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How Glasses Changed My Life - TWAN KUYPER - YouTube
Glasses are pretty much the best.

They complete your wardrobe, update your look, and are just oh-so-stylish. Oh yeah — they also help you see clearly and all that important stuff. Sweet, right?

Well it’s not all peaches and roses! In day-to-day use, every glasses wearer worth their weight in frames knows about the little challenges that can come up. Yup, that’s right. Today we’re joining Youtube lifestyle icon Twan Kupyer and talking about #glasses problems.

We’ve all had our fair share of glasses mishaps. But just in case you haven’t, we asked Twan to help illustrate them. At the start of the video, you can tell that he’s fallen in love at first sight (pun intended). Not before long though, he’ll quickly learn some of the classic #glasses problems that happen everyday.

St Michel, in Golden

Problem #1: Fingerprint Smudges

Getting a brand new pair of glasses is a great feeling. However, it comes with one little drawback… All of your friends will want to try them on ASAP! It makes for a fun moment, but you can bet that after your special specs are passed around…  they’ll be returned in a less than awesome state. Smudged.

Answer:

We all love our friends. But in case you don’t want their pizza-greased fingers smearing up your lenses, you deserve glasses with our anti-smudge coating! The best part about these? They also protect against stray water drops and dirt build-up.

Pacific, in Clear

Problem #2: Foggy Lenses

Whether you’re cranking out a cardio routine or just enjoying a hot cup of coffee… EVERY glasses wearer can relate to having their glasses fogging up! (And when you’re on a date, it’s just about the most embarrassing thing ever.)

Answer:

Nobody wants cloudy vision when they’re busy. To prevent the occasional fog-up, every EyeBuyDirect order comes with its own cleaning cloth. It’s convenient to use and won’t let you down.

Sequence, in Ocean Tide

Problem #3: Scratched Lenses

You can’t fight what you can’t see! Before Twan’s big rumble, he gets worried that his glasses will get damaged and takes them off. It’s a thoughtful move, but it definitely didn’t help him win. Just goes to show that constantly worrying about scratched lenses can prevent glasses wearers from doing their best!

Answer:

Anti-scratch tech puts those worries to ease. We’re not saying that you’re going to be in any street fights like Twan anytime soon, but on the off chance that you do any extra-physical activity like sports or dancing — make sure that your lenses are durable by shopping EyeBuyDirect!

And there you have it!

Three glasses problems that everyone experiences, and ways around them! With EyeBuyDirect’s sweet glasses styles and high-tech lens options, you can customize your eyewear to fit your lifestyle and tackle any issue. With styles starting at just $6, the search for the perfect pair of glasses has never been easier!

And for a Limited Time Offer, Use Code: DADSGIFT for Buy 1 Get 1 FREE on all frames!

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EyeBuyDirect by Jacob Trengove - 3w ago

Yes, you can! With proper vision correction most eyeglass wearers can be a pilot with no issues. This question is asked a lot by people dreaming of taking to the skies at some point, whether as a commercial airline pilot, member of the military, or simply as a hobbyist. The short answer to the question “can you be a pilot with glasses?” is that properly prescribed vision correction will allow most people with vision problems to fly just as effectively as someone with perfect vision. Now that you’ve heard the good news, why not take a look at our aviator style prescription eyeglasses, a perfect frame shape for a potential pilot.

There are a few subtleties involving what type of vehicle you intend to fly or what branch of the military you are interested in, so let’s hash out the details.

What will the medical examiner be checking?

The main goal of a commercial pilot medical examiner will be to ensure that your vision is 20/20. This number means that you can read the same letters on an optician’s chart from 20 feet away that someone with ‘normal’ vision could read. The higher the second number of this reading, the worse your vision is. For example 20/80 vision means that you can read from 20 feet what someone with normal vision can read at 80 feet.

Experts have decided that this standard represents ‘good’ vision.

If your vision, with or without vision correction, is found to be 20/20, then you have taken the first step in realizing your aviation dreams!

Tasker, in Silver

Is good depth perception important for being a pilot?

