The Best way to make that decision is to ask for a demonstration. Try an ordinary visor and look at a bright, glary surface, such as a glass countertop or the windshield of a passing car. Then try on a polarized visor and make your comparison. A polarization test is also provided. Just rotate the tester 90° against the polarized visor and you will see 99% block in light.
There is a big difference quality. Ordinary visors are just colored plastic. Polarized visors are a product of a special laminating process that sandwiches 3-6 layers of material together. This process requires strict quality controls and meets F.D.A safety standards.
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Visible light refers to the amount of light we see. For example, there is more visible light at noon than at twilight. Glare, on the other hand, is a particular quality of light. it is the reflected or bounced light that is produced by sunlight on any shiny surface, snow, water or road.