Sunglasses or sun glasses are a form of protective eye wear designed primarily to prevent bright sunlight and high-energy visible light from damaging or discomforting the eyes. They also help cancel out harmful UV rays from the sun.
Single lens has the same focal power throughout and can be used to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, or a combination of these disorders. Most people who wear glasses before the age of 40 have single vision lenses
Many people after reaching age 40 develop a condition called presbyopia, which is a deterioration in the ability of the eye's natural lens to expand or contract in order to focus on close objects. People with presbyopia need a special lens for reading and may need a different lens for seeing in the distance. Bifocal lenses have two parts: the upper part normally used for distance vision and the lower part used for near-vision tasks such as reading. The segment for near-vision correction can be half-moon, flat-top, round segment, the entire bottom half of the lens which is called executive, or ribbon style.
CR39 Plastic Lenses
CR 39 plastic has been the standard lens material for several decades. It is the most economical lens material and has excellent optical properties. However It is not recommended for lenses stronger than +/- 2.50, polycarbonate or high index would produce a lighter and thinner lens. Plastic lenses do not block the ultraviolet rays of the sun.
Sun Sensor Lenses
Sun Sensor Lenses Transitions lenses are available for nearly every lens design, refractive index, and prescription. Performance features include advanced variable-tint technology that allows rapid darkening when you go outside, rapid return to clear when you go inside, and 100% UV protection. They come in regular, lightweight plastic materials as well as in high-index plastic and polycarbonate. They have a front-surface coating that changes color to gray or brown when exposed to ultraviolet light. The changeable coating means that the color darkens evenly regardless of lens prescription or thickness
Varilux lenses provide clear vision at all distances (traditional bifocals and trifocals do not). There is no "image jump" or shifting of the object being viewed when changing between distance and near vision (traditional bifocals and trifocals have image jump). Many feel that Varilux lenses make the wearer look younger than line bifocals.
AR Coated Lenses
Today's anti-reflective (AR) coatings are multi-layered that increases light transmission to 99.5%. Two distinct benefits of AR coating applied to your lenses are cosmetic and visual. Annoying reflections impair contrast and clarity and create spots and ghost images.
We have many designs of eye-wear in like the following designs, included here which are few in, and also the design can be adjusted according to your choice.
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