Designer Frames

We stock a wide selection of well-known labels as well as several chic, somewhat eclectic designs not easily found elsewhere. To complement our fashion range, we hold a variety of functional designs in a wide range of fitting sizes.



We have an extensive range of fashion sunglasses. Contact lens and Ortho-K patients fitted at Eyetech receive 15% discount on all sunglasses.


Thin, light lenses

Contemporary spectacle lens design has come a long way since the days of heavy glass lenses and thick CR39 plastic lenses. Today’s lenses are thinner and lighter being of higher index than conventional crown glass lenses of the past. Not only will your glasses look great, they will be comfortable to wear as well.


Lenses for every lifestyle

The modern lifestyle can be visually challenging and we rely heavily on our eyes. At Eyetech we tailor your optical solutions to you and the different tasks you perform.

We only deal with trusted, reliable manufacturers, and most commonly use lenses from Hoya, a Japanese lens manufacturer and Essilor, a French company. The progressive (multifocal) lenses that we use are premium digital freeform lenses which are customised specifically to you and your frame. This ensures that you will obtain the clearest vision with minimal distortion and the widest field of view.


Coatings to protect your eyes and your lenses

Anti-reflective coatings eliminate reflections from the front and back surfaces of your spectacle lenses, which will improve your clarity and reduce glare, particularly for tasks such as computer use and driving. They also make the lenses appear ‘invisible,’ so also look much better aesthetically.

However, some of these coatings have been known to scratch. Through years of research lens manufacturers have created coatings that resist scratching. The latest Diamond Finish by Hoya is the most scratch resistant coating on the market. Speak to us to find out more about these technological advances.

Blue light is emitted from smart phones, tablets and other LED screens. The increased usage of these devices expose our eyes to more blue light than ever. Coatings such as Hoya’s BlueControl and Essilor’s Crizal Prevencia can now be added to your lenses to reduce blue light exposure.