The type of lens you will need will depend on your individual prescription. However, there are additional features you can add to your lenses to fit your lifestyle, job and visual needs.

Take a look at your options below.

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Single Vision lenses are comprised of one prescription for those who are either short or long sighted.

Varifocal lenses combine both distance and reading prescriptions. Also known as multifocals, they have multiple focus points to give you clear vision at various distances. This will allow you to switch between reading and other activities with ease.

Flexible readers work in a similar way to varifocals, allowing you to see clearly at intermediate distances without having to remove your reading glasses.

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Single Vision lenses are comprised of one prescription for those who are either short or long sighted.

Varifocal lenses combine both distance and reading prescriptions. Also known as multifocals, they have multiple focus points to give you clear vision at various distances. This will allow you to switch between reading and other activities with ease.

Flexible readers work in a similar way to varifocals, allowing you to see clearly at intermediate distances without having to remove your reading glasses.

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Transitions are photochromic lenses which darken when exposed to sunlight and return to clear when indoors. This ensures you have the best possible vision in all light conditions, so you don’t have to strain your eyes or switch to a pair of prescription sunglasses.

At Scrivens, we offer ‘Transitions Signature GEN 8’. This is the latest lens within the Transitions range, utilising breakthrough technology and offering the following benefits

✓ Fast activation and fade back of lens darkness
✓ Fully clear lenses when indoors
✓ Ultimate eye protection – block 100% of UVA and UVB rays

Transitions provide optimum vision, comfort and protection all day long and are available with single vision, varifocal and flexible reader lenses.

We also offer Transitions XTRActive, which is one of the best lens options for driving. To find out more about Transitions XTRActive, click here.

From £60 per pair

Worried about the cost of glasses?

Many customers are concerned that glasses are going to cost a lot of money, but here at Scrivens Opticians, we have a wide range of options to suit all budgets. Some customers may be eligible for free NHS glasses so make sure to check by using our NHS glasses guide.