Transition lenses, also called photochromic lenses, are the lenses that darken in the sunlight and lighten in softer light or the dark. These transition lenses or photochromic lenses provide the convenience of sunglasses without having to wear them over your prescription glasses or having to constantly switch between the two.
However, there are two different voices of transitions lenses. So, in the following section, we will show you the pros and cons of the transition lenses.
The Pros of Transitions Lenses
First, we will show you the advantages of the transition lenses.
Transition lenses or photochromic glasses are quite cost-effective. With the transition lenses, you don’t have to buy two pairs of glasses: prescription glasses or normal glasses and you do not need to switch them frequently. So, they are also convenient and bring you great convenience.
Carrying two pairs of glasses means that you are much more likely to lose or misplace either of them. Having only one pair of glasses can limit the risk of losing glasses. In addition, transition glasses provide more protection than normal sunglasses. They can filter out a good deal of harmful UV rays from the sun so as to protect your eyes.
What’s more, transition glasses come in a lot of different styles, shades, and tints suitable for anyone’s taste, so it won’t limit your fashion and make you look more fashionable.
The Cons of Transition Lenses
However, besides the pros of transition lenses, there are also some negative voices of transition lenses.
The transition lenses are not effective in cars because the windshield blocks the UV rays so that transition lenses won’t darken very well in the car.
Different brands of photochromic glasses have different levels of darkness and different reaction times. So, you may need to ask the doctor to find the brand that works best for you. Transition glasses are affected by colder weather. So it means that it may take a bit longer to react to UV rays in winter. Most transition lenses are not polarized which may result in harsh glares.
So, if you need transition glasses, try Koalaeye Optical, which provides the Koalaeye photochromic glasses. Besides these, Koalaeye Optical also provides other kinds of glasses, such as blue light blocking glasses, polarized sunglasses, progressive sunglasses, and so on.
To sum up, this post has shown some information about transition lenses and the pros and cons of photochromic lenses. If you have any different ideas for transition lenses, you can share them in the comment zone. If you have any problems with glasses or sunglasses, feel free to contact us via the email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will reply to you as soon as possible.