From Fayiz (Pro Forum member)
If contact wearers take their lenses out at night to give their eyes a break, they typically wear their glasses for a few hours before going to bed. We often use our digital devices before bed, which can expose our eyes to blue light and interfere with our natural sleep cycle. Transitions® lenses help to block harmful blue light from electronic devices, so wearing Transitions lenses after taking out contacts before bed is a smart way to correct vision and get a good night’s sleep.
Also, contact lens wearers often use non-prescription sunglasses in combination with their contacts so they often don’t own a pair of prescription sunglasses - this can make a day off from their contacts and being outside an uncomfortable experience. With Transitions lenses, contact lens wearers don’t need to choose between clear vision and protection from the sun. With Transitions lenses, they can use one pair of glasses that automatically tint outdoors on sunny days and go back to clear indoors for use at night after taking their contacts out.