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Photochromic lenses - Perfect eye protection in different lighting conditions

Photochromic lenses represent a revolutionary solution for those who wear glasses, providing exceptional protection and comfort outdoors in different lighting conditions. These technologically advanced lenses automatically react to changes in lighting, becoming darker in bright sunlight and returning to a clear state indoors or in low light conditions. This innovation is designed to protect the eyes from harmful UV radiation and strain, ensuring better vision and comfort throughout the day.

One of the key advantages of photochromic lenses is their adaptability. These glasses track outdoor lighting conditions in real-time, providing instant darkening when exposed to strong sunlight and allowing a clear state indoors. This automatic process enables users to forget about the need to wear two different types of glasses (sunglasses and prescription glasses), as photochromic lenses combine these functions into one product.

Considering the wide range of outdoor lighting conditions that people encounter daily, photochromic lenses become an essential addition for outdoor activities, driving, vacations, or simply strolling around the city. With these lenses, users do not have to worry about changing glasses or wearing sunglasses over their prescription glasses when they step into the sun. This makes life easier and offers convenience without sacrificing style and aesthetics.

Transitions lenses

Of course, when talking about photochromic lenses, Transitions lenses are one of the most well-known and popular brands. These lenses are specially designed to quickly adapt to changes in outdoor lighting conditions, providing exceptional clarity and protection from the sun's rays. Transitions lenses are available in various colors, including gray, brown, and green shades, allowing users to choose the one that best suits their preferences.

Advantages of Transitions lenses:

  1. Fast adaptability: Transitions lenses react to changes in light very quickly, providing users with instant protection from sunlight.

  2. Aesthetics: Various colors allow users to customize their look and style, contributing to the overall experience of wearing glasses.

  3. UV protection: Transitions lenses provide effective protection from harmful UV rays, helping to preserve eye health.

However, for people who spend a lot of time driving or in situations with partial exposure to the sun outdoors, Transitions Xtractive lenses may be a better choice. This advanced version of standard Transitions lenses offers all the advantages of classic Transitions lenses, but also has some additional features that make them particularly suitable for those situations.

Advantages of Transitions Xtractive lenses:

  1. Darkening while driving: Transitions Xtractive lenses have the ability to darken even behind the car's rear window, providing better eye protection while driving in bright sunlight.

  2. Darkening in partially enclosed spaces: These lenses can remain slightly tinted even in partially enclosed spaces, which is useful in situations where there is not complete exposure to sunlight.

  3. Enhanced glare protection: Transitions Xtractive lenses reduce glare and reflection from flat surfaces, providing better visibility and comfort.

Although Transitions Xtractive lenses offer some additional features compared to standard Transitions lenses, it is important to note that they may be slightly more expensive. However, for those who want maximum comfort and eye protection outdoors, these lenses can be a worthwhile investment.

In conclusion, photochromic lenses, including Transitions and Transitions Xtractive lenses, represent a high-quality solution for preserving eye health and providing exceptional protection and comfort during everyday outdoor and indoor activities. With their rapid adaptability to outdoor lighting conditions and additional UV protection, these lenses allow users to enjoy the sun without worrying about their eyes. Regardless of the choice, both types of photochromic lenses are an excellent addition for those who wear glasses.

Polarized and Standard Tinted Lenses: Differences and Advantages

Polarized and standard tinted lenses are two different types of lenses that offer various characteristics and advantages to users in different situations. Here is a detailed explanation of the differences and advantages of each type of lens:

Polarized Lenses

Polarized lenses are specially designed to reduce reflection and glare from horizontal surfaces such as water, snow, glass, or asphalt. These lenses utilize light polarization technology to selectively block horizontal components of light waves while allowing vertical ones to pass through. This prevents unwanted glare and enhances clarity of vision.

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Advantages of Polarized Lenses:

  1. Reduce glare: Polarized lenses significantly reduce glare from water, snow, and other reflective surfaces, making it easier to see in such conditions.

  2. Improve contrast and clarity: By blocking harmful horizontal light waves, polarized lenses enhance contrast and image clarity.

  3. Better for driving: Drivers often use polarized lenses as they help reduce glare from wet roads and chaotic driving conditions.

  4. Protection from harmful UV rays: Polarized lenses also provide a high level of protection from harmful UV rays of the sun.

Standard Tinted Lenses

Standard tinted lenses come in a simple color, often in different shades, but do not have polarization technology.

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Advantages of Standard Tinted Lenses:

  1. Wide range of colors: Standard tinted lenses come in various colors and shades, allowing users to choose a style that suits their taste and fashion preferences.

