Progressive lenses have been designed to avoid the hassle of constantly having to remove one pair of spectacles for another. But, even some progressive lenses have their limitations as blurring can still occur when using peripheral vision. Here are a few examples: You’re in the kitchen preparing a meal. As you chop the veg, youContinue reading ».
Digital technology has changed the way we live our lives. According to a recent Emarketer survey we now spend over 60% of our waking hours in front of a screen compared to 50% in 2011. We used to watch TV from a distance while glancing at a book or magazine in between times. Now, ourContinue reading ».
Zeiss DriveSafe Lenses provide the perfect solution for drivers who want just one pair of spectacles for everyday use. Lenses-in-Glasses gives you the low-down on Zeiss DriveSafe Lenses and why they can help you drive more safely on UK roads.Continue reading ».
Most varifocals come with limitations, for example, you might experience a ‘swim’ effect and a narrower field of vision. The Varilux S Series lenses eliminate these constraints, giving you ultimate vision with no compromise. You will feel more balanced when moving and experience maximised fields of vision with Varilux S-series. Created using the latest technologiesContinue reading ».
If you love your current spectacles, having them re-glazed – in other words having new lenses fitted – is a great way to get your eyewear upgraded without breaking the bank. However, choosing the right lenses may seem a bit daunting with so many options available. Here are some top tips from Lenses-In-Glasses to helpContinue reading ».
Nikon is regarded by top photographers as the manufacturer of the world’s finest lenses. However, Nikon doesn’t only make lenses for cameras – the company also makes ophthalmic lenses for glasses too. So, when you’re ready to have your favourite spectacles re-glazed why not invest a little more in your eyesight and pair your spectaclesContinue reading ».