The anti fog coating on lenses minimises surface tension and prevents the formation of vapour. In other words, anti fog glasses repel humidity and keep your lenses from getting cloudy. This is also known as the ‘hydrophilic effect’.
Here are the two key properties of anti fog lenses:
1. Dual sided anti fog and anti-reflection coating
Anti fog lenses are coated on both sides, to convert moisture into a thin film that is inconceivable to the eyes. Additionally anti-reflection coating helps reduce the refraction of light.
2. UV420 Properties with blue cut
These lenses also provide protection from harmful blu rays emitted by digital devices.
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