World Sight Day is an annual day of awareness that brings global focus to blindness and vision impairments. This year's focus is on road safety.
Whether you’re a driver, cyclist, or even a pedestrian, eye sight matters and poor vision can have a critical impact.
Clearly is proud to join the World Sight Day initiative in providing proper vision correction in all facets of life including road safety.
1 in 5 drivers can't see the road clearly.1
An updated prescription will ensure clear and crisp vision. A pair of sunglasses will also help improve vision on bright days.
Glare during the day or at night slows both detection and reaction.2
Glare, the most complained about visual discomfort by drivers2, can be combatted with anti-reflective lenses.
We Share the Same World
So, shouldn’t we share the same vision? 80% of all vision impairments can be prevented or cured. To improve sight on the road, we invite all road users to adopt these 3 good habits:
1. Get regular eye exams to maintain proper eye health.
2. Wear appropriate prescription eyewear (glasses or contacts).
3. Protect your eyes from glare with anti-reflective glasses and sunglasses.
Our 'Buy One, Give One' Program
We have a wonderful year-round initiative, where Clearly will donate a pair of glasses to someone in need to match every glasses order placed with us. By purchasing from us, you’ll be helping to combat the issue of poor vision in more ways than one.
The #ClearlyCommute Photo Contest
Share Your Commute and Win!
Whether it’s a few steps, a few blocks, or a few miles, everyone commutes. But with healthy eyes and clear vision, commutes don't just get safer - they get more scenic, more beautiful, and more fun!
We want to see what you see - share a snapshot of your safe travels to win 1 of 5 eyewear prize packs (valued up to $1000)!
How to enter:
2. Use the hashtag #ClearlyCommute.
3. Tag @clearlyca in your post.
Let's Share One Vision
1 November 2012. Vision Impact Institute – The Social and Economic Impact of poor vision.
2 2017, Harris interactive Driving study for Essilor, 4,500 people, US-Germany-China, statements evaluation; 2014, WHO – Document N°282; 2014, Clark,J.W., Night Time Driving Evaluation of the effects of disability and discomfort glare from various headlamps under low and high light adaptation levels; 2009, ARVO, Zikos G.A. et al., Contrast Sensitivity and Reaction Times with Polarized and tinted Lenses in a Driving Environment