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Aug 05
Check Out the New Acuvue® Oasys With Transitions™ Light Intelligent Technology™

How does ACUVUE® OASYS with Transitions™ work?

Given that ACUVUE® OASYS with Transitions™ Light Intelligent Technology™ is the first contact lens available in the market that seamlessly adapts to changing light, to reduce the stressful impact that light can have on your eyes, we know that you want to understand more about how this revolutionary contact lens... read more →
May 16

VISION boosts your budget! – 15 May 2019

VISION boosts your budget! As we all know the cost of living is rising dramatically. The cost of quality eyewear is no different and is directly affected by the economy and exchange rate. VISION has been working hard to reduce costs while at the same time maintaining quality. Through our... read more →
May 10

Optical Illusions – How the Brain can Trick Us

The human brain tricks us whenever it can! The following images (famously created by Akiyoshi Kitaoka) are not animated - they seem to move even though they are static (they work even when printed). Keep staring and you will notice curious rotating motions: This image has a subtle rippling effect... read more →
May 02

Examples of premium anti reflection coatings

SEIKO SRC PREMIUM PROTECTION IN EVERY SITUATION The SEIKO SuperResistantCoat (SEIKO SCC) offers Innovative coating that delivers both enhanced protection against scratches and robust anti-reflection properties. Its durable surface also repels dirt and water. Thanks to the anti-static coating, dust cannot cling to the lenses, which means they are easy... read more →
May 01

Optimum Nutrition for Your Eyes

Ocular nutrition and eye health is an important part of helping maintain our vision and eye health as we age. Healthy vision and the human eye is related to the health of the individual parts of the eye – the cornea, iris, macula, lens, optic nerve, pupil, retina and the... read more →
May 01

Caring for Your Eyes

1. Regular eye examinations Bi-annual eye test should be performed between ages 6-40 yrs and thereafter annual eye examinations are advised,especially in patients with systemic diseases that may influence vision,such as diabetes or if they have a family history of eye disease such as glaucoma. We recommend annual eye examinations... read more →
May 01

Caring for Your Contact Lenses

1. Types of Contact Lenses Contact lenses are classified based on the material they are made of and the wearing schedule of each type of lens. We fit all of the listed contact lenses and our Optometrists are experienced in the fitting of hard gas permeable contact lenses which include... read more →
May 01

Transitions Optical Tips

The eyes are just as vulnerable if not more vulnerable to UV rays as the skin, yet eighty-five percent of South African’s don’t think that damage to the eyes is one of the most harmful effects of extended exposure to the sun. This and other startling results were revealed in... read more →
Apr 30

Tips on Caring for Your Eyes

You can see well, so why should you have your eyes tested? Well, let’s see, pardon the pun! You get headaches at least twice a week. You hate dining out by candlelight, not because you’re not romantic, but because you cannot see anything on the menu. You are diabetic. You... read more →
Apr 30

Eye Examinations for Children

Have you ever considered that your child's performance at school may be directly related with his or her ability to see? You may spare your child years of therapy by having his or her eyes checked regularly. How regularly? It is a good idea to have your child’s eyes tested... read more →