Diff Eyewear

 

 

When we shop for sunglasses we tend to look at fashion first and how cool or chic our shades are. The reason we are looking for sunglasses is for eye protection. There are lots of advantages in choosing the correct sunglasses.

Diff Eyewear produces the best polarized sunglasses and builds their product on being fashionable, affordable, and socially conscious!

Are Cheap Sunglasses Bad for your Eyes?

Cheap sunglasses are easy on the pocket book but potentially more damaging to the eye than not wearing sunglasses at all. When you diff-pretty-girl.pngpurchase a cheap pair of sunglasses, the cheap shades block some light so your iris stays slightly opens. This opening allows UV light to come in which can damage the retina.

Buying the proper sunglasses provides maximum comfort and safety to your eyes.

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What to look for in sunglasses:

UV Protection Sunglasses: many studies have proven UV radiation can develop cataracts, growths on the surface of the eye, cancer to the eyelid, and a temporary burn to the cornea. Studies have also shown long-term exposure to the sun’s harmful rays can cause macular degeneration.

The American Optometry Association recommends consumers wear sunglasses that block at least 99% of UV Radiation. There is no federal law that regulates the amount of UV protection in sunglasses so it is up to you to shop for the perfect pair of UV protection sunglasses to protect your eyes.

Tinted Sunglasses: a tint in your lens allows your shades to work better in specific situations. The color of the tint makes the difference. Green, Brown, Yellow, and Grey tints minimize color distortion and how you perceive colors.

  • Grey Tinted Sunglasses – the most popular color because it produces a more natural color perceptionkylie.jpg
  • Red Tinted Sunglasses – great for low light areas but tend to cause a significant distortion in color
  • Yellow and Orange Tinted Sunglasses – great for depth perception and contrast enhancement but will distort colors

What are Polarized Sunglasses?

Polarization is definitely the best at protecting your eyes against debilitating glare and reflection. Most quality sunglasses have polarized lenses. Glare from water, concrete, snow, glass, windows, etc can be very dangerous, especially when driving. These surfaces reflect a large amount of light producing those blinding bright spots that blast in your eyes.

Polarized lenses are available in a variety of colors, depending on the material the sunglasses are made from. The darker the color, the higher the polarization.

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Are Polarized Lenses Worth It:

  • Enhances visual comfort
  • Enhances clarity and contrast
  • Reduces eyestrain
  • Enhances perception of true colors
  • Eliminates glare
  • Minimizes reflections

Diff Eyewear produces a super high quality product with a fraction of the cost of most expensive sunglasses. Diff Eyewear has the Best Polarized Sunglasses with superior glare-reducing lenses that are UV and UVB protected.

Buy a Pair, Give a Pair!

What is so unique and special about Diff Eyewear is their mission to create eye wear that is affordable, socially conscious, and fashionable. They have made a promise of “Buy a Pair, Give a Pair.” For every pair of sunglasses purchases, a pair of reading glasses are donated to someone who needs them.

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young-girl-eye-exam.jpgDiff’s original charity partner is Eyes on Africa which is a nonprofit organization that gives eyeglasses to African communities that don’t have access to vision care.

Diff partners with Restoring Vision who have succeeded to fulfill the “Buy a Pair, Give a Pair” commitment to worldwide organizations. They work with partners whose sole mission is to sustain these types of projects. They have helped over 150,000 people see clearly again.

Svosh (Student Volunteer Optometry Services to Humanity) are students who travel to underdeveloped countries and provide vision treatments and eye exams to communities that lack access to vision care. Last year, Diff’s partnership with Svosh restored vision worldwide to over 10,000 people.

Diff’s Pouch Program, The Sabo Project, provides employment and wages to artisans in Uganda and supports the development of schools in Uganda.

 

Diff Eyewear has influenced many celebrities and influencers: Audrina Patridge, Ariana Madix, Shawn Johson, Amanda Stanton, Josh Murray, Holly Madison, Mario Lopez, Alexis Ren, Scott Disick, Christina El Moussa, Giuliana Rancic, Becca Tilley, Joelle Fletcher, Kylie Jenner, Kendall Jenner.

 

Designer Sunglasses by Diff Eyewear

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

 

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Diff Eyewear Becky Gold Frame Cat Eyes

Stainless Steel Frames 

100% UVA/UVB Sun Protection

Scratch Resistant 

Gradient Nylon Lenses 

 


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Diff Eyewear Dash Metal Modern Aviator

Polarized Lenses

Designer Stainless Steel Frame

100% UV400 Lens Rating

Scratch Resistant Lens Coating

 


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Diff Eyewear Astro Metal Brow Bar

Polarized Lenses

Designer Acetate Frame

100% UV400 Lens Rating 

Scratch Resistant

metal frame

mirrored lens


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Diff Eyewear – Becky Cat Eyes

metal stainless steel frame

mirrored lens non-polarized

scratch resistance

100% UVA/UVB Sun Protection

Nylon Lenses

 


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Diff Eyewear – Bella Tortoise Frame 

Stainless Steel

Mirrored lens

Polarized

Scratch resistance

100% UVA/UVB Sun Protection


Diff_BeckyBlackFront_320x_progressive.jpgLil Becky Metal Black Cat Eye

metal frame

gradient lens

polarized

Premium Nylon Lenses

100% UV400 Lens

Scratch Resistant Lens

 


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DIFF Eyewear Astro Metal Brow Bar 

metal frame

gradient lens

Polarized Lenses

Designer Acetate Frame

100% UV400 Lens Rating

Scratch Resistant Lens Coating

 

 


diff-bella_clear_blue_front_sunglasses.jpgDiff Eyewear – Bella Clear Frame Square

metal frame

mirrored lens

Polarized

UVA/UVB protection 

Scratch Resistant

CR39 Lenses 

 


diff-ruby-sunglasses.jpgDIFF Eyewear Ruby Cat Eye

plastic frame

mirrored lens

Polarized Lenses

Designer Acetate Frame

100% UV400 Lens Rating

Scratch Resistant Lens

4 thoughts on “Diff Eyewear

  1. There are so many types of sunglasses but how do we know or how can we check if the sunglasses have UV Protection? And how can we check or be assured of the percentage of UV protection? And how do we check if it is polarised? I have usually seen labels of UV protection and polarisation on the sunglasses but I’m not assured if it’s true. I’m worried that it would hurt my eyes if it’s not true.

    1. Hi there, good morning! I agree and sometimes labels aren’t honest! I especially don’t trust the cheap sunglasses that say they are Polarized and UV Protected. I am providing a link to a really great website full of lots of knowledgeable to help you learn how to see if your shades are polarized. I couldn’t list all of it in an email so I am providing the link. I think this will help!

      https://www.sunglasswarehouse.com/blog/polarization-test/

      Thank you,

      Kristy

        1. You’re very welcome! I learned how to tell if your sunglasses are polarized too! Maybe I will add the link to the Sunglasses Page.. Thanks for sharing.. Have a blessed day!

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