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#251 Sunglasses

Best Sunglasses in the Netherlands - Reviews and Comparison 2021

We picked the 7 best sunglasses in 2021 for your budget and use cases

Summer may be over (sadly), but the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays are still shining, and protecting your eyes on those sunny autumn days is still vital. But when looking for new fashionable shades, we often forget that their most important job is to protect our eyes. Because no matter how flexible the curtains are, walking around to absorb light at the expense of the eyes is not an exemplary aspect, so knowing what you are buying is essential. But, like most accessories with deep-rooted functionality, to fully understand the meaning of a pair of sunglasses requires the use of a lot of technical terms. Read the lens colour, frame material, and filter category because we have broken down the most important words you need to know when buying shades.

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Carifa

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B07VQHZ49R (ASIN)

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Brown and black

GoWood

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GW-W4

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UV400 Filter
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Unique design with flexible hinges
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Offers maximum protection with UV400 glasses
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UV400 Filter
Black

GQueen

Classic Sunglasses

B082BC2ZZC (ASIN)

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Classic glamor look
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UV400 Filter

  

Reinforced metal alloy spring hinges

Rose Gold

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Matte Black

Polaroid

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Maitreyee Bapat

Maitreyee Bapat

Buyer’s Guide: Sunglasses in the Netherlands

Your stylish eye protector!

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Features: Most important purchase criteria for home sunglasses

Some measures that you should know about!

2

Use Cases: The best sunglasses for you:

Choosing what suits you the best!

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FAQs: Learn more about the details

Get your doubts solved here!

1. Features: Most important purchase criteria for home sunglasses

1.1 Lens Technology:

One of the few terms most people are familiar with when discussing sunglasses is ultraviolet light (abbreviation for ultraviolet light), which means radiation from the sun and damage to our eyes. Today, almost all sunglasses provide comprehensive UV protection, but what you need to consider in your sunglasses is the " protection index." The grade ranges from zero to four, and the protection index refers to the filtering ability of the lens. It represents the amount of light transmitted by the sunglasses lens (if you are too professional, visible light transmission, or "VLT"). Grade 0 is a clear or light-coloured lens with 80-100% VLT, while Grade 4 is a very dark lens with only 3-8% VLT. When looking for curtains for daily use, be sure to look for curtains with protection levels 1 to 3.

One of the few terms most people are familiar with when discussing sunglasses is ultraviolet light (abbreviation for ultraviolet light), which means radiation from the sun and damage to our eyes. Today, almost all sunglasses provide comprehensive UV protection, but what you need to consider in your sunglasses is the " protection index." The grade ranges from zero to four, and the protection index refers to the filtering ability of the lens. It represents the amount of light transmitted by the sunglasses lens (if you are too professional, visible light transmission, or "VLT"). Grade 0 is a clear or light-coloured lens with 80-100% VLT, while Grade 4 is a very dark lens with only 3-8% VLT. When looking for curtains for daily use, be sure to look for curtains with protection levels 1 to 3.

1.2 Lens Treatments

Other glass handling and safety indicators affect the size and level of protection of the glass. Polarization is believed to be the most used technique by Oakley Sports Colors by adding a fleece film to real glass. It helps block out the glare of the sun so you can see even in direct sunlight. Going ahead, photochromic lenses adapt to the intensity of the sun. Next, polar photo lenses combine chromic and polarized lenses to block glare and adjust to changing solar conditions. They have a mirror coating (also called flash coating) on ​​the lens surface, creating a magical mirror effect. It reflects sunlight hitting the surface of the lens away from your eyes.

Other glass handling and safety indicators affect the size and level of protection of the glass. Polarization is believed to be the most used technique by Oakley Sports Colors by adding a fleece film to real glass. It helps block out the glare of the sun so you can see even in direct sunlight. Going ahead, photochromic lenses adapt to the intensity of the sun. Next, polar photo lenses combine chromic and polarized lenses to block glare and adjust to changing solar conditions. They have a mirror coating (also called flash coating) on ​​the lens surface, creating a magical mirror effect. It reflects sunlight hitting the surface of the lens away from your eyes.

1.3 Lens Colors

This summer, sunglasses caught everyone's attention. However, before choosing a colour pair for "convenience", you should know that different lens colours have other advantages. Also, just like Instagram filters, the lens colour can change the overall state of the landscape. Contrary to what people think, blue glasses improve colour perception and help define the properties of objects. On the other hand, green lenses add a warm colour to what you see, improve contrast, and reduce eye strain. Yellow and grey lenses are great for measuring depth perception and help reduce green and red by reducing blue light. If you want to see the world naturally, choose grey glasses for more accurate colour perception. Glasses can be full colour or have a diagonal effect. The yellow look is stylish and good for the eyes because it makes it easier to see the light in a variety of situations.

