08 Dec

Tis’ the season to go POLAR.

Posted by heather.h on


Sun + Snow =’s Glare. Tis’ the time for Polarization! Polarized lenses contain a special filter that blocks a type of intense reflected light, reducing harsh glare. Anyone who enjoys skiing, biking, jogging, fishing, or any other outdoor activities will greatly benefit from having polarized lenses. Also people who are extremely light sensitive or those who have had cataract surgery would be great candidates for a polarized lens due to the fact that the polarized filter acts as a venetian blind for the lenses, making the lenses much darker.

Polarized lens

Polar is better!

Here is my Holiday gift to you: check out these classic Ray Ban Aviators: http://www.opticsplanet.com/s/ray+ban+aviators+/ . This is your answer to all your gifting needs! Not only is Ray Ban one of the worlds most trusted and well know names, but their classic Aviators come in so many colors, options, and sizes that you can Wow everyone with a customized, durable luxury. Just in case anyone is doing my shopping I really like the RB3025 large aviator Arista frame, pink silver mirrored lenses…just in case!

Ray Ban Large Aviator

Happy Holidays!


Heather is an Eye-wear Expert, Customer Care Specialist and Optician at OpticsPlanet, Inc. With a back ground in the fashion industry and a license in Cosmetology, Heather adds her fun and funky flair to picking out perfect eye-wear.

2 Responses to Tis’ the season to go POLAR.

  1. Is polarization different from UV A/B protection?

  2. hotttodddie

    It certainly is. When light reflects off of flat surfaces, such as a lake, the light waves align in horizontal patterns, creating intense glare. The filters in polarized lenses block these horizontal light waves, substantially reducing blinding glare and its resulting eyestrain.
    The UV A/B protection comes from a coating on the lenses that block 100% of harmful rays from the sun.

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