Our enhanced range of progressive lenses give a clear, lifestyle-focused solution to all progressive wearers.
Progressive lenses allow you to see at any distance, because they have different sections for viewing close up, far away and everything in between. But which progressives are right for you? At Specsavers we have progressives to suit your lifestyle.
progressives designed for digital devices
SuperDigital is our most advanced all-day progressive lens. A truly revolutionary new lens, designed with today’s visual multitasking demands in mind, suited to those with a digital lifestyle who spend a lot of time using digital devices.
SuperDigital’s near vision zone is designed to cater for the closer, higher position we hold our phones. SuperDigital includes our UltraClear SuperClean treatment to help reduce screen reflections.
progressives designed for driving
Our new SuperDrive progressive lens is specially adapted for driving. It has a super wide distance and middle-distance zone, designed to give you a wide view of what’s ahead of you, as well as your dashboard and rear vision mirrors. SuperDrive lenses include a unique night vision zone which will help ensure your vision is as clear and comfortable when driving at night, as it is during the day.
The lens also comes with our UltraClear SuperClean Smart treatment as standard, helping to reduce reflections and dazzle caused by headlights and street lighting.
progressive satisfaction guarantee
Progressive glasses give you clear vision at all distances, with no tell-tale lines, but because we understand that some people take a bit of time to get used to them, we’re giving you an additional guarantee.
If you can’t get on with them, bring them back within three months of the date of collecting your glasses, and you can exchange them for either a pair of bifocals or two pairs of single vision glasses (one for reading and one for distance). We’ll refund any price difference.
This type of lens has just one prescription that covers the entire lens. Typically for people with short or long sight, who just need glasses for driving, reading or working at a computer.
If you need separate glasses for distance vision and reading, then bifocal lenses might be an option for you as they’re designed to accommodate two different prescriptions – usually distance and up-close vision.