Anti-reflective lenses

Anti-reflective coating (also called AR or anti-glare coating) is a thin multilayer coating that eliminates reflections from the front and back surface of spectacle lenses. The coating makes lenses nearly invisible so people can focus on your eyes, not distracting reflections from your spectacles. It also provides better vision for night driving and more comfortable vision for reading and screen use. 

 

Blue control lenses

This coating filters out UVA and UVB rays. It also helps to protect your eyes from high energy blue light from screens - this is ideal for computer users. 

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01444 236367

7 Keymer Parade

Burgess Hill

West Sussex

RH15 0AB

 
Opening Hours
Monday
9.00am - 5.30pm
Tuesday 
9.00am - 5.30pm
Wednesday
9.00am - 5.30pm
Thursday
9.00am - 5.30pm*
Friday 
9.00am - 5.30pm
Saturday 
9.00am - 2.00pm
*LATE NIGHT OPENING
1st Thursday of every month 9.00-7.00pm.

Call us

01444 236367

7 Keymer Parade

Burgess Hill

West Sussex

RH15 0AB

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Opening Hours
Monday
9.00am - 5.30pm
Tuesday 
9.00am - 5.30pm
Wednesday
9.00am - 5.30pm
Thursday
9.00am - 5.30pm*
Friday 
9.00am - 5.30pm
Saturday 
9.00am - 2.00pm
*LATE NIGHT
  OPENING
1st Thursday of every month 9.00-7.00pm.

We offer a wide choice of spectacle lenses including different designs and coatings, and these can be tailored to your requirements. We work with various different lens manufacturing companies and can source lenses specific to your needs. 

Single vision lenses

Single vision lenses are used to correct short-sightedness, long-sightedness or astigmatism. They are the same prescription across the whole surface of the lens. 

Varifocal lenses

Varifocals provide vision for all distances in a single lens; distance, near and intermediate. The transition between prescriptions in the lens is seamless so they look exactly like single vision lenses. They are an excellent option if you need more than one prescription. 

Polarised lenses

Polarising lenses are specialised lenses designed to reduce glare from surfaces such as water, snow, and glass. Polarized sunglasses can be useful for certain sports and driving, helping people to see more clearly and avoid potential hazards. 

 

Tints and transition lenses

All lenses can be tinted in a range of depths and colours. Transitions lenses are designed to automatically adapt to changing light conditions. They protect your eyes from harmful UV & blue-violet light.

Thinned lenses

All of the lenses above can be made thinner and lighter. This is recommended if your prescription is particularly strong as it can make your glasses more comfortable to wear, and gives a more attractive appearance. It can be applied to just one lens if your prescription varies greatly for each eye.

Bifocal lenses

Bifocal lenses have two different prescriptions, in the top and the bottom, for distance and near vision. They are ideal if you need to view distance and close up without changing glasses. There is a visible line between the two sections.