The disadvantages of progressive lenses
- The field of view in the near and middle distances is relatively narrow.
- The adaptation time is longer and patients with greater astigmatism are not suitable for wearing.
- The peripheral aberration is large, and there will be large astigmatism in the periphery.
Flexson glasses are more durable, lighter, and wear-resistant than traditional metals, allowing wearers to confidently meet every challenge without hesitation. The Flexson frame requires minimal adjustments.
The nose pad and end piece can be fine-tuned. Advanced memory metals are used in the bridges and/or temples, allowing them to bend or twist and return to their original shape. With years of design and construction experience, Flexson Glasses has evolved into an unlimited range. Memory metal is combined with rubber, TR90, and stainless steel to create a diverse range full of color, premium durability, lightweight construction, and comfort.
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.
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John Lennon Imagine
The circular wire-rimmed glasses like these were made popular by the Beatles' idols in the 1960s and immediately became a favorite of hippies and music lovers around the world. This modern version has an ultra-light frame made of stainless steel that resists rust and corrosion. Flexible spring hinges and coated temples are very comfortable. For fans of retro-inspired accessories, the glasses are a favorite.
How Do Pinhole Glasses Work?
Compared to traditional glasses, pinhole glasses work differently. Traditional glasses correct your vision often by collecting rays of light as they enter the eye and forcing them to converge on the retina rather than behind or in front of it.
However, pinhole glasses limit the amount of light entering your eyes so as to enable people to see more clearly.
What Are High-Index Lenses?
High index lenses are eyeglasses lenses that are designed to be thinner and lighter than regular lenses. High-index lenses have a high refractive index than their conventional counterparts. So, they are generally recommended for people who have significantly high refractive errors and strong prescriptions for nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism.
High-index lenses correct all types of refractive errors. And they are also available as single vision lenses, or a reading prescription that corrects presbyopia, such as in a bifocal or progressive lens.
High-index lens has a higher refractive index and which is ranging from 1.53 to 1.74. A lens with an index of 1.74 could be up to 50 percent thinner than a regular plastic lens with an index of 1.50.