Are you one of the approximately 6 million Canadians who use computer monitors every day? Have you noticed any blurred or double vision? How about eyestrain, headache or dry, burning eyes? You may be suffering from computer vision syndrome.
Our eyes are actually not designed to be able to comfortably view a computer monitor for upwards of 8 hour per day, 5 days per week. The strain on our vision system comes from several areas, among them is the possibility that our eyeglasses are probably not working as well as they should for this purpose.
The Nikon Online is a fully customized digital progressive lens that is specially designed for office workers who use computers. The top portion is perfectly calibrated for your computer viewing distance and is 300% wider than the middle zone in a typical set of progressive eyeglass lenses, allowing for unimpeded eye tracking movements across your screen. The bottom part is set for your typical reading distance. An anti-glare coating is applied to both front and back surfaces. The result is that your eyes are able to perform with the highest degree of accuracy and efficiency, resulting in less fatigue, eyestrain and blurred vision during your entire work day.