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What are
High Index Lenses?

High-index lenses are made from
materials that allow glasses lenses
to be made ultra thin and
ultra light-weight by bending
light more efficiently.

High Index
Lens Technology

Thinner and lighter high-index lens materials have made the world of eyeglasses very different

What are high-index lenses? Made with dense materials with lots of light-bending power, they are be much thinner, flatter and more lightweight than standard lenses.

How do they work? Glasses correct your vision by bending the light that passes through to your eyes. The stronger your prescription, the more the light needs to bend. This generally means a thick lens, but not with a high index lens that bends light through less thickness.

CB_AC_Item1_528x241_-HighIndex_feather.jpg What are the benefits? A thinner, flatter high-index lens provides the same strength of correction as a thicker standard lens. That means people who are very short-sighted can avoid extra-thick lenses that make their eyes look unnaturally small; long-sighted people can avoid lenses that make their eyes look exceptionally large.

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Product

High prescription lenses that look good

Lineis 1.74

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Stylis 1.67

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