This summer, sunglasses caught everyone's attention. However, before choosing a colour pair for "convenience", you should know that different lens colours have other advantages. Also, just like Instagram filters, the lens colour can change the overall state of the landscape. Contrary to what people think, blue glasses improve colour perception and help define the properties of objects. On the other hand, green lenses add a warm colour to what you see, improve contrast, and reduce eye strain. Yellow and grey lenses are great for measuring depth perception and help reduce green and red by reducing blue light. If you want to see the world naturally, choose grey glasses for more accurate colour perception. Glasses can be full colour or have a diagonal effect. The yellow look is stylish and good for the eyes because it makes it easier to see the light in a variety of situations.

1.4 Lens Materials:

Lenses are usually made of glass or plastic. Glass lenses provide the most accurate vision, are durable and scratch-resistant, but are heavy and break easily when dropped. Plastic lenses are usually made of a material called polyamide, polycarbonate, or CR-39. Polycarbonate is a lighter and more durable alternative to frosted glass, but polyamide generally has the highest optical quality. CR-39 is the most widely used polar glass material.

Lenses are usually made of glass or plastic. Glass lenses provide the most accurate vision, are durable and scratch-resistant, but are heavy and break easily when dropped. Plastic lenses are usually made of a material called polyamide, polycarbonate, or CR-39. Polycarbonate is a lighter and more durable alternative to frosted glass, but polyamide generally has the highest optical quality. CR-39 is the most widely used polar glass material.

1.5 Frame Materials:

Now you are through with your lens jargon down, the next part of your shades to understand is the frame. Most sunglasses are made of metal, nylon fibre, or acetate. Wood is also becoming popular as it’s a natural material.

Nylon fibre, aka plastic, is one of the most resistant and versatile materials, making it ideal for frames. Making nylon fibre frames is complex and involves heating granules to 518 degrees Fahrenheit. They melt and then inject them into moulds, pressing them, spraying them with colour, and then let them solidify. Some of this is machine-made, but manual skill is still required. This is why you pay more for a brand! 

  • Acetate: Although the acetate itself is plastic, it differs from standard plastic frames (acrylic and polyurethane). Acetate rubber is generally more robust, more flexible and lighter. They come in various colours and are usually well-preserved because the colour is contained in materials rather than dyes.

  • Aluminium: Although the acetate itself is plastic, it differs from standard plastic frames (such as acrylic and polyurethane). Acetate rubber is generally more robust, more flexible and lighter. There is a wide choice in colour as well.

  • Metal: Due to its flexibility, abrasion resistance and ease of assembly, this metal is widely used in rubber manufacturing and can be easily mounted on tires of various face shapes and styles. Metal frames are slightly more expensive than other materials, less durable and not suitable for action sports. But they are great for bold fashion expressions.

  • Nylon: Nylon tires are ideal for sports and functional activities. Nylon tires are light and robust, but they are less expensive than traditional light alloy tires. They are also very resistant to sudden temperature changes and are very flexible while retaining the strength required for protection.

  • Plastic: Plastic eyeglass frames can be made from several types of plastic, such as acrylic and polyurethane. Plastic frames are usually the cheapest and are available in a variety of colours.

  • Titanium: Titanium is a lightweight, robust, durable and scratch-resistant silver-grey metal. Available in a variety of colours, titanium glasses can create a clean and modern look using colouring. It is also hypoallergenic and is often found in high-quality sunglasses.

Now you are through with your lens jargon down, the next part of your shades to understand is the frame. Most sunglasses are made of metal, nylon fibre, or acetate. Wood is also becoming popular as it’s a natural material.

Nylon fibre, aka plastic, is one of the most resistant and versatile materials, making it ideal for frames. Making nylon fibre frames is complex and involves heating granules to 518 degrees Fahrenheit. They melt and then inject them into moulds, pressing them, spraying them with colour, and then let them solidify. Some of this is machine-made, but manual skill is still required. This is why you pay more for a brand! 

  • Acetate: Although the acetate itself is plastic, it differs from standard plastic frames (acrylic and polyurethane). Acetate rubber is generally more robust, more flexible and lighter. They come in various colours and are usually well-preserved because the colour is contained in materials rather than dyes.

  • Aluminium: Although the acetate itself is plastic, it differs from standard plastic frames (such as acrylic and polyurethane). Acetate rubber is generally more robust, more flexible and lighter. There is a wide choice in colour as well.

