Wide-rimmed Clear sunglasses
Wide-rimmed Clear glasses cover almost the most area of your cheeks, even covering almost half of your cheeks.
Conservatoire Light gray clear frame sunglasses
Conservatoire International De Lunettes, founded in 2013 in Italy, specializes in fashion and retro glasses and sunglasses. Starting from the classic glasses of the past, new research results, photography, film, and retro elements are integrated into the design of glasses. These shapes may have been used by a classic character, or they may have been historical design elements, modernizing them to create a sense of fashion.
Overnight Glasses is created by experienced members of the optical industry. You'll get high-priced lenses, coatings, and prescription glasses approved by the FOOD and Drug Administration (FDA) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
Production, inspection, and customer support are all done by certified opticians in the US with 100% accuracy. Freeform Progressives Lenses designed by Seiko, Transitions Lenses, Trivex Trilogy, Nu Polar Polarized films, even the most basic prescriptions for monopod lenses, are manufactured, assembled, and double-checked in the United States by their certified personnel. The inventory includes prescription glasses and prescription sunglasses from well-known brands such as Ray-Ban, Oakley, Dior, Versace, Salvatore Ferragamo, Dolce and Gabbana (D&G), Prada, Tom-Ford，Burberry Eyewear, and Ermenegildo Zegna are both priced at less than half what other retailers offer.
Acetate frame and plastic frame
What is the difference between acetate frame and a plastic frame? Acetate frames are lighter and generally considered to be better than plastic frames. Acetate is known for its hypoallergenicity, so it is a popular choice for people with sensitive skin. Unlike some plastic or metal frames, they can cause allergic reactions.
- The manufacturing process makes the plastic frame more brittle than the acetate frame.
- If the temple does not have a metal bracket, it is difficult to adjust the plastic glasses.
- There are fewer choices of colors and patterns for plastic frame
However, you will notice that acetate frames are generally more expensive than ordinary plastic frames. Spectacle frames are daily necessities that we use for a long time. Therefore, durability is essential, and the life span of the acetate frame is longer.
Who need progressive lenses?
There is no limit to the degree of progressive multifocal lenses. Whether it is nearsightedness, presbyopia or moderate astigmatism, it can be worn, but not everyone can wear it. There are two types of progressive multifocal lenses on the market, one is hard and the other is soft. The main difference between the two designs is the length of the progressive channel. The rigidly designed progressive film has a short progressive path and relatively less peripheral aberrations. In order to ensure vision at various distances, fewer vertical dimensions are required. For example, a teenage progressive film belongs to this design, but because of its short gradual path, the gradation process is too short. Fast. Compared with the elderly, this design is more difficult to adapt; the soft design of the progressive film has a relatively long gradation channel and relatively large peripheral aberrations, but due to its long gradation channel, the gradation process is relatively smooth, which makes it easy to wear glasses It is suitable for people with poor adaptability.
If you are a person who is able and willing to accept new things, understand and adapt to the temporary discomfort caused by progressive addition lenses, we suggest that he can wear a pair, if he has severe hypertension, dizziness and other symptoms, or People who have misunderstandings about progressive lenses and are unwilling to adapt should not try them. Because you first wear progressive multifocal glasses, you may experience: slight dizziness, shaking when walking, and being careful when moving up the stairs.
The perception of space has changed, the perception of the distance of the object, and the perception of depth have changed. New wearers should not drive immediately and do strenuous exercise. When you look close, you need to turn your eyes down, and your eyes are mildly uncomfortable. Seeing an object through the blurred vision area around the lens makes the object blurred. Therefore, when new wearers look at things, turn their heads more, turn their eyes less, try to use the far-use zone, the near-use zone, and the middle-distance zone to see objects.
About celluloid glasses
In 1929, the first large-scale production of sunglasses made of celluloid was made by SamFoster, an American who ran a women's accessories company facing bankruptcy and made it convenient to use the injection molding technology used to make hairbrushes. Sunglasses made of celluloid were sold on the beach of Grand West, New Jersey, and became very popular. Indeed, celluloid glasses were once popular because of their high-cost performance, but celluloid gradually faded out of people's eyes due to its poor chemical stability, flammability, and other shortcomings, with the emergence of new materials for glasses.
What should be noticed about low bridge glasses?
At the same time, the weight of your frame should be evenly distributed across the bridge of your nose or on the nose pad of the frame. If the bridge sinks into your nose, either your nose pad needs to be adjusted better, or you need to find a frame with a wider bridge. In addition, the temple or handle of the glasses should be long enough to fit close to the ear. You should be able to move your head without slipping or slipping off your glasses. In short, for those with a lower nose, a triple match requires that the nose chassis have a thicker or adjustable nose pad, a narrower nose bridge, a wider nose bridge, and a shorter lens. If you have bought a plastic frame in the past or present, you should be able to find the size of your bridge on your current frame. Traditionally, the middle number corresponds to the measurement of the bridge. It is important to look at the position of the bridge on the frame.
Quinn Eye Center
A team of experienced eye care professionals provides comprehensive eye examinations. It offers high-quality lenses and a wide selection of stylish frames.
By utilizing the most advanced diagnostic technologies, they are committed to improving the quality of life through enhanced vision. The optical studio has a range of carefully designed frames and precision lenses. There are many lenses to choose from. Transition lenses are made from dynamic materials and can replace prescription sunglasses. UV-coated lenses can be used in ordinary glasses. Scratch-resistant coating is a clear coating that helps protect glass lenses from irritating scratches. The plastic lenses make the glasses much lighter than the glass ones. Special polycarbonate lenses greatly reduce the thickness of the lenses, giving them a more attractive silhouette. Anti-glare lenses are dipped in a special material that makes them less reflective than regular eyeglass lenses.