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Old 10-16-2009, 10:21 PM
MBWCC MBWCC is offline
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If you order perscription suglasses do yourself a favor and get them anti-glare coated. Also, and this will sometimes take the optometrist by surprise--get the coating on the inside (eye side) of the lens, not the outside. An anti-glare coating works better on the inside (eye side) where it will reduce reflected light bounced back into the eye. Most of us spend our time looking downward hoping to peer into a dim spot (deep hole, shaded hole, etc.) underwater. You'll find that the clarity looking into shadows and dim areas in direct sunlight, especially direct sunlight coming from behind you is much, much better with an anti-glare coating on the back of your sunglass lens.
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