Frequently Asked Questions
One of the easiest ways to check if your lenses are polarized is to hold one lens in front of the other and while looking through both of them, turn one. When you reach a certain angle the lenses will black out, blocking all light transmission.
Polarized lenses reduce glare from reflective surfaces like water or metal. They are suitable for driving and outdoor activities such as fishing. Polarization is an important feature because it protects your eyes by blocking reflected light, reducing glare and enhancing contrast.
Yes, polarized lenses cost more to manufacture and therefore are a little more expensive, but worth it!
Our lenses are very high quality. They meet or exceed all FDA and European standards. 1. Our exclusive “Shield Protect” coating provides durability and protection against peeling and scratches 2. Impact Resistant 3. Thermally Stable (does not deform under normal temperate fluctuations like cheap lenses) 4. Double Anti-Scratch coating 5. Permanent “Advanced Repel” nano-coating ensures your lenses will stay clean and clear by repelling water, dirt and dust. 6. 100% UVA, UVB and UVC Protection
You can find useful guides online. You can also find a lot of helpful videos on www.youtube.com.
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