Anti-glare mirror is a type of watch mirror, which is divided into single-layer anti-glare glass mirror and double-layer anti-glare glass mirror. Simply put, the anti-glare mirror is a multi-layer film plated on the lens to make it adhere to the lens to prevent light refraction. On a watch with a large mirror curvature.
Anti-glare mirror effect
Many sapphire crystal mirrors will be coated with anti-glare multi-layer films on both sides to avoid refraction after exposure to light. For example, Breitling’s specially treated double-sided multi-layer film sapphire crystal can disperse the light source, especially in the high sky with direct sunlight. , give full play to the function, so that the wearer can still read clearly under the direct sunlight without hindrance. This kind of coated lens will cause anti-reflection effect, the reflected light is less, the natural light transmission is very good, and its light transmittance can reach 99%.
Classification of anti-glare mirrors
The anti-glare mirror is divided into double-layer anti-glare glass and single-layer anti-glare glass. The difference is that the former is electroplated on both the inner and outer sides of the lens, while the latter is only coated on the inner side of the glass, and the effect of the two is not much different.
Anti-glare mirror identification
The easiest way to tell the difference is to tilt the mirror, the effect of thin film interference will make it appear colored light splitting (like spectacle lenses).