TYPES OF LENSES

AT SPECADE.COM, YOU CAN BUILD YOUR EYEGLASSES EXACTLY THE WAY YOU WANT AND NEED THEM. WE OFFER A WIDE RANGE OF PRESCRIPTION LENSES, INCLUDING SINGLE VISION LENSES, BIFOCALS, PROGRESSIVE LENSES AND SUNGLASS LENSES.

SINGLE VISION PRESCRIPTION LENSES

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arrow-199-xxl Designed for most wearers, these lenses are usually used to correct nearsightedness or farsightedness, but not both. Single vision lenses also correct astigmatism, and they are used for reading glasses as well.

arrow-199-xxl At Specade.com, we know how important your eye care is. That’s why we have recently introduced a new spectacle lens for rimless frames, kids and sports eyewear, called PNX 1.53 made by world renowned Hoya. Pnx

arrow-199-xxl PNX 1.53 is a tough, strong, flexible lens material that protects your eyes against harmful UV radiation, and is one of the most shock resistant lens materials available.
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arrow-199-xxlFor higher prescriptions you can select our Nikon Aspheric lenses, these lenses are 35% thinner 43% lighter and 45 % flatter then any conventional single vision lens. To know more click here  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QuUW7DpVmO8

 
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BIFOCAL LENSES

Bifocal lenses offer visual correction both at near and far distances. These are a popular choice for people who need to add readers to their prescription, as the top of the lens is created for distance and the lower part for close-up work. The fields are divided by a visible line. Shop bifocal frames now.

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Progressive Lenses

arrow-199-xxl Offering the most natural type of vision correction, progressive lenses provide a smooth transition from distance to close vision, and everything in between. The lens increases in power from top to bottom, resulting in a smooth visual transition. A frequent alternative to bifocals, progressive lenses have no visible dividing line. First-time wearers may require a little adjustment time as the eyes become used to changes in peripheral vision, but once the adjustment is made, progressive lenses are typically preferred over bifocal lenses.

arrow-199-xxl At Specade.com, we know how important your eyec are is. That’s why we have recently introduced a new spectacle lens for rimless frames & sports eyewear, called PNX 1.53 made by world renowned Hoya.

arrow-199-xxl PNX 1.53 is a tough, strong, flexible lens material that protects your eyes against harmful UV radiation, and is one of the most shock resistant lens materials available.

Learn more about progressive lenses CLICK HERE

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Progressive No-Line Lenses

Progressive lenses offer no-line, multi-focal viewing zones for the most convenient vision correction. If you are over 40 and having difficulty with your vision, chances are you are experiencing presbyopia, the common gradual loss of near vision. But there is good news: you have more choices today than ever before. You don’t have to carry a separate pair of glasses for reading or wear lined bifocal lenses like your parents did.

Progressive lenses offer a smooth transition from distance vision through intermediate vision to near vision, and they supply all the in-between corrections as well. This means that instead of having just two different viewing zones (near and distant), like with bifocals, progressive lenses have progressive powers of correction (from bottom to top), easing eye strain and providing he most natural vision correction.

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Adjusting To Progressive Lenses

If you’re new to progressive lenses, you may need a little time to get used to them. No-line bifocals will slightly alter your peripheral vision due to power changes that occur at the edges of the lenses. This initial difference in your peripheral vision will probably require some slight changes in horizontal head and eye movements. Sensitivity to this area of the lens will diminish with time as you become more accustomed to your new lenses.

These guidelines will help you adjust to your progressive lenses more quickly and comfortably:

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  • arrow-199-xxl Wear your new glasses non-stop throughout the day.
  • arrow-199-xxl Wear your new glasses high on the bridge of your nose and as close to your face as possible.

Still Wearing Sunglasses Over Prescription Sunglasses?

Most people buy sunglasses off the shelf without any prescription. But if you’re a regular glasses wearer, you can’t just choose any pair of sunglasses. You are limited to sunglasses that fit over top of your prescription lenses, or wearing outdated clip-on sunglasses on your existing frames.

So if you are still wearing sunglasses over prescription glasses, then it is time to opt for a new pair of prescription sunglass like so many people are doing. It’s a definite fashion faux-pas to wear a pair of bulky sunglasses over prescription glasses! Why not choose a designer pair of sunglasses that allow you to see better and look great at the same time?

The main advantage of prescription sunglasses is that they are a perfect fit for your eyes. When ordering prescription sunglasses, you must carefully consider the frame shape, frame color and lens color that suits you best. This allows you to choose a stylish pair of sunglasses that both protect your eyes and make a fashion statement. Prescription sunglasses customizable – you can choose a designer frame, enter your prescription, and choose a high-quality polarized lens in a grey or brown tint
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Prescription Sunglasses

How to Order

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To buy your prescription sunglasses from www.specade.com, visit your optician and have your eyes checked and have an up-to date prescription. You will need to submit the prescription when ordering your sunglasses.

Besides their use as a fashion accessory, the main reason for prescription sunglasses is to protect your eyes from UVA/UVB light and to improve your vision. This is the reason why you should stop wearing sunglasses over prescription glasses and get a new pair of prescription glasses instead. Your eyes are among your most important assets and a fashionable pair of sunglasses can keep your eyes healthy throughout the summer.