No two eyes are the same, anywhere in the world.
With personalisation, each lens is tailor-made to give you the best possible vision and comfort.

Personalised to your eyes

Our Eyecode measurement system tailors your lenses perfectly to you and your eyes, giving you flawless clarity.

Lenses designed using Eyecode are up to five times more precise than standard versions, resulting in considerably more accurate vision.

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Tailored to your eyes and your lifestyle

Personalised lenses are tailored to the anatomy of your eyes and your lifestyle. With advanced measuring equipment, an Opticare Optometrist will look at your:

  • Precise eye measurements – for example, the location of and space between the pupils
  • Head shape and size
  • Dominant eye
  • Head and eye movements
  • They will also take into account your lifestyle and visual habits
  • Frame measurements

Aesthetically better looking

Progressive lenses are often preferred aesthetically as they don’t have the visible line that marks the two different zones of a bifocal lens.

Instead, progressive lenses provide a seamless graduation of lens strength. This avoids the jump in vision a wearer gets with bifocals and trifocals and actually trains the eye to improve vision.

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Try before you buy

Still unsure? Then try our 45 day guarantee. We’ll take your measurements and produce your new glasses with eye code lenses for you to try free, for 45 days. If you’re not happy at the end, we will exchange them for single vision lenses, free of charge.

Testimonials

“This latest creation of X-Series is so astonishing, I am really lost for words ! The minute I put them on, everything was crystal clear and definitely no “swim effect” as I move my head up and down. It’s a revelation to be able to see distance, mid and reading without any feeling of being unstable. It’s quite amazing that Varilux have managed to create a lens that feels like a single vision but is a five star varifocal. Congratulations Essilor for this fantastic achievement, and I doubt you will need to make any further improvement, since I cannot see (excuse the pun) how you could make the lens any better.”

Oliver
As an engineer, working in both office and on-site, I require a lens which will provide me with optimum vision and focus at all times. I adapted to the Ormix varifocals very quickly; there is no distortion of vision and I’m able to focus on both near and distant objects with sharp clarity.  In particular, I’ve found that close-up engineering tasks are now much easier than when I used to wear mono-vision contact lenses. (I would previously take a snap on my phone and then zoom in until I could read the data!)
 
The Transition lenses adapt and darken extremely quickly in bright sunlight and I don’t knowingly notice the change. I enjoy the fact that I have just one pair of glasses for all situations”
Ian Montgomery

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are progressive lenses?

Multifocal lenses help people see clearly across all distances, without the need to switch glasses. An alternative to bifocals or trifocals, they correct refractive errors like presbyopia (age-related far-sightedness, common in people over the age of 40).

How do they work?

A channel (or corridor) of different lens powers runs down the front of a progressive lens. This seamless channel allows the wearer to look up to see objects at a distance, look straight ahead to see objects at middle distance, and down to read or do other close-up activities without changing glasses.

What are the benefits?

Progressive lenses are often preferred aesthetically as they don’t have the visible line that marks the two different zones of a bifocal lens (or lines, in the case of a trifocal lens). Instead, progressive lenses provide a seamless graduation of lens strength. This avoids the jump in vision a wearer gets with bifocals and trifocals, and actually trains the eye to improve vision.