The Benefits of Anti-Reflective Coating on High-Index Lenses

Anti-Reflective Coating

There was once a time when those who had a strong eye prescription were forced to wear thick, heavy glasses.  Thankfully, technology has allowed us to create high-index lenses that are thinner and lighter than ever before.  Not only this, but high-index glasses can receive helpful add-ons such as anti-reflective coating that can benefit you…

Why round small Frames make my lenses look thinner

Genius G508

The Genius G508 Glasses are a great choice if you are looking for a small round frame that can accommodate High Index Lenses.  This frame is available in 2 color options: Amber and Black. The small round frames make the lenses appear smaller because the cut is closer to the center thus providing a uniform…

Do you see any Clearer with high index lenses

Do you see any Clearer with high index lenses

The purpose of high index lenses is for prescriptions that are high and the lens thickness is an issue. Seeing Clearer with high index lenses High Index Lenses are designed to not give you the “bug-eyed” look with certain types of frames. As you increase the curvature of lenses, they become thicker. With higher prescriptions,…

Why should I buy 1.74 high index lenses

Why should I buy 1.74 high index lenses

When you are looking for glasses and you have a high prescription try our 1.74 High Index Plastic. Should I buy 1.74 high index lenses? This type of lens is the thinnest and lightest of high index lenses.  The 1.74 High Index Plastic lenses are extremely scratch resistant and are available in more color and…

What is the best high index lens on the market today?

What is the best high index lens on the market today?

If you have a high prescription and do not want the “bug eye” look than high index lenses are the answer for you. Today’s best high index lens on the market Now the best high index lenses on the market all depends on whether or not you want a plastic or a glass lens.  The…

High Index Lenses Still Thick

High Index Lenses Still Thick

Have you tried high index lenses but were still unsatisfied with how thick they were? My High Index Lenses Still Seem Thick There are several different variations of high index lenses. The higher the index, the thinner the lens. The most common high index is 1.67, but there are higher indexes available. If you have…

1.67 High Index Polarized Lenses

1.67 High Index Polarized Lenses

So you wear strong prescription glasses and you’re tired of how thick they are. Polarized 1.67 High Index Lenses Worse, when you go outdoors, switching between those clunky glasses and your sunglasses is tedious. And once you’ve got your sunglasses on, your vision is no longer corrected. Isn’t there any solution? Actually, there is, and…

High Index Glass Lenses Are They Better Than Plastic

High Index Glass Lenses Are They Better Than Plastic

Choosing between high index plastic and high index glass lenses? Plastic or High Index Glass Lenses, Which Is Better They both have their strengths and weaknesses, and the right choice will really depend on the individual. You’ll need to consider a number of variables, such as impact resistance, scratch resistance, lens thickness, aesthetics, and frame…

What Do I Need to Know About Buying High Index Lenses?

What Do I Need to Know About Buying High Index Lenses

Do you sometimes wish your high prescription glasses weren’t so thick? The good news is: they don’t have to be. What to Know About Buying High Index Lenses It used to be that thick lenses were simply the curse of having a strong prescription. Deeply-cut curves were required in order to bend light to the…

new high index lenses availability

new high index lenses availability

We are constantly keeping up with the new options in the optical world. Availability of new high index lenses One of the “newer” high index options not available everywhere is the 1.90 High Index Glass.  It is very thin and attractive when made with extremely high prescriptions. As with other high index glass materials, this…