We use digital, or surfaced, lenses instead of standard stock lenses. Digital lenses are cut for each prescription. They cost more, but provide better clarity and minimal edge-to-edge distortion.
We use aspheric instead of spherical lenses. Aspheric lenses reduce magnification, so you don't get a fishbowl effect. They are thinner and lighter. And they provide better optical quality with less blur.
Product Description for Gizmo Kids
Product Description Gizmo
Gizmo GZ2002 is a rectangular shape frame. Its designed all
in one piece making it child proof, without parts coming off these glasses are
worry free for parents. This material prevents lenses from popping out.
Gizmo TR-90 collection
eyewear is made of a higher grade Swiss TR-90 material making them more lightweight
and more resilient and flexible than other existing materials in the market.
This flexible material
helps keep the frame in shape and fits more ergonomically in the child’s face.
Its also lighter than
acetate frames for a more comfortable fit that will make them feel they are not
Flexible and Durable
frames have a saddle nose bridge that accommodate nicely for underdeveloped nose
bridges, and adjustable temple tips that are covered in a softer rubber
material. These frames are great option for sensitive patient.
Gizmo GZ2002 is a full rim rectangular frame with a
saddle nose bridge. A saddle bridge is designed to contour the nose bridge.
This frame balances the weight of the frame works well for those who are
of its flexible material you don’t have to worry about constant breakages and
your child pulling them of their face and breaking them
Frames stay in place
Adjustable strap and
temple tips for proper fit.
Activities that can be
Not recommended for any
contact sport (please refer to sports goggles)https://www.optiwow.com/products/specialty-glasses/sports-goggles/111011=versport-vx985230-zeus-kids-sports-goggles-mt-blueblue-eye-size-5218-
* we recommend these
frames to be complemented with Transition® Prescription Lenses
and Polycarbonate Lenses
It’s a great option for
parents that were used to buying the Miraflex frames and are looking for
Gizmo GZ2002 come in eye size 48 we recommend
them for teen’s ages 8 to 10 years old.
Gizmo GZ2002 kid’s eyeglasses are available in four
different colors so your child will be able to find their favorite one.
What is included?
Gizmo kid’s glasses include a case, one adjustable
elastic band and one temple tip in matching colors.
Optiwow is an exclusive
authorized dealer for Gizmo Kids Eyeglasses. We only carry the most
current Gizmo frames; we do not sell any discontinued products.
Parents should also
Premium Quality Lenses to complete
their frame selection for their child; here is what Optiwow recommends:
Polycarbonate Lenses for kids; they are
impact resistant which means that lenses won’t shatter upon impact. They are
also 30% thinner and lighter than plastic. Also all polycarbonate lenses
have UV Protection that blocks the sun’s harmful UV rays just
the same concept of putting sunscreen for protection when going to any outdoor
If the power on your
child’s eyeglass prescription is higher than +/- 3 we recommend upgrading to
an Aspheric Lens that will give them a better optics and a
recommend Anti-Reflective (AR) coating it eliminates the glare
so making those pictures/selfies look great and enhances the facial expression.
Also helps reduces eye straining and given the amount of time that kids spent
looking at electronic devices this will help with the eye fatigue. Because of
the super hydrophobic properties in the material it also makes it easier to
clean, and with children this is a plus.
* Transition Lenses® are also an awesome feature to add because
it’s like having two pairs of glasses in one. They seamlessly change color when
your children are outdoors helping them feel more comfortable in the bright sun
and become crystal clear when back indoors and at night time.
Optiwow’s Quick Guide to
frequently asked questions
Easy Return, Exchange,
Warranties and Cancellations here is a link to our store Policy
Here is a quick start
guide to help you buy glasses
How to measure your
child’s Pupillary Distance