ransitions lenses help protect your eyes so you can see better today and tomorrow
Clear, dark, or in between-that’s the right time for Transitions lenses. They do more than ordinary clear lenses because Transitions lenses adjust automatically to changing light. When you’re inside or its night, Transition lenses are clear. But when you’re in sunlight, you’ll see an important-and convenient-difference: Transition lenses turn as dark as sunglasses. They automatically adjust to block glare, improve contrast and help reduce eye strain and fatigue.
Help protect your eyes from the sun
Long-term exposure to the sun can damage your eyes and lead to serious eye conditions such as cataracts and macular degeneration. Transitions lenses help protect your eyes like sun block protects your skin. They block 100% of the sun’s harmful UVA and UVB rays.
Help preserve the health of your eyes
Many factors put some people at greater risk of eye damage, which makes Transitions lenses even more important. Consider children. On average, a child spends more time outdoors than an adult. The fact is, a child’s developing eyes are at a three times greater risk of damage from the sun. Of course, adults who spend a lot of time outdoors are also exposed to damage from UV rays.
You’re also at greater risk of eye damage if you take certain medications or have certain medical or eye conditions. If you’ve had eye surgery, you may be extra sensitive to sunlight, glare, and UV radiation. It’s important to discuss your needs with your eye care professional.
Ask about Transitions lenses
Transitions lenses are available in brown or gray tints and work with virtually all prescriptions, lens designs, and materials. They’ll enhance any frames you choose. And they’ll make your next pair of eyeglasses ideal for every day-and night.
Let Transitions lenses help improve the quality of your vision today-and help preserve your eye health for tomorrow. To learn more, talk to your eye care professional.
Uniquely combine two of the most advanced technologies in the eyeglass industry. Transition Photochromic Technology and Nupolar Polarization forming DriveWear
High contrast green/yellow color designed to minimize glare
and maximize useful light information reaching the eye for Overcast days
Copper color highlights reds and greens for good traffic signal recognition;
reduces glare and excess visual light;
Darkens Behind the windshield of a car.
Dark reddish-brown color provides maximum comfort by filtering out excess light;
blocks blinding glare and 100% UVA/UVB rays for bright light outside.
Transition lenses adjust automatically to changing light conditions Outdoors Transition lenses turn as dark as sunglasses and will block glare improve contrast and help reduce eye stain and fatigue. Long-term exposure to the sun can damage your eyes and lead to serious eye conditions such as cataracts and macular degeneration. People of all ages are at risk of damage from the sun. Transition Lenses block 100% of UVA and UVB rays. Certain Medications and Eye Surgery may cause extra sensitivity to sunlight, glare and UV radiation.