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What Are Single Vision Lenses?

Single vision lenses are created to correct sight at one single vision distance only since a single prescription is covering the entire surface of the lens. Single vision glasses are usually prescribed for people who are either long-sighted or shortsighted, and who require glasses just for things like reading, driving, or working at a computer. However, if your prescription offers one corrective power to see close-up objects more clearly, and a second corrective power to assist you to see those further away, a single vision lens is not suitable for you. If you want to correct more than one vision impairment with one lens, you will need to choose bifocals or multifocal lenses, often known as progressives. Nevertheless, you can also choose to buy several pairs of glasses with standard single vision lenses, one for each distance. This will only mean that you need to change glasses to do different activities. Have a look at our cheap glasses selection where you can find affordable and durable frames for only €8.

 

Varifocals or Single Vision? 

Single vision lenses are the proper essentials of the eyewear world, and so are very adaptable. Single vision prescriptions can be placed in any lens material, with any lens coating, and can also fit into almost every model and style of frame. This means that you can choose the frame that you prefer without having to worry about your prescription. For single vision lenses, you only need to err on the side of caution with your frame choices when your prescription reaches a value of 5 and above. If your prescription gets to 8 or higher you will need a specific type of frame suitable for larger lenses. Another good question is how single vision lenses compare with bifocals and progressives. A single vision lens has only one prescription across the whole lens, whereas a bifocal will have two, and a progressive will have three. The advantage of bifocals and progressives is that you can see perfectly using one pair of eyewear only. Progressive and bifocal lenses are generally more expensive compared to single vision lenses. Nevertheless, a single vision standard lens will give you a wider range of options when it comes to choosing your frame. On our online store, you can find 24000 myopia glasses and astigmatism glasses from well-known eyewear designers like Tom Ford and Gucci as well as our budget collection. To help you pick the right frame we offer you the incredible opportunity to try your favourite modes using our amazing virtual try-on tool.

 

Single Vision Computer Glasses

Blue light blocking glasses are probably the most popular kind of single vision glasses. The intermediate lenses are appropriate because the prescription corrects vision for middle distances. Buying blue light glasses is the perfect choice for reducing the negative effects of Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). At SmartBuyGlasses we care about your eyes, which is why we offer you the largest selection of blue light filter glasses possible. Protecting you from blue light is our priority, but we want to do it in style. The SmartBuy Collection Leonida is one of the most popular single vision computer glasses on our website. Shop them now and be protected and stylish during your conference calls and Zoom meetings. In our online store, you will also find single vision blue light glasses from Gunnar as well as from Fila and many more eyewear designers.

 

Single Vision Reading Glasses 

Single vision reading glasses are the perfect solution for you if you have been experiencing blurry vision while you are reading a magazine or when you are using electronic devices. More and more people are experiencing difficulties reading small print text and eye strain after studying, which is why we offer our clients a wide range of reading glasses frames. Lorient C2 spectacles from the Arise Collective could be an affordable and stylish option for your new pair of single-vision reading glasses. We give you the opportunity to buy designer reading glasses from your favourite brands for less. GunnerIZIPIZI and Prada are just some of the many national and international brands that you can find on the SmartBuyGlasses website. Discover a huge range of colours and styles and choose from clear glasses, cat-eye frames, full-rim or rimless glasses for your new pair of eyewear.

 

Single Vision for Distance

It is very common to have single vision lenses to assist you to see things that are further than an arm's length away. This can therefore be useful for activities like driving, going to the movies or watching a football game. The difficulty is frequently spotted at a young age, usually around five or six. This is because it is the age most kids go to school and realize that they cannot read the board at the front of the classroom. At SmartBuyGlasses you can find a wide range of shapes, colours, and models for kids as well.  Discover the best child eyewear on the market and our best price guarantee on all the designers' glasses.

 

Optical Centre

If you want to know more about the benefits of wearing single vision glasses visit our optical centre page and find all you need to know about this topic. At SmartBuyGlasses we are providing our customers with well-researched, optician-approved advice about some of the hottest topics in eyewear and eyecare. On the website, you can discover articles about eye conditions, prescriptions and much more. On the optical centre page, you can also find the 'Ask the Optician' section. In this segment, you can see some of our previous customers' most burning questions and our expert's answers.