Edwin Y. Endo, OD Optometrists, Eye Doctors Of Honolulu

Leading Provider in Professional Optometry Eye Care and highly regarded establishment offering state of the art Practice & progressive Vision eye exams with Excellence. The Art of Caring.

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10+ Signs that you need Eyeglasses or Checkup

Your Eyes Are Aching

You are having more Eyestrain

You're getting Headaches

You are Squinting More

You are having nausea, vertigo, dizziness, double vision

Bright lights bother you

You need Blue and UV light blocker

You need Sunglasses

Eyes hurt in the dark or when reading

Computer screen strains your Eyes

You have to adjust your Computer Screen

It's been over a Year since your last Eye Exam

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National Sunglasses Day             GET HEALTHY SAVINGS FOR HEALTHY SIGHT

What is National Sunglasses Day?

Brought to you by The Vision Council, National Sunglasses Day – held annually on June 27 – is a commemorative date celebrating the importance of wearing ultraviolet (UV)-protective sunwear and eyewear.

How can you get involved?

Leading up to and on June 27, post a #SunglassSelfie of yourself in your sunglasses to the social media channel of your choice using #NationalSunglassesDay.

Even when you’re not observing National Sunglasses Day, you should still practice sun-safe behavior! Wear your sunglasses all year long – they’re not called “summer glasses,” after all.

Why is UV-protective sunwear important?

Every day millions of Americans make the conscious decision to not wear sunglasses or other UV-protective eyewear. While seemingly harmless, this habit carries serious vision risks, many of which are not known or understood by those who fail to wear protective frames.

UV radiation is often recognized as the culprit for sunburns and skin cancer, but most people don’t realize the damaging impact the wavelengths inflict on their vision. The problem originates with the sun’s unfiltered UV rays. Just as these rays can burn skin cells, they can also harm unprotected eyes. A full day outside without protection can cause immediate, temporary issues, such as swollen or red eyes, and hypersensitivity to light. Years of cumulative exposure can cause cancer of the eye or eyelid, and accelerate conditions like cataracts and age-regulated macular degeneration.

National Sunglasses Day serves as a reminder that sunglasses are a major health necessity – regardless of whether it’s sunny or cloudy, warm or cold – and spread the word that sunglasses and other UV-protective eyewear are key to protecting long-term eye health.

We offer eyewear for a changing world leading the way with the latest, fashionable and trendy spectacle frames. For a list of different types of lenses, electromagnetic energizing eyewear, or an EyeGlass Guide, call our office. 

  • Anne Klein
  • Allison Eyewer
  • Aspex
  • Banana Republic
  • Bebe                                    
  • Carrera
  • Christian Dior
  • Charmant
  • Coach
  • Dragon
  • Elite
  • Emili Pucci
  • Emporio Armani
  • Enchroma
  • Esprit
  • Fathead
  • Fendi
  • Flexon
  • Giorgio Armani 
  • Gucci
  • Hush Puppies 
  • Jimmy Choo
  • Kate Spade 
  • Luxottica
  • Marchon
  • Maui Jim Sunglasses: We are authorized re-sellers of Maui Jim Sunglasses including RX.
  • MCM
  • Nike
  • Nine West
  • RayBans
  • Safilo
  • Sean Jean
  • Shiseido
  • Ted Baker
  • Tom Ford
  • Tura 
  • Selected Complete frames with single vision lenses starting at $55
  • Selected Complete frames with single vision polycarbonate lenses starting at $95
  • Selected Complete frames with plastic bifocal lenses starting at $95
  • We offer all the major and top-of-the-line Hi-tech eyewear lenses including:
  • Hi-index lenses for plastic and glass
  • Technically Advanced Progressive Addition Lenses
  • Varilux Physio 360
  • Space Age Variable Tinted lenses-Transitions
  • Finest Antireflective coatings
  • Polaroid Polycarbonate Clip On-Magnetically attached Sunglass clips
  • Eyeglass Repairs: We will inspect your precious eyeglasses and provide the best resolution/fix for your glasses. Free consultation always.
Fashion trends/Colors: 
Well-known designer labels have come out with new introductions along new sleeker, smaller-shaped lines. Last year, it was glamour and big, now it's closer to the eye and sexier. Plastics and metals are both strong, but metals are the most popular. Combinations of metal fronts and plastic temples look good, too.
In metal frames, the oval and rectangle are the most popular shapes, followed by squares and skinny ovals & small wires in all shapes.
The best colors are matte-black and tortoise, followed by deep browns and deep olives. The brown family is particularly noteworthy, everything from metallicized bronzes to warm beige & copper. Leading-edge colors are ruby reds to purples, shades of indigo and blue.
There are some brights, in the yellow, celery, and orange families, especially in sport lines. Colored lenses, which we started last summer, have been outstanding, and these will continue. The top lens color is blue, followed by yellow, orange, and violet.
There's a new look in finishes: a light metallicized, translucent, or a muted pearlized, which gives a more matte finish.    
Here is a listing of types of lenses that are available for those who want to know:
Transitions Vantage
Please note that not all lenses & coatings are made the same. There are differences in price & quality including the manufacturing process, patented curves and aspheric designs that allows the best visual clarity possible. We carefully select the highest quality manufacturers and products for your complete satisfaction and guarantee. We also offer the latest and thinnest lenses at the best possible pricing.
Coatings: Anti-scratch coatings, anti-reflection coatings, mirror coatings.
Computer Glasses: Panamic, Ao technica, etc.
Edges: can be rolled and polished.
Lenses That Darken in the Sun
Solera (new), Next Generation Transitions, Photoshades, Transitions III, XtraActive,
Photogray and Photobrown Extra, Photosun 11, Sunsensors, Quantum, Splitz, and others.
Multifocals: Flat tops (25,28,35), roundtops (22), executives (bifocals and trifocals), trifocals (7X25, 7X28, 7X35, 8X35).
Occupational: Quadrafocals (trifocal on the bottom with an upside down flat top above), Double bifocals (bifocal on the bottom with an upside down bifocal above), and others.
Polaroids: Omega sunlens, grey a, c, green or brown c, & Eagle 475. Comes in plastic, transitions, high index, polycarbonates, and glass. The performance of Varilux
  •  The world's most advanced progressive lens design
  •  Wide and dynamic vision
  •  Proven track record in patient satisfaction
The performance of polarizing technology:
  • Eliminates blinding glare from reflective surfaces
  • 100% protection from harmful UVA and UVB rays
  • More comfortable vision with less eyestrain
Progressive addition: AO B'Active, Access, Varilux Panamic, Crystal, Percepta, Seiko P-6, Linefree, Premier, Zeiss Gradal & RD, AO Pro series, and many others.
Single Vision: plastics, glass, super hi-index plastic or glass, polycarbonates. We offer the thinnest and highest quality lenses available.
Sports/Safety Glasses: Polycarbonates are the safest.
Tints/Special coatings: Virtually any color tint (solid, gradient, double gradient) are available. Most popular are grays, browns, pink, yellow, orange & blues. Special coatings include pastels mirror, multi colored mirror, vuarnet style mirror, blue blocker, black mirror, shooter's lens, etc.