  2. Lower cost: This type of lenses is usually more affordable compared to polarized lenses, making them more accessible to those not seeking specific functionalities.

  3. Enhanced visual comfort: Standard tinted lenses can help reduce light intensity and prevent eye strain during sunny days.

Although polarized and standard tinted lenses have their advantages, they also have certain drawbacks. Here is an overview of the disadvantages for each type of lens:

Disadvantages of Polarized Lenses:

  1. Higher cost: Polarized glasses are often more expensive compared to standard tinted glasses, which may be a barrier for budget-conscious individuals.

  2. Reduced visibility on certain devices: Polarized glasses can diminish visibility on some LCD screens, such as those on smartphones, GPS devices, and tablets. This occurs due to the way polarized glasses filter light, which can cause image distortion.

  3. Issues with visibility at certain angles: When the user tilts their head or changes their gaze at a certain angle, they may notice changes in light intensity on the lenses, affecting visibility.

Disadvantages of Standard Tinted Lenses:

  1. Limited glare protection: Standard tinted lenses lack polarization technology, thus not providing the same level of glare protection as polarized lenses. This can be problematic in situations with strong glare, such as driving on wet roads or being in snowy conditions.

  2. Weaker UV protection: Standard tinted lenses offer basic UV protection, but in some cases, it may not be sufficient to fully shield from harmful sun rays. Users are advised to check if the glasses have an additional UV protection layer to ensure adequate protection during prolonged sun exposure.

  3. Diminished image clarity: In comparison to polarized lenses, standard tinted lenses may have lower clarity and contrast, especially in conditions with strong glare or reflections.

When to use Polarized and when to use Standard Tinted Lenses:

  • Polarized lenses are an excellent choice for outdoor activities such as driving, fishing, skiing, or hiking, where intense glare is often present.

  • Standard tinted lenses can be suitable when a simple aesthetic look is desired or when the sunglasses are used purely as a fashion accessory.

In conclusion, the choice between polarized and standard tinted lenses depends on individual priorities and the type of activities in which the sunglasses will be used. It is essential to consider both the advantages and disadvantages of both types of lenses to make an informed decision.

How to choose a frame acording to the shape of your face?

Determine the shape of your face and choose a pair of glasses accordingly! Observe yourself in the mirror, or on a photograph, and compare against the pictures below. In general, there are 5 basic face shapes:


okruglo lice

DESCRIPTION: The shape of your face is without sharp edges, with a tendency to have wider cheeks and a rounded line along the jaw line and forehead. The length of the face is equal to or almost equal to its width.

BEST FRAME TO CHOOSE: Squared, with highlighted edges, for example: "wayfarer" or "nerdy" frames.

TO NOTE: Do not choose a rounded frame.



ovalno lice

DESCRIPTION: This type of face has the ideal proportions. The length of the face is equal to 1.5 in width, while the width of the forehead and jaw is the same, or very close.

BEST FRAME TO CHOOSE: Any shape. This type is most welcoming when it comes to picking any kind of frame.

TO NOTE: Choose a frame that is as wide as the widest part of your face.

END GAME OF A DESIRED FRAME: Keeping the balance of your proportioned face.


srcoliko lice

DESCRIPTION: Faces with a heart shape or a shape of an inverted triangle, are characterized by the width in the area of the cheeks and forehead, the face then becomes more narrow toward the jaw. The line on the chin with this shape is usually not outlined, which means that the top of the chin is usually more sharp.

BEST FRAME TO CHOOSE: Rounded frame, or a frame with a wider lower part. Or opt for the glasses without a "frame".

TO NOTE: Choose a frame with a narrow bridge on the nose and highlight the lower part of your face with the frame.

END GAME OF A DESIRED FRAME: Create the right proportion of your face by widening the chin and shortening the forehead.


cetvrtasto lice

DESCRIPTION: Characterized by a strong and wide forehead with a squared jaw, by which the forehead and the jawline are almost the same width. The shape of your face can be more rectangular,  if the face is narrower or squared, then the face is wider.

BEST FRAME TO CHOOSE: Rounded, rotund oval shape( for example: aviator glasses).

TO NOTE: Elongate your face with a frame whose width is longer than it's height.

END GAME OF A DESIRED FRAME: Soften and extend the sharp lines of your face.


trouglasto lice

DESCRIPTION: Faces with a triangled shape have a specific narrow forehead and cheeks, the face then widens towards the jaw. The jaw is much wider than the forehead and usually has a very distinct line.

