Lockdown is easing and lots of us are going to be getting back to the road. Travelling to see family and friends - for an outside socially distant visit of course! Some may be heading back to the office or travelling for work again.
Recent news reports regarding a top government official driving a long way to test his vision has reignited the issue of driving vision. There are many on the road driving with inadequate vision. Many are using an older spectacle prescription or perhaps have never had an eye examination.
Check out this interview with a colleague on Sky News talking about just this - driving and your vision. Dr Peter Hampson points out that optometrists are still available both in person and remotely for those struggling with their vision or concerned about the health of the eyes.
Is it me or are there a lot more cyclists out on the roads during lockdown? So nice to see everyone keeping so fit!l I may have to take up cycling just so I can wear a pair of these POC cycling glasses - especially in this amazing flourescent pink colour!
POC is a world leader in cycling gear and you will find many professional cyclists sporting their eye wear collection. The frame is ultra lightweight and made to be a durable sports frame. The lens material provides the ultimate in clarity from Carl Zeiss, a world leader in optics who we are proud to work with. The clear and tinted lenses included with each frame can be changed easily.
All the frames come with a hard case and polishing cloth. The lens material is optimised for road cycling. - increasing contrasts on the road surfaces to help you miss those holes and gravel in time. The anti-fog and ripel treatments keeps fog, dirt and grime off your lenses and makes the water pearl off.
The pictures POC DO Blade EF provides 100% UV protection in a Category 2 lenses that allows for 18-43% light transmission.
Each frame from POC comes with a hard case, polishing cloth, storage box for the replacement clear lens.
Take a look at our POC collection as well as other cycling and sport sunnies click below.
Dr Valarie Jerome
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