Products & Services | Optical Thirty 8, Factory Direct Eyeglasses

By: Optical Thirty 8  09-12-2011
Keywords: Lenses, Computer Screens

In other retail stores, these coatings usually require an additional fee. At Optical Thirty 8, you get it all for free!

Scratch-Resistance Coating
(a.k.a. Anti-Scratch Coating)

This coating helps to prevent tiny hairline fractures that can arise from the daily use of glasses. This helps your glasses stay brand new for a long time to come!

UV Protection Coating

Over-exposure to UV rays can cause serious harm to your eyes; such as the development of cataracts. Cataracts are the most preventable common eye disease in North America, as long as there is UV protection in the lens.

Hydrophobic Coating
(a.k.a. Water-Proof Coating)

This coating will make cleaning your lenses a breeze! This coating acts as a barrier between your lenses and external deposits such as fingerprint oil smudges, water stains, dust, etc. In other words, when you wipe the lenses the deposits come off without effort.

Anti-Reflection Coating
(a.k.a. Anti-Glare Coating)

Anti-reflective coated lenses help to reduce eye fatigue in many situations, particularly while viewing computer screens and driving at night. Without it, approximately 8% to 10% of the light is reflected away from the lens, removing valuable detail from your line of sight. Likewise, as a certain amount of light is reflected off the lens surface, it creates glare. AR coated lenses allow 99% of available light to pass through without interruption, thereby reducing glare considerably. The end result? A clear view of your beautiful eyes through the lenses.

Anti-Radiation Filter

Anti-radiation filters are extremely effective in reducing eyestrain caused by prolonged periods of time spent in front of the television or computer screen. The anti-radiation is becoming increasingly important as computers are more and more integrated into our everyday lives!

Keywords: Computer Screens, Lenses,

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