do fine work comfortably close up. More Info

Customized Progressive :

Upgrade from standard basic Design to optimized or customized progressive lenses for the absolute best in today's progressive digital lens Processing. On top of that Using Latest Technology HD, HDV & HDC generations manages lateral distortions to deliver sharp vision at every distance. These advance technologies designers have focused their efforts on improving vision tasks of today’s lifestyles and on better understanding the evolving needs of wearers to ensures providing a quality vision at every distance for all active presbyopes.

Standard Progressive
Customise Progressive


Three factors generally guide the selection of which material is best for you:

Your vision correction;
Your lifestyle;
Your own personal preferences.

These will help determine whether you would prefer an ultra-light material, a high-impact resistant material, a combination of both, or simply an ordinary standard plastic lens. A strong prescription can result in thicker, heavier but in contrast, higher-index lens material will reduce thickness for greater comfort and a better appearance.

1.Standard Plastic Lens:

Standard plastic lenses with 1.56 index resulting better in thickness than a normal 1.5 index Lenses. Included Scratch resistance & Antireflection Coating 1.56 are recommended for prescriptions of not more than +/- 4.00.

2. High Index Lens::

Enhance the cosmetic appearance of your lenses. High Index lens materials reduce the thickness and weight of an eyeglass lens, particularly for individuals with a strong prescription. Our all High Index Lenses included Anti Scratch +Anti Reflection Super Hydrophobic quality coatings.

- Advace 1.60 :

20% thinner than standard | Suitable for rimless and drill mount frames as well | 100% UVA/UVB Protection | Recommended for prescriptions of +/- 3.00 or greater

- Premeium 1.67 :

50% thinner than plastic | 15% thinner and 25% flatter than 1.60 index lenses | 100% UVA/UVB Protection | Recommended for prescriptions of +/- 5.00 or greater. Flatter surface so your lenses will bulge less from the frame and your eyes will appear more natural in size.

- Super 1.74 :

High-index 1.74 lenses are the thinnest, flattest, lightest, and most cosmetically appealing lenses ever developed |3 times flatter and 50% lighter than standard lenses | 100% UVA/UVB Protection | Recommended for prescriptions of +/- 8.00 or people with high prescriptions.

3. High Impact Trivex Lens:

Trivex Lenses, new material with multiple features and benefits.
refractive index of 1.54 and are ultra-lightweight strong material.
Much more resistant to breakage and best chemical properties than as compare to polycarbonate Hi-impact material.
It is 35% thinner and 45% lighter and flatter than plastic lenses.
It is 10 times more impact resistant
100% UVA/UVB Protection.
Ideal choice for drill mount (Rimless) frames and highly active people, kids & Sports.
We offer Trivex Lenses included with High-end Anti reflecting+ super Hydrophobic extra protection Hard layer coating.


1. Anti-Reflection Coating-AR

Why to suffer from light reflections on your glasses?
Light reflection will hide your eyes behind the glasses; as reflection makes kind of shade on your glasses and will not look clear.
Anti-Reflective or Multicoated Layer Coating on your glasses delivers clearer view, more comfortable night driving and much better aesthetic look.

2. Super Premium AR Coating

On top of AR features, you will also enjoy more protection of your lenses from scratches, smudges, and can repel dust and water from sticking onto your glasses.

Super Premium AR represents one of the best Anti-Reflective Coating available today; increase clarity and color contrast. More Info

Recommended with every prescription. 1 Year Warrantee
3. UV light Protection:

Our clear, protective UV coating blocks 100% of harmful UV rays and included with most of our Lens materials.
Studies show that excessive doses of UV light can cause irreversible eyesight problems. UVA rays can penetrate your eyes and cause damage to your retina, leading to blurred or distorted central vision. More Info

4. Harmful Blue Light Protection from digital devices.

This Harmful Blue light protection Lenses named Blue Cut lenses are the ideal solution to support your visual system in the digital world that filter out Harmful Blue Light, and enhanced to increase clarity and help prevent eye strain while you’re going about all your gaming, writing, internet etc. More Info


Sunglasses are not just another stylish accessory, but they are the key to good eye health. Definitely a fashion element is there that people look for but there are health benefits to wearing sunglasses as well. Sunglasses are not equal, despite branding and what people believe in, the darkness of a lens has absolutely no effect on its overall UV protection. Many aspects contribute – from the material of a lens, the shape of the frame, the color and other coatings, Here’s how:


Corrective lenses with a variable tint are known as photochromic or Self Tinted Lens which automatically darken when exposed to sunlight eliminating the need for separate sunglasses in some cases.
Photochromic Lenses adapt their shading to different levels of sunlight and UV help to protect eyes from fatigue & strain. In bright conditions outdoors, the lens will darken and in less intense sun it will automatically become lighter while remaining very light tint indoors. Colors available mostly are the Grey & Brown with UV protection as well. Photochromic lenses are a popular choice for all ages.

2. Polarized Lenses:

Choosing your tint is important, but polarize Lenses also affect what you see. These features provide additional benefits on top of the sunglass tint itself while you’re driving, boating, running, skiing, ziplining, road-tripping, or lounging at the beach.More Info

3. Sunglass Tints:

Option in coloured lenses is a tint which remains constant at all times. Some people choose the tint of their sunglasses based on the look and many choose for aesthetic reasons. Different lens colors can enhance perception and reduce eye fatigue in different environments and improve performance for various activities and Sports or enjoying the Sunshine in Fashion & Style.

Tints can be a fixed colour across the lens or have a gradient colour that’s are darkest at the top of the lens and progressively become lighter at bottom. We have well ability for a wraparound or High Curve Sunglasses any also with the prescription.

See Color guide below more about the features and benefits of each lens colour. More Info

4. Mirror Tinting:

Mirror tinting is a reflective optical coating mostly use for Sunglasses applied on the front surface of the lenses to make your lenses appear like a one-way mirror. Mirror coatings blocks additional sunlight and reduces harsh glare by 10-15% . Mirrored shades are also known for their cool, sleek look and often come in colorful options. There are a variety of Full & Gradient color of mirror coating like Silver, Gold, Blue, Green, Red, Orange.

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