At Visual Mass, you can pick any pair of frame and convert it into a pair of sunglasses according to your preference. Opt for these properties for your sunglasses:

✓ Anti-reflection ^
✓ Scratch resistant
✓ Dust-repellent
✓ 99% UV Protection
^ Anti-reflective coatings reduce glare for the best possible vision
What is UV?

The sun is the main source of Ultraviolet (UV) rays which can cause damage to your eyes. The sun emits 3 types of UV rays: UVA, UVB and UVC.

UVC is absorbed by the Earth’s atmosphere; UVB is partially blocked; UVA rays are not filtered and can therefore cause the most damage to your eyes.

It is important to choose lenses that offer UVA and UVB protection when purchasing sunglasses.


How can sunglasses help?

Sunglasses help prevent sun exposure around the eyes which can lead to skin cancer, cataracts and wrinkles. Sunglasses are also proven safest visual protection for driving and provide the best overall wellness and UV protection for your eyes outdoors.

Below are the many options of sun lenses we have at Visual Mass - with features and benefits to suit different lifestyles and vision correction needed in direct sunlight and bright environments.

Polarised Lenses

Polarised lenses reduce glare-causing reflections from shiny surfaces such as the road, snow and water surface to give you a more comfortable vision while helping you see better. In each polarised lens, a filter is inserted between 2 pieces of lenses to cut down UV light and reflected light such that only natural light could pass through.

Popular with: Boating, fishing, biking, golfing, driving and other outdoor activities

Blue Light Filtering Lenses

The sun is a source of High-Energy Visible (HEV) Blue Light, which could potentially lead to eye strain, eye fatigue and disruption in normal sleeping patterns.

*These lenses are also recommended for those who are on the screens most of the time. Read more here >

Popular with: Skiers, hunters, boaters and pilots who use the lenses to heighten contrast

Tinted Lenses

Tinted lenses are fully coloured lenses. They help to reduce the glare while protecting your eyes.

Popular with: Boating, fishing, biking, golfing, driving and other outdoor activities

Gradient Lenses

Gradient lenses are tinted from the top down – the top of the lens is darkest and fades to a lighter colour at the bottom of the lens. Gradient lenses are good for driving, as they protect your eyes from overhead sunlight but allow more light through the bottom half of the lens so that you can see your car dashboard clearly.

Popular with: Boating, fishing, biking, golfing, driving and other outdoor activities

Photochromic Lenses

Photochromic lenses automatically adapt to changing light conditions whether indoors or outdoors to enhance your vision in every situation.

Mirror Coatings

Mirrored lenses provide UV and glare protection with fashionable mirror colour options.

Learn more about other lenses

Know more about lens index and choose the right one for yourself.

Lens Index >

Learn more about harmful lights and how you can start caring for your eyes.

Blue Light Filter Lens >

Understand the pros and cons of progressive lens and why you should consider having one.

Progressive Lens >