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?
It is common that your vision may change when you are over age 40. You can find it is happening when have to hold your favorite book, the daily newspaper, or a restaurant menu farther away just to read it. This is an eye condition called presbyopia. It is normal and almost all of us get it as we reach middle age.
This eye condition often can be corrected by progressive lenses which allow you to see objects from far to near clearly. With progressive lenses, you do not have to switch your glasses to see far or near objects frequently.
However, since progressive glasses have three different prescriptions in one lens, it may be difficult for some people to adapt to the new ones. So, in this post, we will show you how to get used to progressive lenses.
Are the glasses purchased online of good quality?
Always, there are some people who question online shopping, whether the quality of the glasses purchased online is up to standard. Then I have to ask, is the quality of the glasses bought in the physical store good? Most people do not have the ability to judge the quality of glasses. It can be said that they decide which to buy based on an inexplicable idea. Therefore, for those who do not understand glasses, the quality of the glasses purchased online is not a question we should consider. In my personal experience, there has been no quality problem with the glasses purchased online, and for the same price, the glasses purchased in physical stores are much worse than those purchased online.
The glasses slid up your nose.
Although glasses often slide up your nose and pushing them up can be annoying, it's easy to pull them tight. If your nose frame is metal, use your thumb to shrink the nose pad until the frame no longer slides. If you have plastic frames, soak the arm in warm water for 30-60 seconds, then apply slight downward pressure to the end of the arm. This will make it fit more behind the ears, which will tighten the overall fit and prevent slippage. If tightening the frame doesn't work, try using eyeglass wax to stop it from slipping.
Driving Glasses - S MARCO
S MARCO professional driving glasses and S MARCO professional radiation glasses have become a new favorite family.S MARCO professional driving glasses have unique functions, opening a new page of driving glasses. The biggest advantage of S MARCO glasses is that it has its own patent in professional driving glasses, and the technology adopted is nano-polarized light technology. In addition, the driving glasses designed by the S MARCO team are based on Oriental faces, car conditions, and driving habits. With stylish style, they are comfortable to wear, functional and practical, very suitable for Chinese people to use.
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.
How to do with it?
Wash your glasses once a week to avoid future accumulation. Remove the green goo with a soft cloth, a cotton swab, some mild dishwashing liquid, alcohol, and a soft-bristled toothbrush. Ultrasonic cleaning machines can remove dirt and green mud because vibration can do with micro-mud. This device is available in most optician stores, so you can have your glasses cleaned there. Just like anything we use, glasses need to be replaced. It is recommended that you replace the nasal pad with a new one every 6 months to keep it sanitary.