  • Metal: Due to its flexibility, abrasion resistance and ease of assembly, this metal is widely used in rubber manufacturing and can be easily mounted on tires of various face shapes and styles. Metal frames are slightly more expensive than other materials, less durable and not suitable for action sports. But they are great for bold fashion expressions.

  • Nylon: Nylon tires are ideal for sports and functional activities. Nylon tires are light and robust, but they are less expensive than traditional light alloy tires. They are also very resistant to sudden temperature changes and are very flexible while retaining the strength required for protection.

  • Plastic: Plastic eyeglass frames can be made from several types of plastic, such as acrylic and polyurethane. Plastic frames are usually the cheapest and are available in a variety of colours.

  • Titanium: Titanium is a lightweight, robust, durable and scratch-resistant silver-grey metal. Available in a variety of colours, titanium glasses can create a clean and modern look using colouring. It is also hypoallergenic and is often found in high-quality sunglasses.

2. Use Cases: The best sunglasses for you:

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Aviator/pilot goggles usually have a wireframe that can hold the wire across the nose bridge. They are often big, brave, and have big, big goals. The most common are features such as UV protection and polarization.

Aviator/pilot goggles usually have a wireframe that can hold the wire across the nose bridge. They are often big, brave, and have big, big goals. The most common are features such as UV protection and polarization.

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Butterfly sunglasses are usually associated with "oversized" styles, which provide extended protection around the face. They typically become thinner in the eyes and bridge of the nose. However, once you touch the temple area, the frame becomes thicker, resembling the shape of a butterfly. This type of frame is a great way to show individuality while highlighting the style of the 1950s, which is still considered avant-garde today.

Butterfly sunglasses are usually associated with "oversized" styles, which provide extended protection around the face. They typically become thinner in the eyes and bridge of the nose. However, once you touch the temple area, the frame becomes thicker, resembling the shape of a butterfly. This type of frame is a great way to show individuality while highlighting the style of the 1950s, which is still considered avant-garde today.

2.3 2.3

The round frames of these cat-eye sunglasses are flared near the temples. Most frames have oval lenses, extending the edge of the eye, facing upwards and outwards. The most exciting decoration innovation is the "brows" of this particular cutting-edge cat-eye frame; the most exciting decoration innovation is the "brows". Usually, this means incorporating different sculptural, application and decorative effects into the upper edge of the cat's eye edge. 

The round frames of these cat-eye sunglasses are flared near the temples. Most frames have oval lenses, extending the edge of the eye, facing upwards and outwards. The most exciting decoration innovation is the "brows" of this particular cutting-edge cat-eye frame; the most exciting decoration innovation is the "brows". Usually, this means incorporating different sculptural, application and decorative effects into the upper edge of the cat's eye edge. 

2.4 2.4

The design of clubmaster sunglasses is inspired by the fashion of the 50s, with a classic and timeless style. The stylish design takes the traditional walker to a new height by removing the bottom of the frame to obtain a semi-frameless appearance. Clubmaster is very attractive to both men and women.

The design of clubmaster sunglasses is inspired by the fashion of the 50s, with a classic and timeless style. The stylish design takes the traditional walker to a new height by removing the bottom of the frame to obtain a semi-frameless appearance. Clubmaster is very attractive to both men and women.

2.5 2.5

If you want to walk in the wild, you can consider octagonal sunglasses, which are affectionately called octagonal sunglasses. These unique frame styles are more angular, but don't let anyone say that you look square in them.

If you want to walk in the wild, you can consider octagonal sunglasses, which are affectionately called octagonal sunglasses. These unique frame styles are more angular, but don't let anyone say that you look square in them.

2.6 2.6

Oval sunglasses have rounded edges and are much more comprehensive than height. The oval frame can soften the edges and corners, and the low-key frame can make your facial features become the focus. The oval frame is very suitable for people with square or diamond faces.

Oval sunglasses have rounded edges and are much more comprehensive than height. The oval frame can soften the edges and corners, and the low-key frame can make your facial features become the focus. The oval frame is very suitable for people with square or diamond faces.

2.7 2.7

The characteristic of the rectangular frame is that the overall structure is broad and robust. Their width is also greater than their height, similar to an oval frame. The angular rectangular frames convey a sporty or "bold statement" look, while the rounded edges provide a softer look. The rectangular shape can complement many different face shapes and styles. 

The characteristic of the rectangular frame is that the overall structure is broad and robust. Their width is also greater than their height, similar to an oval frame. The angular rectangular frames convey a sporty or "bold statement" look, while the rounded edges provide a softer look. The rectangular shape can complement many different face shapes and styles. 

