A couple of months ago we received an enquiry out of the blue...
We are a non profit charity based in Perth WA. We work in the remote villages in Tanzania, giving safe clean drinking water and conducting health/hygiene programs.
There is a huge need for magnifying glasses, we met many people struggling to simply read. There are NO opticians in our project region.
I'm writing to ask if your company would be able to donate some reading glasses to help these precious people?
These wonderful people, not only travel regularly to Tanzania to assist the remote villages with clean drinking water and hygiene, but they have noted whilst there, that there was a need for magnifying glasses. Read More
We’ve all experienced glare in our daily lives… perhaps spending the day at the beach, driving in a car with the sun reflecting off the dashboard, roadway or bonnet or on a boat with the sun illuminating the surface of the water. Usually, this glare is annoying and uncomfortable on the eyes, but when the angle of reflection is just right, the glare can become blinding and often downright dangerous, as in the case of driving a vehicle. Ordinary tinted sunglass lenses only cut down on ambient light that reaches the eye, or, light transmittance. By their very nature, they cannot block glare. Only polarised lenses can block out this dangerous, blinding glare. To understand how, you will need to understand how glare works and how polarised lenses work. Read More
The most dangerous components of sunlight entering our eyes are the spectra in the Ultra Violet range. Ultra-Violet light is broken down into four parts, referred to as UV-A, UV-B, UV-C and UV-D. They each represent a range of wavelengths of light within Ultra-Violet light. The ability to block 100% of all four parts of Ultra-Violet light is referred to as UV400.
All Sunglasses in Australia are required by Australian Standards to be UV400.
Sunglasses which block 100% of all UV radiation provide maximum eye protection.
Your eye health is important. Presbyopia has similar symptoms to other more dangerous eye conditions and diseases. Whilst self prescription of readers is safe for people only suffering from Presbyopia, it is important that you have your eye health assessed by a qualified optician every two years.