They must be defective, Karen. My glasses are not Transition ones. I have a special coating put on them. If the lens was made properly, this should never have happened. If they don't correct it for you for free, I'd contact the company and let them know what is going on.
I don't use a large chain to get my glasses. I had a pair of glasses for over a year and when I was on a trip, I took my glasses off to look at something in a jewelry case. Meanwhile someone knocked my glasses off the case and stepped on them! They were broken in two at the nose piece! I took them back, explained what happened, and they gave me a whole new frame for free...a $200 frame, no less. So, I think this should be covered. When you go to the store, ask to speak with the manager.
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