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Old 14-11-2019, 11:16 AM   #6223
philipsony
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There used to be anti-fogging lenses by Essilor, but need to constantly apply a solution for the anti-fog to be present. Ceased to exist already, probably cos it's not really an anti-fog lens in the 1st place.

Transition/ photochromic lenses are good if you need to be under the sun for long hours everyday. Otherwise Blue Absorb or blue reflect lenses would be better for you.
Possible to have both transition and blue absorb Lense together?
Not possible right?

Given my degree, is $600 budget good enough for decent Lense + frame?
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