Progressives Lenses

Also known as no-line bifocals and multi-focal lens, progressives eyeglasses are most popular among people older that 40 years. These lenses allow people facing issues with both near and farsightedness to keep one single accessory for both reading and normal day use.

Benefits of Progressive Lenses

Progressive Lenses are an ideal solution due to the flexibility and huge number of benefits they provide.

  • Better than bifocals as they do not have a separating line.
  • Best for people having presbyopia to see clearly at all distances.
  • Effective when using digital devices for extended periods.
  • Compatible with all shape and styles of frames.

Best Uses

Progressives Lenses are Perfect in many Situations

For Driving

Progressive lenses customized to your prescription are the perfect choice to wear while driving as they cover near, intermediate and far area to help you visualize clearly and drive safely with comfort.

For General Daily Usage

Progressive lenses are highly recommended for all-purpose comfortable view with wider visual fields at all distances, covering near, intermediate, and far area to see clearly all around you.

For Office Use

Progressive lenses are suitable for office work while working at computer, handling paperwork or attending a meeting as they eliminate the need for a pair of eyeglasses.

Sports and Outdoor Activities

Progressive lenses are a reliable choice for sports and other outdoor activities. They provide comfort and the visual agility you need to enjoy and make the most of your day.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you can wear progressives while driving because they provide the flexibility of near, intermediate and distance vision.

Yes, progressive lenses can also be ordered in various tints or as photochromic eyeglasses.

If you are already using progressive lenses, you will face no difficulties in adjusting to the new lens. However, people who are wearing progressive lenses for the first time have to go through an adjustment period of a few days. There might be a slight blurry jerk in vision when you look at a nearby object after focusing on a distant one, or vice versa, but your eyes will adjust to this naturally within a few days. Just ensure that your Pupillary Distance is perfectly measured in the prescription.

Your given Prescription will be helpful for us to find out your distance, intermediate an near range progressive.

No, simply enter your regular prescription including ADD (addition) during the order process and the rest will be taken care of by our technical team.