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Anti-reflective Coating

Anti-reflective Coating - OPTICAL 5

Anti-Reflective Coating for Anti Glare Glasses

An anti-reflective (also known as anti-glare) coating prevents reflections from appearing on both the inside and outside of your eyeglass or sunglass lenses. No reflections on your lenses means more light is reaching your eyes, which inevitably improves your vision.Anti-reflective coating glasses lenses are practically invisible, so your eyes will look better.

What is an anti-reflective coating?

All single vision Optical5 lenses come standard with an anti-reflective coating. High-index lenses naturally reflect more light, so this is an important addition if you’re interested in thinner lenses.

Anti-Reflective Coating Glasses Benefits:

1.Allows more light to reach your eyes, improving visual acuity.

2.Reduces vision-obstructing glare — extra important for driving.

3.Makes your eyes more visible behind your lenses, so your facial expressions are easier to see.

4.On sunglasses, it prevents sunlight from reflecting into your eyes when the sun is behind you.

Lenses featuring an anti-reflective coating

Standard single vision lenses

Glasses with single vision correction lenses. They help with seeing either at a distance or near, depending on the wearer’s needs.

Progressive / Premium Progressive

Progressive lenses are a type of bifocal lens that features a gradual change between near and distance vision correction. The premium version offers a wider field of vision.

Blue Light Filtering

Blue light filtering lenses filter out blue light emitted by digital screens. This color of light can cause eye strain and potentially result in permanent damage to your vision.

All Reading

Glasses with lenses that help the wearer see things up close. Many people need reading lenses as they get older due to a common condition called presbyopia.


Glasses with Transitions lenses automatically darken in sunny conditions and become clear when it’s darker. This allows them to work as both eyeglasses and sunglasses.

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