Like all glass surfaces, eyeglasses reflect a portion of the light that falls on them. The result is a loss of brightness and decreased visual comfort due to disturbing reflections and blurred areas.
Non-glare lenses are treated with an extremely thin layer of coating that, depending on the degree, allows up to 99 percent of the light to pass through. It is recommended for sharp and optimal vision.
Your advantages at a glance
Transitions everyday lenses can help you through your busy day. These dynamic eyeglass lenses are designed to be worn indoors and to automatically adapt when outdoors to give you a more comfortable viewing experience while providing eye protection from damaging UV light.
- Original Transitions lenses are designed to meet the needs of the majority of those who appreciate the value of eyewear offering adaptive lens technology. With the widest variety of lens designs and materials to choose from, original Transitions lenses quickly adapt between indoor and outdoor conditions, offering a distinct advantage over ordinary clear lenses.
- Transtition Vantage lenses provide noticably crisper, sharper vision. They darken. They polarize. They are your everyday lenses, reimagined. There are clear lenses that can darken. There are sunglasses that are polarized. But never before have everyday eyeglass lenses been able to both darken and polarize in bright, outdoor light. Until now. We took the traditional Transitions lenses you know and love and added variable polarization - polarization that increases as the lenses get darker. And that means your vision gets crisper and sharper. Color contrast and perception becomes richer, vibrant and more vivid. All this, even in the brightest outdoor glare. The world's first and only everyday lenses that are virtually clear indoors and darken and polarize outdoors
- Transitions® XTRActive™ lenses are our darkest everyday lenses ever – quickly adjusting to the darkness of traditional sunglasses in full sun. They continuously adapt to changing light in all conditions – and by sensing and adjusting to visible light as well as UV light, they’re our first everyday lenses turning dark inside a car.