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Polarised vs Photochromic: Which one is better?  

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Both of these lenses provide an adequate amount of UV protection. However, which one of these is for you depends on your vision needs. If your visual acuity is low and you need to wear prescription glasses, transition lenses are a safe choice. But, if you don’t need vision correction, polarised sunglasses are a better option for you. And if you work for extended hours in front of a screen, don’t forget to add a blue light coating to your lenses. Or you can buy blue light glasses for men and women at affordable prices from online eyewear stores.

Bot polarised sunglasses and transition lenses can correct your vision and shield your eyes from the sun. Consider your lifestyle and vision needs to make a wise decision.