If you want to be a pilot, good depth perception is extremely important.

Depth perception refers to your ability to accurately judge an object’s distance from you. It goes without saying that correctly judging your distance from things is important when you are moving at 570mph! This is an important ability that your medical examiner will surely measure.

Are the requirements for being a military pilot different?

The requirements to fly in the military are generally stricter than for a commercial airline pilot. The exact needs depend on which branch of the military you are looking at. For example, the Air Force will be looking for different things compared to the Navy.

The upper limit for uncorrected vision needed to be an Air Force pilot is 20/70. This means that even if your vision is 20/20 while wearing eyeglasses, your vision without can’t be higher than 20/70.

They also have limits for allowable prescription strength. The refractive error of your vision can’t be higher than +8.00 diopters or lower than -8.00.

Finally, both commercial and military pilots need to have normal color vision.

Can you be a pilot with glasses? Yes, but the rules for being a military pilot are more stringent than what’s needed to be  a commercial one, and there are a few aspects of vision that need to be at normal levels, such as color and depth perception.

Still dreaming of taking flight while rocking some classy eyeglasses? Take a look at our collection of aviator eyeglasses and soar with style. Look the part!

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Progressive lenses feature the nifty ability to adjust your vision for both close range and long distance. Unlike bifocals which only feature two levels of strength, progressives change gradually as you move down the lens, eliminating the unsightly line found in bifocals and improving your vision with much more coverage. Most of our frames are available with progressive lenses, so take a look at our fashionable frames here!

Transition lenses feature an intuitive technology that allows them to adjust their tint based on the light levels of your surroundings. The great thing about these lenses is that they can work as both eyeglasses and sunglasses at the same time! Amazing right? Find out more information on this exciting technology.

What are variable focus lenses?

Scientists have also developed adjustable eyeglasses that allow the wearer to adjust the strength of their lenses themselves using a dial at the hinges. This technology is great for people in developing countries who may not have easy access to an optometrist, or for people who want to share their eyeglasses.

Aura, in Champagne

What makes progressive eyeglasses useful? 

The usefulness of progressive lenses is pretty much indisputable. The progressive aspect of these type of lenses mean that they can provide a clear image throughout your whole field of vision.

If you are near-sighted it’s likely your normal eyeglasses make it difficult to see things nearby: just picture your grandparents lifting their glasses and squinting to read something and you’ll get an idea of what I mean.

It might take a little while to adjust to the varying strengths at different points in the lens, but for most people it becomes second nature really quickly.

Do I need transition lenses?

Transition lenses are an extra feature that aren’t necessary for vision correction but are incredibly useful for day-to-day life.

Being a eyeglasses wearer on sunny days can be a conundrum; do you wear your prescription eyeglasses or non-prescription sunglasses? If your vision is bad enough you may not even have the choice!

The biggest advantage of these types of adjustable eyeglasses is that you have sunglasses and prescription eyeglasses all in one pair! Go ahead and find that special frame that really speaks to you, then add transition lenses to make them useful whatever the situation.

What frames are available with progressive transition lenses?

Great news, almost all of our eyeglass frames are available with transition and progressive technologies together! For the exact list take a look at some fantastic frames here, then choose the multifocal and light adjusting options. Try and find a pair that you think will look great on you with both clear and tinted lenses.

As they are progressive lenses we will need to know your near-vision requirements for the lower part of your lenses. Once you have this number you are ready to order your all-purpose adjustable eyeglasses!

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They say a mom’s work is never done! That’s why this Mother’s Day, we’re celebrating all their hard work and giving out BIG deals on eyewear.

By using the code “LOVE” at checkout, you can Buy 1 Get 1 FREE on every frame you want PLUS 15% off your entire order. And you know what that means — you can get a surprise present for Mom, and one for yourself too!

Being a company with plenty of moms, we asked some of our role models to identify which frames matched their unique walks of life – So read on below!

For the business moms out there

We’ve got frames like Daylight (pictured left) and Morning in Clear (pictured right). Whether it’s at the office or travelling to a cross-country conference, you can bet that these versatile styles will fit the occasion. 

