Rimless Glasses 393014
They are not heavy, with a nose pad and spring hinge. It is a metal alloy frame, and it has a designer acetate temple. This pair of glasses show lens shape #226. These different lens shapes and selection of size can greatly change the overall look and final size.
Why you should be careful when choosing blue-light-blocking glasses?
Prices of blue light blocking glasses in the market now range from 200 to 300 yuan to several thousand yuan. According to the report, current eyewear standards do not prescribe the effects of blue-resistant lenses, and consumers are advised to choose blue-resistant lenses with caution. It is recommended that people with specific eye diseases such as macular disease, age-related macular degeneration, macular hole, and diabetic fundus lesions should choose anti-blue light glasses according to the advice of an ophthalmologist.
RIVBOS Polarized Sports Sunglasses for Driving
TAC Polarizing Lenses - RIVBOS lenses are made from cellulose triacetate (TAC) material. TAC has quality optical properties that prevent the shrinkage of PVA polarized light film and has high strength surface scratch resistance. They help restore the original color, eliminate reflected and scattered light, and provide perfect eye protection. Rivbos frames are made from durable TR90 material. These polarized sunglasses feature flexible, stress-resistant frames that are able to withstand pressure without breaking. Whether it's sports or casual, you can show off your unique style.
How to Get Used to Progressive Lenses?
How to adjust to a pair of new glasses? How long does it take to adjust to a new pair of glasses? In general, there are several ways for adjusting to progressive lenses. In this section, we will show you some of them.
- Put on your new progressive glasses in the morning and wear them for at least one hour or two. The next morning, try a few more hours. Develop your tolerance to adjust to them.
- When you walk, look straight ahead, not down at your feet. And, point your nose in the direction you want to look, not just looking left or right with your eyes.
- Don’t switch between your new pair and the old one frequently.
- Make sure your progressive glasses fit properly and don’t slide down your nose.
- When you read, don’t move your eyes or head. Move the page or paper instead.
- Set your computer screen below eye level. You can achieve that by adjusting your desk or chair.
How do I know what size glasses frame I need?
With unified factory product size, why others can wear without problems, but there is a problem when I wear the glasses? There are differences between the contours of each person's face, including factors such as the width of the head, the distance between the ears and the corners of the eyes as the crow flies, the thickness of the bridge of the nose, and so on, which involves ergonomics. But there is one thing we can agree on. When people with the same ear distance wear the same type of glasses, they have different feelings, even if the arm length of the glasses is the same. People with fatter faces will feel uncomfortable. The face will be uncomfortable because the ear distance is the same, but the face width is not the same, resulting in an increased oblique distance of the temple, resulting in a sense of pressure.
It is very simple to solve this problem. You need to look at a variety of parameters in the frame of the glasses, including the total width of the frame, the length of the arm. These parameters will be reflected in a qualified spectacle frame.
Choose rectangular glasses based on the shape of your face.
If you belong to the oval face, do not choose the too large or angular glasses frame. And do not choose long or square ones. It will be easy to elongate the face and affect the overall appearance. The shape of a round face is the opposite of a square face, so the buying principle of the glasses is basically the opposite of a square face. You need a more angular one to improve the shape of the face, but you need a square face (elongate) principle, that is, use a lower height, higher temple position of the frame.
Why do glasses with the same prescription feel different?
The style of the frame has changed. The structure of the new glasses and the old glasses (half-frame, rimless, full-frame) may be different, and the angle of the glasses may also be different, which will cause visual differences and the symptoms of dizziness after wearing the new glasses. If you used to wear rimless glasses or half-rim glasses before and switch to full-frame glasses, you will feel that his field of view is limited and you will feel a little uncomfortable when you see the edge of the frame. If you wear full-frame glasses before, you will feel the edge of the lens when you change to half-rim glasses. It's too bright to adapt. There is another situation, changing from a frame with a nose pad to a frame without nose pads. Because the distance between the lens and the eye has changed, the position of the nose pad has also changed, which directly affects the relative position of the optical center and the pupil, as well as the distance from the back vertex of the lens to the cornea, which naturally affects the visual difference. In this case, you can fine-tune the nose pads, or after a short-term adaptation, you can generally return to normal.
Normally, opticians do not want to change their original visual habits (to maintain visual continuity) and want to copy a pair of glasses with the same vision. When optometry, they must provide the used old glasses and their optometry record sheet for inspection. With personnel reference. Simply put, comfort is equal to habit. If you want new glasses to wear comfortably, you must keep your original habits. It's not just the reproduction of luminosity. If you don't wear suitable glasses often, you will feel uncomfortable once you wear them.