I am currently in my third winter of being told that I have the corona disaster.
I am wearing glasses on weekdays.
I am so near-sighted that I can only recognize letters on a computer display at a distance of 30CM with my naked eye.
Corona disaster. Mask required.
Myopia. Glasses required.
Winter. Glasses + mask = foggy.
The glasses I have on hand were made about 5 or 10 years ago (iffy), so even if I wash them, they have small scratches that make it hard to see…
But I’m told that I can see 1.2 with glasses at my annual physical checkup, so I guess I can manage…
But I still have multiple scratches on my glasses when I hold them up to the light…
But it’s not cheap…” I had been thinking about it for many years.
The other day I finally got off my heavy back and bought a new one.
I am amazed at the evolution of glasses these days.
New glasses with anti-fog coating on the lenses (effective for about 2 years)
When I climbed the stairs all the way up to the 4th floor, which is actually called the 3rd floor, to the sales department floor, there was a high probability that my vision would go completely white in the winter, but…
Not cloudy at all! Even when I deliberately exhale all over the place, it doesn’t fog up!
I haven’t tried ramen noodles with my glasses on yet, so I’ll give it a try next time.
Here’s the great thing about the new glasses #2: They are super lightweight!
Although glasses are basically lightweight, they are worn on the face for a long period of time, and they gradually cause pain in the temples and leave marks at the base of the nose, and they gradually take a toll on the wearer.
It has only been a few days since I put on the new glasses, but the physical burden from the glasses has been reduced considerably…
The appearance of the new glasses is the same simple design of the glasses I used to wear, but I am surprised that they are so lightweight and have evolved not to fog up.
I would like to devote myself to evolve inside of the glasses even if the appearance does not change much like these glasses.