Glare occurs when the light entering your visual field is intense, causing discomfort and in some cases, it completely blocks your vision. Whether you are playing your favorite sport or preparing reports by spending hours staring to your computer screen, its common to get glared even doing simple tasks. Polarized sunglasses are specialized eyewear designed to reduce glare, enhance visual clarity and reduce eye strain.
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How Polarized Sunglasses Work?
Our polarized sunglasses comes with AR coatings or anti-glare coatings applies to glasses through a series of layers on front and back of the lenses. Each layer is designed to block a certain wavelength of lights, allowing you to enjoy every moment with no noticeable visual limitations.
AR coatings makes the sunglasses less reflective, making them look great on photos and under bright lights. On top of that, we our sunglasses collections are less prone to scratching.
Benefits of Polarized Sunglasses
Specialized anti-glare coatings let you see the world in a whole new light and color. It allows more light to pass through the lens while eliminating glare, so you have clear vision on the job, in the classroom, around the house, and behind the wheel.
Enhance Your Appearance
By removing harsh reflections from your lenses, AR coatings allow others to see you – not that annoying glare. Whether you’re posing for a picture or video chatting with a friend, you can feel confident that your eyes take center stage.
Extend the Life of Your Lenses
AR coatings protect your glasses against scratches and smudges, resulting in lenses that last longer. This also means you’ll be replacing your lenses less frequently, which can help save you money.
Reduce Your Blue Light Exposure
Specialty AR coatings combat digital eye strain by reducing your exposure to blue light from digital devices and lighting. If you’re unfamiliar with digital eye strain, it’s that tired, irritated feeling you get in your eyes after looking at a digital screen for a few hours.
Protect Your Eyes from UV Rays
AR coatings can also help protect your eyes from the sun’s damaging rays. UV protection can be added to the backside of the lenses to defend your eyes against UV rays reflected off surfaces like sidewalks and windows.
How do you know if your glasses have anti-glare?
Just hold the glasses where they will reflect light. If the lights reflecting are the color of the lights, you do not have Anti-Reflective coating. If they reflect in a color like green, gold, purple or blue, you have the coating.