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Discussion in 'Hangout' started by M_V, Jun 12, 2010.

  1. sungoa2010

    sungoa2010

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    Like honda city that is not that bad for highway.
    Last edited: Jul 9, 2012
  2. rsinfo

    rsinfo Regolare

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    I have been driving around for last 10 years in my Pilkington sun glasses [polarised]. The vision at night & in rains is much clearer with them than without them but the other motorists view me as a joker driving with sunglasses on at night.
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  3. ops

    ops Amatore

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    Polarized glass also prevent reflection of dashboard on windscreen as well as in rain. If googled it is easy to understand the principle.
  4. royj

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    So glad to see there are other jokers like me :D
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  5. thomman85

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    Today on the way to office it was raining.. .. so tried on my sunglasses. visibility was ok. but can't comment more as its was't raining heavily...
    but i noticed people having a weird smile .. "look at that joker wearing sun glasses on a rainy day" quickly took it off..
    with no sun films.. a bit embarrassed :grin:
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  6. vijays777

    vijays777 Regolare

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    Sun glassses with half tint will be good in rain / night , meaning top of the glass it will be med/dark tinted and while going down the glass tint becomes less and bottom of glass it will be plain. Advantage : near by objects/road will be clear and while viewing straight it will help.
  7. Cinju

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    @thomman there will be a considerable difference when you use a polarised glass . Not sure if ordinary sunglass would be able to do this justice.
  8. royj

    royj Esperto

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    Yes you need to use polarized glasses. Ordinary glass will not be of much use.
  9. sungoa2010

    sungoa2010

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    Light when getting scattered will also get polarized. So when seen through a polarized glass it gets filtered partially.

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