Driving With Sunglasses
Tue, Jun 14, 22 By : Koalaeye
Plate Frame Glasses processed with acetate sheets become sheet frames. The plate frame is not easy to burn, the specific gravity is small, and the base arc is not irradiated by ultraviolet rays to change color. In addition, it has high hardness, good gloss, and durability, but it is not easy to bake and the temperature is 115-130 degrees. The style is more beautiful, and it is not easy to deform after wearing. The current market is that the plate...

Plate Frame

Glasses processed with acetate sheets become sheet frames. The plate frame is not easy to burn, the specific gravity is small, and the base arc is not irradiated by ultraviolet rays to change color. In addition, it has high hardness, good gloss, and durability, but it is not easy to bake and the temperature is 115-130 degrees. The style is more beautiful, and it is not easy to deform after wearing. The current market is that the plate frame combines the thickness of the plate and the metal texture, and combines different types of lenses to create fashion and personality. There are not only retro-style frames, but also popular frames, combining a variety of elements to create classic glasses frames. Its workmanship has undergone complex processes such as turning, grinding, and polishing, so it is relatively high-end.


How to maintain a hard-coated lens?

The hard-coated resin lenses can be identified by the sound of the tabletop tapping and the color brightness of the lenses. The lenses, which sound clear and have bright edges, are hardened. In daily use, avoid overheating environment. Avoid contacting with alkaline liquid, so as not to cause damage to the lens. And this damage is usually not formed in an instant.

Long-term use, sun exposure, and so on may make the coating slowly fall off. If the production of hard film technology is worse, the film is easier to fall off. When cleaning and adding a hard-coated lens, clean the particles on the front and rear surfaces of the lens with clean water first, and then blot dry with a clean soft cloth. Do not wipe the surface when the lens is dry.



Lunor - Glasses For Men

Many of Lunor's metal frames are made from high-quality titanium, gold, and stainless steel. In addition to the special process of making titanium, all-metal frames are made by hand in a factory in Germany, fully reflecting the craftsmanship and thought behind the production of the brand. The texture and professional demeanor of the glasses are strong. The brand is very good at combining classical and modern. What we can see is that the nose pad and the frames are made of pure titanium, so there's no allergic effect.


How to Keep Glasses from Slipping

Stick-on Nose Pads

Nose pads would be a good choice to prevent glasses to slide down your nose. Hence, you can stick a pair of rubber pieces in the nose pads of your glasses or you can choose a pair of glasses with rubberized nose pads. If you want to try a pair of nose pads glasses, the Koalaeye Optical may be a good choice. The rubber nose pads will make you feel steadier and better and the additional resistance on the nose pad will surely provide more support. So, if your glasses often slip down from your nose, try this way.

Wax Coating

To keep glasses from slipping, you can try wax coating which is a smart move. Use the wax on your nose pad area along with the temple where the glasses come into contact with the skin. In general, it works fine and it is nearly invisible.

Temple Ear Hook

The temple ear hook is a good way to keep glasses from slipping. It can provide mechanical support behind the ear and you will feel the support from the back of your ears. But the drawback of the temple ear hook is that it is quite visible. When you take off the lenses, you need to lift the temple higher so that the ear hook could clear the ear’s crest. Besides, the cheaper one might cause some discomfort to the back of your ears because of the pressure.

Rubber Bands and Hair Ties

To keep glasses from slipping, you can also try hair ties and rubber bands. You can tie one around the temple tip behind your ear so that it can provide both slight mechanical support and friction forbidding your glasses from moving around. What’s more, this is a low-cost method.



How to Choose Glasses for Long Face?

Thick frame glasses: the third glasses for long faces we want to mention are the thick frame glasses. They can add width to your face for a more balanced look.

Aviator glasses: to balance the feature of long face, aviator glasses are a good choice, which includes a wider top and more narrow bottom, pairs perfectly with a long face.

Long faces have a long list of options when it comes to selecting the perfect pair of frames. Whether you are looking for a more polished, academic look or prefer a more casually cool style, you can find a pair of glasses making your personality pop.

Therefore, if you need a pair of glasses for long faces, you can try Koalaeye glasses. They are stylish and cheap. In addition, you can get a pair of prescription glasses online and the glasses will be mailed to you.


When do you need blue-light-blocking glasses?

Anti-blue light glasses are suitable for wearing when using LED digital display devices like TV, computer, PAD, and mobile phone. However, it is not recommended to wear anti-blue light glasses for a long time in daily life, because the anti-blue light glasses filter part of the blue light and the picture will be yellow when viewing objects. It is recommended to wear two pairs of glasses, one pair of ordinary glasses for daily use. A pair of anti-blue light glasses to use for computers and other LED display digital products.



Why should you choose thin lenses?

Regular lenses are great for low-prescription people, but for high-prescription people, high-prescription regular lenses are too thick and heavy, making them unattractive and have a poor wearing experience. For high-prescription people, we recommend that they choose thin lenses with a high refractive index because they are lighter and more attractive to wear. For any astigmatism above +3.00, we recommend 1.67 or 1.74 refractive index lenses because these lenses are aspherical in design, which means they are thinner, flatter, and lighter than standard spherical lenses, which reduces the magnification of your eyes to other people.

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