Taking Today’s Eyeglass Market by Storm

Hundreds of millions, equating to 64% of adults in the US, use prescription eyewear. With the average cost per eyeglass purchase reaching nearly $200, replacement lenses are continuing to rise to popularity. Replacement lenses are an option for many who seek better vision, helping to solve simple problems like scratches or breaks, and allowing for ultimate customization with ease for all glasses users.

Multifocal lenses are very versatile, classified as single vision, progressive lenses, and high-index lenses. When choosing these types of replacement lenses, one can take their pic of the several materials, lens coatings, and tints for added benefits. Lens coatings are often used to add scratch resistance and UV-protection capabilities to glasses lenses made of traditional materials like plastic, polycarbonate, and glass. Tinted lenses are also an option for users, as each color brings its own set of unique benefits for the wearer. For example, yellow lenses enhance contrast in low-light conditions, and brown lenses reduce eye-strain for those with near-sightedness in bright light. Sunglasses can also be fixed and updated with replacement lenses. Polarized lenses, transition lenses, and photochromic lenses can be added to any frames, and can be incorporated into a prescription if the user desires.
Finally, it takes as little as five days to receive glasses that have been refurbished with replacement lenses. WIth quick turnaround time, customization options, and affordable prices, the switch to replacement lenses is a smart idea for any glasses wearer.

The World of Replacement Lenses
Source: LensFactory