BEST FRAME TO CHOOSE: Round, oval or "cat-like" frame for women.

TO NOTE: Highlight the upper part of the face with a frame that has a distinct upper part or with a "half-frame". Choose a frame with decals on the brow line.

END GAME OF THE DESIRED FRAME: Reduce the width of the jaw and move the focus on the lower part of your face.


How to choose the right frame size ?

How to choose the right frame size for your face ? Read on to find out how to select the perfect frame size, which type of face best suits which frame, and what the small numbers mean on your glasses.

How to find a suitable frame online ?

If you don't have help from a optician while you're buying, or if you don't have the option to try out every frame that piques your interest, online shopping can become a bit unnerving. But rest assured, this problem is easily solved.

How to choose a frame that is the same dimensions as your previous pair ?

All glass frame have numbers written about their dimension. Usually you can find these dimension on the inner side of the handles.

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The numbers we must search for will usually be set in a row of three numbers, for e.g. 53-17-140. We can equate these numbers as 'a-b-c' in this text, for an easier understanding. Usually you will be able to see a small rectangle between the numbers 'a' and 'b', which will help you to notice easier.

The number which lies on the left side of the rectangle, or 'a' in our row, is the glass width. That is the width of the glass in it's furthest points, measured in millimeters. The number which lies on the right side of the rectangle, or 'b' in our row, is the bridge width measured in millimeters. It shows the distance between the two glasses - the part which sits on your nose. Finally, 'c' is the length of the handles, this number is not as important because the handles can be lengthened or shortened as required in any optical shop.

The most important numbers to choose a required size are 'a' and 'b'. Just match the measurements of 'a' and 'b' from your old pair with the new pair and thus you will have the same wearing experience as on your older pair. Even if there is a small discrepancy in the measurements taken, a slight deviation of 1-2 mm will not make a noticeable difference.

These measurements are available on our website. All glass frames, as well as sunglasses on our website contain measurements like glass width, bridge width, handle length, frame width and the height of aforementioned glass. By doing so we help you make the best choice in picking your new frame.

Frame sizes

How to measure yourself for a perfect fitting frame ?

Merenje sa lenjirom

Maybe this is your first time buying online and you are not sure how to measure a frame that would best suit you. All you need is a ruler for measuring.

1. Stand in front of a mirror and hold the ruler in line with your temple.

2. Measure the distance between your temples in millimeters.

Now that you have taken measurements of your face, compare with the width of the frame that you want. This sum will be equal to the glass width times two, earlier we presented this number as 'a' ( a * 2), add to this the bridge with ('b' in our example). The size of the frame can deviate to up to +4mm from your measurements. Just pick a frame which width whose width is similar to that of your face.


What is the right frame width according to my face?

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There is a few more things to bear in mind when choosing a frame:

- The glasses should complement your face type. The general rule is to make a contrast - the frame shape according to the shape of your face.

- The width of the frame should be no wider than the width of your face between your temples.

- The upper part of your frame should not be higher than the line of your brow.

- The lower edge of the frame should not rest against your cheeks since it will start to rub against your skin and cause irritations.

Night Driving Glasses | EyeDrive lenses - designed for drivers on the road

Glasses with lenses that are uniquely equipped for driving, not only provide a relaxing ride, but considerably increase safety on the road. But what is it that most users must have on their minds, while purchasing a pair of glasses for driving?


Bad eyesight is one of the biggest safety risks while driving!


Glasses that are equipped for driving are far more than a modern accessory: they help us see better, increase safety on the road, help our eyes relax, and protect them from harmful radiation.. among other things.

Studies show that many drivers have problems with bad eyesight. It is one of the main causes of accidents that happen on the road, and a risk that every driver can easily reduce. Regular eye examinations with your ophthalmologist, and as necessary, having the right glasses is of the utmost importance for each and every driver on the road.

Every time we drive, our eyes have to face hardships like bad light conditions, blinding sunlight, fog, wet and reflective roads. Do not forget that our eyes also have to pay attention to other drivers, road signs and a constant river of information. However, the right glasses can make long and frequent trips into a comfortable and safe traveling experience.

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But what makes an ideal pair of driving glasses?

EyeDrive® lenses for driving

EyeDrive® technology with Reflect Control is an innovation comparable to the development of electric vehicles in the automotive industry. This new segment is specially designed to offer a fresh and clear sight during the day and night - an ideal solution for drivers on the road.

