Learn more about how Night Driving Glasses can help you to protect your eyes.
Driving at night can be a challenging task for new or even experienced drivers; the highest crash rates occur at nighttime. The reason to this is that at night our vision is more limited and glare from the headlights of other vehicles can temporarily blind you. Knight Visor Driving Glasses offer a solution to this problem and give you an INSTANT visual clarity by significantly reducing glare at night.
Why should i wear a Night Driving Glasses when driving at night?
Whether fighting traffic or weathering the elements, headlight glare and distracting reflections can pose serious safety hazards when driving at night.
Many people have trouble driving at night due to bright flashes and glares on the road. This is caused by harmful blue light from LED headlights and streetlights, which can damage the eye and cause headaches, blurred vision, and even lead to an increased risk of diabetes and heart disease.
How night driving glasses work?
Glaring blue and white lights on the road can be dangerous. Dark sunglasses darken vision, making them unsafe for night driving. A yellow filter, however, minimizes glare contrast and permits enough light for optimal visibility.
Through lab studies, we’ve found yellow to be the most balanced color in the spectrum of the human eye. Yellow filters cause the least eye strain of any color, while simultaneously shielding your eye from harmful blue light.
What do night driving glasses do?
Provides eye protection at night while maintaining sufficient light transmission, to allow full visibility, by utilizing a TAC transparent lens with a special yellow coating.
Blue light Polarization – Filters harmful blue ray emission from oncoming headlights with 4K-6K LED.
Yellow Sight Transformation – Balances glares and strong lights by transforming colors to yellow, the most balanced color for the human eye.
Reducing Glare – Although you should not expect to notice any difference in glare (due to the natural adjusting mechanisms of the human eye), we have recorded up to 25% glare reduction through lab tests utilizing light meter devices.