2.8 2.8

A rimless frame refers to sunglasses without a frame surrounding the actual lens frame. Rimless glasses have some advantages: they are lighter than other glasses because they have less material. Most importantly, the tires will not obstruct your vision, making it easier for you to see more. Rimless sunglasses can also draw more attention to your face and eyes instead of authentic glasses, creating the appearance more subtle. 

A rimless frame refers to sunglasses without a frame surrounding the actual lens frame. Rimless glasses have some advantages: they are lighter than other glasses because they have less material. Most importantly, the tires will not obstruct your vision, making it easier for you to see more. Rimless sunglasses can also draw more attention to your face and eyes instead of authentic glasses, creating the appearance more subtle. 

2.9 2.9

A round spectacle frame is best described as a curved spectacle frame of the same width and height. They can soften angular faces, and the perfect round shape conveys a retro look. 

A round spectacle frame is best described as a curved spectacle frame of the same width and height. They can soften angular faces, and the perfect round shape conveys a retro look. 

2.10 2.10

Less is more rimless sunglasses, which minimizes the edges that hold the glasses together. Semi-rimless glasses open the world around you by removing the lower frame. These glasses are perfect for people who want a pair of equally stylish lightweight sunglasses.

Less is more rimless sunglasses, which minimizes the edges that hold the glasses together. Semi-rimless glasses open the world around you by removing the lower frame. These glasses are perfect for people who want a pair of equally stylish lightweight sunglasses.

2.11 2.11

Shield sunglasses are characterized by wide lenses extending toward the temples, similar to the pilot style. 

Shield sunglasses are characterized by wide lenses extending toward the temples, similar to the pilot style. 

2.12 2.12

Square sunglasses have a large and extended shape covering the upper part of the eyes and cheekbones. The square frame can also add contrast to smooth facial curves and help shorten longer faces. 

Square sunglasses have a large and extended shape covering the upper part of the eyes and cheekbones. The square frame can also add contrast to smooth facial curves and help shorten longer faces. 

2.13 2.13

The Wayfarer frame is created with a trapezoidal frame shape and a thick edge. It is very suitable for rebellious and independent thinkers who want to conquer the world with new and innovative ideas. 

The Wayfarer frame is created with a trapezoidal frame shape and a thick edge. It is very suitable for rebellious and independent thinkers who want to conquer the world with new and innovative ideas. 

2.14 2.14

Wrap-around goggles extend beyond the temple area to provide complete coverage protection, usually used in sportswear. The wrap-around sunglasses use a semicircular frame that can be bent around the head to enjoy the panoramic view. This means that with wrap-around sunglasses, nothing will block your peripheral vision.

Wrap-around goggles extend beyond the temple area to provide complete coverage protection, usually used in sportswear. The wrap-around sunglasses use a semicircular frame that can be bent around the head to enjoy the panoramic view. This means that with wrap-around sunglasses, nothing will block your peripheral vision.

3. FAQs: Learn more about the details

3.1 Can sunglasses block blue light? ---

Sunglasses have a specific protective effect on harmful blue light. Photochromic lenses can help you adapt to indoor and outdoor light, protect you from the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays, and protect you from blue light from all screens.

Sunglasses have a specific protective effect on harmful blue light. Photochromic lenses can help you adapt to indoor and outdoor light, protect you from the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays, and protect you from blue light from all screens.

3.2 Can sunglasses cause cancer? ---

Because polycarbonate lenses contain bisphenol A (BpA), glasses and sunglasses may display Proposition 65 warnings. Bisphenol A (BpA) is the raw material for making polycarbonate, so these lenses contain trace amounts of BpA. The BpA found in polycarbonate lenses is very small. The use of polycarbonate in food applications continues to be considered safe by the US Food and Drug Administration and other regulatory agencies worldwide. You will not eat your sunglasses.

Because polycarbonate lenses contain bisphenol A (BpA), glasses and sunglasses may display Proposition 65 warnings. Bisphenol A (BpA) is the raw material for making polycarbonate, so these lenses contain trace amounts of BpA. The BpA found in polycarbonate lenses is very small. The use of polycarbonate in food applications continues to be considered safe by the US Food and Drug Administration and other regulatory agencies worldwide. You will not eat your sunglasses.

3.3 Can sunglasses be prescription? ---

Yes, if you need numbered glasses for your eyes, then, of course, you also need numbered sunglasses. Prescription sunglasses are manufactured according to prescriptions from ophthalmologists. They specify the lenses, and you can buy sunglasses that meet the specifications for you. They can provide sunglasses with ordinary glasses.

Yes, if you need numbered glasses for your eyes, then, of course, you also need numbered sunglasses. Prescription sunglasses are manufactured according to prescriptions from ophthalmologists. They specify the lenses, and you can buy sunglasses that meet the specifications for you. They can provide sunglasses with ordinary glasses.

