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  • Kate, our 2 year old, loves the glasses and happily wears them all around Perth!Catherine,Australia
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Polarization is like a venetian blind applied to a lens which rearranges light and lets the wearer see through the glare. Polarized lenses are an effective way of eliminating glare while non-polarized sunglasses just block light. Polarized lenses reduce eyestrain and fatigue, while increasing contrast and visual acuity. Polarized lenses allow sunglasses to use a lower filter category while maintaining comfort and protection. Schäedz adult and kids sunglassses use only polarized lenses.

 

Glare Reduction

Glare is concentrated light reflecting off a horizontal shiny surface, such as sand, water, snow or roads. It reduces visibility and makes it uncomfortable, painful and dangerous to carry on driving, cycling, skiing or other activities. There are three types of glare:

  • Direct Glare: This one hits you right in the eye. Directly from the sun.
  • Reflect Glare: Light is first directed to a flat, glassy surface before hitting your eyes.
  • Bounce-back Glare: Light behind you can be equally damaging, as it reflects off of the inside of your lens which in turn reflects back into your eye.

Polarization prevents these harmful rays from hitting your eyes directly. It is a combination of lens color density and outer mirror coatings that work together to ensure your eyes will never be hit by unnecessary light. In the case of the bounce-back glare, anti-reflective glare on the inside of your glasses allows the light to pass through without bouncing back and thus, into your eyes.

Schäedz polarized adults and kids sunglasses reduce glare. This means:

  • No more squinting in bright sunglight or on hazy days
  • More comfortable to see while driving, cycling,skiing, sunbathing or just doing your thing
  • Reduced risk of eye strain and headaches by protecting the eye from overwork
  • Increased ability to see true colours and contrasts, important for driving safety and water sports
  • The ability to see objects or road markings otherwise obscured by intense reflected glare
  • An increased ability to wear sunglasses for prolonged periods without eyestrain

 

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