Style & performance
Unless you’re an optician, doctor or trained medical professional, when you get new glasses, you’re thinking at a high level: can I see well? are these comfortable? But influencing the answer to each of those questions are a million tiny details and decades of technological advances.
We believe “seeing well” and a comfortable fit come from the marriage of the right lenses with the right frame. Your eye doctor will write a prescription for the best possible vision correction and an optician will help translate that prescription into the medical device you’ll wear on your face.
Getting to know you is not just a marketing ploy – we truly need to understand how you live to fit you with the best glasses. Our recommendations will change based on if you spend most of your time outside or in front of a screen.
At the end of the day – we want your Twenty200 Eyewear purchase to be exactly right for how you live.
Helping you look your best
The right frames for you
There are several factors to think through in selecting the best frames, the most important being what do you like? Our opticians will start with your personal style, whether it’s committed to classic shapes and materials or pushing more into the unusual and unique.
The materials and construction matter. If you’re active and sweat a lot, we may recommend a rubberized frame material or specific nose bridge type to ensure your glasses stay in place. For kids, durability is key and Twenty200 Eyewear has a range of highly flexible and sturdy frames.
Brands for a range of style
The shape of a frame accentuates different features on various face types, be it round, oval, triangular or square.
Helping you see your best
Common lens types, materials and treatments
Lenses may be single-vision, lined bifocals or progressives and can be made from a wide range of materials including plastics, polycarbonate and trivex. If that seems like it creates a near endless array of options – it does! That’s why having a patient, knowledgeable optician guiding the selection is critical. Our opticians will help you understand what’s best for you at a range of price points.
For folks whose vision needs correction at one distance, for example correcting farsightedness or nearsightedness.
For folks who need vision correction at multiple distances; offers a smooth transition between focal lengths.
Recommended for folks who have a stronger prescription; these lenses are typically thinner and lighter than traditional.
These lenses darken (activate) with exposure to UV light. When the UV light is removed, they return to their clear state.
This lens treatment reduces or eliminates glare by allowing more light to pass through the and enter your eye.
This lens treatment helps reduce the amount of blue light that reaches your eye from digital screens and devices.
Different lenses for different lifestyles
If you spend significant time outdoors, a photochromic lens from Transitions® helps protect against the UV rays with its quick darkening properties with exposure to sunlight. If you spend the majority of your waking hours going between your phone to your computer screen to you tablet, a blue light-blocking lens like Kodak® Total Blue can help reduce glare and reduce eye strain.