Varifocal & Advanced Lens Specialists
There has never been a better time to wear spectacles. Thanks to advances in lens technology, modern lenses are clearer, thinner, lighter and tougher than ever before. At Eric Mercer's, we specialize in varifocals and other advanced lens designs. Using our friendly expertise we'll help guide you towards the best lens suited to your individual needs.
In the past, wearing varifocals often meant visual compromises, like distorted side vision and constant head movements.
The latest Varilux X series lenses offer more natural vision with wider fields of view and greater visual stability when moving.
This makes them much easier to adapt to than older designs. So even if you've tried varifocals before and struggled, it's well worth trying again. You'll be amazed at the improvements.
Varifocals offer significant advantages over bifocals. As well as having no visible line, they allow you to see clearly at any distance from far away to close-up and all points in-between. Wearing varifocals makes it easy to focus at that awkward arm's-length range needed for car dashboards, supermarket shelves and computers.
And remember, for complete peace of mind, all Varilux lenses are covered by a 90 day adaptation guarantee.
Road Pilot lenses
Driving can be a real challenge for your eyes - at night as well as daytime. Dazzle from headlights and bright sun often lead to problems with glare and visual discomfort.
Using the latest in modern lens technology, new Road Pilot lenses are specially designed to help combat these problems and make driving safer.
And when ordered with Transitions Xtractive, Road Pilot lenses offer unsurpassed sun protection by darkening down inside your car as well as outdoors.
Thin & Light lenses
Modern lens materials, allied to the latest computer-based technologies, mean that manufacturers can now make lenses that are thinner and lighter than ever before.
Modern thin and light lenses don’t just look better - they are also naturally lighter, making them much more comfortable to wear.
So, whether you wear single vision lenses, varifocals or bifocals, ask us about Thin and Light lenses to help make the most of your new spectacles.