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Safer driving with anti-reflective lenses

There are certain times of the day when the glare and sun strike can make driving quite dangerous. 

One thing you can do to remedy this is to have an anti-reflective (AR) coating added to your glasses.


It works by reducing the amount of light that reflects off your lenses which reduces glare. This in turn allows more light to pass through your lenses to your eye, giving you clearer vision.

Anti-reflective coatings are applied to new lenses during the manufacturing process.

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Added benefits you’ll never want to live without:

  • No more light halos. Say goodbye to seeing a ‘halo’ effect around street lights or car headlights when driving at night. An anti-reflective coating virtually eliminates these reflections from your lenses.

  • Easier to clean! Most premium anti-reflective lenses also repel water and resist water spots forming, which makes them much easier to clean.

  • A game changer for computer users. Anti-reflective coatings can reduce the effects and symptoms of digital eye strain.

  • Reduce glare from multiple directions. When applied to your sunglasses, an anti-reflective coating eliminates glare from sunlight reflecting into your eyes from the back surface of your sunglasses when the sun is behind you.​

Noticing more glare when the sun is low?

This could be a sign of cataracts forming, make sure you book in for an eye exam to get this checked out. 

Common symptoms of cataracts are:

  • Blurry vision.

  • Colours that seem faded or washed out.

  • Increased sensitivity to glare from lights (e.g. sunlight or car headlamps).

  • Not being able to see well at night.

  • Frequent prescription changes to eyewear.

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