Eyeglass Lens coatings

Lens coatings: UV, scratch resistant, anti-reflective, Photochromic

While choosing a right glasses for your face shape, you still need to choose spectacle lenses and coating. First, you need to understand the prescription for your glasses and the type of prescription glasses, and then choose the coating for spectacle lenses.These decisions are critical to how much you will spend for buying the prescription glasses. Lens coating is the key to ensure the spectacle lenses to give you a best experience.

Anti-Reflective

Anti-Reflective Coating

Anti-reflection coatings, also known as AR coating or anti-glare coating, can reduce eye fatigue caused by glare, reflection and "halo" around night lights. Lenses with AR coating can provide a better vision for night driving, and offer a more comfortable visual field for reading and computer use.

Blue light blocking coatings

Blue light blocking coatings

Blue light blocking coatings can reduce eye fatigue caused by exposure to blue light on smart phones, tablets, computer screens, televisions, energy-saving lighting and sunlight.Overexposure is likely to damage the retina and increase the risk of age-related macular degeneration and cataract. The nearly transparent coating can also optimize the visual performance, improve the visual comfort, enhance the external appearance and extend the service life of the lenses.

Scratch-Resistant

Scratch-Resistant coatings

The scratch-proof coatings can help prevent scratches from damaging your lenses, interfering with your vision and causing eye fatigue. The scratch-proof lenses can minimize daily wear, extend the service life of the lenses, and conduce a clearer vision.

UV Protection

UV Protection coatings

Overexposure to ultraviolet rays may lead to serious eye problems, such as cataract (lenticular opacity to eyes) and macular degeneration (macular rupture). Ultraviolet protective coating will provide ultraviolet (UV) protection by 100 percent, which is essential for eye protection.

Aspheric

Aspheric glasses

The front surface of traditional lens is spherical, meaning that it has the same curve on the whole surface. An aspheric lens has a different curvature, which means it can be thinner and flatter, and correct minor distortion in visual acuity.

Photochromic

Photochromic glasses

Photochromic coating will get darker in the sunlight so that it can protect your eyes from ultraviolet radiation. We can offer all kinds of designs and materials for lenses, including bifocal glasses and high refractive index lenses.

Polycarbonate

As polycarbonate lenses are elastic and impact resistant, they have become the favorite of activists. Polycarbonate lenses, due to its durability, are an ideal choice for Rimless Glasses. Moreover, polycarbonate lenses enjoy a function of built-in ultraviolet protection, which is helpful to prevent eye problems, such as macular degeneration (macular rupture) and cataract (lenticular opacity to eyes).

Some lenses have been performed with hydrophobic and "oleophobic" (also known as lipophobic) surface treatments, which means they can expel water and oil. Some lenses have anti-fogging function. When you move from a cold environment to a warm one, your lenses and vision will remain clear. Such a function may also keep your lenses from fogging during the exercise.
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