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Cyxus blue light blocking lens are different from those coating anti blue ray or adding anti blue light pigment lens on the market.
Cyxus lens are designed using the American HEV-Adsorb Lens technology. It can absorb high-energy blue light and provide 100% UV protection. Thus, The lens can be made of a fully transparent base, without adding any pigment, while maintaining high light transmittance, the lens is less reflective, does not affect reading, and almost no color difference.
Shipped: once your order has been shipped, you will receive an e-mail from us with the tracking code and a link where to track it (www.17track.net).
All orders reported as "delivered" by shipping companies are considered delivered. Cyxus cannot be made liable of non-delivery in this case.
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If there are no problems with your address, the delivery of your order may have been delayed by slow Customs,
A "Certification Statement of Impact Resistance" is a written statement from the manufacturer guaranteeing that the lenses have been tested and are impact resistant. FDA may accept such a certification in lieu of test results, but a manufacturer must
make the results available, upon request, to the FDA as soon as practicable.
The regulation states,"In the impact test, a 5/8-inch steel ball weighing approximately 0.56 ounce is dropped from a height of 50 inches upon the horizontal upper surface of the lens. The ball shall strike within a 5/8 inch diameter circle located at
the geometric center of the lens. The ball may be guided but not restricted in its fall by being dropped through a tube extending to within approximately 4 inches of the lens. To pass the test, the lens must not fracture…."
To pass the “Drop Ball" or impact test, the lens must not fracture.
You may “drop ball” test laminated eyeglasses or sunglasses individually or on the same statistical basis as plastic lenses, unless they are of a type unsuitable for impact testing.
FDA has strict restrictions to ensure the effectiveness of the "falling ball" test and impact test.
PC blue light blocking glasses lenses must be impact resistant and require impact testing if sold in USA.
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