Archive for July, 2013

How Much Do High Index Lenses Cost?

  • Kieran Hunt
  • July 26, 2013

High index lenses are more expensive than regular lenses; but how much will I spend on them? Do High Index Lenses Cost Much? High index lenses cost different amounts depending on what index you choose, what lens color you want, and what kind of prescription you have. In general, you can assume that the higher […]

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1.74 High Index Lenses for High Index Glasses

  • Kieran Hunt
  • July 13, 2013

There are a few kinds of 1.74 high index lenses that can be used for your high index glasses. What are they, and how do they differ? High Index Glasses Using 1.74 High Index Lenses High index glasses have all sorts of options for high index lenses, from plastic to glass, 1.67 to 1.90 index, and […]

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1.67 High Index Single Vision Lenses

  • Kieran Hunt
  • July 10, 2013

High index lenses can get incredibly expensive. If you’re looking for thin, lightweight, and affordable high index lens glasses, 1.67 high index single vision lenses may be the best choice for you. Thin and Lightweight 1.67 High Index Single Vision Lenses High index lenses come in a huge variety of indexes, colors, lens types, and […]

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Why Should I Use High Index Lenses?

  • Kieran Hunt
  • July 7, 2013

High index lenses have continued to become more and more popular the longer they’ve been around. Why are they so great? High Index Lenses are Popular for Good Reason High index lenses are extremely popular because of their thin profile, scratch resistance, and light weight. Most people who use high index lenses are those with […]

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Trivex: How Does It Compare to High Index Plastic?

  • Kieran Hunt
  • July 4, 2013

Trivex is one of the newest lens materials alongside the higher index plastics. How do they compare? Trivex: How Does It Compare to High Index Plastic? Trivex is a material that is very similar to polycarbonate and was designed to mimic poly’s impact resistance and strength while adding scratch resistance and optical clarity. It is […]

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Optical Clarity and High Index Lenses

  • Kieran Hunt
  • July 1, 2013

The index of a lens is pretty much directly tied to its optical clarity. Optical Clarity and High Index Lenses If you are shopping for high index lenses and haven’t had them before, there are some things you should know about how the index of a lens can affect your vision. Because high index lenses are […]

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