3.4 Can sunglasses damage your eyes? ---

If the sunglasses lack the necessary anti-ultraviolet lenses, it will cause the pupils to dilate. This increases the solar radiation that the eyes are exposed to, which increases the risk of eye diseases such as cataracts, retinal tissue damage, and macular degeneration.

If the sunglasses lack the necessary anti-ultraviolet lenses, it will cause the pupils to dilate. This increases the solar radiation that the eyes are exposed to, which increases the risk of eye diseases such as cataracts, retinal tissue damage, and macular degeneration.

3.5 Can sunglasses give you a headache? ---

If you are experiencing headaches because of sunglasses, it may be because the lenses' colour and darkness are not suited to you. For example, if your eyes are photosensitive, i.e., you find the glare from the sun almost intolerable, your existing sunglasses may not be dark enough.

If you are experiencing headaches because of sunglasses, it may be because the lenses' colour and darkness are not suited to you. For example, if your eyes are photosensitive, i.e., you find the glare from the sun almost intolerable, your existing sunglasses may not be dark enough.

3.6 Can sunglasses be tightened? ---

Most optometrists will buy sunglasses for very few or even free prices, but you can also use some tools to adjust the chromaticity yourself. Insert the mini screwdriver into the screw hinge. Turn the screw clockwise to tighten it.

Most optometrists will buy sunglasses for very few or even free prices, but you can also use some tools to adjust the chromaticity yourself. Insert the mini screwdriver into the screw hinge. Turn the screw clockwise to tighten it.

3.7 Can sunglasses help with migraines? ---

Although wearing sunglasses could help those with migraine to reduce visual stress, wearing individually prescribed POTs [precision ophthalmic tints] may further reduce the visual stress significantly in comparison to that with wearing the sunglasses

Although wearing sunglasses could help those with migraine to reduce visual stress, wearing individually prescribed POTs [precision ophthalmic tints] may further reduce the visual stress significantly in comparison to that with wearing the sunglasses

4. How-To: Usage hints and care instructions for home sunglasses

4.1 Maintaining your sunglasses: Here are 5 convenient tips for you!

  • Rinse with water: Never use a cloth to clean the glasses when they are dry. The lens attracts the most minor and most complex to see dust particles, and when they dry, these particles rub the lens and the frame, causing wear. Always rinse the glasses gently with water, and then scrub to ensure that dust particles on the surface of the lens are removed. Another solution is to use cleaning products made specifically for lenses, but water is a more convenient choice. Generally speaking, both work well. The last point about cleaning is to use the correct cloth. Under no circumstances should you use napkins, paper towels or paper towels. This material is soft enough for general cleaning but too hard for sensitive lenses. All boxes are equipped with a soft cloth, so please use it.

  • Store appropriately: To avoid unnecessary damage to the glasses, please store them in a safe place when not in use. This will prevent dust from accumulating in the first place and reduce the chance of scratches and bending or damage to the frame. In addition, when storing them, do not throw them in the drawer! Store them in boxes and keep them carefully. In addition, the top of your head is not a suitable storage space to distort the shape. In addition, if you forget that they are there, they may fall and become damaged.

  • Keep away from excessive heat: In summer, leaving the glasses anywhere in a hot car or the sun will cause the plastic frame glasses to warp and deform, which can cause the lenses to break. One solution to this is to replace the plastic frame with a metal frame, but leaving a hot metal frame will also bring you annoying surprises. When we are busy with life, this will be done quickly; we often put our glasses somewhere without considering the temperature.

  • Regular maintenance: You can do many things every day, in just a few seconds, and blend perfectly with your daily interaction with the glasses. Some areas are as simple as putting on and taking off glasses with both hands. It's a good habit because it prevents them from getting tangled or twisted. Make sure to gently grasp and slide them, lifting them from your ears first. Before going to work every day, we look in the mirror to ensure that we are clean; we consider checking the frame carefully from time to time. Check if the screws are loose or misaligned, and see if they are evenly placed on your nose.

  • Don’t adjust through the nose piece: One of the most common habits of every person wearing glasses is to push the glasses upwards by applying pressure on the nose bridge. Every day, we will adjust the mirrors regularly through this method. Over time, the constant pressure on the nose bridge will destroy any finishes on the frame, and it will no longer look modern and novel. Use your thumb and index finger to gently grasp the edge of the lens and adjust it appropriately.

