Glasses are frequently replaced.
In the United States today, there are more glasses than people. Counting prescription glasses, sunglasses, and over-the-counter readers, there are now more than 400 million pairs on the market. According to the Vision Council, an industry group, they swap out a brand new pair of glasses every two years on average.
What are the origins of saddle bridge glasses?
Rimless glasses were introduced in 1880 and were popular until the 1950s. Rimless glasses made in 1880 and 1920 lacked a nose pad. Instead, they use a saddle bridge, so they were sometimes called saddle bridge glasses. Horses are the main means of transportation. Early rimless saddle glasses were designed to be close to the face. Rimless glasses with nose pads were introduced in 1921. The nose pad keeps the glasses farther away from the face. In addition, frames can be made much larger.
What Are Pinhole Glasses?
Pinhole glasses, also called stenopeic glasses, are plastic eyewear with hundreds of pinhole-sized perforations in place of lenses. Pinhole glasses are mostly used to improve refractive errors in the eye because they shield the eye from indirect rays of light which can distort vision. This would decrease the blur circle on the back of the retina.
What should drivers notice when wearing polarized glasses?
Many drivers like to wear polarized lenses. Indeed, the polarized lens can reduce strong light, eliminate glare, so that the line of sight is natural and soft, but the polarized lens is more suitable for fishing, skiing, and other large areas of the reflective environment. Drivers sometimes have to face the tunnel and another dark scene, the polarized lens is easy to make people suddenly feel dark at the moment. In addition, polarized lenses can make LCD screens and LED traffic lights dim. Therefore, when choosing polarizers, it is best to choose good quality optics, and when going through the tunnel, it is best to take off your glasses ahead of time and blink a lot. Before wearing the driver polarizing lens, try it on and observe whether the polarizing film of the lens is smooth. If the polarizing film is uneven, there will be inflow in the imaging, which may lead to visual fatigue and migraine.
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A team of experienced eye care professionals provides comprehensive eye examinations. It offers high-quality lenses and a wide selection of stylish frames.
By utilizing the most advanced diagnostic technologies, they are committed to improving the quality of life through enhanced vision. The optical studio has a range of carefully designed frames and precision lenses. There are many lenses to choose from. Transition lenses are made from dynamic materials and can replace prescription sunglasses. UV-coated lenses can be used in ordinary glasses. Scratch-resistant coating is a clear coating that helps protect glass lenses from irritating scratches. The plastic lenses make the glasses much lighter than the glass ones. Special polycarbonate lenses greatly reduce the thickness of the lenses, giving them a more attractive silhouette. Anti-glare lenses are dipped in a special material that makes them less reflective than regular eyeglass lenses.
The fabric of eyeglasses cloth
Ordinary fabric: They are only applicable to the surface that has been cleaned.Because the ordinary fabric has no space to accommodate dirt, the surface of the cloth will be very dirty, and difficult to wash clean.
Microfiber fabrics: They are used wet to emulsify dirt and oil, and the microfiber is easier to wipe off. It is highly absorbent, making it very quick to clean the spilled liquid.
Fine fiber double velvet fabric: It feels soft, gentle, with the plump texture, but more single velvet.
Suede fabric: The feel and appearance are quite like natural suede, fine and smooth, soft and plump, used to wipe glasses. It will be clean and won't scratch the lens.
Always wear or take off glasses with both hands.
Because there is no protection of the lenses ring, it is only supported by two temples. When taking off and wearing, it should be carried out with both hands, holding the temples of the frame and gently. Using only one hand will destroy the balance of the left and right temple, easy to produce deformation of the frame.