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  1. tobbi_KLEIN

    tobbi_KLEIN Oakley Beginner

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    I have noticed, that Oakley's poloarized lens behave differently when cutting reflected light. Different lens replace the reflecting lights with different colors. Here are my observations concering the polarized "cutting light color":

    Amber Polarized: Red
    OO Red Iridium Poliarized: Purple
    Black Iridium Polarized: Black
    VR28 Polarized: Black

    Needless to say, that those lens, wich "replace" the blinding light with black have the most effective polarization effect.
    I tested it when looking on my computer screen: With those lens, which have black, the screen becomes totally invisible. With those lens, which have a color, the screen stays still visible, although very hardly.

    What are your experiences with Polarized lens?
     
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  2. tobbi_KLEIN

    tobbi_KLEIN Oakley Beginner

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    Did nobody recognize those differences, yet and/or was looking for the best polarized glasses?