Anti-reflective coating eyeglasses are glasses added with anti-reflective coating on its surface. Anti-reflective coating improves both your vision through your lenses and the appearance of your eyeglasses. Both benefits are due to AR coatingâ€™s ability to eliminate reflections of light from the front and back surface of eyeglasses lenses. By eliminating reflections, AR coating also makes your eyeglass lenses look nearly invisible so people can see your eyes and facial expressions more clearly. Anti-reflective coating eyeglasses also are more attractive, so you can look your best in all lighting conditions.
Anti-Reflective Lenses Coat is a thin, multi-layer film coating applied to the lens surfaces, which eliminates reflected glare and increases the transmission of visible light. Typically, only about 90% of the light is transmitted through a lens. This process adds to the production time in manufacturing the Anti-Reflective Coating Glasses, as each coating layer must dry and be inspected before the next layer can be applied. Each layer consists of metal oxides which create optical interference to counteract reflecting light waves and allows more light to be transmitted through the lens, and is scientifically engineered to work with a specific segment of the color spectrum. A very vague tint may appear on the Anti-Reflective lenses when examined closely under overhead lighting. Anti-Reflective Lenses Coat can be applied on lenses for regular eyeglasses or prescription sunglasses, and is just as effective in either case.
The anti-reflective coating eyeglasses do have a lot of benefits, they also require a little more care when you are handling them. If you are too rough with your glasses, you may wind up damaging the lenses and impairing your vision along with them. While your glassesâ€™ anti-reflective coating can help prevent glare, it also makes scratches and nicks more obvious on the lenses. Protect them well when youâ€™re not wearing them. Donâ€™t throw them in your pocket or bag without a hard-shell case to prevent damage. If youâ€™re taking your glasses off momentarily, always set them down with the lenses facing up to avoid accidental scratches. When smudges or streaks appear on your glasses, grab some type of cloth to wipe them away, but donâ€™t use any old napkin or tissue that might be lying around. Rough materials can scratch the anti-reflective coating. Choose a microfiber cloth designed specifically for glasses to ensure that you donâ€™t ruin the coating. When smudges or streaks appear on your glasses, grab some type of cloth to wipe them away â€“ but donâ€™t use any old napkin or tissue that might be lying around. Rough materials can scratch the anti-reflective coating. Choose a microfiber cloth designed specifically for glasses to ensure that you donâ€™t ruin the coating. Even if you keep the anti-reflective coating on your lenses clean and scratch-free, you can ruin your glasses if you donâ€™t handle them carefully. When youâ€™re removing and putting on your glasses, always use two hands. Donâ€™t push them back on your head instead of removing them or you may misalign the frames. This will affect your eyesight as well as your appearance.