Raul Bertto: These are the lens recommended for driving right? the most dark lens available? if they are what can you tell me about using it for an example, in front a monitor at night. They stay clear or dark?
erika quiroz: Your review was so helpful to me. I haven't had new glasses for many years and I am agonizing over choices because I know I won't have new glasses for many more. Thank you so much for this thorough review!! I know now what to do!!
Sherry Williams: Thanks for this video. I was wondering how long it took to activate/deactivate so this really helped.
ronnie pennell: Thanks so much for your video, it was extremely helpfull to me. I just purchased the Xtractive Tansistions today, my eyes are actually still dialated. LOL. I cant wait to get the glasses to see how they are. I pick them up in a week. The store tried talking me into Crizal but i shot them right down and went for the Xtractive Transistions. I got a good break. The Xtractive i purchaed today was only $125. And $49 for the frames, and only $40 for the lenses, so i think i did good. And the frames are Michael Jorden brand . LOL...
Shoji Takashima: Im thinking of getting some transitions, but im not 100% sure if I want to. MistaBoombastic said it costs 100$ per lens? as in both left and right for 200$ right? Is there anyway to test it to see if you like it or not? My eyes are pretty sensitive, but i can just get a pair of sunglasses. Lastly where should I buy them? I have frames and my prescription already.
Kir Jo: While deactivating, I noticed that one was darker than the other. Why did one lens deactivate faster than the other?
StarofNite06: I just left the eye place today. I have reg transitions now and they were never dark enough to me till it snowed. I suffer migraines. So daylight kills me some days. I wear clipons over mine. Today I ordered the new glasses with crizal still with the xtra active. Im hoping it works much better. Hoping it fixes my poor night vison too. Does the transitions xtra actuve affect that? im in the budget relm with u. My jobs ins brought $600 down to like 380 with ins bc last yr i had a deep mysterious scratch. Couldn't get it replaced or fixed. My taxes r shot but id rather see vs try n pimp my ride. Gotta adult sometimes :/
Rodger Peters: great review. thank u. i'm getting ready to invest in some new glasses and your review helped a lot. thumbs up.
Call me Senpai: Thanks for the review, watching this solidified my decision the get the xtractive lenses.
tony dee: Grt
JUSTJEWETT: you cant get polarization with xactive
KaiserjiM23: I like transitions xtractive aswell.. I have chosen my dream glasses which can be found in Rx-safety.. Is the website Rx-safety legit?.
david northrop: I'm a truck driver and needed a pair sunglasses. anyway I bought a a pair of drive wear glasses that are designed for driving. I also have a pair of xtractive transition glasses. I tend to use my transitions more often when I'm driving then I do my drive wear glasses. I would highly recommend xtractive transitions .
Blackdragon79: I had mine for almost 2 weeks. Freaking awesome. I paid 140.00 for exam frames and lenses with a Groupon discount. They great when you're driving with a slight activation.
Pokonoinoi: Thank you.
Catch the Wave: Thanks man! I didnt know about this, I wish my optometrist would have given me this option.
Thanks for the review.
copperhound1: Good review, answered all the questions I had about these lenses the website "transitions.com" just glossed over, including what I would expect to pay. I can't afford a new pair every year, but I will Get these just because they will activate behind a windshield & under bright/overcast days. Thanks for a no B.S. perspective.
Keadil: This is a pretty good review. I just ordered these lenses. I really can't handle bright light well. These will work out very well for me. As for the tint indoors, it isn't even noticeable. I can't imagine it will be a problem for me.
brigandian: It's untrue that XTRActive comes only as in polycarbonate material. There are at least 3 different types of materials: CR39 1.50 (which is a simple regular plastic lens), 1.59 PC (polycarbonate) and 1.60 (for people who want slimmer lenses). All three are available from Hoya, Essilor and many other smaller companies.
Stan Smith: I wish I would have came across this video sooner. @ 35 and just getting my first pair of perscriptions yesterday. My eye Doc said nothing about xtractive lenses even though I told him my eyes are very very sensitive to light and I spend 10hrs a day outside. He sold me regular transitions and my eyes wont stop watering when outside. I feel like I just wasted 300 dollars on lenses. Thanks for the good review. I will be going back to get the xtractive lenses. Does anyone have any other suggestions as far as coating recommendations to get with the Transition Xrtactive lens for people who are really sensitive to light?