It’s April 13th and Aaron is on hour eighteen of a long pre-Tax Day roll.April 15th is right around the corner and he still has a pile of tax returns to finish. Aaron doesn’t believe in IRS extensions. He also didn’t believe his $500 pair of “progressive” lenses would bother him so much. He will go see his Optometrist after the 15th. The store where he bought his glasses told him progressives made near, far as well as intermediate computer vision something handled by a single lens. No one told him how much the blurred sides of progressive lenses would disturb him. Switching to wearing reading glasses didn’t help because his computer monitor is farther away from his eyes. He realizes that he needs different glasses for different things. He read about Seeing Glasses®, self-measured for each eye and custom made for the different distances from your eyes that a book, a computer or TV are in his real-life environments.
No... Bill doesn’t have an eating disorder. Look at him. That is not his issue. The binging Bill does is on Netflix. He’s been known to watch a full season of a favorite series in a single sitting. Bill’s problem is that all that staring at his TV screen gives him a headache and his eyes are red and scratchy and always dry. LED screens of any size from Smart Phones and Tablets to Laptops and Flat Screen TV’s emit eye irritating Blue Light and glare, and, even though Bill has perfect vision, and even though he doesn’t need to wear glasses to see, he should be wearing protective eyewear to keep his eyes safe while glued to the screen. When Bill uses our system to measure his eyes for non-prescription eyewear he may find that he benefits from the increased clarity The Everything Lens® in a low power can give him. Looking Good. Seeing Better!
Carl is 29 years old and works as a coder at a respected Seattle based e-commerce company. He works fast and knows the algorithms of his system so well that others in his department turn to him for help. He’s a problem solver with only one shortcoming.... he stares at his computer all day and is finding that his eyes are getting weaker and his neck and shoulders are constantly tense. He’s even started missing days at work and his company has started to notice that his productivity is slipping. Carl is suffering from what many Ophthalmologists, Optometrists and Opticians are calling Computer Vision Syndrome and needs to get up and move around more often while at work and wear Seeing Glasses® Blue Light eyewear fitted with The Everything Lens® and its’ 15 Vision Enhancement, Eye Safety and Convenience features built in to protect his precious windows on life’s fine print.
Gaming GinaGina is 16, a sophomore in High School and a highly-ranked player of Call of Duty. When not in the classroom you can find Gina on her laptop, or on her Xbox furiously tapping away smiling...and sometimes swearing. Her reaction time is excellent – as are her grades – so no one is trying to get her to stop playing. What Gina doesn’t know is that despite having great eyesight and awesome peripheral vision, she is unknowingly and unwittingly exposing her eyes to harmful screen radiation that will have long term effects on her vision... way past the time she will put her games to sleep for the final time and move on to bigger and better things. Until then, Gina needs to check out Screen Hawks® Gaming and TV Glasses to protect her eyes. The 15 Vision Enhancing, Eye Protecting and Convenience features of TheEverything Lens® will make her an even better gamer.
Rickie, at 56 considers herself a worldly woman with a broad range of interests. When she wants to relax, she sits on her comfy chair, opens a book (yes, a real book), and settles in for some good old-fashioned literature. Rickie wears reading glasses she bought in a 3 pack at the Warehouse Club but still finds that she is straining and her vision is blurry. She thinks that it can’t be the glasses because she used the store’s measuring system to select the right power. Or so she thought. What Rickie doesn’t know is that for 90% of Americans, the left and right eye require a different magnification power. No store has the space to offer all 169 combinations consumers need… so they only offer 9 pre-set powers. While you’d never consider the same power in each eye for prescription glasses, most people are forced to settle for “same power” readers, forcing one eye to accommodate, a leading cause of blurred vision and headaches. The Everything Lens® is available in all 169 power combinations.
Six-year-old Kevin used to throw fits and run around the house wreaking havoc. That was until Kevin’s mom bought him an iPad. Now Kevin sits quietly on the couch playing Minecraft or watching streaming Sesame Street shows and Khan Academy classes that are teaching him the fundamentals of Algebra. Problem is, Kevin is now so attached to his iPad that he is spending as many as 8 hours a day staring at the screen. Kevin’s mom just watched a report linking kids’ use of LED screens with dry red eyes and disrupted sleep patterns, and gave examples of why Ophthalmologists are predicting that this close-up screen use causes more eye damage in kids because their arms are shorter than adults and that cumulative exposure to Blue Light is thought to lead to Early Onset Presbyopia and, later in life, Macular Degeneration. Kevin needs his mom to get him a pair of Screen Hawks® with The Everything Lens® NOW, to protect his eyes today and for the future.
Knit one Pearl two. Seems like this was a lot more fun and relaxing just last year. Now Nelly can’t see the box stitch and her rows are not so straight. Nelly, like others who do close-up work including graphic designers, jewelry artists, hobbyists and those that tinker with electronics, all need good vision to concentrate on their pursuits. Drugstore readers are designed to magnify your vision at a specific distance and don’t do that great a job because both lenses are the same when your eyes are each different. Testing your vision needs in the comfort of your home is an advantage offered only by Visilution® who includes a self-measuring kit in their Home TryOn package. You’ll be able to test yourself for the magnification you require for your specific vision magnification needs while enjoying your hobby, reading a book, working on a computer or watching TV.
Mike doesn’t mind getting greasy and dirty at work. He loves cars. Now he fixes them for a living. Sometimes while working on an engine you need to read a part number. Now Mike is noticing that he can find the number but can’t read it. He tried reading glasses but it seemed like one eye was always out of focus so he’d have to close it to see the numbers clearly. There had to be a better way. He’d just read a blog about a mechanic who had one good eye and who found a home try-on eyewear company that let you measure each of your eyes separately. Mike went to the Visilution® online site, found some frames he liked and signed up to receive a free Seeing Glass® Home TryOn kit. When they arrived… Mike brought the included VisiWand™ measurement tool to work and measured his needs while in low light under the hood. Now Mike turns to his Seeing Glasses® and – with both eyes open – can see the numbers clearly.
