I’ve been getting a lot of questions on digital lenses. Questions like “What are they?” and “Should I get those?” So, since you already read my blog that compares these lenses to the difference between a suit off the rack and a tailored suit, here’s some more clarification. Let’s say you’re a typical Jon or Jane who wears glasses. Digital lenses, like UNITY lenses, help you see better because they are customized to you. Everyone’s eyes are different, and digital lenses use precise measurements to give you the best vision possible.
Remember the old days of tube televisions? Watching TV was fine…and then along came digital and HD TVs. Have you ever watched them side by side? Sure the old TV works and you can see your shows pretty well, but the new HD TVs are so clear it’s literally like you’re there. There’s just no going back to that old technology. Now, let’s apply that same logic to your eyeglasses. Regular lenses are fine and will do the job, but what if you could see better? Who wouldn’t want that?
That’s what digital lenses offer—crisper, clearer vision that is personalized to your eyes and your face. That’s pretty cool.
So the next time you go to your doctor for your annual eye exam, ask about digital UNITY lenses. Here’s a tip for progressive wearers: VSP members save up to 50% on digital UNITY progressive lenses. That’s a great deal and a great way to get more for your dollar.