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Get the Sunglasses that Suit You Best

  • August 27, 2016

    Get the Sunglasses that Suit You Best

    Before as technology for processing improves and new substances come into the market, Sunglasses made out of molded carbon fiber with scratch-resistant lenses would fix a lot of standard sunglass-related problems.Eyewear materials cover a wider range than ever. Options from horn and wood to acetate, carbon fiber, and memory metals shape today's frames.

    Zerpico has taken innovation to a entire new level with their new Tech line of sunglasses that feature real carbon fiber and Texalium. Zerpico uses seven layers of carbon fiber mixed with resin, and then water-cuts them to create the different parts of the frame. Source for more about carbon fiber sunglasses.

    This makes the glasses very lightweight while also being strong and flexible. Like sitting on them. Or having them fall off your face. They are also lightweight and with a blend of metal supplies, metal alloys such as monel are the most widely used frame material. Being flexible is what enables it to absorb energy without fracturing.

    Ticral is a commonly used blend of copper and titanium, and chrome. Polycarbonate lenses are up to ten times extra impact-resistant than plastic or glass lenses and they provide 100% protection in the sun's harmful UV rays and adding towards the comfort of your eyeglasses and sunglasses, and sports eyewear.

    Polycarbonate is an impressive impact resistant lens. Ironically, a relatively ‘soft’ material, part of the reason it’s so strong is because it’s. But being a soft material requires a scratch-resistant coating to prevent surface scratches. Once a scratch-resistant coating is applied, your polycarbonate lenses are going to be nearly as hard as glass-yet remain very impact-resistant.

    The frames specifically created for safety are strongly suggested To ensure the safest eyewear at operate and during sporting activities. Your eye care professional can advise you which frames are safety-rated and ideal suited for the lifestyle and at perform and at home.