Patty is 30, and a fashionista that loves clothes. She stays current on trends and styles on breaks from her work as an Attorney. Browsing the web for articles on the newest fashion she then then signs in to her favorite shopping sites. Lately, while looking at the screen, she’s noticing that her eyesight isn’t as sharp as it was and she can’t make out the subtle patterns – is it hounds-tooth or herringbone – and colors – is that salmon or light red – of the clothing and decides to find out why. A quick search brings up information on how LED screens emit Blue Light that can dry out her eyes, making them tired and blurry. From her research, Patty learns she should take a break every 20 minutes to refresh her eyes and wear Seeing Glasses® computer eyewear with The Everything Lens® to reduce the impact of Blue Light on her vision.
Paul, in his mid 30’s, used to have great vision. He could see farther and more clearly than all his friends, and could read the fine print without squinting. As he got older the street signs got blurry and his Optometrist said he needed distance glasses and now he is finding that he is holding printed materials farther and farther away from his eyes to keep in focus. Used to be that by the age of forty, 90% of people had Presbyopia and were advised to wear reading glasses. Now, with the expanding use of digital devices, people are experiencing what is diagnosed as Early Onset Presbyopia. While Paul doesn’t need 1.00 power readers, the lowest sold at Drug and Club Stores, he would benefit from the lower powers offered by Seeing Glasses®. And, with the ability to measure each of his eyes separately, he will be able to get the power he needs.
Just because she isn’t indoors at her computer, using her tablet or watching TV, Sally’s eye health and safety is still important to her — it is to Visilution® too! We offer sunglass lenses with complete protection from exposure to the sun’s invisible but eyeball frying UV Radiation, scientifically proven to damage your eyes. Our Everything Under the Sun™ lenses go beyond the UV400 level of suggested sun protection – we know sunlight can be sneaky and enter your eyes from behind you too. So… the inner surface of our lenses includes layers of anti-reflection protection mixed with UV absorption materials, virtually stopping all of the UV rays from entering your eyes from any direction. And, your eyes are also protected from the Sun’s HEV Violet Blue Light (not just from man-made digital devices), and include the rest of the 15 Vision Enhancement, Eye Protection and Convenience features found on The Everything Lens®. No matter how you frame it.
Rick at 62 considers himself a regular guy with a broad range of interests. When he wants to relax, he sits on his comfy couch, opens a book (yes, a real book), and settles in for some good old fashioned literature. Rick wears reading glasses he bought in a 3 pack at the Warehouse Club but still finds that he is straining and his vision is blurry. He thinks that it can’t be the glasses because he used the store’s measuring system to select the right power. Or so he thought. What Rick doesn’t know is that for 90% of Americans, the left and right eye require a different magnification power. No store has the space to offer all 169 combinations consumers need… so they only offer 9 pre-set powers. While you’d never consider the same power in each eye for prescription glasses, most people are forced to settle for “same power” readers, forcing one eye to accommodate, a leading cause of blurred vision and headaches. The Everything Lens® is available in all 169 power combinations.
Sarah is 18, and a popular high school senior. She gets good grades, the teachers like her and she has lots of friends. You want to be her friend because she makes it her business to share other people’s business on Social Media. Who said what to their teacher, who broke up with whom and why, who flunked their test, what she had for lunch, what party she is going to this weekend, what a bully her former best friend turned out to be, selfies with the football quarterback… But Sarah just found out that all the time she spends in front of digital screens (smartphone, tablet, laptop and TV) is slowly damaging her eyes. She read a post that said that her dry, tired eyes, headaches, and neck & back strain are all indicators of Computer Vision Syndrome and the cumulative effects of her digital screen use could include Cataracts, Glaucoma and Macular Degeneration and potential vision loss due to Blue Light exposure. Sarah (and her friends) need Seeing Glasses®
Tammy likes to text. See Tammy text. See Tammy read Todd’s texted reply. See Tammy text him back. Tammy, uses texting as her main form of social interaction. Phone calls? What are those? Tammy prefers to send off her missives quickly. Tammy doesn’t know that all her texting is exposing her eyes to tons of HEV Violet Blue Light radiation as well as glare. If Tammy is wearing regular drugstore reading glasses, the radiation is magnified along with the size of the font. If she isn’t wearing Blue Light protective glasses she should. Many studies are finding that exposure to digital devices lead to short term eye irritation – dry, red, scratchy eyes, blurriness and headaches to name a few – and they may also lead to long term eye damage including Cataracts, Glaucoma and Macular Degeneration. We wouldn’t wish any of those on Tammy. Fortunately, she can pick up a pair of Screen Hawks® or one of 169 power combinations of Seeing Glasses®, all fitted with The Everything Lens® and text all day. Get a life Tammy!
Vicky is 28 and works as a cashier at the grocery store. She has a beautiful daughter, Emma. Vicky used to be more social but being a mom is a second full time job. Now she enjoys watching TV and cuddling with her baby. Vicky just can’t seem to fall asleep at night anymore and knows she needs her sleep so she can be alert for her job – and for being a great mom. She saw her Optometrist and was told that the bright Violet Blue Light emitted from her TV throws off our Circadian Rhythm – our bodies biological clock – which in turn confuses the brain as to when it is day and when it is night. Her Optometrist's advice? Either stop watching TV two hours before bedtime or wear specially formulated Blue Light filtering glasses. No way she is missing any of her recorded shows, so she bought herself a pair of Screen Hawks® with The Everything Lens® in a low magnification.