Wednesday, September 24, 2014

DO TRANSITION LENSES HAVE AN EXPIRATION DATE?

Transition lenses are so useful, especially for those who sensitivity light, but do transition lenses have an expiration date? That's is a great question!

Transition Lenses
Transition Lenses for Prescription Glasses Transition lenses are extremely popular and an asset to those who need glasses that  provide sun protection and clearness indoors. Occasionally people with Transitions will have a problem with the lenses not getting  dark enough anymore, and this poses the question: “Do Transition lenses wear out?”

Transition lenses generally last the life of a pair of glasses (or longer), though they do wear out after years of use. Most Transition lenses wear out in about three years, with a yellowish tinge forming in the lenses while clear and a noticeable reduction of the lenses’ darkness in full sunlight.

There are, however, some things to consider when the question, “Do Transition lenses wear out?” comes up. Other factors can make you think they’re worn out, when they aren’t:
  • Transition lenses generally take at least 3 years to wear out.
  • Temperature affects how Transitions change. When they’re hot (like in the summer), the lenses will change slower and won’t get as dark.
  • Transition lenses don’t change behind the windshield of a car.
  • When Transition lenses do wear out, they will take on a yellowish tinge when they’re clear. They will no longer get as dark at that point.
  • Transition lenses don’t get as dark as standard sunglasses.

If you’re thinking about buying Transition lenses, it’s important to consider these factors before making your purchase. Additionally, 

if you have Transitions that are old enough to be worn out, it’s probably time to get a new prescription anyway!


Transition lenses are some of the most impressive lenses on the market, and millions of happy Transitions wearers come back for a new pair with every prescription.






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