Hoya lenses may not be a household name yet, but if you’re considering the brand’s lenses you’re in good hands. The company’s lenses have been used on space shuttles, medical imaging devices, and even inside LCD TV panels. Hoya combines over 50 years of optical engineering experience with advanced materials, and high-tech knowledge. Hoya’s lenses are designed specifically for your eyes. Whether you need single vision, progressives, specialty lenses, or a glare-busting coating, you’ll be impressed with their optical performance. Our achievements in lens technology guarantee the unsurpassed binocular performance of each lens design. We strive to help the large group of spectacle wearers who suffer from asthenopic complaints caused by visual imbalance. In addition, our lens technology provides effortless focusing and relaxed, stable vision in today’s dynamic, digital world.

Since eye-glasses were invented lens designs have been a little like a “one-size-fits all”. HOYA was one of the first to revolutionise lenses through their innovative design and ongoing research and development. HOYA supplies premium quality lenses to suit everyone’s individual needs and lifestyles.

Hoya Vision Superior Scratch Resistance is proven to be the most durable anti-reflective coating available. It guarantees exceptionally clear, relaxed vision while prolonging the life and look of the lenses.

The condition and performance of your lenses depend heavily on the quality of the coating. This is the hardest, most durable anti-reflective coating available today. Its scratch-resistant, water, dirt and dust-repellent properties remain almost intact, even after intensive cleaning.

Nova manufactures Free-Form lenses in both single vision and progressive since these lenses are engineered to account for the minutest variation in prescriptions. Free-Form lenses provide increased clarity and superior cosmetics.

Specifically, Free-Form surfaced backside progressive lenses have a 30%+ wider visual field, maximizing distance, intermediate and near vision zones. This virtually eliminates swim and instability along with all of the distortion inherent in conventional progressive lenses, ensuring the highest level of visual satisfaction.

Free-Form surfaced single vision lenses are also superior to conventional single vision lenses in every way. Increased visual clarity plus cosmetic differences are especially noticeable in higher prescriptions.

Designing lenses that take into account how both eyes work together is not an easy task. The math is complex in a purely theoretically environment but when you factor in other variables like frame dimensions, the position of the glasses on an individual patient’s face and the limits that lens manufacturing and optics place, it’s no wonder why no one has done this before. That’s what makes the SHAW lens unique. The SHAW lens process uses a patent-pending method to accurately model eye rotation in order to predict distortions caused by eye glasses. We then use that information to design a lens that reduces or eliminates the distortion other lenses can cause. The key to making a SHAW lens is the measurement of Motor fusion (vergence) limits by the optometrist using Risley prisms on the phoroptor. It’s these tolerances that make all the difference.

Did you know that the human brain collects 90 percent of its information with the eyes? Since your understanding of the world depends on how you see things, perfect vision is critical. And that’s just what you’ll have with premium eyeglass lenses by Carl Zeiss.

Whether you need glasses for reading, driving, working or playing, Carl Zeiss makes a range of exceptional products that will help you see better – and help others see you better. From the best in semi-finished lenses to the most advanced applications of free-form technology, Carl Zeiss Vision has the progressive lenses that meet your exacting standards.

When it comes to the best camera lenses, everyone knows the Nikon name. The same technology, highest-quality materials and years of proven optical design experience have also produced Nikon’s premium, high-performance eyeglass lenses. Nikon, whose name is synonymous with “the world’s finest lenses”, has been providing millions of people with a sharper point of view through the most trusted and sought-after optical products since 1917.

While most people identify Nikon with superior camera lenses, many do not know that we began manufacturing quality eyeglass lenses in 1946, years before producing the first mass-market Nikon camera!

From single vision to progressive lenses, we assure all wearers superior visual performance through proven optical design expertise and the finest materials and coatings in the world today.Nikon has applied its legendary expertise to eyeglass lenses. By literally mimicking the workings of the human eye, Nikon affords the wearer the unparalleled comfort and pleasure of lenses that are the closest thing to natural vision.

