How to Choose the Right Lens Type from Sprzelook

When getting prescription eyeglasses, selecting the proper lens type is crucial for optimal vision and comfort. sprzelook offers a range of lens options to meet different vision needs. Here is a guide to choosing the ideal lens type for you from Single Vision, Progressive, Bifocal, and Reading lenses.

Single Vision Lenses

These lenses have a single prescription, correcting for nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism. Single vision works well if you only need correction at specific distances, like driving. The unchanged optics avoid distortion when gazing straight-on.

Progressive Lenses

Progressive or no-line lenses provide sharp vision at all distances. The gradient design transitions smoothly from distance to reading zones. Progressives are ideal if you require correction for both far and near. They eliminate switching between separate glasses.

Bifocal Lenses

Bifocal lenses have two distinct sections - typically distance up top and reading below. These allow you to alternate between gazes without swapping glasses. Bifocals are a budget-friendly option, though some experience a visible line between zones.

Reading Lenses

Reading lenses are specially designed for close-range tasks like reading books, screens or small objects. They sharpen vision from around 18 inches to 3 feet. If you only need help seeing nearby, reading glasses can suffice without full prescriptions.


Sprzelook also offers non-prescription or plano lenses if you have 20/20 vision but desire sunglasses or computer glasses. These provide eye protection and specialty coatings without any vision correction.

Discuss your needs with our opticians to decide the best lens type. Sprzelook crafts lenses optimized for how you use your eyes. Contact us to get started designing custom eyewear today!

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