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Reglaze Zeiss ClearView, SmartLife and PhotoFusion X lenses online. 

available Indices

This determines the 'lens thickness'

1.5

1.5 is the standard index plastic lens material used in all glasses when you don't choose to have your lenses made any thinner

1.53 Trivex

1.53 is an impact resistant plastic lens material and is an excellent option for rimless or sports eyewear. They are also an excellent every-day lens option.

1.6

1.6 is a high index lens. You might want to consider 1.6 if the sphere values on your prescription are higher than +/-2.50

1.67

1.67 is high index and often aspheric in design. Aspheric lenses are thinner and flatter. Consider these when your prescription powers reach +/-5.00 or if your frame is quite large

1.74

1.74 index is almost the thinnest plastic index lens on the market (there is 1.76 from Tokai). You usually only need to go to 1.74 if your prescription is above +/-8.00

Stock

Stock lenses are lenses which are pre-made with the sphere and cylinder powers already on the lens. The lens is then set at the required axis in the lab, and then it is cut to shape. They are always cheaper than a specially worked lens, but the quality is the same. The Clearview stock (FSV) single vision range are great value for a premium freefrom single vision lens, which comes complete with the Zeiss DuraVision Platinum UV coating. Zeiss ClearView lenses are also available with additional Zeiss BlueGuard treatment.

Specially worked

Specially worked lenses are exactly that. They are made as a one-off, and they are optimised for your frame shape and pupil distance measurement. For long-sighted wearers (plus power prescriptions), the lens can be optimised so that the thinnest point on the lens can be made to a knife edge. For short-sighted wearers (minus power prescriptions), you only need to have the lenses specially worked if a stock lens blank is not physically big enough to cut your lens shape from. The only way to make a minus power lens thinner is to choose a higher index.

The lenses

Know the difference between stock and specially worked lenses for your next pair of Zeiss single vision lenses.

Will my lenses cut out from a cheaper stock lens?

For long sighted wearers (plus power), the uncut lens diameter on a stock lens is 65mm. This means that if there is half of that diameter (32.5mm) or less, from your pupil to the furthest point on the edge of the frame lens shape, then you can have lenses cut from a cheaper stock blank.

For short sighted wearers (minus power), the uncut lens diameter on a stock lens is 70mm (sometimes even 75mm). This means that if there is half of that diameter (35mm) or less, from your pupil to the furthest point on the edge of the frame lens shape, then you can have lenses cut from a cheaper stock blank.

 

Photofusion

Faster than the previous Photofusion lenses and now complete with BlueGuard

Zeiss Photofusion X Grey with Blueguard

Grey

Zeiss Photofusion X Brown with Blueguard

Brown

Zeiss Photofusion X Pioneer with Blueguard

Pioneer

Zeiss Photofusion X Blue with Blueguard

Blue

Zeiss Photofusion X Extra Grey with Blueguard

Extra Grey

What we offer

Lenses

Both stock (ClearView FSV) and specially worked (ClearView & SmartLife) lenses are available.

Treatments

Coatings

All lenses come complete with DuraVision Platinum UV

For DriveSafe lenses, please see our dedicated Zeiss driving lens page

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