TRANSITIONS® ADAPTIVE LENSES®
Transitions® lenses seamlessly adapt to changing light, from clear indoors to dark outdoors, and every shade in between.
All of our frames come with an
At night, your color recognition, peripheral vision, and depth perception are all affected negatively. Anti glare night driving glasses can help increase visibility and reaction time. Crizal® no-glare coating will make your lenses more clear so you can drive more comfortably at night.
Computer Related Eye Strain
Has this ever happened to you? You’re at work or school, working on the computer all day long, and by the end of the day, you realize your eyes are burning. That spreadsheet is probably not the only thing to blame… You may be experiencing digital eye strain, or computer vision syndrome, which can occur when the eyes overwork themselves which then leads to strained eyes that causes symptoms such as head and neck aches, blurred vision, dry eyes and shoulder pain. Computer related eye strain can be lessened with a pair of glasses with No-Glare eyeglass lenses.
Digital products, such as computers, phones, and tablets, are an unavoidable part of our everyday lives so it is important to take preventative measures to reduce the pain.
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Send a picture of your glasses Rx, including your pupillary distance (PD) to Rx@warringtoneyewear and include your name in the message. If you are not sure of this measurement, please call your eye doctors office.
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All frames come with our best in class single vision (distance, computer or reading) lenses medically designed to block the full spectrum of UVA/B light and most importantly HEV Blue light. These damaging rays are found both naturally in the environment, and from electronic devices. Studies show blue light to disturb sleep cycles and aid in the formation of macular degeneration and cataracts. All this and an Anti Reflective coating to reduce glare at both night time and computers.
Photochromic lenses are eyeglass lenses that are clear (or nearly clear) indoors and darken automatically when exposed to sunlight. Other terms sometimes used for photochromic lenses include "light-adaptive lenses" and "variable tint lenses."