Find out about our frames and lenses pricing. Includes customisation for sun protection and extras.
All prices include 1.5 index optical lenses with anti-reflective, scratch-resistant coating or non-prescription polarised lenses.
Single vision lenses
Perfect for either distance or near vision correction.
Any two pairs for $300
Premium multifocal lenses
Multifocals are great if you need both distance and reading correction. Multifocals provide sharp overall vision and seamlessly transition from distance correction on top to reading correction on bottom. That means you can see your whole field of vision without switching between multiple pairs of glasses.
Look straight ahead for activities like watching TV and driving.
Good for spending time on the computer.
For all close-up work like reading and paperwork.
Bailey Nelson’s multifocal lenses are digital freeform lenses. This means they provide lenses that are easy to adapt to while the wearer enjoys sharper, wider vision with greater comfort and reduced distortion.
- Quick and easy adaptation
- Clear and wide fields of vision for all zones
- Enhanced visual comfort
- Optimal, accurate vision
- Reduced peripheral distortion, also called “swimming” effect
- Effortless viewing across the lens with reduced eye strain
- Stable vision, even while moving
We have 3 options for multifocal lenses available
Any two pairs for $550
Any two pairs for $650
Any two pairs for $950
Office, Relax and Bifocal lenses
Office lenses are the perfect solution if you want clear near and intermediate vision. An office lens is ideal as a second pair if you also wear a progressive. Office lenses extend your near vision range. They are perfect for many different types of working environments.
- Increase range of clear vision from reading distance to up to 2m away
- Perfect first or second pair if you want near vision glasses for activities like drawing, jobs around the house or playing an instrument
This lens provides greater comfort than standard distance single vision. By allowing your focusing to relax, your visual accommodation is better managed throughout the day.
- Ideal if you use near vision for extended periods doing activities such as reading, texting, paperwork etc.
- Ideal if you are starting to need reading glasses
- Ideal if your use of digital devices (smartphones, tablets) leave you suffering from symptoms of visual fatigue or digital eye strain
Bailey Nelson bifocals come in two different types. A flat top and a curve top. A flat top is used for customers with a standard script whilst a curve top is used for high index bifocals.
- Good if you use near vision for extended periods doing activities such as reading, texting, paperwork etc.
- Good if you do not need intermediate vision or don’t want to use a progressive
Pricing: Office, Relax and Bifocal lenses
Any two pairs for $650
High index prescription lenses
If you have a stronger prescription, a high index lens allows you to wear a lens that is lightweight and thin. This ensures more comfortable glasses even if your long-sightedness, short-sightedness, or astigmatism prescription is high. It means you can reduce the thickness of the lenses you need, in the frames you love (don’t forget that everyone likes thin, lightweight lenses so even low prescriptions benefit from high index lenses).
All our high index lenses come with 100% UV protection.
Thin 1.6 high index
These lenses are thin and lightweight and allow you to wear your favourite frames in perfect comfort and style. 1.6 high index lenses are up to 25% thinner than 1.5 standard lenses (recommended for lenses between +/-2.50 and +/-4.50 total power)
Thinner 1.67 high index
Recommended for anyone with a strong prescription (+/-4.50 or higher total power), 1.67 high index lenses are up to 38% thinner than 1.5 standard lenses.
Thinnest 1.74 high index
These lenses, recommended for those with especially strong prescriptions (+/-5.50 or higher total power), are up to 50% thinner than 1.5 standard lenses.
Pricing: High Index Lenses
Two for $300
Two for $420
Two for $540
Two for $660
Blue Light Filter
Blue light filter decreases the amount of blue light coming from digital devices and may help reduce digital eye strain, so your eyes won't feel so tired by the end of the day. The big benefit is that it increases contrast and comfort for people who look at digital screens a lot — all of us, basically.
We don’t offer our Blue Light Filter for varifocal glasses or our ultra thin 1.74 index lenses. These lenses have more complicated refraction technology packed inside and we can only fit so much in a small space - sorry about that!
While our steel and titanium frames come with nose pads, some people may choose to add nose pads to our acetate frames. Whether for added comfort or to stop your glasses sliding down your nose (particularly helpful for those people with narrow noses), these are a great addition to your new frames.
Blue Light Filter
Tinted prescription lenses
Light Intelligent lenses™ that automatically adapt to changing light, Transitions® lenses darken when outdoors and return to clear when indoors. They also reduce glare, prevent eye strain, and filter more blue light from the sun and screens than our classic lenses.
- Fully clear indoors
- Dark outdoors
- Returns to clear faster than ever
- Protect your eyes outdoors blocking 100% of UVA and UVB rays
As our lives get busier, Transitions® lenses work double duty for you. From walking to the cafe to working late in the office, Transitions® lenses adjust to your lifestyle.
Available in seven stylish colours and for all prescription types, from single vision and progressive to non-prescription and readers. Scratch resistant, anti-reflection and smudge resistant coatings included.