I’ve been noticing Transitions XTRActive Adaptive Lenses being offered in optical shops ever since we’ve started frequenting the place because our kids both started using eyeglasses. I was even curious enough to check how much a pair would cost should I decide to get one. But as a mother, I would usually forego the idea of getting one for myself and would rather prioritize my kids’ needs first. Ending, I would settle for a multi-coated pair instead.
In fact, owning a pair of Transitions XTRActive Adaptive Lenses has been on my list for the longest time. I’m actually always amazed when I see how these lens seamlessly transition as it adapts to various light conditions whether indoors or outdoors.
So when I got the offer to try Transitions XTRActive Adaptive Lenses and the opportunity to travel to Batanes via SkyJet at the same time, it was like a dream come true!
Transitions XTRActive Adaptive Lenses and Batanes – A perfect break-in!
You see, I have been planning to visit Batanes for quite a while but just haven’t had the time for it (yet). So, when the opportunity presented itself, I did not think twice.
What better way to enjoy these incredible glasses than by enjoying breathtaking sights of Batanes, right? With Transitions XTRActive Adaptive Lenses, I no longer need to bring my sunglasses. That means additional load off of my bag and I don’t have to worry about having to change from specs to my shades!
My eyes are automatically protected from the harmful UV Rays. Transitions XTRActive Adaptive Lenses uses photochromic technology which allows the lens to adapt to varying light intensity levels when moving between environments.
Transitions XTRActive Adaptive Lenses work well with any kind of frame that’s why it took me quite awhile to choose what frame to get. I wanted something that’ll look great as eyeglasses as it would as shades. And after trying out a good number of frames at George Optical (Glorietta 3), I got this cool RayBan!
I used my Transitions XTRActive Adaptive Lenses the entire time I was in Batanes with co-travel bloggers who were all using Transitions Lenses as well. It was an absolute joy using it!
All day Transitions XTRActive Adaptive Lenses adapt to help protect our eyes from fatigue and strain caused by UV light and bright glare outdoors. They even activate behind the windshield which is great for me since I also drive. And when indoors, it has a comfortable hint of tint to shield my eyes from strain caused by harsh indoor light.
Read below the advantage of using Transitions XTRActive Adaptive Lenses:
- Activation behind the windshield of a car
- Comfortable hint of tint indoors to shield the eyes from harsh indoor light
- Our darkest lens outdoors, even in the hottest temperatures
- Block 100% of UVA & UVB rays
- Designed to work with most prescriptions and frames
If you would ask me, I would still use Transitions XTRActive Adaptive Lenses again when the eventual time comes to change my grade. And when my kids need to change their lenses, I will definitely switch them to Transitions XTRActive Adaptive Lenses as well. It’s not just a status symbol, it’s a necessity and a good investment. Truly, it makes you see (and experience) #LifeInTheBestLight!
Going to Batanes:
SkyJet Airlines flies from Manila Domestic Airport (NAIA Terminal 4) 4x a week (M-W-F-Sun) from Manila to Basco Batanes. Other destinations are: Busuanga (Coron) and Caticlan (Boracay).