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הלך  
#1 Posted : Saturday, December 26, 2015 11:32:47 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone.

No, I'm going to go on a skiing holiday, but changing (and have dreams of snow-covered seats in 2016).

My question to you, especially for those with experience,-whether you think glasses color changers may protect eyes successfully against the bright sun (they are less than ordinary sunglasses sea)?

(I really like the color changers oltipocl eyewear, they are very comfortable and are constantly on your eyes for a while the quilt).

Thank you very much.

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#2 Posted : Saturday, December 26, 2015 7:03:07 PM(UTC)
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My experience with long stays in it's only snow skiing so it may not help much although I think the same principle, as far as I know the specs for a particular device have ski confirms iigano glasses for long-term eye if one exists and you have glasses with lenses that meet the standard (again not necessarily exist) then I don't see any aiteiot.
But in General specialised ski glasses are less regular dark sunglasses so maybe it does enough, but take what I wrote again with grain of salt.

Editing:
I checked it and found out the correct European standard CE which is responsible for the health and safety hazards, the environmental impact at all EU countries so if the lenses have the CE marking I suppose it will do the job after all has snow in Europe so I guess it's supposed to be a review warranty on glasses/lenses.

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#3 Posted : Sunday, December 27, 2015 7:05:38 AM(UTC)
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To me, thank you. Check and ask about repair.

You know why I am dedicated to dark ski glasses less than regular sunglasses (I'd expect darker).

I'd love to hear if anyone experienced using color changers glasses provided.

Thank you.
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#4 Posted : Sunday, December 27, 2015 3:08:24 PM(UTC)
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My ski goggles are orange in color and clarity in relation to solar mshcapii.
BTW I looked some more and found a site which concentrated all sunglasses and ski devices: http://www.eyewearqualit...vices/ski__sport_goggles
Good luck in your searches.
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#5 Posted : Sunday, December 27, 2015 3:48:42 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = go; 590370] to me, thank you. Check and ask about repair.

You know why I am dedicated to dark ski glasses less than regular sunglasses (I'd expect darker).

I'd love to hear if anyone experienced using color changers glasses provided.

Thank you.


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#6 Posted : Sunday, December 27, 2015 3:58:30 PM(UTC)
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Me trouble, for me, and I appreciate that. Immediately athamk the links.
Arthur, thanks. Is your impression that the exchangers glasses provide adequate protection?
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#7 Posted : Sunday, December 27, 2015 4:10:56 PM(UTC)
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Giora,

About ski glasses (or in the case of many, like me for instance, goggles) it reflects (or rather her lens) is often used it in very different conditions. When you find a week of snow, you usually also used (which can be strong), fog, clouds ...

Assuming you have only one slide you'll d he will serve you all conditions (again, especially when it comes to goggles). And he is very dark, fog conditions you won't see anything, but point to some "average" (or some suitable lens, more or less, in all situations). It's probably not perfect, must be in extreme conditions-very sunny or thick fog but ... Do the trick in General ". Consideration is of course (this equipment costs quite a bit of money).

For that matter, professional surfers have several views depending on the lighting in any given day (also reflect with rotating lenses will do the job).

What I'm trying to say is that it's snow, not the uniform.

Don't know how this helps you כ"הייקר".

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#8 Posted : Sunday, December 27, 2015 4:34:33 PM(UTC)
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Don't know about lenses. I use to do the job. But very expensive.

I bought them for the reasons I specified the amber mountain, weather, visibility and the light intensity is changing all the time.

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#9 Posted : Sunday, December 27, 2015 7:58:41 PM(UTC)
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Arthur, not always dark color indicates good protection. Check that you have strong protection from UV rays across its range, in my opinion, this is the most important thing. As far as I know quality glass protects fine because these wavelengths even if it is transparent in visible light. Another thing: I wear glasses for walking with variable dark-almost transparent at the bottom and tchoth. Perhaps for a long walk in the snow to glasses with plots so dark in the bottom ו"משתקפות". I haven't seen anything like that yet, but might be worth a try.

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#10 Posted : Sunday, December 27, 2015 10:35:30 PM(UTC)
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Ofer. I didn't say that the color of the glasses is an indication of their protection but also true to say that the category 4 glasses are always darker than the glasses we recognize.

Of course I checked they were category 4 before I bought. My lens moves the range between 2 and 4 IE from 20 to 5 percent of the passage of rays of light through the lens. Standard glass protects the eye? Tsthnoor you won't be able to function completely. At an altitude of over 4000 can't open his eyes.

Glasses dedicated hosting will always be at the same level of darkness each length. And with a structure that allows the face to prevent hopsham between the face and reflecting.
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#11 Posted : Monday, December 28, 2015 12:39:10 AM(UTC)
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A few comments:
1. eyeglasses with dark (darker translucent top down) will not be successful because there's lots of snow back from the bottom and the sides.
Because of this opaque snow glasses.
My understanding went asked about potochromity-lenses turn dark on exposure to light. I've never had anything like this, and my experience in very limited,
But ski goggles potochromity (googled), and Wikipedia says it's a question of how a specific model capable of darkened.
Basically I'd bet what dark enough our desert probably would be pretty good also.
2. most plastics (rather than only glass) will block UV and dark well (glasses) is mainly to prevent blinding (not for radiation exposure).
No glasses-repair dangerous because one dark side (so the pupils dilate), could deliver UV, they actually expose us to more radiation-snow is extremely dangerous due to the formation of burns in the eye ("snow blindness").
3. If you're looking for sunglasses that would be good for everything I guess potochromity will find good lenses (though expensive, isn't it?), and I'm sure there are those who will fit also.
Cheaper solution is glasses with lenses, but if you glasses this is getting really tedious. I've never seen one of these in my sunglasses, I bought at the store.
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#12 Posted : Monday, December 28, 2015 5:30:33 AM(UTC)
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Amber Arthur, Ofer and Jonathan, thank you many helped me.

This is an optical glasses and even oltipocl, and indeed expensive.
Make standard.

Thank you.
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#13 Posted : Sunday, January 3, 2016 4:24:49 PM(UTC)
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Hello

I think ordinary glasses are above and beyond. Skiing has a dedicated is indicative of another sport with its own needs. I have lots of experience walking in the snow in mountain areas without even eyeglasses. It was unpleasant! :) At the end I started to use swimming goggles because they insulate eyes from strong winds and snow. But it was in Kazakhstan where I saw the normal equipment only. Today I travel in the desert a lot and I don't take glasses, only he's running hat in black down, so that's enough for me. I am aware of the blindness that may develop in snowy areas so yes I'd take sunglasses. But not hysterical about it. I wasn't taking glasses with potochromity lenses-not enough to snow, this is just my opinion I could be wrong of course.
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#14 Posted : Monday, January 4, 2016 7:08:42 AM(UTC)
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Greg, thanks a lot.

It seems that invite oltipocl sunglasses color changers and optical sunglasses is crafted to protect the eye from most directions.
Don't settle for standard, even on filters.
That's going to be expensive.
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