Does Eyeglasses.com offer different lens options?
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Posted Nov 16, 2018
Yes, Eyeglasses.com offers different lens options.
- Single-vision distance
- Progressive (no line)
- Bifocal (with line)
- Trifocal (with lines)
- Reading vision
- Computer vision
- No prescription
Lens Material & Lens Variations
- CR-39 (regular plastic): CR39 lenses have a 1.50 index. CR39 is the least expensive lens material and has the best optical clarity of all lenses. It is a good choice in the prescription range is plano (0, no Rx) to /-4.00 sphere.
- Crystal vision CR39 ($49): CR39 plastic is higher quality and has better clarity than the Standard CR39 lens. Use this lens for transitions or sun tints. Available with industry leading Anti-Glare coating.
- Crystal vision CR39, Anti-reflective, Low RXs ($65): The basic CR39 lens includes no-glare, anti-reflective coating in a package price for prescriptions that fall within the stock range.
- Essilor CR39 SV ($95): Made by Essilor, this lens is our pick for the best quality single vision lens, made by the worlds leading eyeglass lens maker.
- Crizal Alize CR39 Anti-reflective, Low RXs ($109): If your RX falls within the Stock range and each lens is 52mm wide or smaller, you have access to this great lens package. Two-year anti-scratch warranty.
- High-index 1.59 polycarbonate: The 1.59 index polycarbonate lenses are almost as thin as high index 1.60 lenses. Suggested Rx range is plano (0, no Rx) to /-5.00 sphere. Used for eye protection due to its impact resistance, for children, active adults, sports.
- Crystal Vision Polycarbonate ($65): Higher quality than the Standard Polycarbonate lens, made by one of the worlds largest lens maker. Use this lens for transitions or sun tints. Crizal Anti-Reflective coating is available for this lens.
- Essilor Anti-Fatigue ($95): The Anti-Fatigue lens has a .60 correction at the bottom part of the lens, a sort of boost zone, which helps your eyes focusing more easily, and assist in eye strain.
- Essilor Polycarbonate SV ($128): Made by Essilor, this single vision lens is our pick for the best quality single vision lens, made by the worlds leading eyeglass lens maker.
- Crizal Alize Polycarbonate Anti-Reflective, Low RXs ($139): If your RX falls within the Stock range & your frame meets the size requirements, you have access to this great lens package, normally a $170 package. Two-year anti-scratch warranty.
- Essilor Computer ($185): Essilor Computer lenses provide full-screen vision at an intermediate distance. Near area is wide and provides a smooth transition for looking at the keyboard. This lens also offers a full clear distance area for effective sight at all distances
- HD Digital = Eyezen Poly SV ($198): This lens has clearer, sharper vision across the entire lens: Wearers experience wider fields of vision and superior sharpness even in low light conditions. Also includes Smart Blue Filter.
- Ultra-high-index: Suggested prescription range is /-6.00 to /-10.00. Thinner, lighter and more expensive than high index lenses. Good choice for everyday use.
- Essilor 1.67 SV ($158): Made by Essilor, this single vision lens is our pick for the best quality single vision lens, made by the worlds leading eyeglass lens maker.
- Crystal Vision 1.74 Index ($190): The Essilor 1.74 Index lens is the thinnest lens on the market today. Anti-reflective coating is automatically included this lens. There may be additional charges for very high prescriptions. Not recommended for rimless frames.
- Zeiss 1.67 Index ($198): Zeiss is the worlds pre-eminent brand of precision optics. If you are looking for the best, look no further than Zeiss. The Zeiss 1.67 index lens is a great choice for corrections up to /-9.00.
- Zeiss 1.74 SV ($345): Zeiss is the worlds pre-eminent brand of precision optics. The Zeiss 1.74 index lens is a great choice for corrections up to /-12.00. There may be additional charges for very high prescriptions.
- Eyezen Digital 1.74 SV ($385): Essilors Eyezen Digital 1.74 is designed for the strongest prescriptions, to make the thinnest and lightest lens available in the world today.
- Trivex (Best for rimless glasses): Trivex is the best choice for rimless and semi-rimless frames because it is lighter, stronger, and has better optics compared to polycarbonate. The suggested prescription range is plano (0, no Rx) to /-5.00 sphere.
- Crystal Vision Excellight Trivex ($109): Trivex lenses offer the strength and safety of polycarbonate lenses with better optics for people with modest corrections.
- Essilor Trivex SV ($168): Essilor Trivex lenses are made by the worlds largest lens company making top quality lenses. Trivex takes tint better than polycarbonate lenses, and has a lower ABBE value, leading to better clarity and less distortion than polycarbonate lenses.
- Glass: Glass has the best optics of any lens material, and does not scratch as easily. However, it is heavier. Also, glass does chip occasionally and there is no warranty against chipping or cracking.
- Crystal Vision Glass SV ($119): Glass lenses have better optics and scratch resistance compared to plastic lenses. PLEASE ALLOW 2-3 WEEKS FOR PROCESSING GLASS LENSES. There are no warranties available on glass lenses