We will help choose a frame that best suit your face, personality, and prescription as well as function. These factors are important to optimize the use of your glasses. Some of our collections include Modo, Maui Jim, Lacoste, Flexon, Nine West, Koali, OGA, Lightec,Takumi, Easy Clip, FYSH, Evatik, Kliik, Berlini, Incredible, Success, Pacini, Metallix, Fasio, Euroflex and Circles.
Modo -Minimalist, light weight sophistication made with quality materials. They do charitable work in their Buy a Frame, Donate a Frame, Buy a Frame, Plant a Tree and collaboration with Waste Free Oceans programs.
FYSH - Vast selection of bold colours, intricate patterns and unique shapes for strong and ambitious women who embrace individual style.
Evatik - Minimalistic with a polish, refined look for today's modern man.
Kliik - Clean, modern Scandinavian design with bold colours for those who need smaller sizes.
Types of Lenses
Single Vision - corrects vision in a specific distance
Progressives - commonly known as the “no-line bifocal”, usually needed after the age of 40, increases in magnification as you go down the lens to give distance, mid-range and near vision
Computer - provides midrange vision at the top of the lens and near vision at the bottom of the lens, great for desk work
Bifocals - “with the line bifocal”, again used after the age of 40 which gives distance and near but no mid-range vision.
Technology & Treatments
Digital Surfacing - new technology in the making of lenses which is computer generated to help reduce distortion and provide more accurate results, available in single vision and progressive lenses
High Index Lenses - used mostly for higher prescriptions to reduce the thickness of the lenses
Scratch Coating - a protective layer to help reduce scratches
Anti-Glare Coating - used to reduce glare especially for night driving, reading and computer use, also includes the scratch coating
Blue Filter Tint/Coating - help to reduce blue light that can cause digital eyestrain, headaches, alter circadian rhythms, worsen dry eye symptoms and cause retinal disease