Night Sight glasses are eyeglasses that will help you see more clearly as you drive at night, regardless of the weather and the type of vehicle you're driving. Not only will the glare from other drivers' headlights and high beams be reduced, you'll also be able to see various road signs with clarity, so you'll be unlikely to make a driving error. If you wear prescription glasses already, you'll still be able to use these ones, too, as they'll fit right over top of the prescription specs.
The cost of Night Sight is $19.99 plus $9.99 shipping, for a total price of $39.97.
Each pair of Night Sight glasses has polarized lenses that'll enhance the color and clarity of everything you see. Besides the two lenses that allow you to see everything in front of you, each pair also has a lens on each side that'll enable you to see obstacles in the periphery of your vision. Meanwhile, the anti-reflective coating on all lenses will reduce glare coming from any lights on the road as you drive, including the glare you see in your rearview mirror. Due to these design features, your view will be so bright and clear at night that you may feel almost as if you're driving in the daytime.
All pairs of these glasses come in basic black, so they don't appear as if they've been designed for people of a particular age group, gender or social group.
The material used to make each pair of glasses is durable enough to last for years or even a lifetime, so even if you accidentally drop or step on your glasses, they likely won't break.
With these eyeglasses, one size will fit virtually all users, so you'll be able to share them with friends and / or family members if you choose. Plus, if you're wearing a hat or hairstyle that makes your head slightly larger than normal, you won't have to worry about them not fitting right.
Each pair of Night Sight glasses comes with a hard black carrying case that you can use to store the glasses when you're not wearing them. When they're in the case, they'll fit comfortably in the glove compartment of a car and in most handbags.
You'll be able to wear and use these eyeglasses while operating any sort of vehicle, including a motorcycle or a bicycle. You may even find them useful if you're walking outdoors at night.
Since they enable drivers to see obstacles such as other cars, cyclists, pedestrians, lane markers, speed limit signs and stop signs while they drive at night, these glasses help make roads safer. Not only do they make them safer for the person who's wearing the glasses, they do so for everyone around that driver, too.
To use these glasses when you normally wear prescription glasses, you won't need to remove the prescription glasses and diminish your vision in that way. Instead, you'll just be able to slide the night vision glasses on over the prescription glasses without interfering with their effectiveness.
Snow and rain often make it even harder to drive in the dark than it normally is, but your Night Sight glasses will work as effectively as they normally do in these conditions. If you're someone who frequently pulls over or changes their evening route due to heavy rain or snow, you may no longer feel like doing this once you have these eyeglasses.
These eyeglasses are fairly bulky, so if you don't like that look, you may have to remove them before you leave your car and go into public places.
Night Sight glasses have been designed for effective use at nighttime, but that doesn't mean that they'll allow you to see with enhanced clarity and brightness during the day, too. In fact, it's not a good choice to wear them during the daytime, as they could make your eyesight worse than it would be with standard glasses or sunglasses on their own.
Many drivers choose to wear clip-on night vision glasses to improve the clarity of their vision on the road at night. However, with these, you need to be wearing some sort of glasses to clip them to in the first place. Moreover, they don't always stay on securely, so they could end up as a distraction falling into your lap as you drive along a busy highway in the dark. Even if you manage to keep them on your head, they won't help with your peripheral vision like Night Sight glasses are able to.
To improve night vision for drivers, there are also special night vision visors that you can clip to your car's standard visor on the driver's side. Like Night Sight glasses, these help reduce glare from headlights and high beams, but as with clip-on night vision glasses, they won't help with your peripheral vision. Installing one of these visors will also take you longer than sliding on a pair of Night Sight glasses does.
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Do they work in rural areas where there are no street lights and few oncoming cars but a lot of deer?
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