Tac Glasses Night Vision are eyeglasses that allow you see better when driving at night. Do they really work? Here is my Tac Glasses Night Vision review.
About Tac Glasses Night Vision
Tac Glasses Night Vision are tinted sunglasses that sharpen visual clarity and augment color while night driving. The official product website is tacnight.com, which was registered in September 2017. The screenshot below shows how the product website looked in November 2017.
Claims & Features
- Anti-reflective coating prevents night-time glare
- Tint protects natural night vision
- Ideal for any time that visual clarity is insufficient
- Sturdy polymer frames (flexible without breaking)
- Military-inspired tactical eye-wear
The Night Vision Tac Glasses cost $19.99. Shipping is free. There is an optional offer to add insurance to your order for $3.99 which would raise the total to $23.98. At the time of this writing, the Night Vision Tac Glasses are not available in stores.
Tac Glasses Night Vision Review
If the idea of As Seen on TV nighttime glasses seems familiar, you aren’t mistaken. And if the name “Tac Glasses” also seems familiar, you still aren’t mistaken. Tac Glasses Night Vision is the nighttime followup to the popular Tac Glasses which began advertising in mid-2017 and continues to do so. This night version of their product is similar to several other night driving glasses to advertise in years past.
The good news is that amber tinted glasses like this are a popular commodity, and some consumers feel that they do reduce glare and enhance clarity while driving at night. The bad news is that there are so many viable options that Tac Glasses Night Vision may get lost in the crowd. You may recall older glasses like this such as Night View NV, HD Night Vision Wraparounds, or the more recent Night Sight, all of which sport the same amber tint as Tac Glasses Night Vision. There are numerous night driving glasses to be found in stores and online. ClearVision Night Optics is another version that looks remarkably similar – and only costs $7.
Another point to make is that some experts feel that these night driving glasses do not work. In fact, a company marketing a similar product called Nightsafe back in the 1990s was fined $125,000 for unfounded claims that it improved vision at night. It has been suggested that clear lenses with an anti-reflective coating may be a better option. To its credit, however, Tac Glasses Night Vision does include such a coating. I’m just not sure the yellow tint helps much beyond that.
The frames for Tac Glasses Night Vision are not the same as the regular Tac Glasses, which is good because the regular Tac Glasses frames are quite cheap and flimsy. I feel like these frames are sturdier than their daytime counterparts. When I attempted to bend the frames as shown in the advertising, they did bend without breaking, although the lenses were apt to snap out of the frame.
In the end, I found the original Tac Glasses to be akin to an ordinary pair of inexpensive sunglasses, and I would expect consumers to feel the same about the night version. That’s not to say that Tac Glasses are bad, only that they don’t stand out in a way that the advertising implies. I’m not sure if the night version will stand out either, especially when you can order a number of similar products online, or find them on almost any As Seen on TV store shelf.
Watch my full review of Tac Glasses Night Vision below.
Below you can find my review of the original Tac Glasses.
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Updated February 2018.