Method Seven Resistance HPS Premium Features & Benefits
- All the features of M7 HPS Classic lens plus Resin Repel, an anti-fog anti-stick coating.
- Anti-reflective coating to cut glare.
We love the sticky icky. Just not on our glasses. Enter Resin Repel, your best defense against the sticky stuff. This advanced anti-stick coating has been four years in the making, plus it has anti-fogging properties too. The HPS Premium lens carries all the features of our HPS Classic lens, plus the joy of Resin Repel and an anti-reflective coating to cut glare. If you're looking for Triple A quality glasses to use under high pressure sodium lights, HPS Premium is the answer.
The original, award winning Resistance frame keeps you covered in comfort for long hours. This classic Base 8 style is molded in Italy with lightweight TR-90 thermoplastic for the best in durability and flexibility. Featuring inset nose and temple pads, the Resistance stays in place so you can stay focused.
Eye Width: 62mm
Temple Length: 130mm
Method Seven Product Care
For the best experience with your M7 product, tighten the hinge & frame screws occasionally. Hooking temple pieces onto your shirt collar can loosen screws and should be avoided. Clean your glasses frequently, and store them in their M7 case and pouch. Clean by blowing away loose dust and debris, then run warm water over the lenses and frames. Dry using the included microfiber bag or optical cleaning cloth. When a deeper cleaning is required to remove oil or sunscreen, use a small drop of gentle hand-soap between your thumb and forefinger and gentle pressure to wash the lenses. Resin buildup can be safely removed by applying a small drop of coconut oil and rinsing with warm water. Approved “sunglass cleaners” are ok (we like Zeiss lens cleaner, make sure your cleaner says "for coated lenses"), but avoid household glass cleaners and any that may contain ammonia or alcohol. Sunscreen, sweat, hair products, and cosmetics should be immediately washed away as they can damage coatings. Never use paper towels, tissue or t-shirts to clean or dry lenses. Occasionally wash the microfiber bag in the laundry, embedded dust or debris can cause damage. Damage due to improper care is not covered under warranty.