Polycarbonate vs Glass Lenses

Polycarbonate vs Glass Lenses

When it comes to lenses, you’ve got options: tinting, mirror coating, gradient, transition, polarized or non-polarized, and, of course — lens material.

For some clarity on which lens material is best for you, let’s have a little face-off between the generations-old glass and the (relatively) young upstart polycarbonate.

July 24, 2019 — HulkApps.com Collaborator
How to prevent eye damage with UV sunglasses

How to prevent eye damage with UV sunglasses

We all are aware of the risks of sunburn and skin cancer from the sun's ultraviolet (UV) radiation, but did you know UV and other radiation from the sun also can harm your eyes?

Extended exposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays has been linked to eye damage, such as cataracts that can cause vision loss.

Moreover, new research suggests the sun's high-energy visible (HEV) radiation (also called "blue light") may increase your long-term risk of macular degeneration.

July 24, 2019 — HulkApps.com Collaborator
Blue Light Blocking Glasses

Blue Light Blocking Glasses

We’ve all found ourselves tired and irritable during the workday. Sitting for long hours staring at our computer screens, can leave us tense, unfocused and sometimes with a pounding headache. And it’s not just because your co-worker Dave asked you to buy cupcakes from his kid’s school bake sale for the ninth time  –  it’s also from something called blue light. Blue light may sound pretty innocent, but without using some kind of blue light blocker, it's actually pretty bad for us.
July 24, 2019 — HulkApps.com Collaborator