For all the adventurous moms we know

We’ve got styles like Morning (pictured left) and Notting Hill in Ivory Tortoise (pictured right). For a bold look that’ll never lose its charm, these eye-catching hits do all that and more.

And for the fashionista moms

Frames like Brittany in Pink (pictured left) are a sure-fire delight. Along with the frame Her in Black, these two frames stay on the cutting edge of trends around the world.

So what do you say? This Mother’s day, skip the boring wicker basket gifts and get her something special: the gift of vision (and awesome fashion!)

Check out our massive collection here, and use the code: LOVE at checkout for a sweet Buy 1 Get 1 Free deal AND 15% OFF!

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EyeBuyDirect by Jacob Trengove - 1M ago

Knowing how to style round sunglasses is vital if you decide that this frame shape is for you. The type of sunglasses you choose to buy is a seriously important decision. Whatever you’re wearing, your choice of eyewear will be  front and center of your outfit. It’s important to find a style that fits you perfectly. From aviators to cat eyes, the choices are endless.

We have some stylish examples of round sunglasses, so check them out to help make your decision. All of our frames, including our standard eyeglasses frames, can be fitted with tinted lenses, so it’s a good idea to check our other categories if you don’t find what you want here.

The general shape of the lenses is a great place to start when picking eyewear, and round sunglasses could be the perfect choice.

WHAT TYPES OF SUNGLASSES ARE ROUND?

There are tons of sunglasses styles that have round lenses, and some are rounder than others! Classic aviator frames have a rounded, slightly tear-shaped shape. The vintage style of sunglasses made famous by John Lennon are known as ‘teashades’, the lenses of these sunglasses are often perfectly circular.

Many other styles could be classified as round sunglasses. The browline style, with its thick frame lining the top of the lenses, usually sports rounded lenses, and Cat eye sunglasses are large and rounded with a sharper angle at the corners.

The specific type of round sunglasses you should choose will depend on a few factors. Maybe the most important consideration is your face shape.

Queen, in Brown Striped

WHICH ROUND SUNGLASSES WILL SUIT ME?

If you style your outfit properly, any round sunglasses can suit you! We’ve already gone into detail about how face shape might affect your style choice here. A good rule to stick to is to make sure the shape of your sunglasses isn’t the same as your face shape.

If you have a very round face you might want to stay away from totally round shapes, like the teashade style mentioned earlier. Round frames with a little extra definition, such as cat eye frames, would be better for someone with a round face.

People with a diamond face shape should also stay away from very round lens frames. Consider a more oval shaped lens if you have this face shape.

For the rest of us, with oval or square face shapes, more rounded styles can work well with your proportions, and accentuate your best features.

WHAT STYLES WORK WITH ROUND SUNGLASSES?

Round sunglasses work well with both formal and casual outfits. How to style round sunglasses will depend on the extra details of the frames. Color, accents, and size will all influence what they work best with.

Modern styles of round sunglasses, usually made with acetate or plastic, look great with a dressed-down, relaxed outfit. Imagine you’re lounging at the beach, sipping a cocktail and enjoying the sun. This is the type of vibe you want to present while wearing more modern round sunglasses like wayfarers or cat eyes.

The classic, super-round style of wire frame can look really chic with a more adventurous, avant-garde style. Close your eyes. Clear your mind. Now picture yourself partying at the last day of Coachella. Whatever you see yourself wearing will probably look great with vintage, round sunglasses.

Disclosure, in Gray

SHOULD I BUY ROUND SUNGLASSES?

Only you can decide if round sunglasses are a suitable match for your personality. The various styles of sunglasses categorized as round are numerous and varied. It’s likely that you can find a pair of round sunglasses that will fit you perfectly. Remember that all of our products can be fitted with tinted lenses, so you aren’t limited by lens type. A good place to start is our perfectly fashionable selection of round sunglasses, discover the perfect frame for your look!

