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Prescription Lenses

Here you can know all the quality eyeglass lenses we offer. From the different vision correction types of lenses to the various types of necessary lens coatings and everything you need to know about functional lenses. We will show in as much detail as possible any lens you should know and know about.

Professional Lens Service

As an experienced eyewear manufacturer and processor, ABBE Glasses produces almost all types of eyeglass lenses and can provide 100% accurate prescription lenses for the visually impaired, whether you are nearsighted, farsighted, or both. We believe that with our expertise we can always give you the best prescription lenses products and services.

professional lens service

Prescription Lenses

Suffering from vision problems and don't know what type of eyeglass lenses to choose? Trying to figure out what type of eyeglass lenses are recommended by your doctor's prescription list?

Lenses for Nearsightedness

Lenses for Nearsightedness

Nearsighted lenses are prescribed for the correction of myopia, and the sphere power on prescription sheet usually begins with "-".

Learn More >>
Bifocal Lenses

Bifocal Lenses

Bifocal lenses feature distance vision correction in the upper half of the lens and near vision correction in the lower half. Always contains "ADD" prescription data.

Learn More >>
Progressive Lenses

Progressive Lenses

These multifocal lenses gradually change the vision correction from distant to near as the eye moves downward, providing a more precise vision correction than bifocal lenses.

Learn More >>
Lenses for Reading

Lenses for Reading

When you find yourself having increasing difficulty reading small letters up close, then you'll need a pair of glasses with reading lenses. This also called farsighted lenses.

Learn More >>
Prism Lens

Prism Lens

Prism glasses are special lenses with prisms of different directions and degrees added to ordinary prescription lenses for correction of diplopia problems.

Learn More >>
Lenses for Gaming

Lenses for Gaming

Gaming glasses mainly help reduce eye soreness and fatigue caused by prolonged exposure to digital screens, and it can also filter harmful blue light to play a role in eye protection.

Learn More >>

Lens Coatings

Lens coatings add features to your lenses that regular prescription lenses do not have. Different lens coatings all add different capabilities to your lenses.

Anti Scratch Coating
Anti Scratch Coating

The anti scratch coating as the most basic lens coating, mainly helps your lenses to against minor wear and tear during daily use - finger rubbing and even collisions with the ground after dropping them.

Anti Reflective Coating
Anti Reflective Coating

Anti-reflection coating, also called AR coating or anti-glare coating. The main function is to increase light transmission and reduce glare, thus improving the visual effect.

Color Tint Coating
Color Tint Coating

Tinted lenses are made by heating the lenses and adding dyes to the lenses to give them color. This type of custom eyeglass lenses allows you to add almost any color and depth to the lenses.

Light Adjusting Coating
Light Adjusting Coating

This lens coating features optical lenses that become colored when exposed to the sun and change to normal clear lenses when they enter the room. They are suitable for people who go in and out a lot, or for people who are sensitive to light.

Polarized Coating
Polarized Coating

The coating of polarized lenses allows them to block horizontal polarization to avoid glare, while allowing non-polarized light to pass through and be seen normally. Suitable for guaranteeing safe activities outdoors where glare is strong.

Mirrored Tint Coating
Mirrored Tint Coating

Mirror coating reflect glare well and prevent excess light from entering thus not affecting your vision, making them your first choice for driving and outdoor sports.

Lens Index

Lens Index

The higher your lens index value, the thinner your lenses will be under the same prescription and frame conditions. Relatively, lenses with a higher index are lighter than lenses with a lower index and will look better when mounted on eyeglass frames.

FAQ

Where to get prescription lenses put in frames?

Most local opticians can provide such a service. But we still recommend buying a new pair of glasses. The ABBE Glasses online site offers a multi-style one-stop shop for cheap glasses, and crucially, the prices may be half or less than offline stores.

Why do contact lenses require a prescription?

If you are wearing beauty contact lenses you generally do not need a prescription. However, more people wear contact lenses to correct their vision but do not want to wear frames, so a prescription is required.

How much do prescription lenses cost?

The price of prescription lenses depends on the strength of your prescription, the lens property features chosen, such as the refractive index of the lens, single vision or multifocal, etc.

How do I buy prescription glasses online?

Buying prescription glasses on ABBE Glasses is a very simple task. Browse our types of the frames, pick you like on the page, follow the steps to fill your prescription and choose the lens features you need. Contact us if you are stuck at a certain step.

What are the different types of prescription lenses?

There are several different types of prescription lenses in the mainstream today. Single Vision lenses can correct farsightedness or nearsightedness, while bifocal and progressive lenses can correct nearsightedness and farsightedness in different positions on the same lens. And what type of prescription lenses you need depends on the type of prescription you have.

