LifeArt Alloy Semi-Rimless Reading Glasses,Blue Light Blocking G

LifeArt Alloy Semi-Rimless Reading Glasses,Blue Light Blocking G

LifeArt Alloy Semi-Rimless Reading Glasses,Blue Light Blocking G

LifeArt Alloy Semi-Rimless Reading Glasses,Blue Light Blocking G:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I’ve been using reading glasses for a good 10-12 years now. I had to keep going back to the Scojo Gels to be fully satisfied. Especially when it came to “clear vision”, meaning NO distortion anywhere in the lens, from any angle. Distortion on cheaper glasses tends to happen around the “edges” of the lens. This Life Arts brand delivers that “crystal clear vision” I have to have, and does so with the blue light blocking benefit to boot, which Scojo Gels don’t offer, and they do so without “tinting” the lenses that ugly yellowish color, although some of their models do do that, but I’m happy with a lower blocking ability, I think it’s 37%, vs like 50-60% for the yellow tinted styles. Im happy with this model and one other style in this brand, I bought, which is my favorite, simply because the lens height is several mm’s less, and while they are only semi rimless, meaning a frame on the top half, the rim is so thin it looks rimless. I was happy to just have that one good pair but when I saw in my watch list, this style dip significantly in price, I grabbed as a back up pair. So I now have 2 blue blocker pair and several other brands of regular cheaper readers. In past years ALL cheaper brands, like under -, for a single pair, would have distorted lens areas, at some viewing angle, so I would only buy brands that outright said “clear vision” or my favorite, “optical quality”, or similar wording. I was, and still am, amazed at how many brands and sellers don’t mention ANYTHING about the lens quality. It’s all about durability and style, which are secondary in my book. Having said that though, the reading glass industry seems to have maybe crossed a milestone in their evolution, in regards to “clear vision”. Although I did just send back a pair of those rimless slim “Fisherman” glasses, a couple months ago because the distortion was significant at the top and bottom edges, and even had a a warp or something in the middle of one lens. They go for around but got mine in the Amazon “warehouse”, used, which means good as new, so I only paid something ... wanted to give em a try with their high 4+ star rating, but all they did is confirm my old rule of thumb suspicion about distortions with cheaper glasses. Since then I’ve bought several cheaper pairs that are remarkably distortion free. Like the brand Double Take, which were about the best of the “cheap” brands I’d tried in the past, and they’re now even better. Anyhow, since then I bought the cheapest glasses of any cheapies anywhere ever, on Amazon, a colorful mixed set, of 4 pair, for .99.. . And not on sale, that’s their everyday price ... and I couldn’t believe it ... crystal clear lenses. No distortion. So I take it the tech is finally catching up to the lower end of the market, where even cheap brands will start to offer good clear viewing. — I do prefer a slightly smaller frame than this style I’m reviewing here, and the size of this style is at the maximum size I would ever consider. But that’s a personal preference, people seem to like the bigger frames nowadays. So I suggest paying attention to the measurements, and if they’re in line with what you like, these are a home run.san francisco mall,max 60% off,new york mallLifeArt Alloy Semi-Rimless Reading Glasses,Blue Light Blocking G
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  • Reflect and filter blue light, prevent color distortion, 7-layer anti-reflective coating to reflect and filter blue light, reduce eyestrain and sleep better. High light transmittance with no noticeable yellow tint to prevent color distortion, minimize glare from digital screens.
  • Thinner and durable, the multi-layer coating is combined into a single layer with a thickness of only 10um, increases the surface hardness of the lens, prevent scratches and abrasion.
  • High-Definition Clarity – Offering crystal-clear comfort over tinted yellow lenses enjoy seeing colors more naturally when staring at digital screens or outdoor areas.
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LifeArt Alloy Semi-Rimless Reading Glasses,Blue Light Blocking G

LifeArt Alloy Semi-Rimless Reading Glasses,Blue Light Blocking G:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I’ve been using reading glasses for a good 10-12 years now. I had to keep going back to the Scojo Gels to be fully satisfied. Especially when it came to “clear vision”, meaning NO distortion anywhere in the lens, from any angle. Distortion on cheaper glasses tends to happen around the “edges” of the lens. This Life Arts brand delivers that “crystal clear vision” I have to have, and does so with the blue light blocking benefit to boot, which Scojo Gels don’t offer, and they do so without “tinting” the lenses that ugly yellowish color, although some of their models do do that, but I’m happy with a lower blocking ability, I think it’s 37%, vs like 50-60% for the yellow tinted styles. Im happy with this model and one other style in this brand, I bought, which is my favorite, simply because the lens height is several mm’s less, and while they are only semi rimless, meaning a frame on the top half, the rim is so thin it looks rimless. I was happy to just have that one good pair but when I saw in my watch list, this style dip significantly in price, I grabbed as a back up pair. So I now have 2 blue blocker pair and several other brands of regular cheaper readers. In past years ALL cheaper brands, like under -, for a single pair, would have distorted lens areas, at some viewing angle, so I would only buy brands that outright said “clear vision” or my favorite, “optical quality”, or similar wording. I was, and still am, amazed at how many brands and sellers don’t mention ANYTHING about the lens quality. It’s all about durability and style, which are secondary in my book. Having said that though, the reading glass industry seems to have maybe crossed a milestone in their evolution, in regards to “clear vision”. Although I did just send back a pair of those rimless slim “Fisherman” glasses, a couple months ago because the distortion was significant at the top and bottom edges, and even had a a warp or something in the middle of one lens. They go for around but got mine in the Amazon “warehouse”, used, which means good as new, so I only paid something ... wanted to give em a try with their high 4+ star rating, but all they did is confirm my old rule of thumb suspicion about distortions with cheaper glasses. Since then I’ve bought several cheaper pairs that are remarkably distortion free. Like the brand Double Take, which were about the best of the “cheap” brands I’d tried in the past, and they’re now even better. Anyhow, since then I bought the cheapest glasses of any cheapies anywhere ever, on Amazon, a colorful mixed set, of 4 pair, for .99.. . And not on sale, that’s their everyday price ... and I couldn’t believe it ... crystal clear lenses. No distortion. So I take it the tech is finally catching up to the lower end of the market, where even cheap brands will start to offer good clear viewing. — I do prefer a slightly smaller frame than this style I’m reviewing here, and the size of this style is at the maximum size I would ever consider. But that’s a personal preference, people seem to like the bigger frames nowadays. So I suggest paying attention to the measurements, and if they’re in line with what you like, these are a home run.san francisco mall,max 60% off,new york mallLifeArt Alloy Semi-Rimless Reading Glasses,Blue Light Blocking G