Night Vision coating reduces light reflections on the lens, particularly in wavelength ranges to which the human eye reacts more sensitively at night. Light sources and reflecting objects keep their sharp contours. Levels of glare are reduced. Night Vision coating “night reflectance” is up to 90% below that for conventional, non-AR coated plastic lenses (index 1.60) and is 57% below that for other fully coated versions currently available in the market.
- Significantly less glare from oncoming vehicles, traffic lights and street lighting
- Details exposed to glare can be seen better
- Improved colour and contrast perception
Blue light can help elevate your mood and boost awareness, but chronic exposure to high energy visible blue light can lower the production of melatonin, the hormone that regulates sleep, and disrupt your circadian rhythm. Prolonged exposure to blue light may cause retinal damage and contribute to age-related macular degeneration, which can lead to loss of vision.
- Cuts the harmful blue light emitted from digital devices
- Anti-fatigue property reduces eye strain
- Overall vision and improved visual performances in situations of low contrast
Even though it is less talked about than skin damage, the sun can have a very damaging effect on our eyes, especially after prolonged or direct exposure. Ultra-violet (UV) rays from the sun may contribute to damaging the cells in our eyes and lead to long-term issues.
- Greater visibility into the water when engaging in fishing or water sports
- Objects are more visible when it is very bright
- Less strain on eyes while trying to fight through glare
- Colours are not distorted
- Reflections off water or glass are cut down
- Superior Fashion Quotient
UV light and other forms of high-energy light, come not just from sunny skies. They also come at us from cloudy or rainy skies, and even in reflected light. Short-term exposure to UV rays can cause photokeratitis, which is sunburn of the eye. Over a long period, it can lead to cataracts. As for the light we can see, it is made up in part of high-energy visible light (HEV light), which is known to potentially cause Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) as we get older. UV BLUE technology is used to make clear lenses that cut HEV light in the 400–420 nm part of the spectrum, in addition to blocking all UV wavelengths. This means it provides greater protection against the types of light that can damage the eyes.
- 100% protection from UVA and UVB rays
- Protection from harmful blue light
- Better contrast gives more accurate colour and depth perception