The resurgence of celluloid glasses
However, in recent years, celluloid glasses have quietly returned to warm; It all started with a niche Japanese brand of handmade eyewear.
Most of Japan's top hand-made celluloid glasses are made in Mako Prefecture and are a favorite of many celebrities. Celluloid is a plasticizer with nitrocellulose as the main raw material. Cotton, pulp, and other fibers make up 70% of the raw material, which is mixed with camphor. Although the color is relatively limited, it has a unique material texture and texture, so Japanese handmade frame makers have been insisting on using it. Moreover, because celluloid is pretty stable when it dries, it can be shaped into a finer shape, keeping the frame intact even without metal leg cores.
INMIX Driving Glasses
Inmix has tried many functional innovations, like an ultralight frame that weighs only seven grams and can float on water, a blue lens that blocks radiation from computer and mobile phone screens, and an allergy nose pad. Inmix Glass is an attempt to distance itself from its competitors with a strong visual style. The performance of Inmix glasses is beyond its young brand positioning. The brand competitiveness of the old brand is not lost at all. Opening the affordable era of glasses, it truly realizes the ecological chain from factory to consumer, and gives consumers the most cost-effective high-quality glasses. Parity and quality make the sales volume double every year, and the sales volume in 2015 is more than the sum of the previous years.
What are the causes of lens damage?
When the force area of the lens is small, the impact resistance of the lens is worse. When subjected to the impact of external forces, the lens will naturally be squeezed and cause breakage.
In particular, some lenses with low degrees and high refractive index are possible to cause this phenomenon. When the frame fell from a height due to wrong placement, there is a collision between the edge of the lens and the ground or hard objects. It will produce a broken or collapsed edge. In the process of the lens falling from high, the impact force is larger, and the stress point is smaller. When the glasses are falling, the upper edge of the lens, the convex groove of the upper frame, squeezes against the lens. The middle part of the upper half is easy to cause edge collapse. In the process of processing the template, the template is not accurate, so that the glasses side and the frame can not be uniform fusion, and the force of the lens is uneven. It will be easy to lead to greater stress in some parts, resulting in edge collapse.
What's the use of color-changing lenses?
Photochromic lenses are lenses that are transparent indoors (not unlike our usual lenses) but darken when exposed to ultraviolet light. When no longer exposed to ultraviolet light, the lens will return to its original transparent state under the influence of ambient temperature. Color-changing lenses provide UV protection. It can provide adequate eye health protection, reducing exposure to sunlight. And it can reduce the risk of cataracts or other eye diseases. People who wear glasses, only need to have one pair of glasses indoors and outdoors in the sun, and they do not need to change glasses frequently.
Cheap reading glasses can cause eye strain.
The optical quality of cheap reading glasses is often not as good as that of custom glasses for computer use and reading. Moreover, cheap reading glasses often offer no protection against the high-energy blue light emitted from computer screens and other digital devices.
Blue light in electronic products
In addition to the blue light that exists in natural light, LED energy-saving lamps, fluorescent lamps, computer monitors, mobile phones, and other digital products will emit blue light because of the use of light-emitting diode LED technology. Some people think that blue light hurts the eyes because blue light is not absorbed by the cornea and lens like ultraviolet light. The blue light can pass through the refractive medium of the eye to reach the retina, and then be absorbed by the pigment epithelium of the retina, which will cause aging and functional degradation of the retina over time.
The eyes also have many protection mechanisms, such as squinting, pupil contraction, lutein contained in the macula of the retina, and the retina's own antioxidant repair mechanism, which protect our eyes from blue light damage. And after scientific testing, it is found that the blue light emitted by electronic products is only several hundredths of the intensity of blue light in natural light. This means that as long as the electronic products are not used continuously every day (for example, more than 8-10 hours a day), the blue light will not cause obvious damage to the eyes.
Online stores have fewer customer service staff and low human resources costs.
Generally speaking, to choose the website shopping, you can directly click on the website, and then get professional customer service reception. The data for each customer visit is accurate. The online stores just need to solve the customer's needs, so the customer service staff is relatively small in numbers, and the human resources investment is relatively small. So the price of glasses will be lower for each customer. Brick-and-mortar stores focus on service. Online shops is involved in the whole network competition, and the entity store is service first. The advantage of physical stores is very obvious,because they can provide perfect service. So the physical store manpower cost will increase.