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Features of progressive lenses With the proper head position, the wearer can have a clear and continuous vision at all distances from the distal point to myopia through the progressive lens. When the eye moves from one area of vision to another, the eye adjustment process is natural and smooth, without any visual fluctuations. With natural vision and better adaptability, it is in line with physiological optics. The mid and near vision area is relatively small: Some wearers may feel...

Features of progressive lenses

With the proper head position, the wearer can have a clear and continuous vision at all distances from the distal point to myopia through the progressive lens. When the eye moves from one area of vision to another, the eye adjustment process is natural and smooth, without any visual fluctuations. With natural vision and better adaptability, it is in line with physiological optics. The mid and near vision area is relatively small: Some wearers may feel that the gradient area of the progressive lens is smaller, which limits the width of the saccadic eye and requires increased head movement in order to achieve the same reading range. At medium and short distances, the wearer needs to coordinate certain head movements.


Benefits of Progressive Lenses

The lens looks like a single vision lens, with no dividing line between degrees. Not only is it beautiful in appearance, but more importantly, it protects the privacy of the wearer's age (for the wearer of reading glasses). There is no need to worry about showing the secret of the wearer's age by wearing the glasses. Because the degree is gradual, the replacement of the adjustment effect is increased step by step according to the shortening of the close distance. There is no adjustment fluctuation, which is not easy to cause visual fatigue. Clear vision can be achieved at all distances in the visual scope.



What should drivers notice when wearing polarized glasses?

Many drivers like to wear polarized lenses. Indeed, the polarized lens can reduce strong light, eliminate glare, so that the line of sight is natural and soft, but the polarized lens is more suitable for fishing, skiing, and other large areas of the reflective environment. Drivers sometimes have to face the tunnel and another dark scene, the polarized lens is easy to make people suddenly feel dark at the moment. In addition, polarized lenses can make LCD screens and LED traffic lights dim. Therefore, when choosing polarizers, it is best to choose good quality optics, and when going through the tunnel, it is best to take off your glasses ahead of time and blink a lot. Before wearing the driver polarizing lens, try it on and observe whether the polarizing film of the lens is smooth. If the polarizing film is uneven, there will be inflow in the imaging, which may lead to visual fatigue and migraine.


Memory titanium series

It has the features of strong elasticity, lightweight, and strong corrosion resistance. Set the essence of memory alloy frame design in one, they can better reflect the wearer's not common demeanor. It is very stylish and avant-garde, and the high-quality color fully highlights the perfect curve of the face.



What are NXT Lenses?

NXT lenses are made of Trivex materials. Trivex (Chinese name: Ethyl Carbamate Polymer) was invented by PPG in 2001.

Impact resistance:

Impact resistance is the main feature of the NXT lens. As a visual armor material originally used in the military field, Trivex has effective impact protection to the eye when it is most demanded. It is 10 times stronger than PC lenses in impact resistance and will last for life under normal use. It is the only explosion-proof safety lens on the market that can withstand external forces and turns.

Patented color injection technology :

Color representation is another important feature of NXT lenses. The biggest defect of the regular lens in dyeing is color aberration. The same color of the lens with different luminosity will produce different effects. The higher the refractive index, the serious the error. NXT lenses are a breakthrough in this respect. The patented color injection technology that infuses the color into the raw material gives the lens a natural color, ensuring that color aberrations are minimized and that they do not fade or change color over time or over long periods of use like other materials.

Abbe number and internal stress:

The Abbe number of NXT lenses made of Trivex is 43~45, which is close to CR39(58) and higher than PC lenses (29~32) and high folding lenses (32~41). At the same time, because the NXT lens is produced by the casting process, there is no stress in the finished lens, which further reduces the rainbow phenomenon, providing a guarantee for the clear visual effect and reducing eye fatigue.

Weight:

The specific gravity of NXT lens is 1.11g/cm3, 16% lighter than CR39 (1.32g/cm3) and 10% lighter than PC tablet (1.22g/cm3). The Trivex 1.53NXT medium-fold lens is so light that it can float.


What is blue light?

To prevent blue light, we must first understand what blue light is. The visible light with a wavelength range of 400-500 nanometers is called blue light. The light sources used in daily LED lighting and display products, including mobile phones, flat panels, and TVs, are mostly LED light sources excited by blue light. However, not all blue light is harmful to the human body. The human eye has an extremely low tolerance to blue light radiation in the 400-440 nanometer range. When the light intensity enters this threshold, photochemical damage is likely to occur. However, blue light radiation in the range of 459-490 nanometers is essential for regulating the human body's circadian rhythm and can affect the secretion of human melatonin, which in turn has an impact on the body's biological clock, alertness, and mood.

Scientifically effective anti-blue light lenses must not only block harmful blue light but also cannot filter beneficial blue light. Most of the ineffective anti-blue light products on the market currently have two types of problems. One is that there is almost no protective effect on the blue light in the vulnerable zone of the human eye. The other is excessive protection, shielding the blue light spectrum in the beneficial band so that the blue light that is beneficial for physiological adjustment cannot enter the human eye. At the same time, the color of the lens is yellow, which is prone to color shift, aggravating visual fatigue, and even inducing the risk of myopia.



What Are Single Vision Lenses?

What are single vision lenses? You may have the same question. Single vision lenses have only one prescription for a given distance. Most reading glasses and distance glasses have single vision lenses because they are designed for people who are difficult in seeing either near or far. Some people are using their single vision glasses for both far and near depending on their types of prescription.

You can choose to wear single vision reading glasses to correct your eyesight if you have trouble reading text on your phone or computer screens. You can also wear single vision glasses to help you make out traffic signs while driving.

Single vision lenses for farsightedness are thicker at the center than those for nearsightedness, which are thicker at the edges. And the single vision lenses generally range between 3-4mm in thickness. The thickness varies depending on the size of the frame and lens material chosen.

After learning some information about one lens glasses, do you know the benefits of them? So, in the following part, we will show you the advantages of single vision lenses.

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