  • Rinse with water: Never use a cloth to clean the glasses when they are dry. The lens attracts the most minor and most complex to see dust particles, and when they dry, these particles rub the lens and the frame, causing wear. Always rinse the glasses gently with water, and then scrub to ensure that dust particles on the surface of the lens are removed. Another solution is to use cleaning products made specifically for lenses, but water is a more convenient choice. Generally speaking, both work well. The last point about cleaning is to use the correct cloth. Under no circumstances should you use napkins, paper towels or paper towels. This material is soft enough for general cleaning but too hard for sensitive lenses. All boxes are equipped with a soft cloth, so please use it.

  • Store appropriately: To avoid unnecessary damage to the glasses, please store them in a safe place when not in use. This will prevent dust from accumulating in the first place and reduce the chance of scratches and bending or damage to the frame. In addition, when storing them, do not throw them in the drawer! Store them in boxes and keep them carefully. In addition, the top of your head is not a suitable storage space to distort the shape. In addition, if you forget that they are there, they may fall and become damaged.

  • Keep away from excessive heat: In summer, leaving the glasses anywhere in a hot car or the sun will cause the plastic frame glasses to warp and deform, which can cause the lenses to break. One solution to this is to replace the plastic frame with a metal frame, but leaving a hot metal frame will also bring you annoying surprises. When we are busy with life, this will be done quickly; we often put our glasses somewhere without considering the temperature.

  • Regular maintenance: You can do many things every day, in just a few seconds, and blend perfectly with your daily interaction with the glasses. Some areas are as simple as putting on and taking off glasses with both hands. It's a good habit because it prevents them from getting tangled or twisted. Make sure to gently grasp and slide them, lifting them from your ears first. Before going to work every day, we look in the mirror to ensure that we are clean; we consider checking the frame carefully from time to time. Check if the screws are loose or misaligned, and see if they are evenly placed on your nose.

  • Don’t adjust through the nose piece: One of the most common habits of every person wearing glasses is to push the glasses upwards by applying pressure on the nose bridge. Every day, we will adjust the mirrors regularly through this method. Over time, the constant pressure on the nose bridge will destroy any finishes on the frame, and it will no longer look modern and novel. Use your thumb and index finger to gently grasp the edge of the lens and adjust it appropriately.

5. Did you know: Interesting facts, figures, and things to know about home sunglasses:

5.1 The Inuit Eskimos created the original version of sunglasses for snow goggles. They are made of animal bones, wood or leather, mainly ivory, with minor dents to help treat snow blindness.

5.2 In the 12th century, the Chinese made some improvements to the Eskimo version of sunglasses. These norms are used to hide the faces of judges and hide their facial expressions in court. They are made of smoky crystals. 

5.3 It was not until 1929 that we invented sunglasses. Sam Foster mass-produced and began to sell sunglasses that were soon considered a fashion item on the Atlantic City boardwalk. 

5.4 The most expensive pair of sunglasses in the world is worth $400,000. They were created by the Swiss luxury goods company Chopard and are made of more than 60 grams of 24k gold and set with 51 diamonds. The spectacle frame is embellished with gold. 

5.5 The eclectic style icon Sir Elton John hardly deserves a dark tone. His collection is considered one of the largest in the world, with a total of more than 1,000 pairs. 

5.6  Proposed by the Vision Committee; National Sunglasses Day is celebrated on June 27 every year to celebrate the importance of wearing sunglasses to protect your eyes from strong sunlight.

5.1 The Inuit Eskimos created the original version of sunglasses for snow goggles. They are made of animal bones, wood or leather, mainly ivory, with minor dents to help treat snow blindness.

5.2 In the 12th century, the Chinese made some improvements to the Eskimo version of sunglasses. These norms are used to hide the faces of judges and hide their facial expressions in court. They are made of smoky crystals. 

5.3 It was not until 1929 that we invented sunglasses. Sam Foster mass-produced and began to sell sunglasses that were soon considered a fashion item on the Atlantic City boardwalk. 

5.4 The most expensive pair of sunglasses in the world is worth $400,000. They were created by the Swiss luxury goods company Chopard and are made of more than 60 grams of 24k gold and set with 51 diamonds. The spectacle frame is embellished with gold. 

5.5 The eclectic style icon Sir Elton John hardly deserves a dark tone. His collection is considered one of the largest in the world, with a total of more than 1,000 pairs. 

5.6  Proposed by the Vision Committee; National Sunglasses Day is celebrated on June 27 every year to celebrate the importance of wearing sunglasses to protect your eyes from strong sunlight.

6. Our Picks: How we picked the best home sunglasses:

Sunglasses can protect your eyes from the sun's ultraviolet rays. They can prevent the "blue light" in the solar spectrum, which increases the risk of macular degeneration. They do not have to squint, thereby improving and more comfortable vision. Otherwise, it may cause cataracts. This is why you need to have the best; here are our product reviews, focusing on durability, abrasion resistance, and of course, style.


