At Emad optics we believe vision care is far more than a pair of glasses or a prescription. Eyes are windows to the world, capturing memories and immersing us in moments. Vision is a precious gift that we are passionate about improving it in every way.
Emad Optics collections are offering you an infinite number of shades and style varieties .if you are looking for unique Shape, color, weight and overall styles this is the right place for your guaranteed satisfaction.
Our reverence for eyes drives us to provide the highest quality vision care in our store. We feature a selection of frames from brands around the world and craft each pair of lenses in our lab.
We use the accurate prescription from your eye exam, the information gathered by your associate during your store visit as well as the type of lens you need. By the time your glasses order goes to our on-site eyewear lab, we have a personalized set of instructions on how they should be made.
In many cases, your custom glasses can be made in the on-site lab at your local Lens Crafters. The technology in our labs is the same state of the art equipment found in large-scale production facilities; in some cases, it’s even more advanced. We provide our customers with high quality lenses that are ready for pick-up in about 24 hours.
If they can’t be ready in about 24 hours, they will always be ready for your pick-up on the date we provide.
EMAD OPTICS provides free ultrasonic cleaning and adjustment for any frames purchased. Items like screws, nose pads or ear pads are done for free if they need replacement. "Exacts replicas cannot be guaranteed" .
Why choosing the Right eyeglass lenses are so important?
When buying eyeglasses, the frame you choose is important to both your appearance and your comfort when wearing glasses. But the eyeglass lenses you choose influence four factors: appearance, comfort, vision and safety.
A common mistake people often make when buying eyeglasses is not spending enough time considering their choices of eyeglass lens materials, designs and coatings.
To get the best value, it's essential to understand the features and benefits of the products you are considering and to choose wisely with the help of a reputable eye care provider and/or eyewear retailer.
A lens is trans-missive optical device that focuses or disperses a light beam by means of refraction. A simple lens consists of a single piece of transparent material, while a compound lens consist of several simple lenses (elements), usually arranged along a common axis. Lenses are made from materials such as glass or plastic, and are polished or molded to a desired shape.
Photochromic lenses are optical lenses that darken on exposure to specific types of light of sufficient intensity, most commonly ultraviolet (UV) radiation. In the absence of activating light, the lenses return to their clear state.
Photochromic lenses may be made of glass, polycarbonate, or another plastic. They are principally used in eyeglasses that are dark in bright sunlight, but clear in low ambient light conditions. They darken significantly within about a minute of exposure to bright light, and take somewhat longer to clear. A range of clear and dark transmittances are available.
These processes are reversible; once the lens is removed from strong sources of UV rays, the photochromic compounds return to their transparent state.
Anti-reflective coating (also called "AR coating" or "anti-glare coating") improves vision, reduces eye strain and makes your eyeglasses look more attractive.
These benefits are due to the ability of AR coating to virtually eliminate reflections from the front and back surfaces of your eyeglass lenses. With reflections gone, more light passes through your lenses to optimize visual acuity with fewer distractions (especially at night), and the lenses look nearly invisible — which enhances your appearance by drawing more attention to your eyes and helping you make better "eye contact" with others.
Today's modern anti-reflective coatings can virtually eliminate the reflection of light from eyeglass lenses, allowing 99.5 percent of available light to pass through the lenses and enter the eye for good vision.
Anti-reflective coating also is a good idea for sunglasses, because it eliminates glare from sunlight reflecting into your eyes from the back surface of tinted lenses when the sun is behind you. (Generally, AR coating is applied only to the back surface of sunglass lenses because there are no cosmetic or visual benefits to eliminating reflections from the front surface of dark-tinted lenses.
Our eyes see things in different ranges of vision — from distance to arm’s length to near. As we age, it becomes more difficult to adjust focus from one range of vision to another. Progressive lenses allow you to see all ranges of vision clearly, progressive lenses reveal a better range of vision.
Progressive lenses are perfect for seeing clearly across all distances. There is a seamless transition between distances and there is no more “jumping” of images when going between the top and bottom half of the lens. Plus, progressive lenses appear clear throughout, unlike the distracting lines of a bifocal lens.
Bifocal lenses only allow you to clearly see far away and up close. Objects at arm’s length will still appear blurry. Additionally, there is an abrupt change between the near and far viewing areas. Not only does this make transitioning between ranges difficult, it gives the lenses unattractive lines in a half-moon shape.
Can be customized with any other lenses categories as anti-reflection, trivex …etc
Trivex lenses are the safest lenses on the market; they are made of an exceptionally clear, lightweight lens material, so you can experience superior eye protection, sharp vision and lightweight comfort, all in the same lenses. Trivex lenses, are available in a wide variety of lens designs.
It’s always smart to choose a lens based on its strength and safety profile — particularly for protective eyewear for kids, sports eyeglasses and sunglasses. Trivex lenses excel in this regard.
Trivex lens material was originally developed for use by the military in helicopter windshields and fighter jet canopies. Then, in 2002, PPG Industries tailored the chemistry of the material specifically for use in optical lenses, making Trivex one of the most lightweight, impact-resistant eyeglass lens materials available.
Trivex lenses tend to cost more than polycarbonate or standard plastic lenses. But if you want what many eye care professionals consider to be the best combination of safety, comfort, appearance and optical performance for most eyeglass prescriptions, the Trivex price tag may be an investment worth making.