The Pros of Transitions Lenses
First, we will show you the advantages of the transition lenses.
Transition lenses or photochromic glasses are quite cost-effective. With the transition lenses, you don’t have to buy two pairs of glasses: prescription glasses or normal glasses and you do not need to switch them frequently. So, they are also convenient and bring you great convenience.
Carrying two pairs of glasses means that you are much more likely to lose or misplace either of them. Having only one pair of glasses can limit the risk of losing glasses. In addition, transition glasses provide more protection than normal sunglasses. They can filter out a good deal of harmful UV rays from the sun so as to protect your eyes.
What’s more, transition glasses come in a lot of different styles, shades, and tints suitable for anyone’s taste, so it won’t limit your fashion and make you look more fashionable.
Type of eyeglasses cloth
There are many kinds of cloth for glasses. There is mainly sheepskin eyewear cloth, and there is microfiber eyewear cloth. There are suede and double-sided cloth and so on. Professional eyewear cloth must use more than 200 grams of weight/per cubic centimeter of microfiber. This kind of raw material chemical fiber is fine, and tactility is soft, so it will not damage the lens. This kind of wipe cloth can be used on a computer screen. The two sides of the cloth are different, and the smooth side is used to scrub the lenses. Because the dirt on the lens is mostly small. The rough side is designed to give you more friction when you touch it with your finger, so you can use it more easily, and you can clean it more.
How Long Does It Take to Get Used to New Glasses?
Most people are excited when they get a new pair of glasses for the first time. But sometimes there is an adjustment period before your vision is fully comfortable. So, how long does it take to get used to new glasses?
In most cases, it takes only a few days to adjust to a new pair of glasses. When you are adjusting to your new glasses, you might experience some symptoms such as mild dizziness, blurry vision, or eye strain. This would be a normal situation. These symptoms are common with new glasses and typically last only a few days.
Even though the new glasses come with the same prescription, different frames or lenses can alter your vision until you get used to the new frame style, frame material or lens type.
Besides, other factors will affect the adjustment time, such as the complexity of your prescription, the type of lens, and so on.
How long does it take to adjust to new glasses? It usually takes a few days. However, if you experience eye strain, distorted vision, and especially headaches for a few weeks, you had better contact the eye doctor or the optician. They will check your eyeglass and the prescription.
What Should You Do If Your Glasses Are Broken?
Professional eyewear repair shops have professional repair tools. It's relatively easy to fix the bent frame by yourself. Still, there are reasons to get a professional to fix them. Your local eyewear repair shop can quickly reshape metal and plastic frames and make sure they fit. Many professional optical shops will make small adjustments free of charge. The frame is completely broken and requires special tools and skills to fix. Frames are too fragile to repair at home, and trying to do so could cause even more damage to your frames. The lenses are damaged and you may need to replace them. Make sure your prescriptions are up to date. If your prescription is not up to date, you need to schedule an eye exam before changing your lenses.
About Polarized Sunglasses
Polarized sunglasses only absorb the reflected light of the object itself, presenting what is being seen, making the field of view clearer and thus reducing eye strain. In addition, the light through a bumpy road, water, and other places also can produce irregular diffuse light. The polarized lens can be this kind of optical filter, only absorbing the reflection of the object itself. Because of its high-efficiency filter layer, the UV blocking rate of the polarized sunglasses is 99%, which can effectively reduce UV damage to the eyes. And if you are driving, fishing, traveling, skiing, it is recommended to choose more powerful polarized sunglasses.
A round face fits on a square frame.
The human face of a round face is shorter. So they had better match the slender frames that take curves slightly to reconcile the whole feeling. Angular and square frames are helpful to modify facial lines (prominent longitudinal lines). This can promote strengths and avoid weaknesses so that your face appears contour.
Transition Lenses Problems
Here, we will show you some common transition lenses problems.
Transition lenses are typically embedded with photo-sensitive chemicals or coated with similar films that produce the shading effect when exposed to light. This process makes the lens more expensive to manufacture and focuses on prescription glasses, thus raising the transition glasses cost. The transition lenses cost may be twice of the regular glasses lenses.
When you are driving with the transition glasses, they will fail to work. Car windshields typically come standard with anti-glare effects or films and laminates that break up some of the direct sunlight that enters the vehicle. This will reduce the transition lens effects, causing them to register a non-lit condition when the direct sunlight can actually be very bright.