Friday, March 18, 2011
The lens material is one of the most important considerations in buying children's glasses. The most common materials are: plastic, high index plastic, polycarbonate and glass. Glass is the heaviest but scratches the least; however, it shatters into very small pieces if broken. Therefore, it is not very safe and not prescribed much. Plastic is common, relatively thin and relatively safe. High index plastic is the thinner and lighter version of regular plastic and is also used often. Polycarbonate is a material that is also thinner and lighter and is the most impact resistant material available. It is used frequently in safety items such as helmets.
For those safety reasons, polycarbonate is the lens material of choice for kids' glasses. They are difficult (but not impossible) to break and if they do break, the pieces tend to be bigger and fall away from the eyes. Because of kids' active lifestlyles and liability reasons, most offices will prescribe only polycarbonate for kids.
To purchase children/teens' glasses and for more information on children's vision, please visit EyeSpyGlasses.com.
Monday, February 14, 2011
When buying children's glasses, one of the things to consider is the frame material. Generally, plastic frames are preferred over metal for younger children. The reason for this is that metal tends to bend more easily and gets out of shape; the nosepads in the middle of the frame also can fall off. If metal is chosen, the "flex" frame is better. Metal frames frequently come with a "cable" temple that wrap around the ears so that they stay in place more snugly.
For older children, metal or plastic will work. The nosepads may actually help to keep the frames up higher on kids who have a flatter bridge. However, frames with no rim ("rimless") and partial rim ("semi-rimless") may not be suitable for older kids and tweens, but may be ok for teens.
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Eye Spy Glasses offers Glasses for toddler and kids as well as teenage kids are available at cheap prices. children's glasses need to be extra strong and sturdy due to their active life style, most of our children's frames are made of tatanium or bendable material. We strongely recommend polycarbonate lens for your kids due to safety reason. All of our glasses come with 1.56 index thin and light lens, UV400 treatment and Scratch Resistant Coating.
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Welcome to EyeSpyGlasses.com, your online source for children's eyewear. We make purchasing glasses simple and easy. We have also included articles on children's vision and health for your reference.
Our goal is to make it easy for you to buy glasses.
This is how we do it:
• two tiers of pricing that include frames and polycarbonate lenses
• the lower pricing includes frames that are average and functional
• the higher pricing includes frames that are either more durable/fashionable
• shipping /handling charges are included, no taxes charged
• we purchase frames in volume and the savings are passed on to you
This site is owned and operated by Dr. Chitra Sankaran, an optometrist in metro Atlanta, GA
All glasses will be of the highest quality and meet current industry standards.
Thank you for trusting us with your children's eyewear. We are always striving to improve, so please give us your feedback about your experience.
Visit our site at www.EyeSpyKids.com