Seeing clearly with UNITY digital lenses (plus a designer sunglasses giveaway worth $250!)

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I’ve been wearing glasses since I was about 9 years old, so I’ve been through a lot of styles of lenses and frames. Some were definitely better than others. My prescription has gotten stronger over the years, and not so long ago this would have meant coke bottle lenses that weighed down my frames, leaving red marks on my nose. That is why I chose to wear contacts for about 15 years. But now, I don’t have time for that, so glasses it is. Making the switch back to glasses took some effort, and I’ll admit, I wasn’t happy at first. I felt I couldn’t see as clearly as I could with glasses, and oh how I hated the glare.

Then I heard about UNITY digital lenses.

I went to my regular eye doctor for my annual checkup. No special exam was needed for my new lenses, just routine exam. He was really excited to hear I wanted to try the new UNITY digital lenses. Especially since I could get the special BluTech coating – as a blogger I spend hours in front of a computer every day, which means hours in front of blue light. Blue light is a high-energy wavelength of light that can damage your eyes over time, and lead to age-related macular degeneration (AMD).

visit to eye doctor

Once I picked out the designer frames I liked, the optical shop took one additional measurement to insure my new UNITY digital lenses would fit my glasses correctly. That was it.

Another great benefit of my new UNITY lenses it they are a digital, so not only is the frame of the glasses factored in to the lens, but how the glasses fit my face. This is where I’ve noticed the biggest difference. Between the slightly stronger script and a better lens my eyes are noticeably less tired in the evenings. That’s a pretty big deal for me.

The Maven wears UNITY lenses #sponsored

It’s been about three weeks now, and so far so good. I just feel like I see better, and you know what, it’s because I do. No more vision headaches, no more strained eyes. I am a happy camper.

Enter to win a pair of designer sunglasses of your choice valued at $250.

Enter to win a pair of designer sunglasses of your choice (UNITY to provide you a range to choose from – subject to availability) on the Rafflecopter form below. Open to residents of the US only, 18+, void where prohibited, one person per household may enter.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

What kind of UNITY digital lenses would be best for you?

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Comments

  1. Christy Peeples DuBois says

    I would need the single vision lenses according to the website if I read it correctly since I do not wear bifocals.

  2. says

    The computer vision glasses would be wonderful for me. Working on the computer for more then an hour or so makes my head hurt so bad. I wonder if this would help?

  3. Sharon Rooney says

    Right now the UNITY progressive lenses would be the one for me. I am nearsighted however with age I have also become farsighted. What a joy. LOL!

  4. Jenna Wood says

    I think the transitions lenses would work best for me or the computer performance (because I spend 3/4 of the day staring at a screen).

  5. JanD says

    The Unity Single Vision with Blue Light Protection would fit my lifestyle. I do spend a lot of time in front of a screen but I haven’t been uncomfortable to opt for the computer vision lenses.

  6. Sents Saver says

    the progressive lenses would be right for me because they deliver a more precise prescription than traditional lenses &
    Customize my reading vision zone

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