Progressive Lenses

Progressive Lenses

See clearly at every distance with just one pair of glasses

Progressive

Lenses

What are progressive lenses?

Progressive lenses are a type of multifocal lens, with three different prescriptions in each lens.
They give you clear, seamless vision at near, intermediate, and far distances.
progressive lenses

What are progressive lenses?

Progressive lenses are a type of multifocal lens, with three different prescriptions in each lens. They give you clear, seamless vision at near, intermediate, and far distances.
Progressive lenses

How do progressive lenses work?

The three prescriptions are placed in different parts of the lens. Each area gradually blends into the next for a smooth viewing transition. By looking through the appropriate area, you can see clearly and comfortably at every distance.
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How do progressive lenses work?

The three prescriptions are placed in different parts of the lens. Each area gradually blends into the next for a smooth viewing transition.

By looking through the appropriate area, you can see clearly and comfortably at every distance.
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Premium vs deluxe

Premium progressive lenses
  • 3-in-1 lens
  • Transparent lens, no lines
  • Clear vision at all distances

Premium vs deluxe

Deluxe progressive lenses
  • 3-in-1 lens
  • 30% wider viewing area
  • Transparent lens, no lines
  • Quicker adaptation time
  • Clear vision at all distances
  • Impact X coating
premium vs deluxe progressive lenses comparison view

Premium progressive lenses

  • 3-in-1 lens
  • Transparent lens, no lines
  • Clear vision at all distances

Deluxe progressive lenses

  • 3-in-1 lens
  • 30% wider viewing area
  • Transparent lens, no lines
  • Quicker adaptation time
  • Clear vision at all distances
  • Impact X coating

How to buy progressives

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how to buy progressive lenses online

Everything you need to know about progressive lenses

How to buy progressives

how to buy progressive lenses online

Everything you need to know about progressive lenses

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Got questions about eye care?

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FAQs

Normal lenses only have one prescription strength to correct a single distance. Progressive lenses are multifocal lenses that provide seamless vision correction for multiple distances. They allow you to see clearly at different distances without switching glasses.

If you need vision correction for near, far, and in between, we recommend using your progressive lenses all day instead of switching to a different pair. This will also help you to adjust to your lenses if they are new.

Progressives have three prescription strengths, while bifocal lenses only have two. Bifocals also have a visible line separating the distance and near prescriptions, while progressive lenses have a gradual change in prescription throughout the lens, giving you a seamless transition.

When trying to look at something, remember to move your head, not your eyes, and point your nose towards the object. It is normal to experience some slight distortion towards the edges of your lenses. Gradually increase the wear time of your new glasses over the first few days, for example, half-day wearing. Try to avoid going between your old and new glasses, as your eyes need time to get used to the new ones. You can also visit our aftercare guides for further tips and advice here.

FAQ

Normal lenses only have one prescription strength to correct a single distance. Progressive lenses are multifocal lenses that provide seamless vision correction for multiple distances. They allow you to see clearly at different distances without switching glasses.

If you need vision correction for near, far, and in between, we recommend using your progressive lenses all day instead of switching to a different pair. This will also help you to adjust to your lenses if they are new.

Progressives have three prescription strengths, while bifocal lenses only have two. Bifocals also have a visible line separating the distance and near prescriptions, while progressive lenses have a gradual change in prescription throughout the lens, giving you a seamless transition.

When trying to look at something, remember to move your head, not your eyes, and point your nose towards the object. It is normal to experience some slight distortion towards the edges of your lenses. Gradually increase the wear time of your new glasses over the first few days, for example, half-day wearing. Try to avoid going between your old and new glasses, as your eyes need time to get used to the new ones. You can also visit our aftercare guides for further tips and advice here.