Should Computer Glasses Be Same Strength As Readers?
Fri, Apr 01, 22 By : Koalaeye
Titanium alloy The definition of titanium alloy is relatively broad. As long as it contains titanium material, it can be called titanium alloy. Therefore, the quality and grade of titanium alloy glasses frames are uneven, and the component of titanium alloy has a direct impact on the price of titanium alloy glasses. Titanium alloy glasses are made not to reduce the cost, but to improve the application performance of the material. What does the Drop Ball Test have to do...

Titanium alloy

The definition of titanium alloy is relatively broad. As long as it contains titanium material, it can be called titanium alloy. Therefore, the quality and grade of titanium alloy glasses frames are uneven, and the component of titanium alloy has a direct impact on the price of titanium alloy glasses. Titanium alloy glasses are made not to reduce the cost, but to improve the application performance of the material.


What does the Drop Ball Test have to do with the eyewear industry?

FDA mandates that eyewear products must ensure their safety. Impact resistance is a basic norm for binding glasses and/or lenses in the United States. The FDA does say that a drop ball test must be performed on every glass lens for prescription use. The FDA-regulated eyewear products are common in the everyday lives of the public, and the FDA considers impact-resistant lenses to be an important part of the safe design of these devices. Today, safety lenses are rarely mentioned in our sales, but in the 1990s, when resin lenses first entered the Chinese market and glass lenses still dominated the market, safety lenses were a pretty important concept. At the time, the hardening technology has not been upgraded, and the resin lens is easy to wear out than the glass lens. The eyewear industry is relying on lightness, safety (anti-impact), comfort (anti-ultraviolet) step by step to achieve the market share of resin lenses from 1% to 100%.



Athletes wear non-prescription sunglasses.

Some people opt for non-prescription lenses for fashion reasons. Shatter-proof non-prescription glasses are popular among athletes. Cyclists wear glasses to protect their eyes from debris and to protect their eyes from the wind. Squash players may wear glasses to reduce glare on the squash court and to provide protection against ball collision or breaking up an opponent's racquet. Gun lovers can wear glasses to reduce glare in outdoor environments. Most non-prescription glasses do more than one thing, and safety is almost always a primary concern. These non-prescription sunglasses filter out harmful UV rays.


Semi-rimless glasse with lightweight structure

Semi-rimless glasses are not heavy and thus very comfortable to wear even over a long period of time. The frame is used with less material and can reduce the weight of the glasses themselves so that the glasses are lighter. And they can reduce the pressure on our bridge of the nose, for our bridge of the nose, they can reduce a lot of burdens. Because they weigh less, they have a smooth and foldable style.



Adjust the nose pad

The height of the nose pad is adjusted by first holding the glasses with one hand and holding the nose pad with pliers with the other. Then the pliers are lifted up and the nose pad is moved down until the glasses are in the correct position on the face. The asymmetrical adjustment method is to first hold the frame of the eyeglasses with one hand, the other hand clamps the nasal plate with pliers. Then twist it in the direction of the correct tray position so that the surface of the tray is in contact with the two sides of the nose. Wrap one side of the lens of the glasses to be operated with a cloth first to prevent the screwdriver from slipping and scraping the lens during the operation. Don't scratch your glasses by adjusting your nose pad.


Defects of Adolescent Progressive Lenses

Long-term use of progressive lenses will cause a deficiency of binocular physiological regulation in adolescents. Long-term use of progressive lens may lead to ocular muscle imbalance in both eyes of adolescents. After wearing a progressive lens, part of the field of vision is not clear, which will affect the activities of young people. After wearing the progressive lens, when walking downstairs, riding a bicycle, and doing various sports, you need to see through the near area under the lens to see far, which will affect your activities due to blurring. It is not comfortable to wear a progressive lens to look at an upright screen such as a computer, and the refractive power of a progressive lens in these parts is different. To see the screen clearly, it is necessary to adjust repeatedly, which is easy to cause adjustment disorders and visual fatigue, even dizziness, and eye pain.



Glasses should not have serious color differences.

Children's eyes are not fully developed, and the eyeball is still growing slowly, at this time it is best not to wear such blue light glasses with the serious color difference. If you always see things with color differences, it will cause eye discomfort, resulting in increased myopia, but the opposite. The big color difference will cause low light transmittance, affecting child macula development. In the case of long-term distortion and discoloration, visual physiology and psychology will be affected.

Blue light glasses for children have special lenses that block some light waves, which may help protect children's growing eyes from digital eye strain. Blue light lenses sometimes have a slight yellow tint. You can buy prescription or non-prescription glasses with child-size frames and lenses that filter blue light. They don't filter out all the blue light, but they can reduce your child's exposure to blue-violet light by 80 percent or more.

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