Sunglasses can protect your eyes from the sun's ultraviolet rays. They can prevent the "blue light" in the solar spectrum, which increases the risk of macular degeneration. They do not have to squint, thereby improving and more comfortable vision. Otherwise, it may cause cataracts. This is why you need to have the best; here are our product reviews, focusing on durability, abrasion resistance, and of course, style.


6.1 Carifa Sunglasses: Pick 1

  • Why?

    • These unisex sunglasses complement the traditional quality with clear lines. Combine retro style with modern fashion trends to add a finishing touch to each piece of clothing. 

    • These sunglasses are a perfect accessory for the beach, office or town. 

    • The lightweight acetate frame adopts an ergonomic shape, and the sunglasses frame is supported by a non-slip handle, combining long life with excellent wearing comfort. 

    • More robust, shinier, and more rigid than plastic. Due to the lens colour with UV400 filter, sunglasses provide the best sun protection. It can 100% filter out all UVA, UVB and UVC rays, as well as harmful blue light up to 400 nanometers. 

    • Polarized lenses can eliminate unnecessary reflections from smooth surfaces such as wet roads, water, and windshields.

  • Why?

    • These unisex sunglasses complement the traditional quality with clear lines. Combine retro style with modern fashion trends to add a finishing touch to each piece of clothing. 

    • These sunglasses are a perfect accessory for the beach, office or town. 

    • The lightweight acetate frame adopts an ergonomic shape, and the sunglasses frame is supported by a non-slip handle, combining long life with excellent wearing comfort. 

    • More robust, shinier, and more rigid than plastic. Due to the lens colour with UV400 filter, sunglasses provide the best sun protection. It can 100% filter out all UVA, UVB and UVC rays, as well as harmful blue light up to 400 nanometers. 

    • Polarized lenses can eliminate unnecessary reflections from smooth surfaces such as wet roads, water, and windshields.

6.2 GoWood Sunglasses: Pick 2

  • Why?

    • GoWood men's and women's sunglasses are made of natural materials. The front is made of high-quality acetate fibre. The feet are made of high-quality walnut wood. The acetate fibre is made of plant materials, hypoallergenic, because it can be converted into acetate fibre with very few chemicals. 

    • Acetate is not only better for the environment but also better for your skin. When you wear GoWood sunglasses for men and women, you will notice the difference; it is super light and comfortable. 

    • The wood, frame, and hinges are made of high-quality materials, so your glasses are friendly and durable. Sunglasses come with standard glasses with the CE category 3 UV400 mark. 

    • The lens is also polarized and anti-glare. Well, it's very convenient. Of course, you can also choose ultra-cheap sunglasses. 

    • But you get what you pay for, right? At GoWood, you can expect quality because you pay for it. If something goes wrong, you can rely on Dutch customer service.

  • Why?

    • GoWood men's and women's sunglasses are made of natural materials. The front is made of high-quality acetate fibre. The feet are made of high-quality walnut wood. The acetate fibre is made of plant materials, hypoallergenic, because it can be converted into acetate fibre with very few chemicals. 

    • Acetate is not only better for the environment but also better for your skin. When you wear GoWood sunglasses for men and women, you will notice the difference; it is super light and comfortable. 

    • The wood, frame, and hinges are made of high-quality materials, so your glasses are friendly and durable. Sunglasses come with standard glasses with the CE category 3 UV400 mark. 

    • The lens is also polarized and anti-glare. Well, it's very convenient. Of course, you can also choose ultra-cheap sunglasses. 

    • But you get what you pay for, right? At GoWood, you can expect quality because you pay for it. If something goes wrong, you can rely on Dutch customer service.

6.3 Zenottic Sunglasses: Pick 3

  • Why?

    • UV400 protection-100% protection against harmful UVA rays and your retro aesthetics 

    • Full-frame metal tubular frames with decorative trims, durable and lightweight. 

    • Timeless round lenses complement square, heart and oval face shapes.

  • Why?

    • UV400 protection-100% protection against harmful UVA rays and your retro aesthetics 

    • Full-frame metal tubular frames with decorative trims, durable and lightweight. 

    • Timeless round lenses complement square, heart and oval face shapes.

6.4 GQueen Classic Sunglasses: Pick 4

  • Why?

    • 100% high-definition polarized UV400 lens: UV400 protective lens can block 100% of UVA and UVB rays. 

    • Polarized sunglasses can reduce glare reflections on streets, water, snow, and other horizontal surfaces. 

