Can you get different shades of transition lenses?
Transition lenses are now available in four different colours – a selection of earthy shades to make Transition lenses more stylish and give you more choice when it comes to creating your glasses.
What color tint is best for transition glasses?
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.
Are there blue transition lenses?
Transitions light intelligent lenses help protect against harmful blue light both indoors and out, with style to spare. Indoors, Transitions® Signature® lenses filter 1.4x more harmful blue light than a basic clear lens.
Are transition glasses bad for your eyes?
Aside from the sun, transition lenses offer protection against other light sources that may damage the eyes. This includes harmful blue light from screens and various devices. The exposure is also associated with migraines, photophobia, eyestrain, fatigue, and squinting.
Why do my transition lenses not get dark?
Temperature affects how Transitions change. When they’re hot (like in the summer), the lenses will change slower and won’t get as dark. … When Transition lenses do wear out, they will take on a yellowish tinge when they’re clear. They will no longer get as dark at that point.
Can you wear transition lenses at night?
Yes. They can be worn any place that you would wear regular clear lenses all day, every day. Transitions lenses help you see more comfortably inside and out, day and night.
Do transition lenses have anti glare?
Yes. Transitions lenses are compatible with anti-scratch and anti-fog coatings. And not only are they compatible with anti-reflective coatings (which reduce reflections off the lenses), but Transitions lenses are even better in reducing distracting, discomforting, and disabling glare, both indoors and out.
Can glasses have blue light filter and transition?
Transitions® lenses protect your eyes from harmful blue light both outdoors and indoors. Transitions® XTRActive® lenses filter 34% of harmful blue light indoors and 88%-95% outdoors. Transitions® Vantage™ lenses filter 35% of harmful blue light indoors and 85% outdoors.
How long does it take for transition lenses to change?
It takes approximately 30 seconds for your clear photochromic lenses to darken, and the tint on your lenses may continue to change gradually (and subtly) to an even darker shade for the first 10 minutes that you’re outside.
Is blue light bad for eyes?
It’s safe to say most of us spend a lot of time staring at screens. And that can be bad for our eyes. Blue light from electronics is linked to problems like blurry vision, eyestrain, dry eye, macular degeneration, and cataracts. Some people have sleep issues.