Who make the best varifocal lenses?

Who make the best varifocal lenses?

Who Makes The Best Varifocal Lenses?

  • Essilor – “Varilux – “Comfort NE”, “Physio 2.0” & “X Series”
  • Nikon – “Presio”, “SeeMax Master”,
  • Hoya – “GP”, “iD Lifestyle”, “Summit”. “Balansis”, “MyStyle V”
  • Carl Zeiss – “Zeiss Progressive Individual 2” & “Zeiss Progressive Plus 2”

Are varifocal lenses more expensive?

Generally, the more you pay for varifocals, the better the optical design and quality (fewer distortions around the edges). But most people are unlikely to benefit significantly from the very priciest bespoke lenses.

Are there different grades of varifocal lenses?

Generally, they come in 3 types; standard, advanced and elite, which provide differing levels of visual performance. These lens types can be tailored for specific purposes such as for driving, sport or occupational use.

Are basic varifocals any good?

Although you will need time to adapt to them, the significant majority of wearers get used to varifocal glasses within hours and overall success rate is over 98%. The latest designs with wider fields of vision and less edge/peripheral distortion are the easiest to adapt to and you will get used to them very quickly.

What brand lenses do Specsavers use?

Specsavers easyvision contact lenses are produced by some of the largest lens manufacturers, such as Coopervision, Sauflon, Bausch & Lomb and Ciba Vision. All of these brands and products can be found on our site, and to help you out, we’ve listed a table below, so you can see if your type is in stock.

What is the alternative to varifocals?

Enhanced Reading Lenses and Occupational Progressive Lenses An easy solution to these problems are Enhanced Reading Lenses. These lenses are a great alternative to varifocals and offer a big benefit of larger mid-range and near areas and extra range to single vision reading glasses.

How does the 2 for 1 offer work at Specsavers?

With our 2 for 1 offer, you can buy a pair of single-vision glasses from our £69-£169 ranges and we’ll give you a free second pair from our sunglasses range. They just need to be from the same price range or below and to the same prescription.

What is elite varifocal?

Elite varifocal are a more sophisticated Freeform design than our Advanced lenses. They feature a wider field of vision for reading, with significantly less peripheral distortion. Easy for first-time wearers to adapt to, Elite HD offers a 30% improvement in field of vision compared to a conventional lens.

What are the best frames for varifocals?

In a nutshell. For varifocal lenses, choose oversized glasses frames but avoid cat-eye or aviator style glasses.

Should I wear varifocals all the time?

Again, you need to take the time to allow your brain to adjust to your new view of the world. This process varies across individuals, but most people get used to varifocal glasses after two weeks. This is why it’s so important to continue to wear your varifocal glasses consistently so that your eyes can adjust to them.

Why are my new varifocals blurry?

If you feel that your vision has changed, it could be because your frame is out of alignment. This is particularly true of varifocals – if they are not sitting correctly, you could be looking through the wrong part of the lens, and your vision will seem blurry. They hurt behind your ears.