Are you tired of letting the glare of your computer bother you all the time and then wondering why your vision is getting worse and worse? The consistent glare from a computer monitor isn’t exactly the healthiest thing for your eyes.
VS Eyewear would like to introduce you to our high quality computer anti-glare glasses: Sheer Vision – clear double sided anti-reflective lenses and Sheer Glare– peach/light beige double sided anti-reflective, anti-glare lenses. Our company devoted the necessary time and resources to developing high-quality anti-glare glasses for computer users. These glasses not only do the job, but they’re also the most comfortable and stylish to wear.
Here’s how we did it…Sheer Vision & Sheer Glare are enhanced polycarbonate plastic lens materials with a unique coating applied to both the front and back surfaces. The coating on our anti-glare glasses for computer glare creates a unique physical characteristic on the lens that resembles an oily residue or a drop of water in a puddle. This unique coating eliminates the glare from any computer monitor while the enhanced polycarbonate material blocks the harmful UV light rays coming from the screen. These UV lights are normally very dangerous to the retina. The combination of these two materials on computer monitor eyeglasses allows the user to view the computer monitor with a softness and a contrast between colors unlike ever before.
Not only do Sheer Vision & Sheer Glare computer monitor eyeglasses reduce glare and UV light intake, but our state of the art lenses ALSO reduce headaches that usually are caused by prolonged, unprotected exposure to the persistent onslaught of harmful rays from all computer monitors. These anti-glare glasses for computers offer excellent protection for the harmful Blue Light!
We offer a broad range of our own high-quality economy plastic, metal, wrap and semi-rimless anti-glare computer glasses frames as well as inserting anti-glare lenses into Wiley X, Nike, Lacoste, Flexon, Autoflex and Marchon Frames.
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