Wondering what lenses to go for? But have no clue where to start? We've got the lowdown on which lenses would cater to your needs and provide the right fit for your eyes.
The sense of sight is a gift that must be taken care of. Unfortunately, eye care is not on top of everyone's priority list and always takes a backseat when it comes to taking care of one's health. But our eyes are delicate and need to be given special attention. Hence, while choosing lenses, careful thought needs to go into what will work best to aid your eyes and give them the care they deserve.
While looking out for lenses, we're sure you must have stumbled upon these two words: progressive and transition. They can be a real head-scratcher, right? So, how can you tell which one is better? Or, instead, which one is better for you? Well, let's find out…
The All-in-One Pair
Let's start with progressive pair. Progressive lenses can leverage the benefits of more than one pair of glasses without having to change to another pair. Yes, you heard that right. So, how does that work? Progressive lenses are a type of bifocal lenses that allows you to have more than one prescription in just one pair of glasses. Confused? Let's break it down. What this simply means is that these lenses can adjust your vision for both close-ups and long-distance. The progressive lenses make this happen by gradually changing as you move down the lens, removing the unpleasant line found in traditional bifocals, thus bettering your vision with more coverage.
Just as the name suggests, these lenses are truly advanced and are beneficial for those looking to have a clearer vision of near and far away objects. They are a step up from traditional bifocals in terms of their advantages… and did we mention? They score high on style too!
What if we told you your lenses could change color when you step out? Don't believe us? Well, behold the nifty magic trick of transition lenses. These light-intelligent lenses automatically adjust to changing light. So, when you are inside any space, they remain clear but, as soon as you step outside, the lenses darken to protect you from UV rays and then go back to being clear when you go back indoors. How cool is that?
Here, again you need just one pair of glasses to go about your day carefree. The dark shade it provides gives 100% UV rays protection, so you don't have to think about changing to sunglasses while heading out.
These adjustable lenses work for both prescriptions based and non-prescription-based eyeglasses and can also be combined with progressive lenses. Now that's what we call the perfect pair!
There really is no competition between the two. We are just here to inform you of the benefits so you can make an informed decision. At the end of the day, you must decide what works best for you.
So, think it over and once you decide, head over to our website LINK and pick from our range of progressive and transition lenses.