What is the difference between transitions and XTRActive?
Transitions® Signature lenses continuously adapt to changing light so they’re always exactly the depth of tint you need them to be. Transitions®Xtractive®lenses provide extra protection from light, even in the car. They go extra dark outdoors to protect from the brightest sun, even in the hottest conditions.
Do Transitions Vantage lenses work in the car?
Yes. Transitions lenses react quickly to changing light and darken outside in bright sunlight. 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 transition XTRActive worth it?
They will get extra dark when someone is outdoors in the sunlight. This makes them one of the best lens options for driving, since they will reduce the glare while someone is driving. The Xtractive lenses are also great for those who use a computer all day long. They will reduce the light that hits their eyes.
What is transition Vantage?
TRANSITIONS® VANTAGE™ LENSES ARE THE. FIRST AND ONLY PHOTOCHROMIC LENSES WITH VARIABLE POLARIZATION. There are clear lenses that 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.
Which is better photochromic or transition?
So what is the difference between polarized lens tint & photochromic or Transition® Lenses? Polarized lenses are permanently tinted dark. They don’t change color. Photochromic lenses (of which Transitions® is the best-known brand) on the other hand, start out clear but turn dark in the bright sunlight.
What color transition lenses are best?
Photochromic tint options
- Gray — Appropriate for sunny and cloudy days, gray lenses are ideal for general, everyday use, including driving.
- Green — Best for reducing glare and brightening shadows, green lenses provide higher contrast than gray lenses and more exact color accuracy than brown lenses.
What is the best color for transition lenses?
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.
Can you drive at night with transition XTRActive?
Technology available for driving lenses Transitions XTRActive technology activates by visible light from the sun reducing glare during the evening and being clear at night for optimal vision performance.
Which is better polarized or transitions?
Polarized lenses reduce glare wherever they can: on bright, horizontal surfaces, such as white sand beaches, snow, and sunlight reflecting off water. Photochromic lenses, on the other hand, are usually clear but turn dark in bright sunlight. Then, when you go back somewhere dimmer, they become clear once more.
How much do Transitions Vantage lenses cost?
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Do transition glasses wear out?
Transitions lenses begin to fade back to clear as soon as UV rays are no longer present. How long do Transitions Lenses last? Transitions lenses are designed to last two years, which is generally the lifetime of your vision care prescription.