In the previous article, we discussed “What sunglasses suit a man’s face?”. In this article, let’s talk about “What type of sunglasses are suitable for driving?”.
About Polarized Sunglasses
Polarized sunglasses only absorb the reflected light of the object itself, presenting what is being seen, making the field of view clearer and thus reducing eye strain. In addition, the light through a bumpy road, water, and other places also can produce irregular diffuse light. The polarized lens can be this kind of optical filter, only absorbing the reflection of the object itself. Because of its high-efficiency filter layer, the UV blocking rate of the polarized sunglasses is 99%, which can effectively reduce UV damage to the eyes. And if you are driving, fishing, traveling, skiing, it is recommended to choose more powerful polarized sunglasses.(https://www.koalaeye.com/collections/polarized-sunglasses)
About Non-polarized Sunglasses
Non-polarized sunglasses block only commonly strong light and filter ultraviolet rays. And the efficiency of its filter ultraviolet ray is lower. But you know, in our daily life, in addition to strong light and ultraviolet light, the light through the uneven road surface, water, and other places will also produce an irregular diffuse reflection of light, so that the human eyes will suffer blurred vision, fatigue. Generally speaking, for a short period of outdoor sports, the non-polarized sunglasses can already meet your needs.
Which sunglasses are best for driving, polarized sunglasses or non-polarized sunglasses?
Polarized and non-polarized sunglasses are the same in the ability to protect against ultraviolet rays. But when you work as a driver, in addition to the front of the sun, sometimes there are highway road reflective lights, other car body reflective lights, and so on. Glare will make people's eyes uncomfortable and fatigue, and affect the clarity of vision, stimulating the eyes. Polaroid lenses can filter out light from different angles, so when you driving, is best to wear polarized sunglasses.
Be careful to choose driving sunglasses.
Many people take it for granted that the darker the color, the better its UV protection. The function of filter the ultraviolet ray of the sunglasses is concerned with the film of plating only. Especially for long-distance drivers, wearing sunglasses that are too dark can make eyes more tired. And entering dark areas such as tunnels from the strong sun is more dangerous.
Some drivers are slightly myopic, but when they wear sunglasses, there's a problem: their eyes are more likely to tire and the vision can deteriorate, just like driving at night. So, if the slightly myopic drivers want to wear sunglasses, they must be equipped with a myopic degree of the lens.
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