Are you using the proper lenses?

Since early 2015, we are proud to be able to better meet the specific needs of our customers with prescription safety glasses products that meet the most demanding needs of the industries. For instance;

•   Do you work keeping a static position for a period of a few hours a day?
•   Do you mostly use your near point vision?

For an improved vision at work, you would benefit from our proximity lenses.  Those are safety glasses with lenses that are adapted to your workstation. You can now benefit from increased visual and physical comfort and reduced eye fatigue with the right lenses adapted to your tasks.

•   Do you work in a screen environment?

In everyday life, we are increasingly overexposed to blue light. In a work environment where we are facing a screen for the best part of the day (computer, machinery, IPad, etc.), in the short and long term use, the blue reflection of those devices may be harmful to our ocular health. Eye strain, headaches or even longer-term macular degeneration (AMD) can be caused by over-exposure to blue light and UV rays. Wondering how to prevent this? Simply by using safety glasses with an anti-reflective coating blocking harmful blue light.

•   You work as a mechanic, electrician or plumber or any other tasks using your near point vision looking up?

We now have the perfect item for you. If you work using your near point vision looking up, it is now possible to get a Magna-Clip in addition to your prescription safety glasses. Let’s face it, if you are frequently in a position to use your near vision looking upward, progressive lenses are not the best. You could instead be equipped with bifocal lenses that offer a vocational center for far vision with two small reading portions, one at the bottom and at the top of the lens.

In short, what is important to remember is that there are several specific industrial vision needs and that the optical products on the market today are increasingly well adapted to these needs, so why not offer the right work tools? And it often starts with the right lens!