Drive Sunglasses
Fri, May 06, 22 By : Koalaeye
The best frame is the one that suits you. You can choose the full-frame, because the edge of the lens is relatively thick, which can block the thickness of the edge, so it is suitable for high myopia to choose. They can choose a smaller frame. The size of the eyeglass frame should match the pupil distance so that the edge thickness of the lens is thinner and they are more comfortable to wear. The size of the frame should...

The best frame is the one that suits you.

You can choose the full-frame, because the edge of the lens is relatively thick, which can block the thickness of the edge, so it is suitable for high myopia to choose. They can choose a smaller frame. The size of the eyeglass frame should match the pupil distance so that the edge thickness of the lens is thinner and they are more comfortable to wear. The size of the frame should be proportional to the size of the face. The upper edge of the frame should not be higher than the eyebrow and the eyebrow should not be visible in the lenses. The shape of the frame should match the face shape and skin tone to meet aesthetic requirements. Everyone's face size is different, so the smaller the frame is, the better, based on what fits you and what you like.


Pay attention to the wearing of myopia sunglasses when driving.

Some drivers are slightly myopic, usually driving without wearing a myopic mirror. There is no problem. But once you wear sunglasses, the problem comes: your eyes are more likely to tire and your vision will decline, just as your driving vision will be affected at night. Therefore, for the driver of slight myopia, there is no problem in usually driving, but if you want to wear sunglasses, you must be equipped with the lens of myopia degrees.



Why do my glasses hurt the top of my ears?

The problem caused by the angle of the glasses rubbing the ears is mainly caused by the following several conditions. Firstly, it may be that the outer angle is not enough so that the feet of the glasses press the ears too tightly. Secondly, the two sides of the glasses are of different heights. Thirdly, the last situation may be caused by a problem within the angle of depression.


Marc Walks pure titanium rimless glasses

The detailed processing lets you experience the perfect quality. They areβ titanium pure titanium ultra-light rimless myopia glasses, the new silica gel temple tips, and rivet design, and they will not deform with many twists and turns. The silicone material is safe and non-toxic. They have a non-screw design, so installation is not loose, and the lens is stable and not shaking. The lens is not in direct contact with metal and is not easy to break. The degree is not limited, so 1500 degrees below can be installed.



Pure titanium has special current characteristics

Pure titanium can guide electron fluctuations to produce ions, causing the current to tend to ionize. The positive and negative ions can adjust the adverse effects of electromagnetic waves caused by the body's biological current disorder and have a great health care effect on the human body in order to avoid fatigue, muscle stiffness, soreness, and other symptoms or problems.


Price positioning

In terms of positioning, it should conform to students' purchasing behavior, that is, the middle and low-grade products are mainly used, and the appearance requirements are stylish and novel. In addition, you can be properly supplemented with a small number of high-end products, because your market is not only the school but many residents around.



Design principle of aspheric lens

Early optical lenses use spherical lenses. Because the glasses were small round frames, the problem of lens edge aberration was not paid attention to. It wasn't until large frames became popular that the problem became apparent. For the spherical lenses, aberration cannot be corrected with the combined lens. Only a few variables of the lens can be found to reduce aberration and improve clarity. Aspheric lenses are designed to reduce the aberration of optical correction lenses and to make lenses flatter and reduce lens magnification. We can get clearer, thinner, lighter-quality lenses. Thus, aspheric lenses are used to reduce aberration and astigmatism to a minimum, close to the natural vision of the naked eye. The spherical aberration can be reduced by changing the curvature of the edge. The refraction in the central region is high and decreases evenly toward the edges.

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