Sample question 1
How do we select absorptive colors?

Customers should use trial kits or samples and select the colors that they feel are the best for their vision.
It is recommended that you try out the samples in the kind of environment where you think you need eyeglasses.

For example, you can try them out on a sunny day outdoors if you want protection from glaring when outdoors or at an ophthalmologist’s room or eyeglass shop with the same kinds of lighting as where you usually spend time indoors and want protection from fluorescent lights (or other lights such as LED lights). Likewise, you can try them out in the early evening or later hours outdoors if you are looking for protection from glaring lights when driving at night so you can select a color that you can be happy with.

This is an explanation on how to try out the various trial kits.

Type1 : Trial Kit (Plate type)

Take a horizontally long plate-like color sample and put it up to both eyes to see what it is like.
This is the kit that is the most widely and easily used.

Color : FL

Type2 : VERGINE Test Lens Kit

It is a clip-on type and can be tried on over your eyeglasses so that the scenery does not become blurry for those who require eyeglasses.
They are structured to allow the switching of lens colors.

Color : SC

Type3 : Test Lens Kit (For opthalmoscope)

They are like those that are inserted into trial frames during eye examinations.
They can be tried out while inserting lenses with the necessary power (types for both short and far distances can also be used).

Color : MG

Type4 : Trial Kit (Clip-on frame)

They are types where various colors are used with actual clip-on frames so you can see how clip-on frames feel.

Color : FR

Sample question 2
Do eyeglasses for using computers that we recently hear about and light shielding glasses have functions where the same kinds of blue light are cut out?
How are they different?

Blue light, which is light of about 400 to 500 nm and has the shortest wave length of all forms of visible radiation, is light rays with high scattering rates and high levels of energy.
There is the fear of burden on the eyes caused by this blue light that scatters easily as well as its energy causing fuzziness due to glare and flickering.

Light shielding glasses have filter lenses that effectively cut out short-wavelength light (ultraviolet radiation and blue light) of 500 nm (nanometers) or below, which causes this glaring, and let other forms of light pass through as much as possible.
Aside from this; lenses for using computers are widely being sold these days to protect the eyes from blue light that is emitted from digital equipment.
There are both coated types and colored types, and the amounts of blue light that they cut out are different.
Lenses for using computers are different from light shielding glasses, which can be used in various situations, in that they are specifically designed for suppressing blue light that is emitted from digital equipment.
Therefore, there are several types of colors for light shielding glasses that are recommended for using computers.
Grays and greens are recommended as they do not produce many changes in the shades of lighter colors.

A selection based on the individual’s usability is more important than how much blue light they can cut out when working with computers.

Sample question 3
Can light shielding glasses be made into types for both short and far distances?

Designs for light shielding glasses are compatible with types for both short and far distances, types for short and intermediate distances, and wide-vision lenses for reading, so please use the one that best fits your situation.