Our Hours

The office will be CLOSED on

Thurs November 22 and Friday November 23

for the Thanksgiving Holiday.

Mon & Fri 10:00am thru 6:00pm
Tues & Sun CLOSED
Wednesday 9:00am thru 5:00pm
Thursday 10:00am thru 7:00pm
Saturday 10:00am thru 2:00pm

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1360 Montauk Highway, Suite 2E
Mastic, NY 11950
Phone: (631) 281-2474 | (631) 281-2476


Gone are the days when spectacle wearers had to change glasses in order to see comfortably in different light conditions. Sensity photochromic lenses were developed to react consistently to light, UV and temperature. They darken quickly when you step outdoors and fade back just as quickly to full clarity indoors. During these rapid transitions, total UV protection is maintained. So whether you are running errands on the high street, strolling in a shady park or relaxing on the beach, Sensity photochromic lenses will adapt to every situation.

Features

Sensity photochromic lenses enable you to do everything you love to do, without visual boundaries. In combination with Hoya’s innovative technologies, you are guaranteed outstanding performance and comfort from your photochromic lenses.

  • Stabilight Technology™: Guarantees consistent performance and faster colour transitions
  • Photochromic Precision Technology: Even distribution of light-sensitive molecules over the lens surface offers exceptional optical quality and durability
  • A choice of three natural tints – Bronze Brown, Silver Grey and Emerald Green – developed by colour specialists for a contemporary look
  • Compatibility with all Hoya single visionbifocal and progressive lens designs and premium coatings

Benefits

Sensity photochromic lenses incorporate the benefits of prescription lenses and sunglasses in one. If you enjoy an active lifestyle or are particularly sensitive to light, you will benefit from:

  • Comfortable vision and consistent performance in all conditions
  • Glare reduction without compromising contrast or colour perception
  • Total UV protection, even during transitions

Visit the Sensity website to find out more.


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