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Aviator sunglasses, like all types of eyewear, are available with a prescription. If you were concerned that you would have to choose between wearing your untinted eyeglasses or your prescriptionless sunglasses, then worry no more! Asking the question “can I get prescription aviator sunglasses?” was your first step in discovering our great selection of aviator sunglasses, all available with or without a prescription. Lucky you!

Prescription sunglasses actually work really well with the aviator style. Their full, rounded shape provides  good coverage for your eyes, preventing any of that sneaky sunlight from getting passed. The mirrored lenses common on aviator sunglasses can also hide any visual distortions on your face caused by stronger prescriptions.

Why are Aviator Sunglasses so popular?

Aviator sunglasses’ timeless style means they are as popular today as they ever were. They were pioneered by Bausch & Lomb, and as the name suggests, were designed for American pilots during the Second World War. Aviator sunglasses helped to protect their eyes from bright sunlight during flights. Their large size and convex lens shape allowed them to prevent sunlight from dazzling pilots during even the most acrobatic of flight maneuvers.

Nowadays aviators are one of the most popular styles of sunglasses out there. They are associated with a ‘rough & ready’ look, commonly seen as tough and masculine. Despite this, many women can successfully pull off aviator sunglasses. Options like different lens tints and frame shapes mean they are more adaptable than ever.

Camp, in matte silver

Are Prescription Sunglasses useful?

Prescription sunglasses are indispensable for anyone who needs vision correction. Other products like clip-on or magnetic sunglasses attachments can be handy, but the convenience of having sun protection along with your prescription in one frame is undeniable. It’s easy to misplace attachments for your frame, so naturally it’s much simpler to keep track of one pair of sunglasses.

If you are worried about your prescription aviator sunglasses making it hard to see indoors, you should consider transition lenses. These work by adding a special layer to your aviator sunglasses that dynamically lightens and darkens depending on where you are. Lens technology is truly amazing right? 

Can you change aviators you have into prescription sunglasses?

Although it is possible to get prescription lenses fitted to frames that already have lenses, it can be expensive and troublesome. After having the question “can I get prescription aviator sunglasses?” answered, it’s natural to wonder whether you could just replace the lenses in aviators you already own.  Your frame will need to be measured and fitted with entirely different lenses—it is usually much easier to purchase a sunglasses frame along with correctly fitted prescription lenses. Take this as an opportunity to pick up a new style of aviator sunglasses!

Are prescription Aviator Sunglasses for you?

Aviators are a fine candidate for prescription lenses. If they are the style you are the most interested in, then go ahead and live out your Top Gun fantasy with our collection of aviator sunglasses, don’t forget to add your prescription when prompted.

As all of our sunglasses can be fitted with prescription lenses, take this chance to find the perfect style of sunglasses for you. From aviators to wayfarers, we have it all!

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Whether you need polarized sunglasses or not depends on a few different factors. Polarized sunglasses are a special type of eyewear that is used to reduce glare from reflective surfaces like water or metal. Perhaps you’ve wondered — are polarized sunglasses worth it? The answer to this question depends on if you have a certain lifestyle or hobby that will make them useful. But truthfully, they can be great for anyone! Take a look at our polarized sunglass collection to see the different styles we offer.

Before you decide whether polarized sunglasses are for you, it’ll be useful to get some background on when they come in handy and what they do.

Safari, in Tortoiseshell and Voyager, in Gold

When are polarized sunglasses useful?

Polarized sunglasses are useful in situations where there is a lot of glare, like sunny days. It’s important for us to know how our vision works if we want to understand how polarized glasses can help in daily life. Light is reflected from surfaces around us into our eyes, which sends signals to our brain and creates the images we see. If light is reflected from flat surfaces like water it becomes polarized. This means the light waves are all travelling in the same direction and become focused and intense, the directed light can cause glare which obstructs your vision. This is where polarized sunglasses come in.

Minimizing the effect of glare on your eyes can be useful in all sorts of situations. But are polarized sunglasses worth it for you? If you spend a lot of time on the water, surfing or fishing perhaps, then polarized sunglasses are perfect. They can really reduce eye strain from the reflected light which can cause headaches and even damage your vision. They will help you see clearly which is really important if you are sailing a boat or keeping an eye out for fish under the surface.

