Your Kodak Lens options

Some of us need different strength lenses for distance and close up activities. One solution to this is to have a separate pair of spectacles for each e.g. one pair for reading, and one pair for watching TV or driving. With Bifocal lenses you only need one pair of glasses as they have two prescriptions within one lens, usually reading in the lower half and distance in the upper. This means that you only need one pair of glasses whether you are reading a newspaper or watching TV - or both!

Kodak Bifocal Lenses are available in a choice of materials from conventional through to 1.6 Thin & Lite plastic. These can be enhanced with many different options, from anti-reflection coatings to fast-reacting sun lenses. Whatever your lifestyle, we can make a lens for you.

Many Kodak Bifocal Lenses have the added advantage of having an aspheric design. In an aspheric design, the lenses have flatter curves. This means that they do not "bulge" out of the frame as much as regular lenses. The side profile of aspheric lenses is thinner, which greatly enhances the appearance of finished spectacles. They also give enhanced overall vision especially in higher prescriptions.

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Clear lenses

Standard (1.50 Index)
  • UVSun Polarised
  • Tints
  • Scratch resistant coating
  • CleAR anti-relfection coating
  • Clean'N'Clear anti-relfection coating

Much lighter and safer than traditional glass lenses, all Kodak Lenses are now produced from plastic materials and most come with a scratch resistant coating as standard.

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Thin & Lite (1.56, 1.6, 1.67, 1.74 Index)
  • Tints
  • Scratch resistant coating
  • CleAR anti-relfection coating
  • Clean'N'Clear anti-relfection coating

Modern chemistry has allowed us to develop new plastic materials and designs resulting in thinner and lighter lenses. Better looking and more comfortable to wear.

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Thin & Lite Polycarbonate (1.59 Index)
  • Scratch resistant coating
  • CleAR anti-relfection coating

Made from polycarbonate, these lenses are impact resistant and ten times stronger than standard plastic making them ideal for sports, children, safety glasses and rimless frames.

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Sun lenses

Sun Tints (1.50 Index)

A choice of five great colours and tinting depths means that you can have a different look for each mood. From deep sunglasses tints to lighter cosmetic tints, the colour can be the same depth all over the lens or can be graduated from dark at the top to clear at the bottom of the lens. Tints can be further enhanced with UV protection.

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UVSun Polarised (1.50 Index)
  • Scratch resistant coating
  • CleAR anti-relfection coating
  • Clean'N'Clear anti-relfection coating

Available in five fashionable colours these are the ultimate in sun protection. The polarised function virtually eliminates glare, making them perfect for water activities, driving or winter sports.

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Thin & Lite SunSensors™ (1.56 Index)
  • Scratch resistant coating
  • CleAR anti-relfection coating
  • Clean'N'Clear anti-relfection coating

A classic photochromic lens. When you are outside in the sun they are dark and they fade to clear when you return indoors. Available in a choice of grey or brown, and made of 1.56 Thin & Lite material so up to 30% thinner and 32% lighter than standard lenses, with RLX Plus®, the world’s most scratch resistant plastic lens surface included as standard.

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Where can I buy Kodak Single Vision Lenses?

Like all our technologically advanced lenses, Kodak Bifocal Lenses are available from the expert independent opticians at your local Kodak Lens Vision Centre, and from approved Kodak Lens stockists.

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Kodak Lenses for Kidz

Our special range of Kodak Lenses for Kidz spectacles includes many free of charge options, in frame sizes and styles to suit all ages.

Kodak Lenses for Kidz