|1.56 Blue Cut HMC Optical Lenses|
|1.56||65/70mm||NK55(Imported from Japan)|
|Abbe Value||Specific Gravity||Function|
|5-year||>97%||SPH:0.00~ -16.00/+12.00; CYL:0.00~ -6.00|
HOW DOES BLUE LIGHT AFFECT OUR SIGHT?
Most of us think of light as the absence of darkness; light is either present or absent, either natural or from a man-made source. While none of that is incorrect, there is actually much more to light than (pardon the pun) meets the eye.
WHAT IS BLUE LIGHT?
For the purposes of this article, we’ll focus on blue light, one of the many hues in all visible light.
Blue light is naturally produced by the sun but also by computer monitors, smartphone screens and other digital devices. In addition to these, blue light is produced by LED and fluorescent lights, and compact fluorescent light bulbs. Blue light is essential in maintaining your sleep and wake cycle, mood and keeping your memory sharp.
WHY WE NEED BLUE LIGHT LENSES OR GLASSES?
Blue light is everywhere - While manmade sources of blue light include fluorescent and LED lighting, flat-screen televisions, and the display screens of computers, electronic notebooks, smartphones and other digital devices; our main source of blue light is the sun, and we are most exposed to it when we are outdoors during daylight hours. This is where the most damage occurs and our children are also vulnerable to it since they are more likely to spend a significant amount of time outdoors whether at school or in the playing field.
Natural blockers are ineffective - While the cornea and lens of the eye are effective at blocking UV rays from reaching our light-sensitive retinas, almost all visible blue light passes through these barriers, which could reach and damage the delicate retina.
It contributes to digital eye strain – While this is less dangerous than the effects of the blue light generated by the sun, digital eye strain is something we are all at risk of. Most people spend at least 12 hours a day in front of a screen, though it takes as little as two hours to cause digital eye strain. Dry eyes, eye strain, headaches and tired eyes are all common results of staring at screens for too long. Blue light exposure from computers and other digital devices can be reduced with special computer glasses.
You are about to hear a fair number of cons about blue light, but it’s important to remember the pros as well. For example, some degree of blue light exposure is necessary for our overall well being. Research shows that blue light regulates circadian rhythm (the body’s wakefulness and sleep cycle), aids memory and cognitive function, boosts alertness, and can improve your mood.
We are offering blue cut for white lenses, single vision, bifocal and progressive, all designs and diameters.
Blue cut lenses can cut 100% UV rays, but don't mean can block 100% blue light, just cut part of the harmful light in blue light, and let the beneficial blue light allowed to pass.
|Hard coating||AR coating/Hard multi coating||Super hydrophobic coating|
|make the uncoated lenses are easily subjicted andexposed to scratches||protect the lens effectively from reflection,enhance functional and charity of your vision||make the lens waterproof, antistatic, anti slip and oil resistance|