(Closed) Anyone have anti-glare glasses?

posted 10 years ago in Wellness
Post # 3
2006 posts
Buzzing bee

I have anti-glare glasses and I LOVE them for driving at night. I have pretty crappy night vision and the anti-glare definitely helps with the glare (although it doesn’t completely get rid of it). 

I will say I have to clean my glasses every time I put them on (I need them for class and driving but don’t have to wear them all them time) :/

I would bring your glasses back to wherever you got them and ask about what’s wrong!

Post # 4
651 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I just got the anti-glare and it has helped me a lot.  I still do see a little glare but not nearly as much as I did without.  Maybe it didn’t get put on?  I would take them back if it really isn’t helping you at all and see if you can get something that will help. 

Post # 5
18628 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

I have always gotten it.  I don’t wear my glasses much but it really does help me with glare from the computer and eye fatigue.  Don’t drive at night with my glasses though.

Post # 7
29 posts
  • Wedding: October 2010

to clean them, you really need to use the cleaning spray and a lens cloth, otherwise it seems to me that dirt/grease just gets smeared around the lenses.

Post # 8
2249 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2020

Also if you don’t have anti-reflective coating consider it for the wedding if you wear glasses in your pics- it makes a huge difference! (my husband makes glasses)

Post # 9
47 posts
  • Wedding: April 2011

I thought the problem with smearing was just me! It bothers me so much! The coating works for me since I stare at a screen all day at work and then have a really long late afternoon commute, but the side effect wears on my daily.

Post # 10
1108 posts
Bumble bee

Yes.  I have them, and won’t not get them ever again.

That said, because they are anti-glare, there’s not the reflections to distract you from the smudges and crap that gets on them like regular glasses.

Next time, maybe I’ll get the super-anti-glare stuff, this time and last, I just went for basic.

After three years, the anti-glare doesn’t seem as awesome as when I first got it, but I think maybe it’s rubbed off.

Post # 11
145 posts
Blushing bee

Anti-glare does smudge a lot easier than glasses without it. And it does wear off after a couple years. I have it on my glasses (the super anti-glare coating with Scotchguard though) and I love it. I have a lot of sensitivity to light though, so the coating really helps, especially with night-time driving. 

@guitargirl: The coating is very most likely on the glasses if they’re harder to clean than you’re used to. If you don’t have any sensitivity to light you might not notice a difference between your new glasses and your old ones. And I’d recommend going to a different company next time you get glasses, they definitely shouldn’t be that difficult to work with. Considering how much glasses cost they should be willing to let you make returns.

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