Monthly Archives: January 2011

28 Jan

My last Blog was about Drivewear and I want to talk more about the advantages of a lens that works for us. I recently acquired my first pair of eyeglasses with Transition Brand lenses. I just so happen found a very attractive frame that I wanted to become my 2nd pair, for outfit changes. I was choosing my usual lens options and upgrades when suddenly my lab customer service representative Ellie encouraged me to consider the Transition clear to gray lenses. This means the lenses will be clear and in the presence of Ultraviolet rays then they will darken to gray. I thought; okay, this will be my backup pair if I do not like them. I have sold many a Photochromic lens to customers and discussed the features and benefits as you all know. I try to be the Johnnie Appleseed of light adjusting lenses. Transitions offer comfort from eyestrain, convenience and protection. Transitions lenses react to the changing intensity of natural light. Our eyes work all day trying to adjust and adapt to this changing light. This lens allows just enough light through the lenses to reach the eyes. This actually reduces glare and enhances contrast. They …
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11 Jan

Drivewear is an amazing technology. How many lenses can change 3 colors depending on the conditions around you? How many lenses are both Polarized and Photochromic? Drivewear can boast all of the above. First while indoors you look trough a green yellow lens, then while driving in the car the lens changes to copper. Finally when out the great outdoors in full sunlight you have a reddish brown lens. To me this is amazing!

The yellow green color was chosen and designed to maximize useful light reaching the eye in low light and overcast conditions. Combined with the polarized filter it enhances visual acuity. The copper color is designed to remove excess light and to provide good traffic signal recognition; highlighting the reds and greens. Perfect for when you are behind the wheel. One of the most unique features of Drivewear is that it is the only Photochromic lens to darken behind the windshield of a car. When you are outdoors, Drivewear is activated by UV and visible light and deepens to a dark reddish-brown color. This color was designed for maximum filtration of excess light and to provide maximum protection from bright light and blinding glare. The brown color …
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