We know that when you’re looking for a new pair of glasses, you’re looking for sharp vision across all viewing distances. KODAK Unique HD Lens is our premium varifocal, benefitting from some of the most advanced lens technologies to give you a new level of customisation for the best possible vision correction. As such, we always get the best varifocal lenses reviews. As varifocals, also known as progressive lenses, KODAK Unique HD Lenses provide clear vision at any distance, so they’re perfect for viewing everything. From movie screens to menus and everything in between, these lenses have got you covered.
Using some of the best lens design technology, we match your frame choice and your face shape with your prescription, to give you unrivalled precision.
The lenses are thinner and lighter for improved visual appearance, and they fit a huge variety of frame styles to help you create your perfect look!
We’ve designed KODAK Unique HD Lens specifically to feature a sharper transition between distance, intermediate and near vision. It offers improved image stability, which provides sharper horizontal vision when moving your head side to side. As they are produced digitally, the lenses allow a wider viewing area with an excellent field of vision right to the very edge of the lens.
If you want to combine visual needs in one pair of glasses, KODAK Unique HD Lens is the perfect solution for seeing life in high definition.
Find out more about how KODAK progressive lenses at your next eye test and then leave your varifocal lenses review to recommend them to others!
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