Protect the lenses of your safety glasses.
Scratches can be caused by damage at work, aging, improper care, improper cleaning, or improper storage. Whatever the cause of a scratched lens can affect vision quality through the polycarbonate, causing eye strain. Make sure the safety glasses lenses are replaced in time when they are scratched.
Square face with round glasses
The square face belongs to the type of facial lines or tough, which looks a bit unnatural. For this type of face, it is best to choose round glasses because a round shape can make your facial lines softer and add a little femininity. The most suitable glasses for a square face are round, but the size of this round is also very particular. If you have a wider face, it is better to choose larger glasses, which can better modify the face and make the face smaller.
Aluminum Night Driving Glasses
These night vision glasses feature advanced HD technology. The aluminum frame is lightweight, allowing you to comfortably wear your driving glasses and reduce glare for safe driving. Because the lenses are yellow, these glasses act as night vision goggles to reduce glare, reflections, and their negative effects, while improving and brightening the visual area. Polarized lenses have a special anti-reflective coating that eliminates intense reflected light and reduces glare and scattered reflections. They can double as day and night glasses, improving clarity around the clock.
Choose clear glasses with the right materials for kids.
A critical point for children to choose frames is to think about the weight, to avoid wearing for a long time, or they will be uncomfortable, unstable, easy to slip. It is recommended to choose an ultra-light plate or TR90 lens frame, which has good chemical properties, good thermal stability, with no deformation, good recovery, and no side effects, lightweight, and convenient material.
Slim, refined and stylish are all words that could be used to describe the signature style of Silhouette, and the company is known for its rimless glasses design. They promote rimless glasses to the boundary without limits, with no frames, hinges, and screws. It is one of the few major manufacturers of glasses frames in Europe, making all its parts and assembling the products entirely in its own factory. They have created unprecedented product quality and an unmatched reputation in the eyewear industry.
What is the best lens material?
MR stands for Mitsui Resin, a raw material for optical lenses made by Mitsui Chemicals in Japan. It is the first high refractive index lens material produced by polyurethane technology in the world. It has the characteristics of high refractive index, high Abbe number, low specific gravity, high impact resistance, and so on. MR series material, with high impact resistance, good tensile strength, and minimal internal stress, is very suitable for the unique design of lens products, like rimless glasses and high bending lenses, etc. At the same time, it has good processing, dyeing, and weather resistance.
What Are Bifocals?
There are several kinds of lenses available in the market. Now, there is a kind of lenses by stacking two different kinds of lenses together and they are called a bifocal lens. Bifocal lenses are lenses with lines separating two different prescriptions. There is a presence of a distance lens at the top and the lower part has a lens that can be used to view the objects placed nearby.
Bifocal lenses are designed for people who have presbyopia, a condition in which the person can’t see the nearby placed objects. Presbyopia is an age-related condition, often occurred when people are over 40 and people often have blurred vision.
At the same time, there are different types of bifocal lenses present and they provide the same user which is the lower part of the lens is used to view the nearby objects or to do work related to reading and writing while the upper part of the lens is used to view the objects placed at a faraway distance or to do an activity like driving.
So, in the following section, we will show you the different types of bifocal lenses.