At Eyediology, we offer a wide range of prescription lenses.
We can supply lenses from all leading lens manufacturers including Nikon, Essilor and Zeiss.
There are four main types of plastic materials used for lenses: 1.5 index, 1.6 index, 1.67 index and 1.74 index. High index lenses (eg. 1.74 index) are used on higher prescriptions to reduce the thickness and weight of the finished lens product. Various lens coatings (including anti-reflective, scratch resistance, UV protective, blue-light blocking, coloured tints, transitions or polarized coatings) can be added to enhance your visual experience. It is worth thinking about what you use your glasses for, and noting which coating suits your needs.
Once you have decided on the lens index material and the appropriate coating, the type of lens required needs to be specified. That is, if you are wanting a single vision lens (eg. for reading OR for driving), bifocal lens (eg. for reading AND driving), occupational lens (eg. for reading AND computer work) or varifocal (for all tasks including reading, computer work and driving). The more tasks required, the more technology is involved in making the final lens product more customized to your needs. We would recommend an in-store measuring and fitting appointment to ensure you achieve the best vision possible.
If you know what kind of lens you require, the contact form below can be used to provide a rough indication of your lens price. However, if you are unsure, the best route is to come in store and/or book an appointment to discuss your options. This will enable us to provide you with a more customized and accurate quote.
Please contact us if you require any other information.