ShadyVEU HD blue light blocking Glasses
The anti-reflective yellow and amber lenses are the best choices for outdoor vision protection, as they reduce high-intensity glare from bright lights (headlights, LED signs, etc.) at night. They are suitable for daytime driving with a clear vision, especially in low light conditions such as rain, haze, and winter. Yellow and amber-colored lenses help block out our computer screens, smartphones, games consoles, tablets, and TVs, helping to prevent melatonin suppression and thus helping wearers fall asleep faster.
They are suitable for sports, hunting, fishing, cycling, work, practical and construction work, day driving, night driving, bright days, snow days, and low light conditions.
To protect the lens.
Avoid getting chemicals on your glasses, and if you do, rinse with water immediately. If there is sweat and grease on the glasses, they should be washed to avoid corrosion. Do not use clothes or towels to wipe the lenses. Rubbing the lens with a rough cloth can cause scratches on the surface of the lens. So it is best to use special glasses cloth when you wipe the lenses, and when you wipe the glasses, you must hold the glasses on one side of the frame with your hand, and then gently wipe the glasses with the glasses cloth. Remember not to overexert, otherwise, it is easy to cause frame and lens damage.
Where to Buy Glasses for Big Heads?
After learning which eyeglasses frames are suitable for big heads, you may ask where to buy them. To buy them, the online glasses store - Koalaeye Optical is recommended. It provides all kinds of glasses, eyeglasses and frames. What’s more, these glasses frames are cheap and stylish. You can also get the prescription glasses online and they will be mailed to you with great convenience.
Bifocal lenses have two observation areas separated by visible lines, a larger observation distance area, and a smaller reading area. It may take some time for people who are wearing bifocal glasses for the first time to get used to the lenses. This is mainly due to learning how to move the eyes between the observation distance area and the reading area. Some people will also find that there will be an 'image jump' phenomenon at the visible line between the distance and the reading area, especially for those with limited mobility, who must look down when walking. The best way to get used to bifocals is to wear them as much as possible.
Eyeglass Holder- Cat
It has a universal design for reading glasses for men, women, or children. It's easy to find your glasses in the room. The decorative bracket makes your glasses convenient. You can enjoy a lovely desk or bedside table spectacle frame specially designed to accommodate your reading glasses. The frame has a special slot in the nose that fits perfectly on the arm of your glasses. With this cute and convenient stand, you won't lose or misplace your readers -- it's easy to find on cluttered desks!
How to Adjust Glasses If They Pinch Your Nose
In some cases, glasses will pinch your nose, so you also need to adjust them, too. If the glasses frames are metal, you should simply widen the plastic nose pads using your thumbs until the frames fit comfortably. If the glasses frames are plastic, you should soak the arms of your glasses in warm water for 30-60 seconds, and gently apply upward and outward pressure on the end of the arms to get a more relaxed fit.
After that, your glasses will become more suitable.
Unfortunately, not all glasses can be adjusted by yourself at home. You can’t adjust some glasses which are based on the material of your glasses. For example, the glasses with the following material can’t be adjusted at home:
1. Aluminum alloy.
2. Memory plastic.
3. Titanium or memory titanium.
If your glasses are made of these materials, you can’t adjust them by yourself at home. If something goes worse, you need to buy a new pair of glasses. It is also risky to adjust the rimless or semi-rimless glasses by yourself at home.
As for how to tighten glasses or how to adjust glasses, you may have brief knowledge after reading this post. If your glasses are already broken or you want to get a pair of new glasses, you can try Koalaeye Optical, which is cheap and has a free shipping service.
Do blue light glasses really protect your eyes?
Scientists at the University of Kansas in the United States summarized the results of studies around the world in the past 30 years and pointed out that there is not enough evidence in human trials to prove that blue light is related to macular degeneration, and there is no test showing that blocking blue light glasses are related to macular degeneration. Moreover, experts from the University of S?o Paulo in Brazil have observed after five years that patients who use anti-blue light intraocular lenses after cataract surgery have no difference in the incidence of macular disease compared with those who use ordinary intraocular lenses.