Progressive lenses and single vision lenses
Single vision lenses are the most widely used optical lenses and are suitable for the general population.
Progressive lenses are suitable for below people.
① Myopia control lenses for teenagers. Progressive lenses are used to relieve visual fatigue and control the development speed of myopia.
② Anti-fatigue lenses for adults. Progressive lenses are used for teachers, doctors, people who use too much computer at close range to reduce visual fatigue caused by work.
③ Progressive lenses for Middle-aged and elderly people. A pair of glasses for middle-aged and elderly people to easily see near and far.
Many Different Kinds Of Glasses From KOALAEYE
The anti-blue light glasses, driving glasses, and so on make the function of the glasses pretty powerful. They have efficient ultraviolet absorption. They are not easy to absorb dust and impurities. Each pair of KoalaEye glasses has to go through a number of major production processes to meet you, just to give you a new visual enjoyment. KoalaEye is available with non-prescription and prescription driving glasses, both with anti-reflective coating. Driving glasses reduce glare by scattering and filtering the harmful blue light.
Who need progressive lenses?
There is no limit to the degree of progressive multifocal lenses. Whether it is nearsightedness, presbyopia or moderate astigmatism, it can be worn, but not everyone can wear it. There are two types of progressive multifocal lenses on the market, one is hard and the other is soft. The main difference between the two designs is the length of the progressive channel. The rigidly designed progressive film has a short progressive path and relatively less peripheral aberrations. In order to ensure vision at various distances, fewer vertical dimensions are required. For example, a teenage progressive film belongs to this design, but because of its short gradual path, the gradation process is too short. Fast. Compared with the elderly, this design is more difficult to adapt; the soft design of the progressive film has a relatively long gradation channel and relatively large peripheral aberrations, but due to its long gradation channel, the gradation process is relatively smooth, which makes it easy to wear glasses It is suitable for people with poor adaptability.
If you are a person who is able and willing to accept new things, understand and adapt to the temporary discomfort caused by progressive addition lenses, we suggest that he can wear a pair, if he has severe hypertension, dizziness and other symptoms, or People who have misunderstandings about progressive lenses and are unwilling to adapt should not try them. Because you first wear progressive multifocal glasses, you may experience: slight dizziness, shaking when walking, and being careful when moving up the stairs.
The perception of space has changed, the perception of the distance of the object, and the perception of depth have changed. New wearers should not drive immediately and do strenuous exercise. When you look close, you need to turn your eyes down, and your eyes are mildly uncomfortable. Seeing an object through the blurred vision area around the lens makes the object blurred. Therefore, when new wearers look at things, turn their heads more, turn their eyes less, try to use the far-use zone, the near-use zone, and the middle-distance zone to see objects.
Semi-Rimless/ Eye-Brow Glasses
Or so-called club glasses to look slim and elegant. Some people call them eyebrow glasses. They are semi-rimless glasses. They look cool for both men and women.
What Is Polycarbonate Lens?
Polycarbonate was developed in the 1970s for aerospace applications and is currently used for the helmet visors of astronauts and for space shuttle windscreens. Polycarbonate lenses were introduced in the early 1980s in response to a demand for lightweight, impact-resistance lenses. Since then, polycarbonate has become standard for safety glasses, sports goggles, and children’s eyewear.
Polycarbonate glasses are thinner and lighter than regular plastic lenses. They provide 100% UV protection and are up to 10 times more impact-resistance than plastic or glasses lenses. Polycarbonate glasses also offer clearer and more comfortable vision if an anti-reflective coating is applied to the lenses, which can eliminate distracting lens reflections that interfere with vision, particularly when driving at night or in other low-light conditions when glare sources are present.
However, polycarbonate lens is a naturally soft material, making it more subject to scratching without adequate protection with a scratching-resistant coating. Polycarbonate glasses have high dispersion due to its low Abbe value of 30, causing chromatic aberrations.
What are nose pads?
Nose pads include stipule stalk, stipule boxes, and stipules. The stipules are in direct contact with the nose and play a role in supporting and stabilizing the frame. Certain molded plastic frames may not have stipules and stipule boxes, and the stipules are connected to the mirror ring.
In fact, when designing different materials and different styles, the designer will judge whether nose pads are needed according to the comfort and aesthetics of the glasses. Generally, metal frames are equipped with nose pads, and the nose pads are movable in order to adapt to various nose shapes. Metal frames with nose pads can prevent some people's skin from being allergic to metal. On the other hand, metal looks more rigid and business, and adding nose pads is more beautiful and comfortable. Most glasses without nose pads are sheet-framed glasses. The sheet material is relatively light and non-allergenic. In terms of aesthetics and comfort, no nose pads are more suitable.
Disadvantages of titanium glasses
Titanium and titanium glasses cost a lot to produce, requirements in buckling, stamping, cutting, and welding are very high, not easy to welding and electroplating.So the price is more expensive, only for high-end glasses frames.