Classic Eyes pioneered the “store within a store” concept in retail Optometry, with dedicated display areas to host a wide range of designer brands. Our well-trained frame stylists will guide you through our extensive ranges which include:

Adidas, Arnette, Calvin Klein, Carrera, Cube, David Green, Diesel, Dolce & Gabbana, Dutz, Elle, Emporio Armani, Guess, Hugo Boss, Invu, Jeep, Just Cavalli, Levi’s, Maui Jim, Moonstone, Nike Vision, Oakley, Polaroid, Polo, Prada, Quiksilver, Ray Ban, Roxy, Silhouette, Ted Baker, Tom Ford, Tommy Hilfiger, Versace & Vogue.

(* Please note: ranges vary between the stores & may change from time to time)

At Classic Eyes, we constantly update brands and styles, making sure we keep up with new trends.



Our one hour laboratory can manufacture a range of lenses, in conjunction with our optical lens partners, which include –

Due to these relationships we ensure that you benefit from high quality, well researched lenses, allowing you access to high definition optics.

The Optometrist will determine your best visual correction, thereafter our trained Optometric Assistants will advise you on the best lens, not only for the frame that you have chosen, but also for the prescription that you require.



Specialised lens materials and lens designs

High Refractive Index materials and Aspheric designs are available to reduce lens thickness. This is especially important for people with high prescriptions.

Anti-reflection coating

This is a multilayered coating which eliminates reflections and enhances vision – especially for computer use and night vision. The anti reflection coating also makes lenses cosmetically more appealing as it removes all reflections from the lens surfaces.


The photo changeable lenses are effective and convenient in any light. They are clear indoors and in low light conditions and tint dark in bright light conditions. Transitions® are 100% UV protective.

Transitions® is now available in GreyBrown and Graphite Green

Polarized lenses

Glare from water, snow and road surfaces places unnecessary strain on vision. Polarized lenses cut out this glare – giving crisp and comfortable vision.

UV coating

UV rays are invisible but can cause several serious problems to the eyes. The coating protects the eyes from the harmful effects of the sun’s rays

Hard coating

This coating protects plastic lens surfaces, making them more scratch resistant.


Single Vision

Single vision lenses have only one prescription for farsightedness, nearsightedness, or astigmatism.  Most prescription glasses and reading glasses have single vision lenses.

Single vision lenses for farsighted people are thicker in the centre of the lens. Single vision lenses for wearers with nearsightedness are thicker at the edges and thinner in centre.

Bifocal (two focal lengths – separated by a line)

Bifocal lenses correct for distance at the top and reading at the bottom. The reading portion is found in a defined semi circle at the bottom of the lens.

Multifocal (multiple focal lengths)

Multifocal lenses are also known as Varifocals or Progressives. The prescription of the lens gradually increases in reading power from the top of the lens down through to the bottom of the lens, thereby incorporating distance, intermediate and near vision in one lens. There are no lines dividing these areas.

There are various Multifocal designs available from our optical lens suppliers. Lifestyle requirements determine the best design for each individual. We predominantly work with Varilux®, Nikon®, Zeiss and Hoya® Multifocal designs. Huge advancements in technology and design ensure better clarity, a wider field of vision and increased postural comfort.

Custom designed Multifocal lenses incorporate each individual’s unique data together with their visual behavioral needs. (Varilux® S 4D™ and Hoyalux iD)