Lenses

From our suppliers we have selected a few of the very best they have to offer. We are constantly updating information regarding the latest advances in lens technology to ensure the best possible lens performance for your prescription so call to talk to us; we are here to advise.
Being an independent optician we are able to source the most suitable lens design and material from a wide range of manufacturers.

Seiko

www.seiko.co.uk
Did you know that when you say the word ‘SEIKO’ you are speaking Japanese? In Japan the word means ‘precision’ and this is exactly what you get when experiencing any SEIKO product. SEIKO offers many single vision options with unique designs to correct myopia, astigmatism and hyperopia. All SEIKO lenses are thin & light providing excellent optics.

Seiko Lifestyle Lenses

http://www.seiko-optical.co.uk
Ever felt that by the end of the day that not only are you overworked but so are your eyes?
It could be you need extensive vision lenses. This lifestyle lens has an integrated near vision function to provide clear comfortable vision for longer and is recommended to those of us having difficulty with extended periods of near vision tasks and who feel that by the end of the day the discomfort in the eyes changing from near vision tasks to far distance becomes more difficult.
Come and talk to us and we can recommend the best lens to help you through to the end of the day.

Seiko Lifestyle Lenses (part 2)

http://www.seiko-optical.co.uk
For someone who uses there specs mainly indoors and hasn't a need for a distance correction, for example in the office environment, Seiko Indoor will address the need for a wider intermediate and reading area that isn't available in the standard progressive lenses.
So if you want to be able to see the person opposite you, see your screen and read that text on your mobile, these are ideal.
They work in meetings, watching TV and suchlike and tried and tested by both our Optometrists and a GP friend.
What are you waiting for?

Seiko Lifestyle Lenses (part 3)

http://www.seiko-optical.co.uk
Seiko Computer Extra takes the strain from your eyes.
On average, a PC user completes about 30,000 eye movements a day between screen, keyboard and documents and these lenses provide relief for aching eye muscles and symptoms of eye strain.
The near correction is concentrated in the lower part of the lens and provides large viewing fields for both screen and documents without having to swop specs or fidget with them.
The advantage over standard progressive lenses is the lager viewing areas, very smooth power transition and reduced distortion. They may even qualify for some help from your employer, but check with them first.

NuPolar polarized lenses

http://www.youngeroptics.com/nupolar.aspx
NuPolar lenses; possibly the most comfortable sunglass lens you will ever wear, they cut out UVA and UVB and give total glare protection. Just fab for activities on or around snow or water and there is less squinting and crows feet... that has to be a bonus

Transitions

www.transitionsnet.co.uk
We are all being told that UV is harmful to the skin and we need to wear sunscreen to help protect against burning. What isn't so obviously compelling is the need to protect your eyes. Transitions lenses will take away the need to hunt for your sunspectacles because the lenses change according to the amount of UV in the light around us. Easy isn't it.

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