Prescription Lenses

Prescription Lenses

Here you can know all the quality eyeglass lenses we offer. From the different vision correction types of lenses to the various types of necessary lens coatings and everything you need to know about functional lenses. We will show in as much detail as possible any lens you should know and know about.

Professional Lens Service

As an experienced eyewear manufacturer and processor, ABBE Glasses produces almost all types of eyeglass lenses and can provide 100% accurate prescription lenses for the visually impaired, whether you are nearsighted, farsighted, or both. We believe that with our expertise we can always give you the best prescription lenses products and services.

Professional Lens Service

Prescription Lenses

Suffering from vision problems and don't know what type of eyeglass lenses to choose? Trying to figure out what type of eyeglass lenses are recommended by your doctor's prescription list?

Lenses for Nearsightedness

Lenses for Nearsightedness

Nearsighted lenses are prescribed for the correction of myopia, and the sphere power on prescription sheet usually begins with "-".

Learn More >>
Bifocal Lenses

Bifocal Lenses

Bifocal lenses feature distance vision correction in the upper half of the lens and near vision correction in the lower half. Always contains "ADD" prescription data.

Learn More >>
Progressive Lenses

Progressive Lenses

These multifocal lenses gradually change the vision correction from distant to near as the eye moves downward, providing a more precise vision correction than bifocal lenses.

Learn More >>
Lenses for Reading

Lenses for Reading

When you find yourself having increasing difficulty reading small letters up close, then you'll need a pair of glasses with reading lenses. This also called farsighted lenses.

Learn More >>
Prism Lens

Prism Lens

Prism glasses are special lenses with prisms of different directions and degrees added to ordinary prescription lenses for correction of diplopia problems.

Learn More >>
Lenses for Gaming

Lenses for Gaming

Gaming glasses mainly help reduce eye soreness and fatigue caused by prolonged exposure to digital screens, and it can also filter harmful blue light to play a role in eye protection.

Learn More >>

Lens Coatings

Lens coatings add features to your lenses that regular prescription lenses do not have. Different lens coatings all add different capabilities to your lenses.

Anti Scratch Coating
Anti Scratch Coating

The anti scratch coating as the most basic lens coating, mainly helps your lenses to against minor wear and tear during daily use - finger rubbing and even collisions with the ground after dropping them.

Anti Reflective Coating
Anti Reflective Coating

Anti-reflection coating, also called AR coating or anti-glare coating. The main function is to increase light transmission and reduce glare, thus improving the visual effect.

Color Tint Coating
Color Tint Coating

Tinted lenses are made by heating the lenses and adding dyes to the lenses to give them color. This type of custom eyeglass lenses allows you to add almost any color and depth to the lenses.

Light Adjusting Coating
Light Adjusting Coating

This lens coating features optical lenses that become colored when exposed to the sun and change to normal clear lenses when they enter the room. They are suitable for people who go in and out a lot, or for people who are sensitive to light.

Polarized Coating
Polarized Coating

The coating of polarized lenses allows them to block horizontal polarization to avoid glare, while allowing non-polarized light to pass through and be seen normally. Suitable for guaranteeing safe activities outdoors where glare is strong.

Mirrored Tint Coating
Mirrored Tint Coating

Mirror coating reflect glare well and prevent excess light from entering thus not affecting your vision, making them your first choice for driving and outdoor sports.

Lens Index

Lens Index

The higher your lens index value, the thinner your lenses will be under the same prescription and frame conditions. Relatively, lenses with a higher index are lighter than lenses with a lower index and will look better when mounted on eyeglass frames.

FAQ

Where to get prescription lenses put in frames?

Most local opticians can provide such a service. But we still recommend buying a new pair of glasses. The ABBE Glasses online site offers a multi-style one-stop shop for cheap glasses, and crucially, the prices may be half or less than offline stores.

Why do contact lenses require a prescription?

If you are wearing beauty contact lenses you generally do not need a prescription. However, more people wear contact lenses to correct their vision but do not want to wear frames, so a prescription is required.

How much do prescription lenses cost?

The price of prescription lenses depends on the strength of your prescription, the lens property features chosen, such as the refractive index of the lens, single vision or multifocal, etc.

How do I buy prescription glasses online?

Buying prescription glasses on ABBE Glasses is a very simple task. Browse our types of the frames, pick you like on the page, follow the steps to fill your prescription and choose the lens features you need. Contact us if you are stuck at a certain step.

What are the different types of prescription lenses?

There are several different types of prescription lenses in the mainstream today. Single Vision lenses can correct farsightedness or nearsightedness, while bifocal and progressive lenses can correct nearsightedness and farsightedness in different positions on the same lens. And what type of prescription lenses you need depends on the type of prescription you have.

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