Lens Material

How to Choose Your

Lens Material/Thickness

Suggested

Lens Materials

Any prescription from a...

+O UNTIL 2

Can use a plastic.

However, polycarbonate is stronger and lighter. Officially shatterproof.

+2 UNTIL 4

Use a polycarbonate or 1.6 lens.

The difference in a 1.6 is a slightly thinner lens than the polycarbonate.

+4 UNTIL A 7

Use hi-index 1.67 lenses.

You could also use 1.7, which is thinner.

Anything above a

+6

Use a 1.74; the thinnest lens around.

Prescription Lens Options

Glassesspot offers a wide array quality prescription lenses that can be optimized for any environment. 

Progressive Lenses

Progressive Lenses are the new "no-line" bifocals that eliminate the lines of bifocal or trifocal lenses and look just like single visions lenses.

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Anti-Reflective Lens

Anti-Reflective Coatings Improve Your Vision. Two distinct benefits of AR coating applied to your lenses are cosmetic and visual.

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Transition Lenses

Transition Lenses Change from Clear Indoors to Dark Outdoors When Exposed to Sunlight. Transitions lenses block 100 percent of harmful UVA and UVB rays.

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Polarized Lenses

Polarized Lenses reflect light from surfaces like a flat road or smooth water. The result is a reduction in annoying and sometimes dangerous glare.

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Coating Options

We offer several coating options for your prescription and non-prescription lenses.

Scratch resistance

An extra layer of scratch-proofing.

UV Coating

Protection against the suns rays.

Anti-reflective coating

Mainly used to block glare from computers or lights. Makes vision sharper, and the lens clearer.

Crizal

An anti-reflective, anti-fog, and anti-smudge coating.

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