Lens coating is the key to ensuring the best experience for your glasses. From reducing the glare of digital devices to protecting your lens from everyday wear, choosing a coated bag will extend the life of your lens and provide a comfortable day.
Glasses naturally have a lot of wear and tear, and scratched lenses can affect your vision and cause eye strain. The anti-scratch coating extends the life of the lens and helps you maintain a clearer vision.
When light is reflected from the back of the lens into the eye, it produces anti-glare, which distracts and damages the eye, especially when we spend more and more time on digital devices such as computers, tablets and television. An anti-reflective coating reduces eye strain by eliminating environmental glare from automotive headlights, computers, digital devices, and televisions.
Ultraviolet rays not only damage the skin but also damage the structure of the eye. This coating provides 100% UV protection, which is essential for eye protection. In order to increase the protection of the sun, you may be interested in transition or prescription sunglasses lenses.
Super Hydrophobic coatings have all the properties of a regular AR coating, plus the added benefit of a water-resistant coating that repels dirt and water, and is easier to clean. This coating bonds to the anti-reflective coating and helps prevent water buildup and salt deposits on the lens surface. When water dries on a lens without a hydrophobic coating, these deposits are difficult to remove a major drawback of polycarbonate lenses with only a scratch-resistant and anti-reflective coating.