Les verres photochromiques Varionet
Les nouveaux verres Varionet : les verres dégressifs photochromiques gris pour encore plus de confort et de protection
L'année 2023 est synonyme de photochromie pour Varionet ! En effet, nous vous proposons d'équiper vos lunettes de lecture avec nos verres de proximité photochromiques gris.
Qu'est-ce qu'un verre photochromique ?
Les verres photochromiques sont clairs à l’intérieur et foncent rapidement au soleil à l’extérieur lorsqu'ils sont soumis aux rayonnements UV et à la luminosité.
Hugo Boss, des lunettes devenues iconiques
Hugo Boss, marque synonyme de design, qualité
Un peu d'histoire :
Hugo Ferdinand Boss, né en 1885, a fondé sa société, un atelier de confection en 1924 au sud de Stuttgart en Allemagne.
Les lunettes Hugo Boss :
La collection de lunettes optique ou solaire Boss pour hommes et femmes est audacieuse, moderne et de la plus haute qualité. Les montures de lunettes Hugo Boss représentent le style masculin avec un savoir-faire précis.
Le matériau Optyl
L’Optyl est un matériau plastique inventé en 1968. Réalisé par la condensation du phosgène sur un bisphénol, elle est ensuite additionnée d’un durcisseur pour être ensuite moulée ou coulée. C’est une matière thermoélastique très légère (1,1g/Cm3) et hypoallergénique. En comparaison avec l’acétate il est 30% plus léger et les coûts de fabrication de cette matière sont moindres.
Why not glasses with a nylon thread?
Semi-rimless glasses or Nylor glasses, what are they?
Semi-rimless glasses are frames whose strapping does not completely surround the lens, it is held by a robust nylon thread either on the top of the frame or more generally on the bottom of it. We can say that they are hybrid frames since they combine the minimalist design of rimless glasses and the style of rimless glasses. These semi-rimless glasses are available in metal, titanium or acetate and in different shapes and sizes.
Titanium has been a material increasingly used in the world of optical industry since the 1980s. Titanium glasses appeared in France around 1986 when they were already widespread in Japan .
Origin and manufacture of titanium:
Discovered in 1791 by the British William Gregor, the first use of titanium dates back to the beginning of the 20th century, as an additive to cast iron and steel, in the form of ferro-titanium. It is the 22nd element of the periodic table, it has the symbol Ti. It is a stable element that belongs to the family of transition metals such as silver, cadmium...
What is Beta-titanium?
the beta-titanium is a pure titanium alloy . It is a metal made of titanium and other chemical elements. There are several alloys. The most common are composed of 75% titanium, vanadium and aluminum or titanium and nickel such as Flexon, an alloy used by Marchon for the manufacture of certain Calvin Klein glasses or by the Titanium Flex brand with high-end models. colors.
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Visual fatigue: protect yourself with computer glasses
Between smartphones , tablet , computer and television , we spend more and more time in front of our screens, on average 6 to 8 hours a day . It is a phenomenon accentuated by technological advances, dematerialization, social networks and other digital tools. Per day, we would use on average up to 4 screens . However, these screens emit a harmful light for our eyes!
Buy light and robust computer glasses
Reading glasses for work in titanium
For your long hours of work on the screens you want comfortable, light and robust computer glasses. Of the titanium reading glasses are the ones you need! the titanium , this material extremely light has many advantages and is widely used in the world of optics. The titanium glasses are hypo-allergenic, ultra-light, solid, comfortable and, depending on the alloy used, very flexible .
CliC magnetic reading glasses
Tired of looking for your reading glasses?
You lose, you misplace your reading glasses ? Do you sit on it? Did you forget them in your car?
Thanks to CliC magnetic glasses, keep them around your neck to always have them at hand .
Putting them on is very simple: with their super- powerful magnet to neodymium* they simply clip on your nose...
Take advantage of the French Days and exceptional offers
No more progressives, Switch to Degressives!
You've been wearing progressive glasses for years and you're fed up? Have you been wearing them for a while and can't get used to them? Or do you need some but you can't get through?
We have an answer to your problem: Degressive glasses!
MAVU opticians have developed a new technology lens, a lens that allows you to find clear near vision BUT also intermediate vision!
An ideal innovation for all presbyopes of all ages.
Mask + Goggles = FOG! How do I prevent my glasses from fogging up?
Wearing a mask is now compulsory in many countries including France. Whether in public transport, in public places, in high schools, the mask has quickly become an essential part of our daily lives.
Why is my prescription glasses or sunglasses fogging up?
When you wear eyeglasses and a mask or a mask-visor for several hours, everyone can notice the formation of fog on the glasses .
Indeed, when exhaling the hot breath mainly escapes through the top of the mask and comes into contact with the glasses lenses. The vapor thus created fogs the lenses and makes vision uncomfortable and blurred. In addition, this excess humidity reduces the grip of your glasses on the nose and they slip more.
The importance of positioning your mask correctly?
Positioning your mask correctly is the first thing to do to prevent fogging! This will best protect you from the various particles suspended in the ambient air (pollens, viruses, bacteria...) and less of your breath will escape, thus avoiding excessive fogging. To do this, make sure your mask fits snugly around the nose and cheeks. There must be as little play as possible between your face and the mask, the flexible metal reinforcement is there to help you.
Once the mask is properly adjusted, place your corrective glasses over it as usual.
The usefulness of anti-fog microfibers for my glasses?
With this annoying phenomenon, there are many tips to stop your glasses from fogging up, many of them bordering on absurd! Shaving foam, for example, which will damage the surface treatments of your glasses, or soap which will make bubbles!!
The ideal, practical and inexpensive solution: anti-fog microfibers.
These microfibers are impregnated with a specific solution derived from nanotechnology which reduces condensation on the lenses. They are specially designed to be used with your glasses or sunglasses without the risk of altering the treatment of the lenses. These anti-fog wipes are made with a soft fabric eliminating any risk of scratches.
How long does an optical anti-fog microfiber last?
The anti-fog cloth or chamois can be used at least 100 times and even more than 200 times for the "cleaning" of your glasses, helmets or visors . To optimize its longevity, be sure to store it in an airtight plastic bag after use.
Very important : do not wash the anti-fog microfiber to maintain its effectiveness.
How to use an anti-fog cloth?
At first it is imperative to clean your glasses well with a cleaning spray and a Varionet microfiber cloth and dry them well.
You will then pass the anti-fog cloth several times on both sides of each lens, you will be quiet for at least 8 hours!
Attention: do not wash the anti-fog lens cloth or even wet it, it would lose its properties and its effectiveness.
Where to buy anti-fog microfibers?
Varionet offers a selection of anti-fog cloth from different brands:
- KELNET anti-fog microfiber at 9.90€, use 100 times
- ONIKLAIR anti-fog microfiber at 11.90€, used 200 times
- High Tech VARIONET anti-fog microfiber at 11.90€, used 300 times