Lenses for Safer Driving
There are a wide range of lens types available to help make your driving safer and more comfortable. Depending on your individual needs, options include Transitions Xtractive, Xperio polarized or Road Pilot lenses. In all cases, we strongly recommend Reflection-free lenses. These incorporate a special anti-refective coating designed to reduce dazzle from headlights and streetlights, as well as reflected glare from wet or icy roads and other cars.
Transitions XTRActive are light-reactive lenses that offer extra sun protection - even in the car.
Unlike standard photochromic lenses, Transitions XTRActiv are uniquely designed to darken behind your car windscreen. They also go extra-dark outdoors to protect your eyes from bright sun and keep a light tint indoors to reduce glare from harsh artificial light.
Transitions XTRActive lenses are ideal when you need a lens suitable for driving in all light conditions - day or night. They are also a great option if you are particularly light-sensitive or spend a lot of time outdoors.
Xperio polarized lenses
Xperio polarized lenses are more than just a sun lens. As well as offering 100% UV protection, they also eliminate reflected glare and enhance colour and contrast.
That makes them ideal for driving, as well as outdoor activities like cycling, fishing, sailing and golf. They are also a great option if your eyes are particularly light-sensitive.
Xperio lenses are available across a wide range of designs, including varifocals and thinner lighter lenses. They come in a range of stylish colours including grey, brown and grey-green.
Road Pilot lenses
Using the latest in lens technology, Road Pilot have been specially developed to make driving safer at night as well as during the day.
Road Pilot incorporate a highly advanced anti-reflective coating designed to reduce dazzle from oncoming headlights and streetlights, as well as from reflective surfaces, like wet or icy roads.
And when ordered with Transitions Xtractive, Road Pilot lenses help protect your eyes from glare when driving in bright sun.