Product Reviews from a Scientific Perspective

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Polarized Sunglasses for Driving, a good source of information regarding vision and eye health, recently had a posted review on polarized sunglasses. Polarized material basically filters out certain orientations of light (this is complicated enough to do a series of posts on), allowing you to only see certain sources of light. Many 3D glasses work this way.

Anyway, here's an excerpt from their blog:

A few days ago I went to pick up my vehicle (which looked good as new) at an auto repair shop on the eastside of Indianapolis. Since I live and work out west, I never take the highway going west in the afternoon. The moment I jumped on 70 west, I was almost blinded by the glare of the sun. Luckily I had a pair of Ted Baker sunglasses with Purifier® polarized lenses from Dr. Tavel. I immediately put them on and continued my journey west.
It's worth checking out here 


  1. A pair of sunglasses is really useful for protecting your eyes from Sun's UV rays or too much light; especially if you're driving or spending time at the beach. Too much light may cause distraction on your driving. So if you're eyes are sensitive, it is good that you wear sunglasses.

  2. Some people buy sunglasses for style but I'm the type of guy who'll buy a pair of Levi's on sale and wear them until destruction.

  3. thanks for sharing that link I'll have a read, my eyes often hurt after a long day of driving around, I don't want to spend to much money though.

  4. Thanks, really helpful article, my eyes often go funny in certain light conditions, I can not watch tv that often in the dark as my vision goes all weird, the colours and lights make me feel slightly dizzy, it's the same at night when there are only a few street lights.

  5. The visitors will surely considered this post as best. I also get lot of information on polarized sunglasses from the article.


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