Lens technology and innovation is changing our industry and your vision options at an astounding pace.  Many in the industry simply cannot keep up with the pace of change.  At Delaware Eye Optical we work with some of the most technically advanced companies in the business.  Let us show you the clear difference between inferior lenses and the modern high-tech marvels we sell.  Free form technology enables progressive lenses in even the most fashionable frames.

We offer a complete line of lens coatings as well.  They can help reduce glare, limit light, protect the lens and your vision.  We even have coatings that make the lenses easier to clean! Click here to view our Package Pricing.


As independents we can acquire almost any lens you are presently wearing or would like to wear. We have been observing a number of trends when it comes to lenses, from “Hoyalux iD the world’s first double-surface Integrated design to Trivex a really tough lens material which is safe, light and clear. We will stay on top of developments, training and usage so you always benefit from the most advanced technology available.


Lens treatments now reach into the realm of luxury. We offer protective treatments that can make your glasses easier to cleaan, repel water and grease, control condensation and fogging, attract less dirt, and stay cleaner longer. Imagine that. No need to imagine any longer, come on in and see the most advanced vision systems available on earth.


Hoya’s brand name for Trivex is great for any demographic and is available in many lens designs from single vision, bifocals to progressives. Read More


The polarized lenses with Transitions photochromic technology are great for overcast days or driving in bright conditions. Read More


Kodak is known for quality, reliability, and innovation. These characteristics have been and continue to be integrated into every Kodak Lens. Read More


Transition VI is another advancement in Transitions' long line of coatings striving for photochromic perfection. Read More

About RX Lenses


  • Tinted lenses can’t protect you from glare off reflective surfaces, or even sunlight glinting through a windshield. Only polarized lenses eliminate excessive reflected light before it can reach your eye.
  • When your lenses reflect light, it comes between you and the people around you. Anti-reflective lenses reduce glare and halos around lights, and give others a clear view of your eyes in any light. Today's rimless frames demand anti-reflective coatings.
  • Scratch resistant treatments are self explanatory. Just think of all the ways we abuse our glasses, from throwing them in the glove box to routing cleaning with harsh paper towels, then think about investing in a scratch resistant coating.
  • Every time you go outside your eyes must instantly adjust to the brighter light. Photochromic lenses automatically dim when you step outside, and constantly adjust to the natural light of the day. These adaptive lenses are available in a variety of colors and shades.