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Old 03-31-2009, 09:34 PM   #12

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They're not polarized. Polycarbonate, teflon coating, transitions.

Went back to my optometrist and he said that it's an issue some people experience with polycarbonate lenses. The higher index you go the greater your chances of noticing it. Some people are more sensitive than others. Going to a plain plastic lens would get rid of the problem, but it would be thick. High index (my old glasses) are probably my best option. Not as lightweight and thin as what I'm wearing now, but I'll have less chromatic aberration.

I put on my old glasses and while it's definitely still there, it's nowhere near as bad.

I might just go with mid index or plain plastic lenses. I'd rather have a little extra weight on my face than neon outlines around everything. Function > Style.
That could be why i get it too then. My left eye is really bad so it used to require a very thick lens, but i've been getting the thinner lenses over the past 10 years or so.
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