    • See accurate colours and eliminate reflections and stray light. These sunglasses make your eyes feel comfortable during travel, outdoor activities or daily wear. 

    • Reinforced metal alloy spring hinges-We provide durable and adjustable metal alloy spring hinges for any face shape and provide ultimate comfort and flexibility for sports and leisure. 

    • Highly polished metal frame: Lennon-style round sunglasses series remains faithful to its tradition. 

    • The exquisite high-gloss polished metal frame with high-quality materials will increase your wearing comfort and attract more people's attention.

  • Why?

    • 100% high-definition polarized UV400 lens: UV400 protective lens can block 100% of UVA and UVB rays. 

    • Polarized sunglasses can reduce glare reflections on streets, water, snow, and other horizontal surfaces. 

    • See accurate colours and eliminate reflections and stray light. These sunglasses make your eyes feel comfortable during travel, outdoor activities or daily wear. 

    • Reinforced metal alloy spring hinges-We provide durable and adjustable metal alloy spring hinges for any face shape and provide ultimate comfort and flexibility for sports and leisure. 

    • Highly polished metal frame: Lennon-style round sunglasses series remains faithful to its tradition. 

    • The exquisite high-gloss polished metal frame with high-quality materials will increase your wearing comfort and attract more people's attention.

6.5 Ray-Ban Sunglasses: Pick 5

  • Why?

    • Wearing Ray-Ban RB3447 round metal sunglasses, it looks like a star. 

    • The full-sized frame is made of lightweight tubular metal with bold ribbed edges. 

    • Classic round lenses complement heart, oval and square faces. These sunglasses are easy to wear, with curved brow bars, coated temples and adjustable nose pads. 

    • If the counterculture style of the 60s inspired you, these cosy shades are the perfect complement to your collection of retro-style sunglasses. 

    • The classic 60's style and modern design are combined to show your retro beauty. The full-sided tubular metal frame with decorative trim is durable and lightweight. 

    • The timeless round lenses complement the square, heart and oval face shapes.


  • Why?

    • Wearing Ray-Ban RB3447 round metal sunglasses, it looks like a star. 

    • The full-sized frame is made of lightweight tubular metal with bold ribbed edges. 

    • Classic round lenses complement heart, oval and square faces. These sunglasses are easy to wear, with curved brow bars, coated temples and adjustable nose pads. 

    • If the counterculture style of the 60s inspired you, these cosy shades are the perfect complement to your collection of retro-style sunglasses. 

    • The classic 60's style and modern design are combined to show your retro beauty. The full-sided tubular metal frame with decorative trim is durable and lightweight. 

    • The timeless round lenses complement the square, heart and oval face shapes.


6.6 Polaroid Sunglasses: Pick 6

  • Why?

    • Whether people know it or not, Polaroid was the first to introduce polarized glasses (which dates back to 1936), but it is clear that Ray-Ban and other overpriced brands think this is their market. 

    • Construction, high-quality materials and an exciting combination of elements (soft-touch plastic, metal parts and exciting patterns). Excellent value for money. 

    • Since my last lens, the lens has been dramatically improved and allows smartphones to be used when taking pictures in landscape mode. 

    • Unfortunately, few people notice this; otherwise, you won’t be expensive Pay the bill.

  • Why?

    • Whether people know it or not, Polaroid was the first to introduce polarized glasses (which dates back to 1936), but it is clear that Ray-Ban and other overpriced brands think this is their market. 

    • Construction, high-quality materials and an exciting combination of elements (soft-touch plastic, metal parts and exciting patterns). Excellent value for money. 

    • Since my last lens, the lens has been dramatically improved and allows smartphones to be used when taking pictures in landscape mode. 

    • Unfortunately, few people notice this; otherwise, you won’t be expensive Pay the bill.

6.7 Polaroid Sunglasses: Pick 7

  • Why?

    • They do a fantastic job of glare reduction. Although they have a green tint, they are optically transparent, and you will get used to them after a while. 

    • They are comfortable and light, slightly larger than my previous pair, and they fit perfectly in the sunglasses compartment of my car. 

    • However, I don't think they are too big, and the build quality seems good. The frame has a beautiful texture and a smooth feel. 

    • They are very flexible. These sunglasses have lost a star because I think they are a bit expensive.


  • Why?

    • They do a fantastic job of glare reduction. Although they have a green tint, they are optically transparent, and you will get used to them after a while. 

    • They are comfortable and light, slightly larger than my previous pair, and they fit perfectly in the sunglasses compartment of my car. 

    • However, I don't think they are too big, and the build quality seems good. The frame has a beautiful texture and a smooth feel. 

    • They are very flexible. These sunglasses have lost a star because I think they are a bit expensive.