Originally designed for military use for air-traffic controllers using computers for 14, 16, 18 hours a day to eliminate glare. Now has been demilitarised and available to all that suffer from glare issues.
The unique Copper Mesh with advanced blue light blocker, aligns scattered light and reflections to dampen glare and sharpen the contrast to help reduce eyestrain.
Also consider Copper Mesh Lenses for when your eyes are healthy and no spectacle prescription is required but you still suffer from:
"I have suffered from multiple sclerosis for the last 20 years and have just recently collected my new pair of copper mesh spectacles, they have eliminated the motion sickness I used to get in the car so now I do not get car sick anymore!"
Mrs L, Bearsted
"The glasses worked very well, they not only helped to relax the eyes but also, with the addition of the UV layer, helped to relax the surroundings to help tackle symptoms such as headaches and lack of focus, improving the ability to work on the computer whilst wearing them. Thanks so much to Kings Hill Opticians for their help."
Miss A, West Malling
"As a busy PA to a managing director, I spend all my time on computers. My Copper Mesh glasses have eliminated my eye strain, my tired eyes, I find them more comfortable and I feel more relaxed whilst wearing them and seem to frown less. If they reduce my lines around my eyes and I don't need botox, I will be even happier!
Thank you to the team at Kings Hill Opticians!"
Ms Z Gillings
"Excellent service. Due to having Fibromyalgia my eyes are very sensitive to bright lights causing me to get severe headaches and migraines making every day activities such as shopping unpleasant. The staff recommended trialing the Copper Mesh lenses to see if that would help. I have since brought a pair of glasses with these lenses and they have made such a difference. I have since been shopping in the same shops and the experience has been much more pleasant. The glare from my phone and tablet is also reduced when I wear my glasses, again making computer work more pleasant. I would definitely recommend :)"
Nicola Galea - Google Review
"Dear Mr Gill
Many thanks for introducing me to your Copper Mesh glasses. Since being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 23 years ago, I have experienced motion sickness on car journeys. With the use of these glasses this problem has been totally eliminated.
I also find them calming and relaxing in general wear from the moment I put them on.
Again, many thanks"
"As somebody who uses the computer all day, every day, I find when I am not wearing my Copper Mesh glasses my eyes feel like they are on fire.
Having been recently diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome these glasses are such a relief."
"As a professional driver I have found that my migraines have reduced significantly since wearing my Copper Mesh glasses all the time."
Mr J Tillett
"After recently having an eye operation the Copper Mesh glasses have improved my night driving by 30%."
Mr A Petty
"Previously a lot of motorway night driving left my visually fatigued. But a more recent 250 mile night drive wearing my Copper Mesh glasses left me visually and physically more confident and relaxed. I would confidently recommend Copper Mesh glasses to anyone who is having problems with night driving."
F N Email
"My son was having problems at school with his reading. He had a visual stress assessment which was inconclusive. He now wears Copper Mesh glasses all the time and has moved up a set in reading already within 6 weeks."
Mrs S Toor
"We have definitely seen amazing results with our son's reading and writing skills since using his 'magic specs' as he calls them."
"Our patient who has had a stroke which left her vision 'patchy' tried Copper Mesh over her prescription and started crying. When asked she said it was because the filter had made her vision complete, and the holes in her vision had been filled in. She movingly said that 'she had got her vision back!'"
"Our patient who was unable to tolerate PC screen glare, also having a history of headaches, is now much more comfortable wearing her Copper Mesh prescription."
"Our patient who works on computers in a windowless office, suffered from headaches and eye strain which were banished when wearing Copper Mesh glasses."
"One of our patients had recently been diagnosed with solar urticaria from Guys Hospital in London and has had lupus for a number of years whilst experiencing a lot of issues with glare said 'thank you to Kings Hill Opticians for helping with the Copper Mesh glasses and with the forms'."
Don’t give up on your New Year’s resolutions – they’re great for your eye health
How are your New Year’s resolutions going? We’re mid-February and many of you may have forgotten about them, but we’ve got a reason to motivate you to help keep on track: New Year’s resolutions can be great for your eye health. Our guide will help strengthen your resolve to help you stick to your guns.
An award-winning start to the year
We’ve kicked off 2019 with a flying start, being shortlisted as finalists for the national Opticians Awards 2019 and winning Essilor’s National Bespoke Varilux Practice of the Year!
How to look after your eyes on the ski slopes this winter
If you’re planning on hitting the slopes this winter, it is important to look after your eyes. Ultra violet light can be more powerful on the ski slopes because of the snow’s reflectiveness, so it’s vital that you prepare properly and get the right protection. Our expert opticians explain the dangers high levels of exposure can cause, and what you need to do to look after your eyes.
How our interest-free credit can benefit you this Christmas
We all know that the main role of glasses is to enable you to see clearly, but they become part of your face and personality, so it’s important that they make you feel and look fabulous as well.
Optician stopped me having a major stroke
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How copper mesh lenses help you look after your eyes
Copper mesh spectacle lenses are a revolutionary product that can help with a whole range of eye conditions, many of which are aggravated at this time of year, when we spend more time indoors with drying central heating and working by electric light for more hours of the day. If you suffer from tired eyes, headaches, motion sickness, Multiple Sclerosis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia or even reading difficulties, they could be the solution you’ve been looking for.
Alcohol Awareness Week – the problems of being blind drunk
Alcohol Awareness Week, running between the 19 and 25 November, aims to encourage people to change their relationships with drink. We all know that drinking too much can have serious consequences on your health – but did you know that it can also impact your eye health?
Looking after your eyes this winter
Winter can be a magical time for everybody. To make sure it is kept that way, we’ve put together a short guide on the signs to look out for to ensure you keep on top of your eye health during the colder months so that you don’t run into any future problems.
World Diabetes Day – diabetes and eye health
World Diabetes Day on 14 November is seeing to raise awareness about the disease to help people prevent, spot and manage it more successfully. The link between diabetes and eye health is profound: blurred and variable vision can be one of the first signs of diabetes, and diabetes is one of the leading causes of blindness.
Kings Hill Opticians Saved My Life
2018 Sports Sunglasses range
Opticians awards 2018
We are delighted to be selected for the Finals of the National Awards as Independent Practice of the Year.
Eyezen lenses: relaxing eyes to help protect visual health
Eyezen focus reduces eyestrain and improves small character readability. Light scan reduces glare, improves contrast and helps prevent premature aging of your eyes.
New hope for Macular Degeneration Suffers
Blocks UV + Harmful Blue-Violet light (transmitted by modern digital devices) and helps prevent premature eye ageing
Diagnosis error revealed 15 years on
A KINGS Hill woman who has been treated for an eye condition for 15 years has found out she never suffered from the illness.
I was lucky not to lose my eyesight
WAITING for her father-in-law at an opticians’ appointment, Susan Stratful began trying on some frames.