High index lenses with transitions

One of our great features on our website is the ability to pick and choose many different options to customize your glasses.

Transitions High Index Lenses

High index lenses with transitionsWhen you are ready to pick all the different options you will see a red circle with a white question mark inside it.  By clicking on this you are able to  see a detailed description of what the options are.  We do offer high index lenses with transitions in Gray and Brown. Transitions means that the lenses change from clear to dark when exposed to UV light especially from the sun and then when you go back inside the lenses change from dark to light.  You have the option to get transitions in either a Gray tint or Brown tint.  Be sure to check out our user friendly website for all your high index needs!

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Guide to High Index Lenses 3 Responses to High index lenses with transitions
  1. Irene Reichmann
    January 10, 2015 | 7:46 pm

    What is the best lens for me that prevents the “bug eye”.
    My prescription is:
    Sphere Cylinder Axis Add
    OD +4.75 -2.50 15 +2.25
    OS +3.25 -1.50 165 +2.25
    I have been wearing transitions 1.67
    Thank you

  2. Bil Browwn
    January 12, 2015 | 11:24 pm

    The lenses you have now were a good choice. You see, a positive prescription that is used to correct for farsightedness is the same kind of lens you will find in a common magnifying glass. So as you can imagine it has the same effect, it makes things you look at through it look larger. The transitions will help minimize this when they are dark, but not when clear.Some improvement can be gained by using an ASPHERICAL lens. This is a special lens that has a varied surface profile that helps to break up this effect, They are about twice as expensive and do not totally eliminate the problem you are asking about, but they will help.

    • Zunaid Shaik
      March 5, 2015 | 11:39 am

      Thank You very much Bil. U r such a great guy!

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