Visual Precision

Clear vision at your  required distance.


Wide View

Sharp vision across the entire viewing area of lens.


Extreme Comfort

Reduce distortion from peripheral aberrations.



Prevents and reduces visual fatigue symtoms

Why Choose Single Vision?

Single vision lenses are prescribed for one specific type of vision issue like short-sightedness, long-sightedness or astigmatism.

Single vision lenses have the same focal power throughout the entire lens and provide a wide field of view. 


Single Vision Explained

Myopia, or short-sightedness is characterised by the difficulty of clearly seeing an object in the far distance. You may have difficulty reading road signs, watching TV or seeing things from a far.

Hyperopia, or long-sightedness is characterised by the difficulty of clearly seeing an object that is close up. You may have headaches, eye strain and may squint or feel fatigued when performing work at near vision.

Astigmatism means that the eye is shaped more like a rugby ball, rather than a football. This causes distorted vision as light focus on the eye in more than one place. You may experience dizziness, eyestrain, headaches & squinting.

Intermediate vision is the area between your near and distance vision. This is your part of vision that is required for tasks such as using computers, looking at a car’s dashboard, playing golf and tennis.

Presbyopia is the inability to focus on things that are at normal reading distance, such as text on your mobile phone and print on packaging. It is a natural part of ageing and happens as the lens in the eye loses elasticity

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