A coating that is added to the lens to reduce almost all reflections from the lens. This coating also reduces glare and haloes around lights. Drivers and people who use screens (such as computers, televisions and smart phones) often benefit from this coating.
Thinned lenses are made from a special, high index material which makes them thinner and lighter. This is recommended for people with higher prescriptions (recorded in Dioptres on your prescription); those concerned about the weight of the glasses, or the appearance of a thicker lens.
A general rule of thumb when picking thinned lenses is:
Basic (1.6) for prescriptions higher than 2 Dioptres
Advanced (1.67) for prescriptions higher than 4 Dioptres
Supreme (1.74) for prescriptions higher than 6 Dioptres.
Blue light is present in normal light, but is especially concentrated in computer/smartphone screens and fluorescent lights. It can cause sleep disruption, eye strain and headaches. The blue light filter blocks the entry of blue light into the eye and is recommended for individuals who use computers/smartphones regularly, or those working under fluorescent lights.
Transitions lenses are made with patented photochromic dyes, meaning they go darker when exposed to UV from sunlight. The lenses return to clear when the user is no longer exposed to UV light. These versatile lenses also provide complete protection from harmful UV rays, as well as reducing glare. These lenses are recommended for people spending time outside, or those who don’t wish to carry multiple pairs of glasses.
Polarised lenses used in sunglasses and offer enhanced glare reduction. They do this by blocking light reflected from horizontal surfaces. Polarised lenses are recommended for those who wear glasses whilst driving, or people who spend time near bodies of water such as lakes or the sea.
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Prescription glasses and sunglasses take 5-7 business days to be dispatched then a further 2 business days for delivery.
The time to dispatch is the same but deliveries can take anywhere from 7-16 business days.
Delivery details will be provided in your confirmation email.
We offer a lifetime guarantee on all of our frames! this means that if you feel like your frames aren't up to standard or break, we will replace them any time for free. Just drop us an email for instructions on how to email the frames back to us.
We offer a 60 days return policy from when you receive your glasses. Even if you don't like the colour or style, we will resolve it for you.
Your pupillary diameter (PD) is the distance between your two eyes, measured from the centre of each pupil (the black bit in the centre of your eye). This is important to ensure the centre of the lens is in the correct place. Find out more by following the instructions provided on our Help & Advice page.
Before you order your glasses, check the measurements of the glasses provided on the website. It is important that you compare these to any previous pairs of glasses to ensure you are choosing a size that suits you. If required, your local optician will be able to make any small changes to the fit once the frames are delivered.
No problem! When we process your order we will always check what type of glasses you want.
To ensure the perfect vision for varifocals, it is imperative to obtain exact individualised measurements that would simply not be reliable via an online service. Stay committed to sustainability by purchasing one of our high quality frames and taking them to your local independent opticians to get varifocal lenses fitted.
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