Craft's Your Vision Better

Available is a wide variety of lenses of all prescription in vision crafter’s.
Types of lenses for all eye conditions include:

Single vision lenses:
Sight and Reading
VCO has available lenses for all prescription for reading and sight in either glass,plastic and polycarbonate in such forms:

  • UV protections
  • anti glare
  • photo chromic
  • clear/white/plain
  • transition
  • computer protections
  • tinted in all colours
  • polarized

Try our new night driving special lenses for better driving at night
Computer users should try our new computer protection lenses, it’s works perfectly.



The most common type of multifocal. The lens is split into two sections. The upper part helps with distance vision. The lower half is for near vision. They’re usually prescribed for people over 35yrs who can’t focus well anymore. That’s due to presbyopia, an age-related change that affects your eye's lens.

If you're in your mid 35s or older, you probably have glasses with multifocal lenses, like bifocals or trifocals. These have two or more prescriptions to correct your vision. In the past, you could spot this type of lens by the line between the two sections. But today’s products often look seamless.


Progressive lenses, also called multi focal lenses,is combination of sight,intermediate power for computer users and the near power for reading.

Note: but no line or visible divisions in the lens unlike the bifocal that has segment below or line below.

progressive power lenses, progressive spectacle lenses are corrective lenses used in eyeglasses to correct presbyopia and other disorders of accomodation.They are characterised by a gradient of increasing lens power added to the wearer's correction for the other refractive errors. The gradient starts at the wearer's distance prescription at the top of the lens and reaches a maximum addition power, or the full reading addition, at the bottom of the lens. 


Photochromic lenses are optical lenses that darken on exposure to specific types of light of sufficient intensity, most commonly ultraviolet radiation. In the absence of activating light the lenses return to their clear state. Photochromic lenses may be made of glass, polycarbonate, or another plastic.


Transitions lenses are photochromic lenses but react faster, more darker and block 100% of harmful UVA and UVB rays.


Anti-reflective coating (also called "AR coating" or "anti-glare coating") improves vision, reduces eye strain and makes your eyeglasses look more attractive. These benefits are due to the ability of AR coating to virtually eliminate reflections from the front and back surfaces of your eyeglass lenses.


Ultraviolet (UV) Radiation And YourEyes. ... Extended exposure to the sun's UV rays has been linked to eyedamage, including cataracts, macular degeneration, pingueculae, pterygia and photokeratitis that can cause temporary vision loss.
Note: get your eyes protected from the ultraviolet rays from the sum.
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