SEP 28

Benefits of Safety Glasses with Side Shields

By rxsafety

To those who do not believe that eye protection is not a vital part of personal protective equipment in the workplace, we want all of those people to sit back and rethink this through. When a workplace injury takes place, many of the workers are injured because he or she was not wearing proper eye […]

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MAY 18

6 Steps to Enjoy Progressive Lenses Despite Astigmatism

By rxsafety

Finding the right eyewear is crucial, regardless of the situation. Whether you simply want to enjoy a good TV show clearly, or need glasses to see clearly during your morning commute or work, you have to make sure to find exactly what you’re looking for.  Unfortunately, that seemingly simple statement can quickly become complicated. Put […]

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MAR 30

The Science Behind Progressive Glass Lenses

By rxsafety

Also known as multifocal lenses, progressive glass lenses are those that offer more than two or three lenses. They allow you to be able to see with the power of all viewing distances. For instance, with bifocals you get two lenses and with trifocals there are three but with multifocal or progressive glass lenses, you […]

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JAN 18

Why Progressive Lenses are Blurry on the Sides and How To Adapt

By rxsafety

Progressive lenses offer a total solution for anyone who is seeking a single pair of eyeglasses to optimize clarity. Before the advent of progressive lenses, people would have to change their eyeglasses for different purposes. When progressive lenses first made their debut in the late 1950s, the multi-purpose construction of progressive lenses captured the attention of […]

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MAR 30

Prescription Wiley-X Glasses: Do You Need Progressive Lenses for Sports?

By rxsafety

For some sports, you can get by without progressive lenses because they only require vision correction for distance. If you’re a runner, a single vision lens for distance works fine if you don’t need to read a map and if you’re running on pavement. However, map usage will require near vision and running on trails […]

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JUL 27

Why Do I Need Progressive Lenses And Where Do I Find The Best Frames?

By rxsafety

Presbyopia, a natural change in the eye’s ability to focus due to the eye’s lens stiffening with age, can be an embarrassing diagnosis from an optician. Presbyopia means that an eyewear prescription requires bifocals or even trifocals. Anyone who chooses to wear glasses dreads the day when their prescription includes the need for “the lines”. Corrective […]

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JUN 14

How Long Does it Take to Adjust to New Progressive Lenses?

By rxsafety

So, you have your new bifocals and are excited to be able to see clearly and read your favorite but except for one thing – they are difficult to adjust to. If you are wondering how long does it take to adjust to progressive lenses, then we have a few answers that will set your […]

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JUN 12

Are Progressives the Lenses for You?

By rxsafety

So, you’re 40-something, and you’ve been starting to hold things you want to read at arm’s length, or taking your glasses off when you need to see something close-up.  You’ve passed another life milestone in that you now need glasses to read.  If you already needed glasses, that means you’re going to need a whole […]

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MAR 28

Will Stick-On Bifocals Work For Your Daily Life?

By rxsafety

Did you have a tough year last as year as far as your vision goes? You have probably tried numerous things to help your vision, but you have not had any luck. Have you ever read or heard about stick on bifocals and wondered if Stick-On bifocals will actually work for you? Stick-On bifocals are lenses that […]

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MAR 10

Stick-On Bifocals: Discover the Many Benefits of Bifocal Lenses That Stick on With Water

By rxsafety

Do you have to constantly switch your distance eyeglasses to reading glasses when doing close-up work or reading fine print? In other words, do you have a separate pair of eyeglasses just for reading, besides at least one other pair for distance viewing? This isn’t necessary when you use stick-on bifocal lenses. Simply put, these […]

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FEB 04

Bifocal or Progressive Lenses – Which is Right for You?

By rxsafety

When it comes to choose prescription eyeglasses or sunglasses, it is often difficult to know what to choose unless you are reading eyeglass tech articles. Sure, your optometrist knows which ones to recommend but often you are still left wondering if you’ve made the right decision. When it comes to choosing bi-focal or progressive lenses, […]

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SEP 24

What Are the Advantages of Free Form Progressive Lenses?

By rxsafety

Free form progressive lenses are becoming more and more popular in eyewear today because of their maximized visual performance and their ability to be personalized for anyone who wears them. What Are Free Form Progressive Lenses? Free form lenses are the most popular type of high definition lenses and are made by free form technology […]

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SEP 22

What Are Digital Progressive Eyeglass Lenses?

By rxsafety

Digital progressive lenses are sometimes referred to as “no-line bifocals” or “no-line trifocals” and are multifocal lenses that allow the wearer to comfortably view both near and far distances.  Digital progressive lenses offer both cosmetic and functional advantages compared to traditional lenses. How Do Digital Progressive Lenses Work? Digital progressive lenses are customized lenses designed […]

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MAR 16

Best Onguard Prescription Safety Glasses

By rxsafety

OnGuard Safety is one of the leading providers of prescription safety eyewear for industrial, sports, and general consumer applications. They offer almost a hundred different frame and style varieties, in nearly every prescription and featuring scores of options. Today we’ll preview Onguard’s best prescription safety glasses. “Best,” of course, is a relative term, and in […]

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OCT 23

What Type of Bifocal Has No Image Jump?

By cosmick

It’s a common, unavoidable side effect of normal aging. The lenses of your eye stiffen and lose flexibility, making it harder to focus on objects at a close range. This condition is known as presbyopia. Presbyopia Condition in which the aging eye, beginning at around age 40, is unable to focus at all distances, often noticed […]

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SEP 30

Wearing Progressive Bifocals for the First Time

By cosmick

Need one prescription to see long distance and a different one to see objects at close range? The answer is simple: get a bifocal lens. But bifocals are not without inherent issues. Foremost among them is the “image jump” that results when your eye crosses the line in a bifocal that separates the distance portion […]

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APR 23

How Progressive Lenses Work

By cosmick

How can it be a bifocal without a line? About Progressive Lenses Progressive lenses, or progressive no-line bifocals, are a type of lens with varying prescription strengths depending on which part of the lens you’re looking through. Unlike traditional bifocals, however, progressive lenses do not have a line separating the distance prescription from the near prescription. […]

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