Method Seven’s Agent 939 LEDfx Plus Eyewear
Method Seven’s Agent 939 LEDfx Plus Eyewear frame wraps with a curved base 8 lens for full protection along with a big and bold temple side for sidelight protection. The features of the frame include bomber hinges and recessed rubber nose pads make the Agent 939 a comfortable and durable optical tool.
The technology of this lens is exciting and promising. Full Spectrum LED lights produce very bright, white light. The light may appear to be “normal white” but often contains high energy in the blue spectrum, and some manufacturers are experimenting with UV and infrared. Colour balance is subtle, but protection is extremely important.
Visual Acuity and Comfort
Method Seven delivers the LEDFx, a scientific formulation for comfort, visual acuity, safety and performance. The world’s first organic lens to block significant infrared heat energy, which keeps your eyes cool and moist. This is a polycarbonate lightweight lens. The LEDfx lens was designed and developed by Method Seven with over two years of research in collaboration with engineers, optical physicists, ophthalmologists and manufacturing at Carl Zeiss Vision. The lens is perfect for Full Spectrum LED and is also great for urban life outside the grow.
Created with TR90
As well as the Agent 939 frame being comfortable and flexible, it is also made with TR90. A Swiss-produced technology, the TR90 is a thermoplastic material that is incredibly durable, flexible, and lightweight. Sunglasses made with TR90 have a flexible quality that allows them to bend under pressure and contour users’ faces comfortably.
Filters and Blocks Light Effectively
The Agent 939 LEDFx filters and blocks light so effectively it doesn’t need to be super dark, so your eyes can work naturally even in very bright conditions providing the best experience for users’ eyes, their plants and their lifestyle.
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