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Her name is Tanit Phoenix, dude. She's a South African adrenaline junkie.

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Q: Who is the brunette on new Veet commercial she was also the photojournalist in Transitions Lenses commercial?
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Do tinted lenses work with transitions?

No they do not. Transitions cannot be tinted because it will not be effective. However, Polarized lenses can be tinted darker.

How much are transition lenses?

The price of transitions lenses will depend both where one buys them and exactly what type of transitions lens. Most of the time transitions lenses cost between $25 and $50 though can be as high as $100.

Who is the voice on the transitions lenses commercial?

it almost sounds like keifer sutherland, but i can't find out for sure. i know he does the bank of america voiceovers.

What is the selling price of most expensive ophthalmic progressive lenses?

it was said that 2000usd was the price for transitions progressives

Is there a transitions style lens (that automatically tints in sunlight) that is absolutely clear when worn inside?

Yes there are some lenses that actually do this and they are becoming a lot more common.

What store can you get cheap mirrored aviator glasses?

offers prescription glasses with transitions, computer, progressive, polarized, impact-resistant and superthin lenses. Link:

Who is the actress in the newest Transitions Lenses advertisement with the slogan You can replace a camera but you only have one pair of eyes?

The actress in the ad is Tanit Phoenix, a South African model

What are the weaknesses of transition lenses?

There are a few cons of transitions lenses:They don't work in a car because the windshield blocks the UV rays that are necessary to initiate the lenses' darkening mechanism. However, some manufacturers currently have car-friendly lenses in the works. If you own a convertible you can ignore this point.Transitions lenses aren't polarized just yet. If you wear prescription eyeglasses and you are light sensitive, the lenses won't reduce the hard glare. On a positive note, this feature should be available in approximately 6 months. Several manufacturers do make polarized non-prescription lenses.You may have to take off your glasses for outdoor photos. Since the lenses darken as soon as you walk outside, your eyes will be obscured in pictures. If you're trying to cultivate the rock star look, you can add this to the pro column.Find out more about the pros and cons of transitions lenses here:

What do you call the lenses used in spectacles that become light or dark according to the intensity of light?

The technical term for a lens that has a variable tint is aphotochromic lens (also called photochromatic if you are in America). One of the most well known and commonly sold brands of photochromic lenses are "TRANSITIONS". Photochromic lenses get darker when they are exposed to ultra-violet light, not when you are indoors in a brightly lit room with artificial lights. Photochromic lenses are best suited to slightly cooler climates as they react much quicker and will go darker when they're cold compared to using them in a very hot climate.

How do transitions work? lenses are lenses that darken on exposure to UV radiation. Once the UV is removed (for example by walking indoors), the lenses will gradually return to their clear state. Photochromic lenses may be made of either glass or plastic. The glass version of this type of lenses was first developed by Corning in the 1960s. More recently, plastic versions of these lenses have been commercialized. The first of these was the Photolite lens sold in the early 1980s by American Optical Corporation. The first commercially successful plastic photochromic lens was introduced by Transitions Optical in 1991.[1] The glass version of these lenses achieve their photochromic properties through the embedding of microcrystalline silver halides (usually silver chloride), or molecules in a glass substrate. Plastic photochromic lenses rely on organic photochromic molecules (for example oxazines and naphthopyrans) to achieve the reversible darkening effect. The reason these lenses darken in sunlight but not indoors under artificial light, is that room light does not contain the UV (short wavelength light) found in sunlight. Automobile windows also block UV so these lenses would darken less in a car. Lenses that darken in response to visible (rather than UV) light would avoid these issues, but they are not feasible for most applications. In order to respond to visible light, it is necessary to absorb it, thus the glass could not be made to be clear in its low-light state.

Are no line bifocal eyeglasses the same as progressive?

No-line bifocal is a generic name for a progressive. Opticians use the "no-line" bifocal term because sometimes patients are hear "progressive" and think "transitions" which are lenses that turn to sunglasses when exposed to UV light.

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