When lenses with the standard anti-reflex reach their limit. EyeDrive® is here to show off its extraordinary sharp eyesight, especially at night.


EyeDrive® INNOVATION for both daytime and night-time

EyeDrive® reduces glare and provides a wide viewing angle for all zones - on both daytime and night-time.

EyeDrive® is the ideal lens for people who spend a lot of time on the road: as a perfect second pair of glasses for driving, or to use throughout the entire day, especially for first time wearers. EyeDrive® is a lens which will leave users stunted with its unique properties.



Reflect Control is a new technology which lies in the back of EyeDrive® lenses. It represents a unique combination of lens design and lens modification. It compensates the irritation that comes from a sudden blast of light which reaches the eye, thus improving contrast. The night reflection of EyeDrive® lenses is 90% lower when comparing to organic lenses without an anti-reflex layer (Index 1.6) and 57% lower when comparing to lenses with the basic anti-reflex layer that is currently available on the market.



Transitions® XTRActive® are photosensitive lenses which can dim even behind the windshield of a car. Transitions® XTRActive® lenses can perfectly adjust themselves to different light environments, and thus ensure dimming even behind the windshield of a car( up to 50%).*

Lens activation ensures ideal vision with bright sunlight as well as in lower light conditions, like tunnels or forest areas. Because of that, Transitions® XTRActive® lenses make it easier for the user instead of having two pairs of glasses, which would require him to constantly switch glasses when driving and not. This way, it becomes much easier to focus on the road.

Transitions® XTRActive® are also perfectly adjusted for night-time driving. Combining optimal protection from glaring at night and having quality protection against the Sun during the daytime, presents the ideal solution for people who spend a lot of time behind the wheel of a car.


*The dimming of Transitions® XTRActive® lenses behind the windshield of a car depends on a couple of factors, for example: shape and the angle of the windshield, permeability properties, the position of the driver and side windows.



These users are behind the wheel of a car every day, because it represents a core part of their work responsibilities, for e.g. sales representatives, taxi drivers, bus and truck drivers... for them, clear vision during the entire day is of the utmost importance. That is why these users are the ideal wearers of EyeDrive® lenses, these provide a high degree of quality vision, no matter the time of day, especially with the Transitions XTRActive lenses.

How can people who wear glasses evaluate the quality of their own vision? This diagram below shows how drivers rate the quality of their own vision, according to studies conducted from opticians and ophthalmologist.


Chart for people who doubt their vision the road


Fashion oriented, socially entwined, often in contact with their friends, constantly on the move. However, some might feel unsafe when they have to drive in the dusk or at night. This type of user needs a second pair of glasses for night drives. EyeDrive® offers a fresh and sharp eyesight throughout the entire day.

What extra pair of glasses are they looking for? This diagram below shows an answer to the question: for what purpose would someone want to have a second(or just the one) pair of glasses.

Almost every fifth driver on the road.


They are young, recent owners of a newly acquired drivers license of a motorcycle or a car. EyeDrive® becomes the perfect solution against beginner mistakes, being able to see signs on the road, or the dashboard of a car at night, without the fear of uncomfortable glaring.

How do young people who don't wear glasses judge the quality of their own vision? This diagram below shows how young drivers rate the quality of their own vision, according to studies conducted from opticians and ophthalmologist.

People who have doubts in the quality of their eyesight.


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Choose the perfect pair of glasses for you with the help of a virtual mirror

The virtual mirror will help you find the frame that perfectly fits your face. With fantastic realism, try any frame using the camera on your device.


Find the perfect glasses without leaving the comfort of your home.

STEP 1 Browse our categories to find glasses you love. You can filter by style, frame type, or material.

STEP 2 When you find glasses, simply click the 'Try for Female/Male' link to activate the virtual mirror.

STEP 3 Use the video mode (with webcam) or upload a photo. Now you can try on your glasses online.

Underneath most frames, you'll have the option to try our virtual mirror to test out the glasses. Choosing between male and female will switch the model being used. If you're planning to upload your photo or even better, use our webcam video mode, in the top left corner, you'll find the virtual mirror menu where you can easily switch between modes.

Once you start your webcam or upload a photo, our virtual mirror will use face recognition to automatically detect your eyes and place the frame in the right spot on your photo.

When you find a frame you like, you can save the picture of yourself wearing it using the virtual mirror menu and clicking 'Save Snapshot'. Now you have a picture of yourself wearing them to show to friends and family.

Tip: After taking a selfie or finding a well-lit head and shoulders portrait-style photo, ideal for use on the virtual mirror, save it to your desktop for future visits.

