High Index Lenses

The Difference Between 1.67 and 1.74 High Index Lenses….And Whether It’s Worth It

When you’re choosing the perfect pair of prescription lenses, there are plenty of things to take into account, but one of the major things you’ll want to think about is the types of lenses that will best work for your eyes. That is, of course, the main point in choosing prescription lenses- making sure that […]

Do I Need Anti-Reflective Coating on High Index Lenses?

When shopping for your next great pair of glasses, you often have the opportunity to take advantage of a long list of features and attributes. At Rx-Safety, for instance, you can find eyewear based on frame color, frame style, size, and frame materials. There are countless numbers of glasses available today, so we are confident that […]

Do I Need High Index Lenses for Sunglasses?

Searching for new sunglasses can be overwhelming. There are a variety of designs and features you can select. In fact, the more that you look and analyze your options, the more difficult the decision can be. But having said that, you may be curious about one particular feature—particularly if you have sensitive eyes. You may […]

Eyeglasses Tech: Are High-Index Lenses Right for You?

If you have a very strong eyeglass prescription, chances are you have fairly thick lenses. Corrective lenses that are thin in the center but thicker at the edge of the lens are common for those who are nearsighted. The stronger the prescription, the thicker the edges tend to be, which can create a number of […]

Best Frames for High Index Lenses

With high index glass or plastic, it takes less physical material to cut a prescription than it would with standard glass or plastic. What Are the Best Frames for High Index Lenses? This is particularly noticeable – and beneficial – if your prescription is a strong one. Create a strong prescription in standard material and […]

Polarized High Index Lenses for Sunglasses

Polarized high index lenses for sunglasses can be pretty tough to find. High index lenses do not come in as many colors or types as some other types of lenses, such as polycarbonate or standard plastic. Sunglasses with Polarized High Index Lenses The reason for this is that the material either will not work with the […]

Thindex 1.70 High Index Lenses

Rx-Safety offers several different lens materials for prescription glasses. If you are interested in high index plastic, the material that we recommend most is Thindex 1.70 due to its optical clarity, light weight, and thinness. High Index Lenses: Thindex 1.70 Thindex 1.70 is a Vision Ease brand lens and can be purchased in clear or with […]

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