Lens Coatings

Lens coatings are essential for ensuring clear and optimal vision. From providing 100% UV protection, reducing glare from lights and electronic devices, to also increasing the life of your glasses by protecting them from daily wear and tear.

Our Standard Coatings

Our essential coatings are available free of charge and are applied to your lenses as standard*.

Ultraviolet (UV) Protective Coating

Being exposed to too much ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun is harmful not only to your skin, but also to your eyes. This is why adding UV-protective coating on your eyeglasses is a good decision. An invisible dye that’s engineered to block UV rays, keeping your eyes safe all the time.

Blue Rays Blocking Coating

Blue cut lenses by Eaglevisionx.com feature a special coating that reflects harmful blue light and restricts it from passing through the lenses of your eyeglasses. Blue light is emitted from computer and mobile screens and other digital devices, long term exposure to this type of light increases the chances of retinal damage. Hence, wearing eyeglasses having blue cut lenses while working on digital devices is a must as it may help in reducing the risk of developing eye related problems.

Anti-Fog Coating

How many times have you had to deal with eyeglasses fogging up when you’re coming in from the cold? It can be frustrating and, not to mention, dangerous. So to keep you out of harm’s way, you may want to consider upgrading your eyeglasses lenses with an anti-fogging treatment. It reduces condensation so your vision will remain clear even if you’re going inside a warm room or when you’re hot and perspiring.


Scratch-resistant coating

Glasses are always exposed to the elements which can result in general wear and tear to the frame and lenses. A scratched lens will often affect your vision leading to possible eye strain and discomfort. Fortunately,  Both the front and the back of your lenses will be treated so that even if you drop your eyeglasses a scratch resistant coating ensuring that your lenses remain free from light scratches caused by daily wear and tear.


Anti-reflective coating

Prescription lenses are highly polished to give a smooth finish but as a result this polished surface produces reflections when light hits the surface, this could be in the form of sunlight during the day, artificial lights at home or at work, from digital devices, or perhaps the head lamps of cars while driving at night, all of which can be troublesome to the wearer causing visual fatigue as well as being extremely irritating. To eliminate this problem, an anti-reflective coating can be applied to the lens surface to provide you with clear defined vision during the night or day.

For further protection from the sun's harmful UV rays, you may want to try TRANSITION or regular  TINTED LENSES.

Note: a lens with an anti-reflective coating applied will appear to have a very pale coloured tint (usually green, pink or blue) under some lighting conditions, this is perfectly normal and unnoticeable during normal day to day wear. 

Hydrophobic & EMR treatment

Anti-reflective coatings also include an additional hydrophobic and oleophobic layer (EMR) that repels water and grease, making them easier to keep clean. Hydrophobic technology allows water to run off your lenses (aka beading) without any unwanted water marks.

*All lenses have 100% UV protection* as standard


  • Haroon k

    Extremely good knowledge

  • Nadeem Khan

    wonderful Knowledge about lenses…quite helpful.

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