Sunglasses to Your Prescription
Whatever you do in the sun we want to ensure that you can see clearly. With more than 60% of our sunglasses range suitable to take your prescription, it couldn’t be easier.
- Choose a frame
- Choose your lens type and tint colour
- Pay for the frame and just £10 extra for tint and UV coatings.
At Keena Rakkado we recommend you always protect your lenses with a scratch resistant coating in order to prolong the life of your lenses.
Styles and Shapes
Invaluable for driving, outdoor activities or making a fashion statement, our extensive range includes all the top names;
- Dolce & Gabbana, D & G
- Giorgio Armani
- Emporio Armani
- Oscar And Fitch
The frame you choose should be based on what you will be using it for – for example, metal frames suitable for reading are not advised for sporting activities such as skiing.
Choosing a pair of sunglasses comes down to personal taste, but we are here to ensure you choose the frame that fits you perfectly. Look for special features such as non-slip nose pads or rimless frames for maximum comfort.
For more information about the frames available at Keena Rakkado please Call into one of our stores and speak to an expert.
Safety in the Sun
As a leading Optician Keena Rakkado offers exceptional care and choice when selecting sunglasses, with or without prescription lenses.
Sunglasses are not only a popular fashion accessory, they also provide you with a real benefit protecting your eyes from the invisible rays produced by the sun.
UVB and UVA Explained
UVB – B is for Burning
Responsible for causing sunburn and can quickly damage eye tissue with prolonged and unprotected exposure. All sunglasses must filter out UVB.
UVA – A is for Ageing
These rays tan your skin but also cause premature ageing and can accelerate the development of age related illnesses. They cause damage over a long period and excessive exposure can damage eyesight.
At Keena Rakkado all of our sunglasses and sun lenses offer 100% UV protection and comply with all EEC legal standards, safeguarding your eyes from the elements mentioned above.