The Benefits of High-Definition Bifocal Sunglasses While Driving

Mass Vision Eyewear Couple Driving HD Bifocal Sunglasses

You’re headed to the beach on a bright, sunny morning. Your kids are singing in the backseat, and the wife’s talking on the phone. Or perhaps you’ve got a few buddies and a cooler full of refreshments and snacks. Either way, everyone is excited and making plans while you are squinting as you try to see past the sun’s glare. A few moments later, your eyes are itchy and feel gritty. A half-hour later, your eyes are swollen and drippy.

Doesn’t sound much like a fun outing, does it? But I’m sure most people can relate. After all, when we think of sun, sand, and clear blue water, our first thought is sunscreen. Rarely do we consider that our eyes are as sensitive as our skin and equally prone to sunburn.

With a pair of high-definition bifocal sunglasses, you can step out on any nice sunny day and enjoy every moment without the discomfort of sensitive, sunburned eyes!

What are High-Definition Bifocal Sunglasses?

These specially manufactured sunglasses are a combination of bifocal and HD lenses. They are designed to protect the wearer from eye strain, fatigue, and sun damage. Simultaneously, they provide the wearer with a bifocal lens to see near and far objects clearly.

Now, you no longer need to carry and switch between two pairs of glasses when stepping out of your home.

Benefits of Using High-Definition Bifocal Sunglasses


The lens is polycarbonate shatterproof, allowing it to take all the pressure of rough use. As an added safety measure, the entire lens is made of high-density copper to help increase contrast and minimize glare.


The tint or gradient on the lenses has been specifically selected to make sight while driving clearer. Wearers will no longer have to squint to distinguish between objects under varying lighting conditions. These tinted lenses protect your eyes by acting as a filter.

100% UV Protection

Of course! The HD sunglasses protect your eyes from the adverse effects of sun exposure. They are made of a polycarbonate lens that blocks UVA and UVB rays while allowing you to view your surroundings safely.


The lenses have a bifocal section at the bottom, which will be of prescription power. They will help you see near and far while you drive.

Where Can You Use HD Bifocal Sunglasses?

  • Driving on sunny and overcast days
  • Fishing
  • Boating
  • For target practice or golf
  • At the beach
  • Biking
  • Hiking
  • While using the computer
  • And of course, for reading

“The Driver” High-Definition Bifocal Reading Sunglasses

“The Driver” HD bifocal reading sunglasses from Mass Vision are the perfect balance of practicality and stunning design. They have all the benefits mentioned above and come in an amber gradient lens that protects your eyes against harmful UV rays and blue light. You will love these glasses so much that you’ll never want to take them off, which is great because you won’t have to!


“The Driver” HD sunglasses are bifocal, UV protected, and shatterproof. Hence buying just one pair is enough. Think of all that money you can save when you no longer need to invest in a different pair of glasses for every activity you do.


Acetate makes the frames durable despite being extra thin and light. Now, you can wear them for extended durations without feeling any discomfort.


We don’t want to scare you, but sun damage is the cause of many eye-related problems like cataracts, cancer, fatigue, macular degeneration, and wrinkles. The eye is a delicate organ that allows us to engage with the world around us, and protecting it should be a priority. So, if you’re driving, reading, or using computers without a pair of HD bifocal sunglasses, perhaps it’s time to consider a change.

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