World Optic's Lens Selection

Eyewear lens styles

Eyewear lens styles

The lens style identifies what function the lens may serve, whether it is no prescription or a prescription lens to help address visual correction. The lens style helps to identify the lens' spherical power (Plus + or Minus -) or if it has no prescription. However, there are other facets to prescription lenses like a cylinder and/or ADD power to accommodate correction needed for astigmatism and presbyopia. To the left are links providing more information about lens styles and prescription lenses.

Understanding lens styles and lens anatomies

Eyewear lens materials

The Material/Medium offers the user a wide range of options from protection from hazardous elements to comfort by producing a thinner lens to the maximum durability offered. All these materials have strong qualities, but may have other characteristics to consider depending on usage and prescription. The links to the left should help tailor the ideal lenses for individual lifestyles.

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Different lens materials explained

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Eyewear lens types

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The Type of lens dictates its functional use. Single vision is a mono visual lens yielding a single field of vision; whether there is no prescription or a single RX prescription. Many multi-focal lens are attributed to presbyopia, which leads the user to many lens options including bifocals, trifocals, progressive, double segment, quadra-focal and computer lenses. Below you will find links to help identify the characteristics of each respective lens.

Different lens types explained

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Premium eyewear lens types

Premium lenses offer the latest in technology. These lenses are often referred to as specialty lenses. For the most part these lenses enhance aesthetics and functional use to fit active lifestyles, niche functions and/or extreme prescriptions. There is usually sophisticated technology involved with premium lenses, which is also accompanied with premium pricing. To the left are links providing more information of each respective premium lens.

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Different premium lens types explained

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How do mail-in orders work?

 Step 1

Fill out our online order form

Complete our one step online order form, which helps you describe what is needed and print the order form and free shipping label with tracking number and no obligation

 Step 2

Send us your eyewear

Package the order(s) securely and send in order. You can also schedule a pick up absolutely free of charge to any valid address

 Step 3

We send you all available options

Once we receive the order, one of our Master technicians will assess the order and email all available options with exact price, a description and a link per option for processing

 Step 4

We send back your eyewear

Once an option is chosen and processed, the order is usually processed and shipped back to you within 24 to 48 hours

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