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Equinox EQ215

We offer an array of glasses prices to accommodate everyone’s budget.  For high index lenses we offer the Equinox EQ215 Glasses at $8.80, our lowest price frame for high index lenses.  That price is the frame only.  The Equinox EQ215 is a brown, metal, rectangular frame that offers spring hinges. When selecting the “Material” you…

Best High Index Lens to Reduce Eye Strain

Best High Index Lens to Reduce Eye Strain

If you’re having eye strain and have a high prescription, you’ll want to know which lens is best for reducing eye strain and lens thickness. Best High Index Lens to Reduce Eye Strain Eye strain can be debilitating and frustrating to deal with on a daily basis. Additionally, strong prescriptions lead to thick lenses, which…

Zeiss 1.74 High Index Lenses: What’s the Difference?

Zeiss 1.74 High Index Lenses: What's the Difference?

1.74 high index lenses are already pretty expensive. Is it worth it to pay extra for the brand name? Zeiss 1.74 High Index Lenses: What’s the Difference? Zeiss high index lenses are some of the highest-quality high index lenses on the market, subject to extremely stringent standards and made of materials that are benchmarks of…

High Index Glass Lenses 1.9

High Index Glass Lenses 1.9

Looking for the thinnest lenses possible? High Index Glass Lenses 1.9 High index glass lenses 1.9 are the thinnest lenses available on the market today. If you have a strong prescription and want the thinnest lenses you can get, these are the lenses for you. 1.90 high index glass lenses aren’t for everyone. They only…

How Can I Tell if my Lenses are High Index?

How Can I Tell if my Lenses are High Index?

Let’s face it – despite all our advancements, our collective experience, and our awareness, it’s still very possible to fall for a scam these days. Are My Lenses High Index? It doesn’t mean we’re ignorant or sloppy; today there are so many more ways to shop for items (and so many ways to sell goods…

How Can I Tell if my High Index Lenses have Anti Glare?

How Can I Tell if my High Index Lenses have Anti Glare?

For all the benefits offered by high index lenses – the potential reduction in weight, the reduction in lens thickness, significantly so in the case of strong prescriptions – they do have some trade-offs. Do My High Index Lenses have Anti Glare? A high chromic aberration is one, resulting, for some, in a slight rainbow-like…

Do High Index Lenses Come with UV Protection?

Do High Index Lenses Come with UV Protection?

What is the function of a pair of eyeglasses? UV Protection with High Index Lenses To correct for visual impairments, of course, and reestablish clear, crisp vision. That, of course, is the primary role that eyeglasses fulfill. There are, however, secondary services that eyeglasses provide to us, and some are not as readily apparent as…

Do I Need Anti Reflective Coating on High Index Lenses?

Do I Need Anti Reflective Coating on High Index Lenses?

High index lenses are capable of some pretty wonderful real-world applications. High Index Lenses with Anti Reflective Coating They can produce lighter and considerably thinner lenses for those who require strong prescription eyewear, offering benefits both physical and psychological. Elimination of “Coke Bottle” lenses frees the wearer not only from the goggle-like eyeglasses themselves but…

Thinner Lenses for my Glasses

Thinner Lenses for my Glasses

If you’ve seen the 1999 cult comedy OFFICE SPACE, you’re unlikely to forget one character in particular – the mumbling, obsessive-compulsive Milton Waddams, the quintessential office “whacko” with psychotic tendencies and a passion for his red stapler. Glasses with Thinner Lenses There’s one physical attribute that is invariably responsible for Milton’s unforgettable appearance: incredibly thick-lensed…

High Index Transition Lenses vs. Photochromic Lenses

High Index Transition Lenses vs. Photochromic Lenses

Gone are the days when the only option for high-prescription eyeglass wearers was to look like you strapped a pair of magnifying glasses to your face. Photochromic Lenses vs. High Index Transition Lenses High index lenses offer the potential for lighter and certainly thinner eyeglass lenses than standard eyewear materials, effectively eradicating the stigma of…