After your eye test with Eyemax your optometrist will be able to provide you with an accurate prescription to suit your eyes and bring the clarity back to your vision. Once you’ve chosen from our extensive collection of high-quality frames, the next step is to choose your spectacle lenses.
There are many types of lenses for glasses, each with a unique purpose; some for convenience, some for practicality, some for definition and some for style, all of which are available at Eyemax Opticians for your convenience. Our lenses are provided using an accurate and efficient service utilising the latest technologies and using only the highest quality materials.
Whatever your needs or desires, you can trust Eyemax to deliver the perfect solution. If you have any specific requests or questions please feel free to get in touch, our talented and friendly staff are always willing to go the extra mile to ensure your satisfaction.
These lenses are the basic lens needed to fulfil a prescription for long- or short-sighted eyes. They are made to prescription and only correct one type of sight problem. Single vision spectacle lenses are also available as High Definition, Transitions, Thin & Lite, tinted or anti-reflection lenses.
If you need prescription glasses for both distance and reading and don’t want the hassle of swapping between multiple pairs of glasses, varifocal spectacle lenses could be the answer. They correct both distance and reading prescriptions by utilising multiple focus points resulting in clear vision regardless of distance without the need to swap glasses. Varifocal lenses are also available as High Definition, Thin & Lite and Transitions lenses.
High Definition (HD) lenses produce superior clarity and sharpness of vision when compared with standard lenses. HD lenses provide the best possible eyesight available when wearing your glasses. These lenses are available as both single vision and varifocal lenses.
Available on nearly all types of lenses, an anti-reflective coating reduces reflected light in the lenses so other people can see your eyes, reduces glare making them superior for driving and gives your glasses a crisp and clear appearance bringing definition to your eyes.
Tinted lenses come in various shades and colours, so you have access to full customization of your eye wear. Certain tints in the range even offer full protection from UV rays. All tints are available as High Definition, single vision and varifocal lenses.
Transitions Optical lenses adjust and adapt to the change of light, transforming into sunglasses when in harsh light to block out harmful UV rays, increase comfort, reduce glare and prevent tired eyes. These lenses are available as single vision and varifocal lenses.
These lenses are lighter and thinner than standard lenses because they are made from special materials. This not only makes them more comfortable to wear but also produces a sharper look, especially if you have a high prescription. These lenses are available as single vision, varifocal, High Definition and Transitions lenses.