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See Clearly with Transitions® Optical’s Vantage™ Lens

One of the most reputable lens manufacturers, Transitions® Optical, have just put out the newest addition to their popular range- the Transitions® Vantage lens. The company has added a great new feature to their highly regarded light adapting lens with the addition of revolutionary variable polarization.

Light that shines off surfaces like glass and water can make it harder and more uncomfortable to see. The process that filters these reflections, to provide better visual clarity, is called polarization.

The new lens is the first photochromic lens with polarization that increases as the lens darkens in sunlight.

When the Transition Vantage lenses darken, your sight becomes clearer and crisper while at the same time, glare is significantly reduced, regardless of the lighting.

This revolutionary lens is made for daily wear, and can be used for a broad range of activities, from reading or writing and working at a computer, to gardening and driving. The lens is completely clear when you're inside and transitions into a highly effective tinted lens in sunlight.

If you are in need of a pair of glasses that can be worn daily, inside and outside, ask your eye care specialist about Transitions® Vantage lenses and how they can benefit your quality of vision.