With it being Road Safety Week we thought we would feature the very latest technology in prescription driving lenses
Those driving for long periods, especially at night time, may feel visually insecure due to the reduction of their visual capacity. Night myopia is a phenomenon that affects one out of three drivers. It causes a loss of their ability to focus on distant objects at night.
Now there is a new technology called Vista Mesh that can help drivers with night time focus and the glare coming from oncoming super bright headlights. It gets better because the very same lens is also perfect for computer use, so they have a dual function.
AFAR-SV Prescription driving lenses… can be further combined with Vista-Mesh lens material for outstanding night driving performance. AFAR-SV has a specific night vision zone in the upper part of the lens that helps compensate for the refractive error difference that occurs between day and night by up to 0.25D. This provides the wearer with superior visual acuity, reducing stress and visual fatigue so common when driving at night. Not to be underestimated, AFAR-SV design incorporates Norton-SV Digital HD design, providing extremely good visual quality at every point on the lens from the center to edge, regardless of the prescription or frame selected.
Where can I find these glasses? HERE