All of our prescription lenses are cut and fitted at our partner lab - Plastic Plus - in Toronto. Plastic Plus is a state of the art privately owned lens laboratory, who we’ve worked with for over 7 years. They’re constantly at the forefront of new technology, such as the Autofit and Avulux lens types.
All of our lenses* are cut from high-quality optical plastic and come with the latest anti-reflection, anti-glare, and scratch-resistant coatings included.
Our varifocal lenses are high-quality freeform digital lenses with limited amounts of peripheral distortion that is equatable to all but the very top lenses in the world.
*except Avulux lenses
We make our acetate frames from a mix of high quality chinese and italian acetates, and our metal frames from quality stainless steel.
We take great care in choosing our hinges and screws as well to ensure the longevity of all Ollie Quinn glasses and sunglasses.
Everything is designed in house by our talented product team based in London.
All our frames are made at our partner factories in Shenzhen, which we regularly visit to ensure responsible and ethical alignment. We’ve got some pretty good relationships with them now, after working with them for over 6 years!
Frame Width (A): 139mm
Bridge Width (B): 20mm
Lens Depth (C): 45.5mm
Lens Diameter (D): 51mm
Temple Length (E): 145mm
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Blue light exposure may increase the risk of macular degeneration. The fact that blue light penetrates all the way to the retina (the inner lining of the back of the eye) is important, because laboratory studies have shown that too much exposure to blue light can damage light-sensitive cells in the retina.
Do I need thin lenses
High prescriptions may require a thinner lens. It can be dangerous and/or uncomfortable if you require them and do not have them.
If you are unsure if you need them, no stress! You can proceed here without, and a trained member of our team will call you if we have any concerns.
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