PiviPro and polarised lenses

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Tonyj
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PiviPro and polarised lenses

Post by Tonyj » Thu Mar 18, 2021 7:28 pm

New to the Velar and wasn’t expecting the screen to go Technicolor when viewed through polarised sunglasses. Admittedly it’s only likely to be when using the Sat Nav where it becomes a problem but interested to know if others persist or just drive without sunglasses.
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cianelectric
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Re: PiviPro and polarised lenses

Post by cianelectric » Thu Mar 18, 2021 10:05 pm

Think it’s a common thing with polarised lenses and screens, head up display is hard to see with them too.
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