Silhouette Dynamics Colorwave 5500 BJ 6660
The Contoured Dynamic Colorwave 5500 BJ glasses come with a solid metal frame. Prescription lenses for SmartBuyGlasses are a great option so that your glasses are ready to wear. The lenses are coated with a special premium coating that makes them anti-glare and scratch-resistant. The contour dynamic color wave 5500 BJ glasses feature a gray frame and standard lens. The simplicity of rimless glasses is not that easy to create. Innovation plays a role in every rimless style. A focus on craftsmanship excellence and self-imposed high standards are part of this enduring manufacturer's legacy.
Pay attention to the color of your blue-blocking glasses.
For children, their lenses are relatively clean and clear, and the blue light transmittance is higher than that of adults, which is more harmful to the eye. On the complementary color principle of optics, a good pair of blue light glasses should not be deep orange, but light yellow. The complementary color to cyan is orange. So, in order for the glasses to absorb blue light and filter it out, they must appear blue's complementary color yellow, otherwise, they violate the optical principle of absorbing blue light.
What Is Anti-Reflective Coating?
Anti-reflective coating, also known as AR, anti-glare, no-glare, or glare-free coating, can provide benefits to your vision. Anti-reflective coating is added to lenses to reduce glare caused by light hitting the back of the lenses.
Anti-reflective coating is designed to eliminate all reflections from the front and back surfaces of your lenses. Without bothersome reflections, more light is able to pass through your lenses which optimizes your vision. So, anti-reflective lenses can improve vision and make your eyeglasses more visually attractive.
Wearing glasses equipped with Rogers progressive multi-focus reading glasses can not only avoid the trouble of frequent picking and wearing but become the mainstream of the international reading glasses market with elegant and decent youth. ROGERS' progressive multi-focus glasses have become the bright pearl in the eyes of politicians and business tycoons in developed countries, and thus gradually become popular and popular among the general public. ROGERS's progressive multi-focus reading glasses have won the favor of the reading glasses market and the industry with their excellent cost performance and have become the preferred lens for processing multi-functional reading glasses and progressive multi-focus reading glasses in the industry.
MyOptique Group was founded in 2004, as a search for affordable eyewear and has grown to serve more than 3 million customers a year. In order to bring our ideas to the global stage, They were acquired by Essilor International in 2016. Their inspiring spirit of Better lives through better Eyes not only makes them a leading force in their industry but also aligns with their values. Through this, they were able to partner with and support Vision For Life's two-for-one scheme, which provides eye care to people in need around the world.
Discoloration time and fading time for color-changing lenses
In general, color-changing lenses take about 30 seconds to 1 minute to darken on average when exposed to sunlight/UV and will continue to darken for about 10 minutes to reach the lens depth of full-color sunglasses. Color-changing lenses of good quality and workmanship are restored to an almost clear and transparent state in 2 minutes and completely cleared in 5 minutes, although the high temperature can affect this. If you want to change a single color change lens, the color of the old and new lenses will be inconsistent. This is because the discoloration performance of the old lens will be reduced due to the long-term use of the discoloration agent. Therefore, in order to ensure the normal use and aesthetic appearance, it is usually recommended to replace the two lenses at the same time.
How do myopic glasses work?
The formation principle of myopia is that when the light from the outside world enters the eyeball, it is refracted by the eyeball's refractive system and cannot be accurately imprinted on the retina. The image is in front of the retina. If a concave lens is placed in front of the eye before the light enters the eye, it shifts the focus of the myopic eye from a point in front of the retina to the back, so that it lands directly on the surface of the retina. When parallel light passes through a concave lens, it diverges, meaning that it has already diverged once before entering the eye and then is refracted normally by the eye's refractive system. When the light is refracted through the eyeball, the distance of the image will be longer. So the distance of the image will be correspondingly pushed back compared to the non-divergent light. But it will just fall on the retina, and the image will be accurate in the right place.