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Paige williams


03/26/2013

How do prescription sunglasses work?

I have been nearsighted for years. And each time when I wear sunglasses, I have to wear my contacts first. I think it is very inconvenient. Somebody recommends me to wear prescription sunglasses. Do they really work well?
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  • VANESSA

    03/27/2013

    Yeah, you could wear the prescription sunglasses which could not only prevent your eyes from the uv rays in the strong lights but also make you have the right vision to see things clearly. It will save your energy to wear the contact lenses inside. The prescription sunglasses are designed especially for those with short sighted problems.
  • walkinginstars

    03/27/2013

    I had the same experience with your before. Those tedious steps also torture me for a long time until I have a prescription sunglasses. I have to say this is good way to avoid those problem, but the first you have to know that the clarity of the sunglasses couldn't compared with glasses. However, it's just a little inevitable defects. To be honest, its not looking so bad.
  • walkingthesky

    03/27/2013

    Yes, it is just like the combination of prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses. Prescription sunglasses can save you from the inconvenience of wearing contact lenses and sunglasses at the same time. What's more, prescription sunglasses also have a wide range of choice of prescription lenses including bifocal, progressive lens.The options for frames are just the same as the Non-prescription sunglasses. In a word, prescription sunglassses can not only correct your prescription as eyeglasses, but also protect you from ultraviolet and reduce glares and sunlight as sunglasses.
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