OCT 20

What are the Differences in your Transition Lenses for Prescription Safety Glasses

Transitions Lenses

Simply put, Transitions lenses adapt. They adjust from clear indoors to dark outdoors. But it’s not just about light or dark; it’s about everything in between. No matter where you are, or what situation you’re in, Transitions lenses adapt to the perfect shade so you see with just the right amount of light.

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Transitions® lenses are the #1 eyecare professional-recommended photochromic lenses worldwide. Transitions® lenses are equipped with patented, photochromic dyes that enable the lenses to rapidly activate, or darken, when they are exposed to the sun’s ultraviolet light. The greater the intensity of UV rays, the darker the lenses become. When UV light is no longer present, including indoors or at night, the lenses fade back to their original state.

To meet the diverse needs of consumers, Transitions offers different lens options, which include a family of everyday lenses which are lenses that can be worn indoors and outdoors all day long: Transitions lenses, Transitions® XTRActive™ lenses, and Transitions® Vantage™ lenses. Drivewear lenses are ideal for those want adaptive lenses that will work behind a car windshield.

transitions-signature-lensesFully clear indoors – but outside, they’re more responsive than ever thanks to our exclusive Chromea7™ photochromic technology. They are more reactive to UV light so they get darker in more conditions, including bright sun, partially sunny, cloudy, and everything in between. They also adapt to indirect light – such as light reflected from buildings, cars, and many other surfaces.

Fast Facts

•  Fully clear indoors and at night
•  Fast fade back speed
•  Block 100% of UVA & UVB rays
•  Fit any prescription and frame
•  Suitable for any age including children

transitions-vantage-lenses_1Hello world, goodbye glare.  Thanks to breakthrough technology, new Transitions Vantage lenses don’t just adapt to changing light, they also polarize as they darken.  Outdoors, the polarization adjusts to match the level of outdoor glare, which can vary as the day progresses and conditions change.   That means you see life in the best light with less glare for better clarity and color.

Fast Facts

•  The only everyday lenses with variable polarization
•  Polarization adjusts to match the level of outdoor glare
•  Block 100% of UVA & UVB rays
•  Designed to work with most prescriptions and frames

transitions-xtractive-lensesAll day your eyes are bombarded by light.  All day Transitions XTRActive lenses adapt to help protect your eyes from fatigue and strain caused by UV light and bright glare outdoors, and even activate behind the windshield.  Indoors they have a comfortable hint of tint to shield your eyes from strain caused by harsh indoor light.

Fast Facts

•  Activation behind the windshield of a car
•  Comfortable hint of tint indoors to shield the eyes from harsh
indoor light
•  Our darkest lens outdoors, even in the hottest temperatures
•  Block 100% of UVA & UVB rays
•  Designed to work with most prescriptions and frames

transitions-drivewear-lenses_1Daytime light and weather conditions constantly change while driving and so do Transitions Drivewear sun lenses. Their NuPolar® polarization removes glare off the road and car hood. Transitions® photochromic technology adjusts the color and tint of the lenses as light conditions change, providing ideal color and clarity for driving

Fast Facts

•  In low light or overcast conditions, the lenses are a green/yellow 
color that provide high contrast and minimize glare
•  Behind the windshield, the lenses activate to a copper color 
enhancing color recognition and depth perception
•  In bright outdoor light, the lenses activate to a dark red-brown 
filtering excess light to provide maximum comfort
•  Lenses that work with most prescriptions and frames

If you’re looking for prescription safety glasses with Transition lenses, here’s what you should know:

  • Prescription safety eyeglasses with Transition lenses can be found in dark brown or gray transitions. The gray turns darker, and the dark brown is more comparison enhancing.
  • Prescription safety eyeglasses with Transition lenses can be found in single eyesight, progressive bifocals, and lined bifocals.
  • You can obtain prescription safety glasses with transition lenses in virtually any type of frame sufficient reason for any kind of prescription, though not absolutely all prescriptions work in every frames.
  • If your eyes are sensitive to sunlight, you should look at getting polarized prescribed sunglasses for sunlight and clear prescribed glasses for nighttime or indoor function. Transitions don’t turn as darkish as normal sunglasses.
  • Most Transition lenses don’t react behind a windshield

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