Method Seven Offers Eye Protection For Indoor Growers

Method Seven, based in Santa Cruz, CA, is pleased to announce that they have expanded their line of eye protection for indoor growers with a frame specifically designed for women. The company specializes in providing high quality glasses for use in grow rooms. Their products are crafted from materials that elevate the functionality of the glasses.

Grow rooms have plenty of light, but not in a broad spectrum. Though this might be ideal for plants, the same cannot be said for human eyes. The human eye contain structures known as rods and cones that need broad spectrum light in order to focus, recognize shapes, register movement and see color. In a grow room environment, sunglasses make vision worse by uniformly darkening all light. Though this may reduce squinting, it does not improve color perception, and makes focusing difficult.

According to Method Seven, cheap glasses make one’s eyes and brain work overtime to compensate for the lack of broad spectrum light. This eventually leads to fatigue, headaches, seeing spots, and in some cases, damaging UV radiation. The company asserts that, “Your eyes are essential and so is getting the most out of your yield.” Method Seven insists that cheaper plastic glasses do not offer the same level of eye protection as their best-in-class eyewear.

Method Seven states that their Perfect Color HPS lenses are “the best grow room glasses, hands down.” Made from German mineral glass, these scratch-resistant grow glasses are optimized for professionals seeking the highest level of performance as well as the best yield. Designed for the intense yellow spectrum of High Pressure Sodium lights, Perfect Color HPS lenses are the highest performing grow room glasses in the company’s product line.

https://methodseven.com/lennox-perfect-color-hps/

Manufactured by Carl Zeiss, Method Seven’s synthetic HPS grow glasses utilize notch filtering technology. This unique alternative to polarization establishes excellent color balance, free of the haze and distortion found in cheap sunglasses. These lightweight and durable grow light glasses are a great value for outfitting larger crews. The HPS+ silver coating option, available with both glass and synthetic lens options, is ideal for extra-bright, high wattage environments and crossover use in different industries. All of Method Seven’s HPS grow room sunglasses offer 100% UV protection.

The Lennox is a women-specific frame designed to fit smaller faces while still providing plenty of coverage. The product is hand-tooled in Italy from acetate, which Method Seven describes as the “sumptuously rich and smooth material of luxury brands.” Named after Mary Lennox, the protagonist in the classic novel The Secret Garden, this frame is confident and refined with a touch of whimsy. According to Method Seven’s website, “From your secret (or not so secret garden) to the street, the Lennox will transform your view.” The company also offers a selection of polarized sunglasses for women.

John Flynn rates Method Seven 5/5 stars and recommends it on Amazon, commenting “Great product, works exactly as you would want it to.” He notes that the pictures in the magazines weren't lying; “these glasses allow you to see your garden without the HPS haze, which makes diagnosing issues much, much easier. They also appear to give your garden a high-definition look and help with depth perception. They are a little pricey, but it's worth not dealing with the strain HPS light can put on your eyes.”

Method Seven designs high-quality glasses and photo filters for indoor and outdoor growing environments. Their glasses provide true color in bright lighting and are optimized for each of the standard grow lighting spectrums. Mineral glass lenses are infused with rare earth elements to filter the grow room light spectrum and restore natural color, making it easier to spot issues like pests and nutrient deficiency. Perfect Color HPS+ lenses are scratch-resistant, easy to clean, and do not haze over. They also block ultraviolet light and infrared heat, keeping eyes cool and moist under bright grow room lights. To learn more about Method Seven’s product line, visit the company’s website, or contact them directly via email or phone.

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For more information about Method Seven, contact the company here:

Method Seven
James Cox
(831) 600-7455
customerservice@methodseven.com
1010 Fair Ave suite K, Santa Cruz, CA 95060

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