The weight difference between pure titanium frames and titanium frames
Titanium frames are slightly heavier than pure titanium frames, but they are both high-quality materials, so they are more comfortable on the outside. The specific gravity of pure titanium is generally 4.5, while titanium alloy is 8.9, which means the material is equivalent to half of the titanium alloy. So the frames are lighter in your hand.
Should you choose titanium or pure titanium frames?
In reality, there is no absolute good or bad, if it is comfortable to wear, suitable for personal preference. They are good glasses for a single person, because if someone else wears the right and good-looking glasses, you may not wear the right and good-looking glasses yourself. Therefore, it is still a specific problem, with specific analysis, suitable for their own is good.
Note the ratio of the lens to the face.
Usually, the vertical length of the lens of longer glasses can have a visual effect of reducing the proportion of the face. In addition, in the selection of the glasses, you should pay attention to the distance between the end of the eye and the glasses so the best ratio is that the eye is in the middle of the glasses.
The role of the driving glasses
Good driving glasses can be very good to block high energy light, in the evening they can let more faint light enter into our eyes, really solving the problem of only blocking the light and not blocking the road. They have very good night vision function, and can better eliminate glare, better improve the vision of the driver. The driver can drive safely day and night. Strong sunlight improves visual clarity. They are special driving glasses and can brighten polarized light and improve driving safety. With unisex style, high-definition vision, comfort, and light. It can be used on rainy and foggy days and can be used by myopic people. It can effectively filter strong light and high beam lamps, and the long-term use makes you not tired. Both rainy and cloudy days can improve visual clarity. It can effectively prevent strong light, ultraviolet light, and glare is durable and can solve the problem.
Method of wearing the contact lens
Wash your hands before putting on contact lenses, and be careful not to leave long nails, to avoid contamination of the lens by bacteria and nail scratches. Place the contact lens on the tip of your index finger, face-up, and pull your upper and lower eyelids apart with the middle fingers of both hands. Look straight ahead and place the lens gently into the eye (attached to the cornea). Remove the index finger and look down so that the lens is attached to the cornea, and slowly relax the eyelids with the middle fingers of both hands. Blink gently several times (or roll your eyes) to remove bubbles.
How can I measure the frame size?
Use a ruler to measure the glasses you used to wear comfortably and record the width of the frame and the total width in front of the frame. And compared with the frame width of the selected frame and the total front width of the frame. Frame width size difference of one or two millimeters does not matter, and the total front width of four millimeters does not matter. You can use a ruler to measure the approximate distance between the temples. Usually, the width of the inner side of the frame is the same as the temple value or about 3MM larger than the temple value.
What are progressive lenses?
Progressive lenses, also called progressive multifocal lenses, are lenses that have multiple focal points. If it is divided from the focal point, the lenses can be divided into single focal lenses, bifocal lenses, and multifocal lenses. The original intention of progressive multifocal lenses is to provide natural, convenient, and comfortable correction methods for presbyopia patients. A pair of glasses can see far away, close up, and mid-range objects. After wearing them, one pair of glasses is equivalent to using multiple glasses. Because of the different nature, characteristics and applicability, progressive lenses are more expensive than single vision lenses.