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Thank you for the post. The Serengeti Aviator Sunglasses are so popular. Serengeti Glass Lenses offer the highest optical quality and scratch resistance. I wouldn't be able to tell you what to do, but I will be happy to talk about features and benefits. You said you have sensitive eyes so lets speak on light transmission.
Serengeti's selection of glass lens tints includes:
* Drivers - The brown-colored Drivers Lens is ideal for driving, as it adjusts to the changing light conditions encountered on the road. Drivers lenses provide 24% light transmittance when lightened, and 9% transmittance when fully darkened.
* Drives Gradient - The brown Drivers Gradient Lens is ideal for pilots, or anyone who requires eye protection as well as a crystal clear view. The Drivers Gradient lens provides exceptional clarity and confidence in all conditions. 24% transmittance when lightened; 9% transmittance when darkened.
* Drivers Polarized - the Drivers Polarized Lens is a versatile brown lens that performs under cloudy and harsh light conditions, and features the added protection of the Serengeti polarizing technology. 18% transmittance when lightened; 10% transmittance when darkened.
* 555nm - the green-colored 555NM Lens is ideal for bright light conditions. The 555nm maximizes greens and yellows for greater contrast and clarity. With its silver flash coating, the 555nm gives glare virtually no way in, from any direction. 15% transmittance when lightened; 9% transmittance when darkened.
According to Serengeti every lens gives you the same protection at it's darkest state. If I were you I would stick to the same reliable Drivers (brown) lens that you know and trust.
I hope this helps.
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