Polarized sunglasses are not just suitable for seafarers though, there’s many other situations where they can make your life much more comfortable. They can be useful when driving, as the light reflected from the bonnet of your car or the flat roadway can obstruct your vision. Nobody wants that when they’re in control of a 2 ton chunk of metal!

Hikers might also find them useful as mountain trails can be exposed to bright sunlight that can reflect off rocky slopes. Be aware however that polarized sunglasses are not ideal for snowy environments and skiers. The glare reducing properties of polarized lenses can make it difficult to notice icy patches on the ground, making them hard to avoid as you’re shredding the slopes.

Who invented polarized sunglasses?

The first example of polarized sunglasses came from an inventor named Edwin Land, co-founder of the Polaroid corporation. You probably associate that name with those retro instant cameras, but the company’s first product was actually sunglasses with special polarized lenses, a creation of Land’s.

The polarization process was used in the creation of various products. These include 3D glasses and LCD displays, all very cool and useful things, but the practical use of polarization applied to sunglasses can’t be understated.

Sol, in Gray Clear

Are polarized sunglasses for you?

If your lifestyle puts you into environments with lots of glare, then yes they are! Hopefully by now you have some idea about whether polarized sunglasses are worth it for you. They can be really useful for protecting your eyes from reflected light in a wide range of situations. But wait! Just because you’re buying polarized sunglasses for practical purposes doesn’t mean they can’t also be stylish! All of our on trend polarized sunglasses frames come with polarized lenses, so you can look great while protecting your eyes from those dangerous rays.

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Wayfarer style sunglasses are a style so iconic that even if you don’t recognize the name, you’re probably familiar with the shape. Created in the 50’s by Raymond Stegeman of Ray-ban parent company Bausch & Lomb, this style was a departure from the metal framed varieties that came before. Molded plastics gave wayfarers a whole new aesthetic and their distinctive shape was revolutionary at the time. Why not check out our collection of wayfarer sunglasses to get to grips with what we are talking about.

The earliest wayfarer style sunglasses had a different design from those of today. They were much more pointed at the hinges which gave them a unique cat-eyed shape. The newer version has trapezoidal lens frames which gives them a more unassuming character.

Are wayfarer style sunglasses popular?

Wayfarer style sunglasses have seen rising and falling popularity over the years. Admired after their introduction through the 50’s to the 60’s, they saw a decline in sales during the 70’s. Their popularity rose again in the following decade, up until the 90’s when other styles of sunglasses became more popular. After a redesign and appearance on the faces of a few big names, wayfarer style sunglasses were finally established as a classic, timeless style of frame. As they often do with these sorts of things, actors and rock were the ones pushing wayfarers into the limelight.

Rising to fame in the 60s, folk revolutionary Bob Dylan was one of the first adopters of wayfarer style sunglasses. The early version’s bold and angular profile suited his rebellious image perfectly. Later, in the 80s, Tom Cruise brought them back into vogue in Risky Business where they were again used to add to his character’s bad-boy persona. Iconic pair Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi sported wayfarer sunglasses in the 1980 musical comedy Blues Brothers, where their shades were one of the defining features of the debauched duo’s personalities.

Seeing a pattern yet?

Wayfarer style sunglasses come loaded with attitude and charisma and are perfect for a guy or girl looking to add a little edge to their fashion repertoire.

Shadow, in Neapolitan

What face shape is best for wayfarer sunglasses?

The great thing about this classic style is that they are so adaptable. We make most of our wayfarers with durable acetate. You can order them in finishes from matte black to vibrant tortoiseshell. Their solid shape makes them suitable for any face structure and they look great on both men and women.

The simple shape of the modern style of wayfarer sunglasses means they are perfect for extra details. We’ve added double studded hinges and some more adventurous nose-bridge styles. While the more classic cat-eye profile can also work well with these features, they can look great with or without the extras. Here is an example of the old-school style we stock, and the newer shape can be seen here.

