- Step 1: Lens Use
- Step 3: Lens Type
- Step 2: Package
- Step 4: Prescription
How are you planning to use your glasses?
Choose a varifocal option
Choose which varifocal suits you and your budget
This single vision lens type is suitable for everyday use such as driving or watching TV. They may be worn all day.
This single vision lens type is suitable if you only need glasses when reading, writing or doing close up activities.
This single vision lens type is suitable for using the computer and other arms-length activities.
A Bifocal lens contains both distance and reading with a line to divide the two sections. The main portion of the lens is distance and a smaller area is reading.
Verifocal - Basic
A Varifocal lens gradually changes from distance power at the top and progresses down to reading power at the bottom with no visible line.
Verifocal - Popular
This is our most premium freeform varifocal lens offering the widest area of clear vision with less distortion.