Standard vs Premium Progressive Lenses: What Are Their Differences
In the above part, we have introduced some basic information about standard and premium progressive lenses. So, what are their differences? In this section, we will show them.
Compared with premium progressive lenses, standard progressive lenses require large frames. Otherwise, you will limit your near vision. On the contrary, if you prefer small and less noticeable frames, premium progressive lenses are the better choice.
Compared with premium progressive lenses, standard progressive lenses are cheaper. For most people, standard lenses are affordable.
Compared with premium progressive lenses, standard progressive lenses are suitable for most people including children.
Premium progressive lenses are customized to your eyes and offer a wider viewing area than standard lenses.
Eye problems that may occur while driving.
Visual fatigue and xerophthalmia: when driving, the spirit and eyes are in a highly tense state, reducing the blink of an eye, which will easily cause eye fatigue and xerophthalmia. Flash glare -- car headlights and city light pollution -- can cause serious damage to the eyes. UV damage: UV radiation is strong when driving in the daytime, especially in the plateau and snow weather. Nocturnal myopia: nocturnal light is insufficient, so it can make the eye pupil dilate, causing nocturnal vision to drop influence driving safety.
Eyeglasses chain stores have unified standards.
Due to the different management systems, the traditional business mainly relies on differentiated management and it enables member enterprises to have different business scope and modes and form complimentary benefits. Often, member enterprises are not required to implement unified management, with the unclear division of labor and uncertain responsibilities. The main store of a chain store and other stores shall form a clear division of labor in their professional functions, requiring the implementation of a unified management system, unified purchase, unified operation, and unified management. All the stores under the jurisdiction implement the unified management norm form formulated by the headquarters to form a unified norm.
What are the causes of lens damage?
When the force area of the lens is small, the impact resistance of the lens is worse. When subjected to the impact of external forces, the lens will naturally be squeezed and cause breakage.
In particular, some lenses with low degrees and high refractive index are possible to cause this phenomenon. When the frame fell from a height due to wrong placement, there is a collision between the edge of the lens and the ground or hard objects. It will produce a broken or collapsed edge. In the process of the lens falling from high, the impact force is larger, and the stress point is smaller. When the glasses are falling, the upper edge of the lens, the convex groove of the upper frame, squeezes against the lens. The middle part of the upper half is easy to cause edge collapse. In the process of processing the template, the template is not accurate, so that the glasses side and the frame can not be uniform fusion, and the force of the lens is uneven. It will be easy to lead to greater stress in some parts, resulting in edge collapse.
Aluminum Night Driving Glasses
These night vision glasses feature advanced HD technology. The aluminum frame is lightweight, allowing you to comfortably wear your driving glasses and reduce glare for safe driving. Because the lenses are yellow, these glasses act as night vision goggles to reduce glare, reflections, and their negative effects, while improving and brightening the visual area. Polarized lenses have a special anti-reflective coating that eliminates intense reflected light and reduces glare and scattered reflections. They can double as day and night glasses, improving clarity around the clock.
Is titanium alloy necessarily worse than pure titanium?
In the common case, the introduction of a titanium frame will have a detailed material label, what titanium and what material is it made of, such as titanium nickel alloy, titanium aluminum vanadium alloy, and so on.
The composition of titanium alloy determines the quality and price of the frames.A good titanium frame is not necessarily worse or cheaper than pure titanium.It is difficult to ensure the quality of titanium alloy which is very cheap in the retail market.In addition, titanium alloy is not to reduce the cost, but to improve the performance of the material.Usually, the memory frame on the market is made of titanium alloy.
The shape of the lens is also important.
Aviator and cat-eye glasses should be avoided, as both will cut off the base of the prescription, resulting in poor reading vision. Instead, they should opt for shorter frames with rounded edges, such as bull horn frames, vintage wingtips, round frames, and oval frames.