Everyone loves getting a new high-tech gadget—especially when you’re upgrading from something old. It seems like we’re always upgrading to the latest and greatest, doesn’t it? Chances are you already have a new high-definition TV, that awesome new phone—and I bet you’re watching the Internet to find your next upgrade.
With all the focus on the best of the best, have you ever thought about your eyeglasses and the lenses inside them? Turns out, you are probably wearing old-school tech on your face.
So let’s take a look at some options to upgrade your eyes to the most advanced experience. First let’s talk about your frame and how it should be made of a space-age memory metal. Wait, does that even exist? Actually, it does, and it’s called Flexon. It bends and twists and returns to its original shape. It was originally invented for NASA, and that’s pretty cool.
Now what about your lenses? Most people spend forever picking out their frame—which is important—but don’t give a second thought to what actually helps you see (the lenses). You’ve got to go digital if you want the best vision possible. Why? UNITY digital lenses are customized to your eyes and face, not just your prescription like old lenses. Not getting digital lenses is like opting for one of those old glass bubble TV screens over a high-def flat screen.
Now that I’ve gone on about the most technologically advanced glasses and lenses you can wear—short of sporting a computer on your face—you can actually win some. In honor of Flexon’s 25th anniversary, we’re giving away 25 pairs of Flexon frames fitted with UNITY digital lenses in our Upgrade Your Eyes Sweepstakes.