Q: Are there different types of anti-reflective coatings?
That is why we offer the family of Crizal coatings. All four of the Crizal choices come with durable scratch resistance
and an oleophobic protection against smudges.
What's the difference between Transition lenses and progressive lenses?
A: Transitions lenses change color when
exposed to UV light. Progressive lenses are "no-line" bifocals.
Q: Aren't all progressives the same?
A: No. There are more than 100 progressive
design available on the market. We pride ourselves on the quality of our product. That is why we use Varilux,
Zeiss and Shamir lenses. These three brand are at the forefront of lenses technology and offer a wide range of quality
Q: Do Transitions lenses replace sunglasses?
A: Transitions is a very useful lens
option. However, it does not take the place of a good pair of sunglasses. Most people use their sunglasses in
the car, unfortunately Transitions are not activated in the car.
Q :What makes
the best sunglasses?
A: In a word, Polarized. Along with blocking 100% of harmful UVA and UVB rays, polarized sunglasses improve
comfort and visibility by eliminating reflected glare. A fishermen wearing polarized sunglasses
can see below the surface of the water to search for schools of fish or hidden obstacles. Drivers are no longer affected
by a constant reflection of light from their hoods or the road ahead.
Q: What is the best way to clean my glasses?
A: We at Bomarr Opticians have always recommended
to use a mild soap with cold water. Then dry with a soft cloth. Try to avoid soaps that contain moisturizers
and any lens cleaners containing alcohol. For people on the go we do offer own very own bottled lens cleaner.