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Try up to three models at home - before you buy!

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Advice for wearing progresive lenses

Every time you make a new pair of glasses, your brain needs time to adjust to the new contacts/lenses. In general, the period of adaptation for progressive lenses can vary from one day to up to three weeks, several factors affect this:

- prescribed prescription for looking ahead and reading

- Increase of the addition value

- experience with glasses beforehand

In the case of a problem, do not hesitate to contact your optician. He will be glad to answer any and all your question and adjust your glasses if necessary.

What are progressive lenses, and how do they work?


Progressive lenses are the most advanced optical solutions for your eyes, they contain a few corrective area's. They allow you to clearly see across all distances.

Distance area

podrucje za daljinu

When looking through the upper part of the lens, you will see very comfortably out in the distance when driving, watching TV or watching a movie in a cinema, or during a walk through nature.

Middle area


srednja zona

The middle zone or the progressive channel is the middle part of the lens where the prescription is changing ever so slightly to your reading prescription. The width of this area depends on the selected design of your lens. Even though it's the most narrow part of your lens, it still ensures clear vision across middle distances, like the monitor of your laptop or screen and the dashboard of your car.

Reading area

podrucje za blizinu

The lower part of the lens is dedicated for reading or looking at objects up close. In this area, the prescription is highest. It ensures a  comfortable sight with a wide viewing angle.

Periphery areas

periferna područja

Called the periphery zone's of progressive lenses, they are unclear visual zones on the edges of a progressive lens. Such areas are impossible to completely eliminate, but they won't bother you unless you stick to the recommendations.

Recommendations when using the distance area

The upper part of the lens allows you to clearly see in the distance.

While looking afar, ensure that you're always looking through the upper part of the lens. It's recommendable to turn your head in the direction you want to see, instead of moving your eyes around.

Tips for walking on steps

hodanje niz stepenice

Look through the upper part of the lens and lower your chin toward your chest. Ensure that you're looking toward each step before you step on it. Use the handrails, especially in the beginning. Very soon you will get a natural feel for walking on steps.

Advice when driving

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Depending on the focus point, you will either be using the distance zone or the middle zone of your lenses.

Watching the road

Keep your hands in a normal position and look through the upper part of your lens(distance area).

Looking at the dashboard

Gently lower your head and look through the middle area of your lenses.


Look through the upper part of your lenses and turn your head toward the visors you wish to use.

Driving in reverse

Use the upper part of your lens and turn your head in the direction you wish to drive in reverse. You will probably have to turn your head more than before.

Recommendations when using the middle zone

The middle zone of your lens will help you focus on objects that are somewhat distanced.

That distance ranges from 0.5m to 1.5m. You will have to lower or raise your chin to find the sharpest focal point. Unless you're working in an office, you will use the middle zone to look at the monitor or the objects on your table.

Office glasses

naocare za kancelariju

Unless the middle zone on your everyday lenses are too narrow, we recommend you to try out the office lenses which are specially designed for a smooth transition between the reading and middle zones, respectively. They offer a wide middle area, allowing for distances of up to 4m. Professionals who want the highest resolution, contrast and visual perspective will reap the benefits of specially designed office lenses.

Advice for using the reading zones

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The lower part of your lens will help you when focusing on objects that are close up. For example: a book, tablet, comic book or newspapers.

Hold the reading material at a normal reading distance (between 33 and 40 cm from your eyes). Look through the lower part of your lens to find the sharpest focus point.

Special advice for reading

When reading full lines of text, moving your head from one side to the other is critical.

Reading above eye height

citanje iznad visine ociju

Every time when you wish to look at something close, but above eye height, make sure that your chin is raised high enough until you find the sharpest focus point. You will look through either the middle or lower part of the lens, depending how far from the object you are.

Adapting to a new lens

It will take an estimated amount of time to get used to a new pair of lenses that are specially created, so that the adoption period can be reduced as much as possible. Follow the below instructions for an even shorter adjustment period.

- Wear the new glasses as much as possible. Putting them on and off will increase the adoption period. It is especially important to wear them in the first few weeks, all throughout the day.

- Do not wear your old glasses. Your eyes will need to constantly refocus which will cause fatigue.

- Move your head in the direction you are looking, do not just move your eyes.

- In case you do not feel comfortable and are feeling headaches after 2-4 weeks of wearing, visit your optician and consult with him on the best course of action.

- Regularly pay visits to your optician for checkups on how the glasses fit, especially if you hit into something. This will ensure the best possible sight.

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