How about TAG Heuer anti-fatigue lenses?_lens knowledge
It is commonplace to use the eyes for a long time to cause eye fatigue. Relieving eye fatigue is a good way to help the eyes see things clearly and the eyes are not blurred. It is also a way to prevent the development of myopia. In addition to the method, the improvement of lens technology to relieve eye fatigue is also very helpful. Let's take a look at how TAG Heuer anti-fatigue lenses are. The all-round design of TAG Heuer's anti-fatigue lenses makes it more comfortable for the eyes to see things. It fully meets the needs of the human eye to see far, near, left, and right eye positions, far higher than the eye position design of ordinary lenses that only look straight ahead, 360-degree vision correction, giving the eyes better adjustment. The anti-fatigue lens is designed with a certain amount of lower luminosity and a unique eye position to ease the visual fatigue of the eyes, and it is very easy to use the eyes for a long time. It is very suitable for young people to use. The all-round design concept of TAG Heuer's anti-fatigue lens, the vision is clearer, the aspherical design is adopted to relieve eye fatigue, and it is very easy and comfortable to use the eyes for a long time. . If you use your eyes for a long time, your eyes will be sore and dry. The TAG Heuer anti-fatigue lens creates a clear, free and relaxed 'horizon'. Lens vision correction function, to see things comfortably and realistically. Especially in the process of work, it can make the adjustment power before and after work not obvious, and the eyes will not have a strong sense of fatigue. The surface of the lens has a high degree of waterproof and oil-proof effect. The VP is easy to clean. The stains stick to it and can be easily wiped off with a glasses cloth, making it easier for daily wear. It also has anti-scratch and anti-friction properties. Anti-fatigue lenses are especially suitable for young or middle-aged people with refractive errors (nearsightedness, farsightedness, amblyopia) and people who often use their eyes at close range, such as computer operators.