How To Use

How To Use Progressive Lenses

          Progressive Lenses Have 3 Lens Zones       

 mEeyye progressive lenses eliminate the visible lines of traditional bifocals and trifocals and hide the fact that you need      reading glasses. With progressive lenses, no one has to know whether you're wearing glasses just for fashion — or because you need assistance with your vision.


Instead of having just two or three lens powers like bifocals or trifocals, progressive lenses are true "multifocal" lenses that provide a seamless progression of many lens powers for all viewing distances.

With progressive lenses, you can look up to see clearly across any room and in the distance. They also allow you to look ahead to view your computer in the intermediate zone and drop your gaze downward to read or do tedious work comfortably through the near zone of the lenses.

How To Test Your Eyesight

Progressive Chart

1. View this chart at a distance of approximately 14" (35 cm)

2. Read both lines to determine which is difficult to view for you.

3. Refer to the heading of the paragraph to determine the eyesight correction appropriate for you.


                      Important Notification: The distance between the optical centers of mEeyye progressive reading glasses is between 58mm and 64mm.                                Warning: For near vision and reading use only, not suitable for distance vision; Only regular eyecare professional eye examination can determineyour visual needs and eye health; Not for driving or vehicle operation; Not for use as eye protection.  Statutory Warnings About Your Sunglasses:  These sunglasses are not suitable for direct viewing of the sun nor for the protection from exposure to UV radiation from the artificial sources. These sunglasses are not suitable for driving in twilight or at night, and they should never be used as protection against mechanical impact hazards. Filter Categories: Lenses are available in various shades and a range of colours and tints. The European Standard helps you choose sunglasses by providing a system of Filter Categories that describe the darkness of the tint. These Filter Categories are explained on the chart below. It is important to remember that our sunglasses offer the same level of UV protection whatever the Filter Category. To identify the Filter Category of your sunglasses, look inside the left template you will find the Filter Category number after CAT. Refer to the table below for the recommended use and to the information relating to the Filter Category of your chosen sunglasses.


Conformance to International Safety Standards: The sun emits radiation in the form of tiny particles of energy called photons. This radiation includes harmful ultraviolet (UVA and UVB) radiation, which is known to cause long-term damage to our skin and eyes. These sunglasses conform to the Essential Safety requirements of the PPE Directive 89/686/EEC. These lenses meet the robustness requirements of BS EN ISO 12312-1:2013+A1:2015 and AS/NZS 1067:2003/Amdt 1:2009. The lenses in these sunglasses areOptical Class 1, with highest quality optical properties.


Caring For Your mEeyye Frames

Clean your mEeyye frames with the soft cloth that is included with every pair of mEeyye frames. Store your frames in the case provided and avoid putting your sunglasses face down on any surface as this may scratch the lenses. Use soap and water when cleaning and avoid any solvents or alcohol that could impair the finish on your frames. Do not store your mEeyye frame container in an environment that is warmer than 50 degrees Celsius.