So, if you’ve ever asked yourself, “what are wayfarer style sunglasses?”, you should now have an answer. Why not  take a look at our various versions of this timeless frame shape? Don’t forget to check out the different colors we have available and find the perfect fit for your style.

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You asked, and we listened. Get ready for a new breakthrough in eyewear technology… The Drizzle Collection!

When an unexpected rainfall dampens your mood, the only thing worse than getting soaked is having your vision entirely covered by raindrops. Our fans have been aching for a solution for years, so today we’re proud to announce what you’ve all been waiting for — glasses that automatically clean and wipe rainwater off your lenses!

By installing hyper-efficient wipers inside of your glasses, you can now spend your rainy days clearer than ever.

How does it work?

Our eyewear experts have been working hard behind the scenes to combat rainy days. To make this dream a reality, our they have finally designed an ultra compact and solar-powered battery small enough to sit inside the frame of your glasses.

The Drizzle Collection has already been taking the eyewear world by storm (pun intended). Just check out these positive reviews from blogs around the world.

“Discovering how light and effortless the mechanism is was a huge surprise. I’ll be getting two when they come out.”

“The Drizzle Collection gives us the solution that we’ve been waiting decades for. Don’t miss it!”

From the very beginning, EyeBuyDirect has had one clear vision: that no matter what we craft, it’s your opinion that matters most. We can’t wait to release our new Drizzle Collection to the general public, so keep an eye out for future updates!

In the meantime, check out an exclusive preview of the Drizzle collection on our Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/eyebuydirect/

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The Man of Steel. Kal-El. Clark Kent. Unless you’ve been under a rock for the last pop culture century, then you probably know that all three of these names refer to the same heroic guy: Superman. For those of you that don’t know what we’re talking about (and shame on you if that’s the case) — Clark Kent is the name of Superman’s civilian alter ego, who works as a journalist at the fictional newspaper “the Daily Planet.” To avoid bringing unneeded attention to his crime fighting shenanigans and phenomenal powers, Superman assumes the life of an average fellow whenever he’s not saving the world. The key behind the disguise? A simple pair of what we call… Clark Kent glasses.

The Classic Clark Kent Glasses Style

When it came to eyewear style, everyday journalist Clark Kent preferred them low key but classy. Thus, rectangle frames became his accessory of choice. If you’ve ever wondered what those  here’s our list of look-alike frames.

For a masculine and intelligent look, Clark Kent glasses like Pacific in Black match the profile spot on.

Pacific in Black, $33

For a deceptively bold style, look no further than Bristol in Black.

Bristol in Black, $20

The Importance of Clark Kent Glasses

So you might be wondering: “What’s so iconic about Superman’s Clark Kent glasses? Shouldn’t we be putting more interest on something less mundane, like the big symbol on his spandex-clad chest?” Well, here’s our answer.

Clark Kent glasses are a crucial part of what makes our beloved hero who he is. Think about it for a second. Before getting powers, Spiderman was simply Peter Parker. Likewise, Batman was just “Bruce Wayne” before he started fighting crime. Before their lives as fighters of justice, most superheroes began as average people.

Superman, on the other hand, is an otherworldly alien from the planet Krypton. Instead of adapting to life with super powers, Superman had to adapt to a life of (relative) normalcy. As a result, struggling with the concept of what it means to be a “average person” is a big part of his emotional and psychological journey. Yes, while the iconic “S” emblem on his shirt represents his Krypton heritage, his Clark Kent glasses represent a different aspect of his life. They’re how he relates to the world he defends, how he perceives humanity, and even how he     

Going Beyond Clark Kent Glasses

In a jaded and cynical world, it’s easy to forget that superheroes serve as a reminder that good people still exist. Contrary to popular opinion, you don’t even have to be able to bench press buildings or melt things with your eyes to be a superhero! All you need is a little willpower and the desire to make life better for the people around you.

That’s why for every pair of EyeBuyDirect glasses our customers buy, we donate an extra pair to a person in need. Simply shop any of our 1000+ styles, and select the option to donate at checkout. It’s free, quick, and even allows you to choose which country to send your donated pair to.

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