How come when I blink I see colors?
Sat, Apr 09, 22 By : Koalaeye
To protect the lens. Avoid getting chemicals on your glasses, and if you do, rinse with water immediately. If there is sweat and grease on the glasses, they should be washed to avoid corrosion. Do not use clothes or towels to wipe the lenses. Rubbing the lens with a rough cloth can cause scratches on the surface of the lens. So it is best to use special glasses cloth when you wipe the lenses, and when you wipe the glasses,...

To protect the lens.

Avoid getting chemicals on your glasses, and if you do, rinse with water immediately. If there is sweat and grease on the glasses, they should be washed to avoid corrosion. Do not use clothes or towels to wipe the lenses. Rubbing the lens with a rough cloth can cause scratches on the surface of the lens. So it is best to use special glasses cloth when you wipe the lenses, and when you wipe the glasses, you must hold the glasses on one side of the frame with your hand, and then gently wipe the glasses with the glasses cloth. Remember not to overexert, otherwise, it is easy to cause frame and lens damage.


Proof Eyewear

The origins of Proof Eyewear date back to 1954. The company went global from garage to sustainable eyewear in just a few years. They provide products handmade from sustainable materials, including sustainably sourced wood, biodegradable cotton-based acetate, and recycled aluminum. The acetic acid Rx series features an environmentally friendly frame and hand-layered cotton-based acetate fiber. It is a completely renewable, biodegradable, hypoallergenic alternative to petroleum-based plastics. Some styles come with sustainable wood or metal detailing, and most come with clear or blue-light lenses. Wood harvesting is one of the best sustainable sources of handmade wood. The hand-layered structure creates durability with a unique environmentally friendly design. All frames come with stainless steel spring hinges and a hand-polished waterproof/perspiration resistant natural plant-based sealant.



What Are Varifocal Glasses?

Varifocal glasses, also known as varifocals, varifocal lenses, PALs, or progressive lenses, have a gradual change in strength from the top of the lens to the bottom with multiple focal points in between. This allows you to see all distances and focus points through just one lens. Varifocal lenses are typically used when you have two prescriptions, one for distance and one for reading.

There are three regions of a varifocal lens which are distant zone, intermediate zone and, near/reading zone. Usually, the upper portion of the varifocal lens is the distant zone and the bottom portion of the varifocal lens is the near or reading zone.

One of the benefits of varifocal glasses is that you do not need to prepare 2 separate pairs of glasses or need to switch between frames for different vision needs.


How Long Does It Take to Get Used to Varifocals?

When you get a new pair of glasses, you have to get used to them. So, how long does it take to get used to the glasses? Some people only need a couple of days to get used to them while some others may need up to two weeks.

It is normal if you can only see the frame rim of your glasses when you first wear them. The reason for this lies in the brain’s visual center. It needs to adapt the new and greatly improved visual conditions.



What is hard coating on lenses?

Lenses are mainly added in two kinds of film: anti-reflection film and hard film (and some manufacturers produce anti-fogging film and mirror film, but not common). The anti-reflective film is mainly by coating the front surface of the lens with multiple layers of transparent materials with different refractive index and thickness to reduce the excess reflected light on the surface of the lens, by using the principle of light interference. The film can be applied to both glass and resin lenses. The way of hard film plating is usually a soaking process. After many times of soaking and cleaning, soaking in an organic solution containing ultrafine silicon element for a certain time, and then keeping it at a certain temperature for 4-5 hours, the fixed polymerization process of the film has been completed. The surface wear resistance of CR-39 coating can be increased by 2-4 pH, which is similar to the hardness of optical glass lenses.


Features of TR90 Frame

It has the characteristics of wonderful toughness, crash resistance, wear resistance, and low friction coefficient, which can effectively prevent damage to the eyes and face caused by the fracture and friction of the frame during the movement. Because of its specific molecular structure, and chemical resistance, it is not easy to deform in a high-temperature environment. It's very elastic, and it doesn't deform. The use of thermoplastic materials in these frames provides pretty strength due to their flexible characteristics.



Understand the impact of frame selection on the lens

Frame size is an important consideration when using progressive lenses because some progressive lenses work better in frames of different sizes. Since progressive lenses allow you to see at all distances, it's important that the whole range of vision fits within the frame. Therefore, very short lenses and larger lenses are not suitable for progressive lenses.

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