Do you need anti-glare with transition lenses?
Yes, transition lenses accept anti-glare (AR) coating, and there are good reasons to have one applied. An anti-glare coating makes your glasses look better to others. They restrict stray reflections on the front of your lenses, the reflections that mask your eyes.
Do transition lenses look cool?
They’re also pretty cool. Available in a variety of shapes, sizes, and tints—the lenses are thinner, stylish, and great looking . . . and they transform like magic from indoors to outdoors and back again.
Which transition lens color is best?
If you are looking for better contrast to increase visual acuity for things like golfing and fishing, then transition brown is the color for you. If you are looking for the absolute darkest transition lens possible, you should veer towards transition gray.
Why are my transition lenses don’t get dark?
For instance, since extremely high temperatures can affect lens performance, Transitions lenses may not always get as dark as sunglasses. Also, since they are activated by UV exposure, most Transitions lenses don’t work behind the windshield of a car (your windshield actually blocks UV rays).
Are Transitions lenses uncool?
Well, if you’ve gone without photochromic lenses for fear of being “uncool”, we’ve got good news: Transition lenses are cool again! But even if they weren’t, light adaptive lenses have something to offer everyone.
Can you wear sunglasses over transition lenses?
With transitional lenses, you can wear sunglasses while driving and still be able to read important street signs. Limits risk of losing glasses – Carrying around two pairs of glasses means that you’re much more likely to lose or misplace one of them.
Do people like transition lens?
Some people love it some hate it. Why? They are basically a lens that turns dark outdoors and back into regular optical lenses indoors so it eliminates the hassle of carrying two pair of glasses. Transition lenses been growing in popularity recently in the eyewear field.
Are transition lenses uncool?
Well, if you’ve gone without photochromic lenses for fear of being “uncool”, we’ve got good news: Transition lenses are cool again! But even if they weren’t, light adaptive lenses have something to offer everyone. While photochromic, or light-adaptive lenses, known as Transition Lenses, have had a controversial past.