Improved anti-glare coating “dramatically” reduces reflections.
Paul Strauss of technology review site Technabob put Zeiss’ new DriveSafe lenses to the test, crediting them for improving overall vision and depth perception when behind the wheel at night. He notes that the lenses feature a new coating called DuraVision, which “dramatically” reduces glare and reflections. The lenses are also designed for modern vehicles, he adds, “optimizing your field of vision for frequent switching of focus between heads-up driving and glances at your mirrors, dashboard, backup camera or navigation screen.”
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