Method Seven Introduces Indoor Grow Room Glasses
Method Seven, a specialty optics company based in Santa Cruz, CA, is happy to offer indoor grow room glasses, which serve as eye protection for indoor growers. It is important to note that grow rooms have a lot of light; however, it is not broad spectrum light. These indoor grow lights are tailored for plants, but they can be harmful to eyes. This is because the rods and cones within human eyes require broad spectrum light to focus, see color, register movement, and recognize shapes. Sunglasses are not appropriate for indoor grow room environments because they darken all the light uniformly. Though sunglasses may reduce squinting, they still make it difficult to focus or see true color.
Some so-called grow light glasses are made from cheap plastic lenses that distort light and have very poor clarity, making vision appear blurry or hazy. Cheap grow room glasses force the brain and the eyes to work much harder in order to compensate, resulting in headaches, fatigue, seeing spots, and even eyesight damage. Method Seven indoor grow room glasses render true color and provide complete safety, even under high-intensity discharge (HID) lights. See foliage accurately, spot deficiencies and pests before they become a problem. No eye strain, no headaches, no long-term eye damage.
Method Seven offers a variety of indoor grow room glasses for various applications. HPS Grow Glasses allow the user to see “perfect color” in the intense yellow spectrum and harsh light emitted by High Pressure Sodium (HPS) lights. Other indoor grow room glasses offered by Method Seven are the Full Spectrum LED grow glasses, designed in partnership with Carl Zeiss Vision. These full spectrum Method Seven FX lenses achieve a perfect balance of light and dark, allowing the user to view the canopy with confidence and sufficient protection under bright white full spectrum LED lights.
Also available are CMH / LEC grow glasses, which are suitable for indoor grow rooms that use ceramic metal halide (CMH) and light emitting ceramic (LEC) lamps. CMH and LEC lamps produce bright white full spectrum light, which has high levels of infrared and ultraviolet radiation, requiring a unique lens for proper protection. The Method Seven FX lens is that unique lens. Developed in collaboration with Carl Zeiss Vision, this lens employs cutting-edge technology to ensure unmatched safety and comfort under LEC and CMH grow lights.
Also available from Method Seven are the Blurple LED grow glasses. These are the world’s first grow glasses specifically developed for blurple (blue + purple) or magenta spectrum LED grow lights. This cutting-edge lens technology was also developed in collaboration with Carl Zeiss Vision, allowing the user to experience true color, clarity, and comfort under magenta, pink, and blurple LED lights.
Method Seven also has MH grow glasses with a silver plus coating, designed specifically for indoor grow rooms that use metal halide (MH) lamps. These glasses offer full protection and optimal color balancing in environments with high levels of infrared heat.
Method Seven Sun / Outdoor Grow glasses, utilize SUNp lenses that have been specially designed for working under the sun. These lenses maintain balanced color for horticultural applications, and advanced polarizing technology allows people to view screens such as phones, tablets or cameras with clarity.
Method Seven also offers a phone camera filter for grow rooms. The Catalyst HPS Phone & Tablet Camera Filter enables clear and color balanced shots in an HPS grow room using a cell phone camera.
Those who would like to learn more about indoor grow room glasses and other related products from Method Seven can check out their website, contact them on the phone or via email.
For more information about Method Seven, contact the company here:
1010 Fair Ave suite K, Santa Cruz, CA 95060