Metal frames are suitable for wearing.
For the eyeglass frames made of metal or alloy, after rigorous processing and gold plating, the color and luster of the surface reach a certain brightness. And it will be very beautiful to wear. Metal glasses have the benefits of solid, light, and beautiful shapes. The metal frame basically has a nose pad and the nose pad is a movable side that adapts to a variety of nose shapes. The end of the temple is covered with a plastic cover, which is beautiful and protects the skin.
How to measure pupil distance?
You can ask your optometrist for this data, or if you have an extra pair of glasses, please send it to the merchant with your printed order and they will record your pupil distance value from it to ensure that your lenses have an accurate vision center. They will send you your new and old glasses together. The average pupil distance for adults is usually between 60mm and 66mm.
How to Pop Lenses Out of Glasses with Plastic Frames?
In this section, we will show you how to take glasses out of plastic frames. It would be much easier to remove lenses from plastic frames because lenses are not fitted as tightly in them as in metal frames.
Now, here is the tutorial.
- Many plastic lenses will come out easily as you push through your thumb from the inner side and fix your fingers on the other side.
- If they do not come off, you can choose to heat the plastic a little bit so that it expands and allows the lenses to come out.
- To heat the plastic frames, you can immerse the glasses in a bowl of hot water. The water should be hot, not warm but of course only as much as you can handle amicably.
- Be careful to not drop your lenses in the bowl. Dry them with a no microfiber cloth and then you can remove them. You can’t use any towels because those can damage any blue light or anti reflective covering.
After all steps are finished, you can remove lenses from glasses.
Is it necessary to repair the glasses that are badly damaged?
If your glasses are badly damaged, think about getting a new pair. Maintenance is maintenance, not a replacement, so there are some traces of maintenance. The repair cost is far more than or can buy a new pair of glasses, so there is no need to repair them. For the kind of alloy that's used for cheap glasses and the kind of alloy that's used for high-end glasses, the texture of the welding is so different. There are differences in intensity. In order to make the cheap glasses strong after welding, it will definitely increase the welding marks (solder repair, etc.), so the marks will be obvious.
What Are Computer Glasses?
Computer glasses or glasses for computer are prescription glasses that are designed to wear when doing computer work. They allow you to focus your eyes on a computer screen. There are other activities such as playing piano or shooting requiring a similar custom fitting.
Glasses for computer use are also known as blue light glasses. They block blue light that causes eye strain due to prolonged viewing of digital screens. Blue light is part of the color spectrum, and everyone is exposed to it through sunlight.
The glasses for computer use have a shorter wavelength than other colors and are emitted by electronic devices such as smartphones, TVs, computers and more. The glare from blue light is what causes digital eye strain or other symptoms. But the glasses for computer can protect your eyes from the damage of the glare.
Depending on an individual’s vision and type of work, there are several options while selecting glasses for computer use.
Monofocal: Monofocal or single-vision glasses are designed for computer work so that they provide the appropriate optical correction for the working distance between the screen and the user’s eye. These glasses allow users to view the whole screen with a minimum up-and-down head movement. However, the disadvantage of the monofocal glasses is that both distant objects and reading materials that are closer than the computer screen will appear blurry.
Bifocal: When it comes to glasses for computer screens, the bifocal glasses would be a choice. Bifocal glasses can be prescribed so that the upper segment is set up for screen distance and the lower segment for work. The disadvantage of these bifocal glasses is that it will blurry if the objects are farther away than the screen.
Trifocal: These trifocal glasses for computers have lenses that combine a segment for far vision, another for near vision and the third one for at the screen distance. The disadvantage of these glasses for computer screen is the limitation to view areas.
Refractive index of spectacle lens
It is generally believed that the higher the refractive index, the better the spectacle lens. Such spectacle lenses are relatively thin, and of course, the price is a bit expensive. When the refractive index increases, the direction of the light entering the lens will change greatly, the focus will move to the lens, the focal length will be smaller, and the diopter will become larger. In order to keep the diopter unchanged, it is necessary to reduce the curvature of the lens, that is, to reduce the curvature of the mirror surface, so that the thickness of the lens can be reduced. This is why the larger the refractive index, the thinner the lens is. Under the same premise of other things, the larger the refractive index, the thinner the lens, the lighter and more beautiful the lens, and the higher the price, but the larger the refractive index is not the better.
Metal frames are very popular.
Metal-rimmed glasses are one of the hallmarks of British preppy style.?But more than that, it's popular in the fashion world. Metal-framed glasses, especially round ones, will give you a retro look, and the basic ones will have a strong style.?A lot of people can choose the popular style in the past, With new collocation, they have a new flavor. Metallic frames with suit style will be more in line with the taste of the British gentleman.?These days glasses like to use titanium for their frames.?Titanium, for example, is an ultra-light metal element with the symbol Ti. Titanium is mainly used in the glasses industry for its lightweight, elasticity, and good corrosion resistance.