Why Pilots Need Non Polarized Sunglasses for Flying

March 06, 2016 2 Comments

This video compares Non Polarized to Polarized Sunglasses in a modern aviation cockpit.  The negative effects of polarized sunglasses are "eye-opening".




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Fredje DV
Fredje DV

April 25, 2015

This is why I only want Serengeti non polarized; same problem with bikersinstruments. Also relaxing for the eyes and always having a great view, even Driving through a tunnel or in bad weather.
Great explication ??

Christine Kirk
Christine Kirk

April 07, 2015

That was a fascinating and informative video! It clearly demonstrates the difference between the types of lenses. Do most pilots already know this information? What about small plane pilots? Do they need non-polarized sunglasses also? Are there any other situations that demand non-polarized sunglasses?

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