Asian Fit Readers are designed foremost with Asian features in mind; however, anyone with Asian-like features might find the right fit regardless of their ethnicity. Our premium readers eliminate the aging look of reading glasses sitting at the tip of your nose and allow you to express yourself with fun, exciting styles.
Easy Clean Anti-Glare Coating
Our optical grade lenses come with Anti-Reflective coating to reduce glare from screens and blue lights at night. Our premium coatings are specially infused with an easy to clean surface, ensuring that wiping fingerprints and dust away is easy.
All of our readers incorporate lens materials that are thin and light. Unlike lenses that are thick and heavy in less expensive readers, ours will always be feather light of exceptional quality.
100% Blue Light Blocking For Your Eye Safety
Our Premium Readers incorporate lenses with special filters that block up to 100% of blue light and 100% of UV light from computer screens and hand held devices. Along with UV light, blue light is thought to cause macular damage, eyestrain, and insomnia in some people. Unlike some lenses that make these claims that are yellow, only block up to 25% of blue light, and have unsightly multi-colored coatings; our blue light filtering lenses are among the best and most attractive looking available on the market.
Learn more about the potential long-term harmful effects of Blue Light here.
WHAT IS BLUE LIGHT?
Blue light, also known as high energy visible (HEV) light, is a type of light with short wavelengths emitting a higher energy. Blue light penetrates deep into the eye, so exposure may result in:
- Damage to the retina exposing the eye to hidden spikes in intensity
- Long-term vision problems such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and cataracts
- Suppressing the natural release of melatonin, disrupting sleep
Aside from sunlight, digital screens – like those of TVs, computer/laptops, smart phones and tablets – are the most common source of individuals' blue light exposure. (Read more: thevisioncouncil.org)