MAY 15

Should I Get Transition Lenses or Prescription Sunglasses?

By rxsafety

If you wear glasses in your day-to-day life, you may come across several recurring problems. Some of those problems may include your glasses feeling uncomfortable on your face or the constant worry about where you placed your glasses. Regardless of where you live, however, one of those problems is intense sunlight. Whether you work outside […]

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MAY 11

The Benefits of Prescription Safety Glasses with Transition Vantage Lens

By rxsafety

When you’re working in manufacturing or construction, with chemicals, or in an otherwise hazardous environment, nothing matters more than worker safety. No project is worth someone losing a finger or, worse, an eye. That’s why safety glasses are an important part of any potentially dangerous jobsite. When there’s sawdust, or sparks flying, the possibility of […]

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DEC 22

Transition Lenses: Stop Switching Between Glasses and Sunglasses

By rxsafety

At any given moment, somewhere between fifty and sixty percent of the population wears some form of prescription lenses. It seems like less of us because so many people either wear contacts or have weak enough need for correction to go without most of the time, but the fact of the matter is that fewer […]

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OCT 20

The New Transitions Lenses: What Makes Them Special?

By rxsafety

Transitions, the original color-changing lenses, have gotten an upgrade. Now, they don’t just darken in the presence of UV light – they polarize. This brings a level of clarity previously unknown to this type of lenses. What Are Transitions Lenses? Transitions is a brand name for a type of eyeglass lens that changes its tint […]

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AUG 27

Photogray Extra Glass Lenses: The Technology Behind It

By rxsafety

Everyone wants high quality glasses. There are tons of different frames, and it seems as though every fashion designer is getting into offering something. However, in the end, it is all about the lenses that go into the frames. Photogray extra glass lenses are technologically advanced transition lenses that make it easier to go from […]

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MAY 02

Is There Something Even Better Than Transition Eyeglasses?

By rxsafety

Transitions have been a mainstay in the eyeglasses world for quite a few years. Many people love the flexibility of being able to wear glasses that adjust to the lighting whether they are indoors or outdoors. Transitions eyeglasses are ideal for a lot of situations. Whether you are traveling a lot, working outside, or have […]

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APR 05

The Future of Eyeglasses is Exciting and Innovative

By rxsafety

A company called Deep Optics is making a type of eyeglasses that automatically focus themselves. While they have spent the last three years building their innovative lenses, it will take some time to get these on the market. You are not able to get these cool eyeglasses yet but in the meantime, there are other […]

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MAR 01

Transition Vantage Lenses: The Advantages vs Disadvantages in Layman’s Term

By rxsafety

If you wear prescription glasses then you may have heard about Transitions Vantage lenses. However, you may not be aware of all of the advantages or if there are any disadvantages as well. In this article, we will share everything you need to know about Transitions Vantage Lenses and the advantages vs disadvantages, if any. […]

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FEB 16

Eyeglass Tech Articles: Are Transition Glasses or Sunglasses the Right Fit?

By rxsafety

If you wear glasses or even sunglasses, you may have heard about transitions but are not sure how they work. Some people may not even realize what it is that these eyeglasses and sunglasses do. Without having to wade through eyeglass tech articles here is what you should know about transition glasses and if they […]

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SEP 19

What Colors Do Transition Lenses Come In?

By rxsafety

Transition lenses are also known as Photochromics lenses. What Colors Do Transition Lenses Come In? These lenses, once exposed to UV radiation (the sun), darken to a light sunglass shade.  Once you walk from the outside to inside they also change back to a regular clear lens. At Rx-safety.com we offer Transition lenses in a […]

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SEP 05

What do you think of transition lenses?

By rxsafety

Transition lenses is when the lenses change from light to dark when exposed to UV rays from the sun.  Transition lenses are also known as photochromic or photochromatic, which refers to a specific chemical reaction the lenses have to ultraviolet (UV) radiation. So what do I think of transition lenses? I like them.  To me […]

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AUG 06

Prescription glasses that turn into sunglasses

By rxsafety

Owning glasses can be expensive especially if you have to buy prescription glasses and prescription sunglasses.  There is a solution…transition lenses. One pair of glasses that can accommodate being indoors and outdoors.  Inside they are a clear lens then when you step outside the lenses change to a sunglass.  Check out our Nike 7237 Eyeglasses. […]

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MAY 26

Can You Wear Drivewear Lenses at Night?

By rxsafety

In the “olden days” – circa two decades ago, a virtual eternity in the eyewear industry – a company called Transitions® popularized a unique form of lens coating. Can You Wear Drivewear Lenses at Night? This coating performed the seemingly miraculous task of automatically darkening the lens in the presence of ultraviolet light and returning […]

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MAR 11

Prescription Glasses that Turn into Sunglasses

By rxsafety

You’re likely aware of the product, even if you don’t know what it’s called; those lenses that convert clear prescription eyeglasses into shaded sunglasses. Prescription Glasses that Turn into Sunglasses Technically they’re called photochromic lenses, although they’re also know as transition lenses – that moniker being based on both what they do and on the […]

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JAN 27

What is “Photochromic Lens”?

By rxsafety

Terminology on some eyeglasses websites tripping you up? What is “Photochromic Lens”? You probably know photochromic lenses as “Transitions“, but that is a bit of a misnomer. Transitions® lenses are a brand of photochromic lenses, and there are other brands of photochromic lenses. This is similar to the fact that cotton swabs are commonly referred […]

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JAN 26

How Good are Transition Lenses?

By rxsafety

The “magical” properties of transition lenses often raise a natural, healthy skepticism. Are Transition Lenses As Good As They Say? After all, they start out as perfectly crystal-clear prescription lenses inside or at night, but when exposed to the UV rays of the sun, darken to shade the eyes. This happens in a matter of […]

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JAN 22

Eyeglasses that Turn into Sunglasses

By rxsafety

Looking for a great pair of all-around glasses? Eyeglasses that Turn into Sunglasses Most of us have met someone who wears Transitions or some other brand of photochromic lenses that turn dark in direct sunlight and clear indoors. These “eyeglasses that turn into sunglasses” are a great choice for all-purpose glasses. We’re proud to offer […]

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JAN 03

What Transition Lens Will Work in a Car?

By rxsafety

Transition lenses. They’re one of the more influential developments to hit the eyewear industry in the last several decades. Best Transition Lenses for Driving With transition lenses (also known as photochromic lenses, their technical identity), your glasses automatically darken in response to the amount of UV light that’s present, and clear again when that source […]

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DEC 29

What is Photochromic Lens?

By cosmick

If you’re reading this you’ve undoubtedly heard the term “photochromic” used in relation to eyewear lenses, and you wonder what they are and what they do. What are Photochromic Lenses? Photochromic lenses automatically darken, in a matter of minutes, when exposed to the ultraviolet light of the sun. When the source of light is removed […]

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DEC 11

What Are the Best Sunglass Lenses for Driving?

By cosmick

Caught in traffic, with reflected sunlight bouncing off all the cars around you. Driving into the sun, no matter the time of day. And perhaps worst of all, early mornings or late afternoons, when the glare from the sun on the horizon is so bad it blinds you to the cars ahead. There’s no question […]

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