The role of blue light blocking glasses
Blue light blocking glasses can effectively isolate ultraviolet rays and radiation, as well as filter blue light. They are generally used when watching computers, TVs and mobile phones. In daily life, especially office workers, they often feel eye fatigue, dry and sore eyes, which are all caused by staring at the electronic screen for a long time.
Blue light blocking glasses can effectively reduce the damage of blue light to the eyes. The blue light blocking lenses can effectively block harmful blue light within a certain distance, resist the damage of lens diseases to the eyes, and reduce the visual fatigue caused by blue light. Outdoors can also reduce the discomfort caused by strong ultraviolet rays to the eyes, and avoid the damage caused by ultraviolet rays to the eyes.
Our eye protection should be always all-time, and we can’t rely on blue light blocking glasses. It can only block some of the blue light’s damage to the eyes. Whether studying or working, you must pay attention to the rest of the eyes and try to reduce the brightness of the electronic screen. More importantly, developing good eye habits is better than anything else.
What Are Anti-Glare Glasses?
Anti-glare glasses are made with lenses that have an anti-glare coating or anti-reflective coating. This is an extremely thin layer placed on the lens itself so as to remove any reflections you might see from the surface of the glasses. This improves your vision by reducing the amount of glare that reflects off of your lenses.
Women's glasses are increasingly fashionable.
As for the color, there are a variety of metallic colors, unreal colors, transparent or translucent tones. The frame design is gorgeous and dazzling. There is an implicit low-key style with the brand logo embedded in the frame. Many models combine two or more materials, such as metals and plastics, in a unique way. There are both very bright colors and natural hues, with a wide selection.
Keyhole glasses are different from saddle glasses.
Glasses without nasal pads are common, usually with plastic eyewear frames and metal frames. Plastic frames without nose pads usually have a saddle-shaped nose area, therefore this type of bridge is called a saddle bridge. The keyhole is designed to touch the two points of the bridge of the nose, eliminating pressure from the top of the nose. This style is a bold fashion statement for both men and women. The design has short pads on either side of the nose, which is thought to be the most comfortable area.
General glasses material has plastic and metal two categories. Because the children's glasses degrees change faster, from the economic point of view, choosing plastic material is more affordable. And children love to move, they do not pay much attention to pick up and put on glasses. Choosing metal material is easy to distort, affecting the normal wearing. The material of the lens should be light and thin. The transmittance and refractive index should be high, and it should be wear-resistant and not easy to break.
The Role of Fishing Sunglasses
The special effect of the polarized lens is to effectively eliminate and filter the scattered light from the beam. In general, a polarized lens can arrange all the light in the same direction, so that the visual field is clear and natural. It also blocks ultraviolet light, reducing damage to the eyes and clearing out blinding light. Fishing glasses have the function of polarized light, so they can block all harmful light without affecting the transmission of visible light, which can really achieve the function of eye protection. In addition to the basic anti-ultraviolet function, fishing glasses also have the functions of anti-glare, reducing pavement reflection light and water scale light, etc., suitable for driving, fishing, tourism, and daily wear.
Learn the 9 Necessary Parts of Glasses
Rims: the rims lend form and character to your eyeglasses and they also provide function by holding the lenses in place.
End pieces: they are small parts on the frame that extend outward and connect the lenses to the temple.
Bridge: it is the center of the frame that rests on your nose and joins the two rims together.
Hinges: hinges sit between the end pieces and the temple, allowing you to close your glasses folding the temple inward.
Lenses: lenses are the essential parts of eyeglasses. They are clear pieces of glasses, plastic or other lens materials held in place by the rims. The lenses are crafted and shaped with your unique prescription to help you to see clearly.
Screws: they are the small metal fasteners near the hinges and they are used to connect the end pieces with the temples.
Nose pads: nose pads give your glasses a more comfortable and secure fit. They are the round plastic pieces under the bridge that sit on your nose.
Pad arms: pad arms are able to extend from the rims and hold the nose pads in place. They are adjustable to fit the natural shape of your face.
Temples: temples are the long arms on both sides of the frame that fit over your ears for a snug fit.
These are all the 9 essential parts of eyeglasses. Knowing the name of parts of glasses can help you to repair them once they are broken or crooked.