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Driving Glasses - KoalaEye

The koala eye driving glasses are stylish, and the material is flexible and elastic. The lens arc fits the face line, which has a very good sense of comfort and balance. Imaging sense is very good, and the color is real and clear. It can effectively relieve eyeglasses eyestrain. Also in the market with excellent quality and simple fashion design, it is loved by the public.


Evolution of photochromic lenses

Thirty years after Corning invented color-changing glass lenses, another company has carried forward the color-changing glass lenses --Transitions Optical. In 1991, it became the first company to commercially manufacture resin color-changing lenses. Since its inception, the company has been a joint venture between PPG Industries (51%) and Essilor (49%). In April 2014, Essilor acquired a 51% stake in PPG. At present, the mainstream is resin photochromic lenses.



How do I know what size glasses frame I need?

With unified factory product size, why others can wear without problems, but there is a problem when I wear the glasses? There are differences between the contours of each person's face, including factors such as the width of the head, the distance between the ears and the corners of the eyes as the crow flies, the thickness of the bridge of the nose, and so on, which involves ergonomics. But there is one thing we can agree on. When people with the same ear distance wear the same type of glasses, they have different feelings, even if the arm length of the glasses is the same. People with fatter faces will feel uncomfortable. The face will be uncomfortable because the ear distance is the same, but the face width is not the same, resulting in an increased oblique distance of the temple, resulting in a sense of pressure.

It is very simple to solve this problem. You need to look at a variety of parameters in the frame of the glasses, including the total width of the frame, the length of the arm. These parameters will be reflected in a qualified spectacle frame.


The Advantages of Polycarbonate Glasses

In fact, polycarbonate glasses come with several benefits and this section will show some of them.

First, polycarbonate glasses are safe and are virtually unbreakable. A study found that polycarbonate glasses were more impact-resistance than glasses or other types of plastic lenses.

Second, polycarbonate glasses are thinner than other types of lenses. This feature makes them ideal for people who have strong prescriptions. Lighter and thinner eyeglasses are less likely to slip off your nose and are more comfortable for everyday wear.

Third, extended exposure to UV radiation from the sun can cause damage to your eyes and lead to some eye conditions such as cataracts or macular degeneration. Of course, polycarbonate glasses can block out harmful UV rays from the sun and provide good protection for your eyes.

However, there are some negative voices of polycarbonate lenses.



About the early domestic anti-reflection coating lens

Chinese coated lenses appeared in the mid-1980s. At that time, Europe (such as France and Germany) and Asia (such as Japan, Singapore, and Taiwan) had already launched coated lenses to the market, and the grade of lenses was evaluated based on the quality of the anti-reflection effect. Among them, Germany and France were the two leading countries in technology. Technically, the use of French original film material (referred to as H2) can reduce the effect by 99.98% (refers to the light transmittance, the same below). Almost you can not see the reflection, but the material is expensive. Therefore, the coating lens which is currently used in the world is born. The anti-reflection effect is controlled at about 98%, so the coating cost is greatly reduced. And it is accepted by consumers because it presents various colors, especially green. At the same time, because at the same time, it can be easily distinguished from non-coated lenses. It can reflect the high-grade film lens, and it is accepted by the sales staff.


How to Perform Glasses Measurements?

If there is no number on the temple of eyeglasses, you can perform glasses measurements by yourself. Now, we will show how to do that.

To measure the glasses’ size, you need to prepare a ruler or a tape first. To measure the frame width, measure the entire horizontal front of the frame, from the furthest extended point on either side. As for lens height, you should measure the vertical height of the lens. As for the bridge, you should measure the part that goes across the bridge of your nose. The temple arms include the front of the frame on either side and the rest behind your ear. The lens width is the horizontal diameter of one lens. So, when measuring these, you should be careful.

After that, you have measured the glasses frame size. If you want to know whether your face is right for this frame, you can read the post: How to Measure Face for Glasses Frames - 7 Steps

If you need a pair of new glasses, you can try Koalaeye glasses. They are stylish and cheap and they are lots of available choices.


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Are progressive lenses expensive?

The PAL tends to be more expensive than other lenses because you are definitely combining three lenses into one. Digital PAL is more expensive, but they are more personalized and specific to your size. This is key to providing the best visual experience. The cost of progressive lenses depends on several factors, including your prescription, the brand of glasses you choose, and other factors. However, you must remember that one progressive lens can replace multiple pairs of glasses, which can save you money in the long run. The price of progressive multi-focus glasses is different with different styles and different brands, from more than a hundred to thousands of yuan. We must choose according to our own economic situation.

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