If you've ever shopped for sports sunglasses for running, cycling, hiking, or whatever else, you know there are tons of different coloured lenses to choose from. From copper to rose to yellow, these do make a little bit of a difference in what you see. The Wirecutter digs into when and why this might matter.
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Gunnar Optiks and Uvex computer glasses both promise to reduce eye strain, prevent computer-related headaches, and be comfortable to wear for long periods of time. But Uvex's basic frames, while not even remotely as visually appealing as the Gunnar line, are a fraction of the cost. Let's see who is victorious in this battle between beauty and the beast.
If your glasses need serious adjustment, take them to a professional, but there's a lot you can do to make yours more comfortable at home. Maybe they rest a little too low on your nose, or they pinch a little bit, or they're a little crooked. This graphic shows you how to handle all of those issues.
Last month, we put Riedel's fancy $39.95 Coke glass through its paces in a series of Coca-Cola "taste-offs". To our surprise, it really did improve the carbonation and overall flavour of the drink; especially when compared to an aluminium can. However, there was one receptacle that we didn't get a chance to test -- the iconic glass Coke bottle (AKA the best way to drink Coke.) Prepare for the ultimate face-off!
A new study finds people who wear glasses to interviews are more intelligent and more likely to get hired. Also, 40 per cent of people say they'd wear fake glasses to interviews to land a job. File both those findings under "Duh".