Rayban Aviator Flash Lenses are one of the post popular eye-wear around the world today. Ray-Ban is a brand of sunglasses and eyeglasses founded in 1937 by American company Bausch & Lomb. The brand is best known for their Wayfarer and Aviator styles of sunglasses. In 1999, Bausch & Lomb sold the brand to the Italian Luxottica Group for a reported $640 million.
The history of the Ray-Ban Aviator dates back to the 1930s, when new airplanes allowed people to fly higher and farther. Many US Army Air Service pilots were reporting that the glare from the sun was giving them headaches and altitude sickness. In 1929, US Army asked Bausch & Lomb, a Rochester, New York-based medical equipment manufacturer, to create aviation sunglasses that would reduce the headaches and nausea experienced by pilots.
The prototype, created in 1936 and known as ‘Anti-Glare’, had plastic frames and green lenses that could cut out the glare without obscuring vision.The sunglasses were remodeled with a metal frame the following year and rebranded as the 'Ray-Ban Aviator'. In 1937, Bausch & Lomb took out the patent, and the Aviator was born.
Through virtual reality and online advertising Ray-Ban is now re-connecting with its customer/client base. Through augmented reality the company can demo products through the "Ray-Ban Virtual Mirror"
Throughout the '50s and '60s the Ray-Ban Wayfarer and Aviator sunglasses were the choice of various musicians such as Bob Marley to Bob Dylan. Ray-Ban became more popular after the release of the movie Top Gun. The movie generated a 40 percent increase in sales for the Ray-Ban Aviator brand as it was worn by Tom Cruise.
Bruce Willis wore them in his role as David Addison on Moonlighting. Quentin Tarantino films such as the 1992 crime film Reservoir Dogs. Tom Cruise again wore Ray-Ban Wayfarer in Risky Business. Micheal Jackson wore Ray-Ban's throughout his life specially the silver flash
Rayban Flash Lenses:
Rayban Flash lenses are a solid colored lens, and are found on almost every model in the Ray-Ban lineup. Mirror sunglasses have a reflective optical coating, also called a flash coating, on the outside surface of the tinted lenses. Classic aviator sunglasses are perhaps the most easily recognized style of mirrored sunglasses, but many other styles are available as well. Mirror sunglasses provide certain benefits for both your health and appearance that regular sunglasses don't.
Benefits of Flash Lenses
Mirror coating on sunglasses decreases the amount of light passing through the tinted lenses and into your eyes. Your eyes will likely feel more comfortable and have less strain than if you were wearing tinted lenses without the flash coating.
Another benefit of mirror sunglasses is that they reduce glare while retaining contrast, unlike polarized (regular) lenses. This is advantageous for activities in bright sunlight, such as driving, and for snow, ice and water sports.
UV Light Protection
Mirror lenses are available with up to 100 percent ultraviolet (UV) light protection.
No Eye Contact
Mirror sunglasses prevent other people from seeing your eyes, which can be an advantage if you aren't happy with your eye appearance on any given day. You might, for example, have red and
puffy eyes from hay fever or a cold. Additionally, preventing eye contact is a psychological effect some people enjoy.
When wearing mirror sunglasses, you only see the color of the lens tint, but not the color of the flash coating. You're free to wear mirror lenses in silver, copper, hot pink, purple, green, red, golden and blue or any color you can find without having to view the world in those colors.
RayBan Aviator Flash Glasses will never go out of fashion, they are most amazing tinted glasses available in a range of colours to suit your face type and complexion. If you planning to add colour to this Spring-Summer 2015 and then go ahead and indulge in these awesome RayBan flash glasses, they add glamour to all face types.
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