Hoya lenses may not be a household name yet, but if you’re considering the brand’s lenses you’re in good hands. The company’s lenses have been used on space shuttles, medical imaging devices, and even inside LCD TV panels. Hoya combines over 50 years of optical engineering experience with advanced materials, and high-tech knowledge. Hoya’s lenses are designed specifically for your eyes. Whether you need single vision, progressives, specialty lenses, or a glare-busting coating, you’ll be impressed with their optical performance. Our achievements in lens technology guarantee the unsurpassed binocular performance of each lens design. We strive to help the large group of spectacle wearers who suffer from asthenopic complaints caused by visual imbalance. In addition, our lens technology provides effortless focusing and relaxed, stable vision in today’s dynamic, digital world.
Since eye-glasses were invented lens designs have been a little like a “one-size-fits all”. HOYA was one of the first to revolutionise lenses through their innovative design and ongoing research and development. HOYA supplies premium quality lenses to suit everyone’s individual needs and lifestyles.
Hoya Vision Superior Scratch Resistance is proven to be the most durable anti-reflective coating available. It guarantees exceptionally clear, relaxed vision while prolonging the life and look of the lenses.
The condition and performance of your lenses depend heavily on the quality of the coating. This is the hardest, most durable anti-reflective coating available today. Its scratch-resistant, water, dirt and dust-repellent properties remain almost intact, even after intensive cleaning.

Nova manufactures Free-Form lenses in both single vision and progressive since these lenses are engineered to account for the minutest variation in prescriptions. Free-Form lenses provide increased clarity and superior cosmetics.

Specifically, Free-Form surfaced backside progressive lenses have a 30%+ wider visual field, maximizing distance, intermediate and near vision zones. This virtually eliminates swim and instability along with all of the distortion inherent in conventional progressive lenses, ensuring the highest level of visual satisfaction.

Free-Form surfaced single vision lenses are also superior to conventional single vision lenses in every way. Increased visual clarity plus cosmetic differences are especially noticeable in higher prescriptions.

Designing lenses that take into account how both eyes work together is not an easy task. The math is complex in a purely theoretically environment but when you factor in other variables like frame dimensions, the position of the glasses on an individual patient’s face and the limits that lens manufacturing and optics place, it’s no wonder why no one has done this before. That’s what makes the SHAW lens unique. The SHAW lens process uses a patent-pending method to accurately model eye rotation in order to predict distortions caused by eye glasses. We then use that information to design a lens that reduces or eliminates the distortion other lenses can cause. The key to making a SHAW lens is the measurement of Motor fusion (vergence) limits by the optometrist using Risley prisms on the phoroptor. It’s these tolerances that make all the difference.

Did you know that the human brain collects 90 percent of its information with the eyes? Since your understanding of the world depends on how you see things, perfect vision is critical. And that’s just what you’ll have with premium eyeglass lenses by Carl Zeiss.

Whether you need glasses for reading, driving, working or playing, Carl Zeiss makes a range of exceptional products that will help you see better – and help others see you better. From the best in semi-finished lenses to the most advanced applications of free-form technology, Carl Zeiss Vision has the progressive lenses that meet your exacting standards.

When it comes to the best camera lenses, everyone knows the Nikon name. The same technology, highest-quality materials and years of proven optical design experience have also produced Nikon’s premium, high-performance eyeglass lenses. Nikon, whose name is synonymous with “the world’s finest lenses”, has been providing millions of people with a sharper point of view through the most trusted and sought-after optical products since 1917.

While most people identify Nikon with superior camera lenses, many do not know that we began manufacturing quality eyeglass lenses in 1946, years before producing the first mass-market Nikon camera!

From single vision to progressive lenses, we assure all wearers superior visual performance through proven optical design expertise and the finest materials and coatings in the world today. Nikon has applied its legendary expertise to eyeglass lenses. By literally mimicking the workings of the human eye, Nikon affords the wearer the unparalleled comfort and pleasure of lenses that are the closest thing to natural vision.

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7920 Hurontario Street, Unit 42 Brampton, ON L6Y 0P7