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4.0 out of 5 stars Very good solution to a common need., May 19, 2010
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This review is from: Escort Safety Glasses Over-Prescription Most Prescription Eyewear Smoke Lenses Has Matching Side Lens to Keep Sun From Coming in on the Sides Great for a Person Who Is Sensitive to Light (Misc.)
I wear bifocal prescription glasses. It's very expensive to also have a set of prescription sunglasses, so having some type of help that supplements, but doesn't replace, my prescription glasses is very handy. When I was walking through a home supply store and safety glasses caught my eye, I knew I was on to something. I found these on Amazon, in both Smoke (grey) and Yellow. I gave them a try. I'm very pleased. They fit over my glasses just fine. Initially, they were a little tight behind the ears but either they've loosened slightly or I've just gotten used to it because after a few weeks it no longer bothered me. I've got normal-size glasses and these completely encompass them so they work fine. For those who have over-sized prescription frames, these might not work. The extensive amount of plastic on the frames may be bothersome for some people, but it's never bothered me. When I'm wearing the yellow lenses, others can see my glasses underneath and it probably looks a little bit goofy. Don't try to hang out looking cool with that setup but they're great for driving at twilight or in the fog. With the dark smoke lenses no one can see your regular glasses underneath and they pretty much look like (somewhat largish) regular sunglasses. They aren't perfect, but they're a very good cost effective solution for dark or yellow lenses for those of us cursed with bad eyesight.
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Initial post: Feb 7, 2015 9:46:37 AM PST
Dennis says:
I have been looking for an amber pair that also blocks UV. I understand those for night vision is only polarized with no UV protection.
May I ask where you got your amber pair? I find the normal smoked lense too dark for me.
Thanks. Dennis
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