Types of Optical Frame Glasses
The full-frame glasses have good strength, suitable for athletes and children to wear because the lens is completely protected by the lens ring. They are suitable for a variety of refractive parameters of the lens. The upper part of the lens ring is made of metal or plastic materials. The lower half of the lens ring is made of a very fine nylon wire like the lower part of the lens ring. Rimless glasses are lighter than full-frame glasses. Rimless glasses can be divided into parts type and integral type. The part type consists of a nose bridge (together with the nose pad) and two temples. The combination glasses are divided into two parts. Usually, the front group is equipped with colored lenses, and the rear group is equipped with lenses for correcting refractive errors. The folding glasses can usually be folded at the bridge of the nose and the temple to reduce the space when stored or carried and are mostly used for making reading glasses.
The most popular scratch-resistant coating packing is about $30.Nikon Eyes Advanced includes stain-proof and water-resistant coatings, plus high-definition digital lenses, and a two-year limited coating warranty, and the price is about $120.Nikon Eyes Customized includes all the benefits of the Nikon Eyes Advanced package, plus thinner and lighter lenses, with the price of about $150. If you opt for standard shipping, your new glasses will arrive in about a week, but you can filter out second-day delivery, two days delivery, or free pick up today.
How to adapt to progressive lenses?
People who are prone to motion sickness or have inner ear diseases may suffer dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and other symptoms due to their inability to tolerate the slight deformation of the visual objects, so they need to pay more attention when wearing them. For people who have not worn reading glasses before, it is not recommended to wear graded multi-focus glasses directly because their eyes will not be able to adapt quickly.
Which is better, MR7 lens or MR8 lens?
The refractive index of MR7 is 1.67, and its Abbe number is 32, so it has a good dyeing property. MR8 has a refractive index of 1.60 and an Abbe number of 40 or more. MR8 has stronger toughness, so it is more tensile and is not easy to break when confronted with strong impact. The lenses of MR7 and MR8 are different in the degree of heat resistance, and the heat resistance of MR7 is slightly weaker. MR7 is recommended if you want thinner and lighter lenses, but MR8 is recommended if you want higher light transmittance.
The working principle of driving glasses
The driving glasses are designed according to the polarized angle and radian of the lens and the principle of precision optics. It can only let the beneficial light pass through, and other light sources, like strong sunlight, car headlights, and other light sources are filtered, to eliminate the interference of external light, and avoid the appearance of eye-catching, dazzling, and other situations. That's basically how the driver glasses are designed.
The Types of Blue Light Glasses
Computer Glasses - Clear Lenses
First, we will show you the computer glasses which have clear lenses, These glasses are made to be used when working on your computer, smartphone or while watching TV. The best computer glasses can filter 5-30% of all blue light.
Night Driving Glasses - Yellow Lenses
When driving at night, the blue light glasses with yellow lenses would be suitable. These blue light lenses are good at removing more of the highest energy blue light, around 440 nm and they are also able to distinguish traffic lights when driving at night. These glasses can block around 65-70% of blue light.
Blue Light Glasses for Sleeping - Red Lenses
The blue light glasses for sleeping have red lenses. The best blue light glasses come with red lenses and they block 99.5%-99.9% of all blue light and a large amount of the green light spectrum, from 495-550 nm.
After knowing the different types of blue light glasses, we will show you how to perform the blue light glasses tests.
How to determine whether progressive lenses are worn correctly?
Once your glasses are back from the lab, the optometrist will let you put them on for an audition and make final adjustments to make sure they fit. If the prescription is not in the center of the lens, it will make it difficult for you to see clearly. The key is that the lenses match the wearer's eyes, especially the pupils. Before ordering a new lens, the optometrist takes two measurements: pupil distance and fitting height.