Varilux Physio Digital HD Progressive Clear Polycarbonate Lenses
$228.00

Varilux Physio Digital HD Progressive Clear Polycarbonate Lenses

Shipping is always free. Once you place an order and we have a selfie image of you wearing your frames and a separate image of your prescription, we will email you a shipping label for you to print out.  You then attach that label to your own shipping box, give it to your mailman or drop it off at the post office.  Once your order is complete, we will ship back your completed job for free. If you require faster service we recommend that you select Priority Mail Shipping at checkout. Priority Mail Shipping will be applied to both shipments and will expedite your order substantially.

Polycarbonate. 25% thinner than CR39 lenses. Impact-resistant and is a good choice if you play sports, work where your eyeglass lenses could easily get damaged. They also have built-in UV protection.

Trivex. They’re made from a newer plastic that’s similar to polycarbonate lenses. They’re lightweight, thin, and impact-resistant. They may also correct your vision better for some people.

High-index plastic. If you have a strong prescription these lenses are lighter and thinner than the old-school super-thick ones you may have had in the past.

Transitions®. Sunlight changes these from clear to tinted. You may no longer need sunglasses, although they may not darken enough in your car because the windshield blocks UV rays. The lens is activated by UV rays. 

Polarized sunglasses.  These lenses reduce glare from a surface like water, so they’re great for sports and driving. But they can make it hard to see the liquid crystal display on your car’s dashboard.

Blue light blocking glasses have specially crafted lenses that are said to block or filter out the blue light given off from digital screens. The lenses claim to protect your eyes from glare and can help reduce potential damage to your retina from prolonged exposure to blue light.

Antireflective or anti-reflection (ARcoating is a type of optical coating applied to the surface of lenses and other optical elements to reduce reflection. In typical imaging systems, this improves the efficiency since less light is lost due to reflection

CRIZAL AVANCÉ UV™ LENSES SCRATCH-RESISTANT COATING Lenses that are treated front and back with a clear, scratch-resistant coating—like Crizal Avancé UV—have a much harder surface, which is what makes them so much more scratch resistant. Plus, they provide dust and dirt repellence for clearer vision and less frequent cleaning.

ESSILOR® ANTI-FOG AR. Anti-fog coating applied to the back side of the lenses with a No-Glare coating on the front side. While the back side of the lenses stay fog free while wearing masks, the No-Glare on the front side reduces glare and reflections, and is easy to clean. 

Shipping

Shipping is always free. Once you place an order and we have a selfie image of you wearing your frames and a separate image of your prescription, we will email you a shipping label for you to print out.  You then attach that label to your own shipping box, give it to your mailman or drop it off at the post office.  Once your order is complete, we will ship back your completed job for free. If you require faster service we recommend that you select Priority Mail Shipping at checkout. Priority Mail Shipping will be applied to both shipments and will expedite your order substantially.

Lens Material

Polycarbonate. 25% thinner than CR39 lenses. Impact-resistant and is a good choice if you play sports, work where your eyeglass lenses could easily get damaged. They also have built-in UV protection.

Trivex. They’re made from a newer plastic that’s similar to polycarbonate lenses. They’re lightweight, thin, and impact-resistant. They may also correct your vision better for some people.

High-index plastic. If you have a strong prescription these lenses are lighter and thinner than the old-school super-thick ones you may have had in the past.

Lens Types

Transitions®. Sunlight changes these from clear to tinted. You may no longer need sunglasses, although they may not darken enough in your car because the windshield blocks UV rays. The lens is activated by UV rays. 

Polarized sunglasses.  These lenses reduce glare from a surface like water, so they’re great for sports and driving. But they can make it hard to see the liquid crystal display on your car’s dashboard.

Blue light blocking glasses have specially crafted lenses that are said to block or filter out the blue light given off from digital screens. The lenses claim to protect your eyes from glare and can help reduce potential damage to your retina from prolonged exposure to blue light.

Lens Options

Antireflective or anti-reflection (ARcoating is a type of optical coating applied to the surface of lenses and other optical elements to reduce reflection. In typical imaging systems, this improves the efficiency since less light is lost due to reflection

CRIZAL AVANCÉ UV™ LENSES SCRATCH-RESISTANT COATING Lenses that are treated front and back with a clear, scratch-resistant coating—like Crizal Avancé UV—have a much harder surface, which is what makes them so much more scratch resistant. Plus, they provide dust and dirt repellence for clearer vision and less frequent cleaning.

ESSILOR® ANTI-FOG AR. Anti-fog coating applied to the back side of the lenses with a No-Glare coating on the front side. While the back side of the lenses stay fog free while wearing masks, the No-Glare on the front side reduces glare and reflections, and is easy to clean.