Polarized Lenses



People who are outdoor enthusiasts have discovered the fantastic benefits of polarized lenses. However, they are just as beneficial for all of us who drive as they reduce glare from a long, flat surfaces such as the hood of the car or the road. Polarized lenses can also be worn indoors by light-sensitive people, including post-cataract surgery patients and those continually exposed to bright light through windows. Recommending polarized glasses as a second pair with every eyeglass prescription is a great service to your patients.




We Offer the Following Polarized Lenses


Who better than Coppertone, to protect your family’s eyes from the harmful effects of the sun? Our eyes are exposed to danger by simply going outside. Without protection, the sun’s harmful rays can contribute to serious eye maladies, including vision loss. Wearing Coppertone® polarized prescription sun lenses outdoors can help protect our eyes and the sensitive skin around them for healthy sight throughout our lives.

 


NuPolar® lenses help the prescription lens users see much better. NuPolar is extremely efficient in blocking blinding glare, and improves contrast, color and depth perception and overall visual acuity. NuPolar lenses define the world standard in prescription sunwear. They feature the most advanced polarizing filters in the widest selection of materials, colors and lens styles.


The Drivewear lens engine is powered by using two of the most advanced technologies found in the eyeglass industry today – Transitions™ Photochromic dyes and NuPolar polarization technology. After years of development, these two technologies have been intelligently combined resulting in the ultimate lens for driving... Drivewear. Today Drivewear represents the highest utilization of technology of any lens ever introduced into
the optical industry. Drivewear is so advanced and novel that multiple patents have been filed on this invention.

There are clear lenses that can darken. There are sunglasses that are polarized. But never before have everyday eyeglass lenses been
able to both darken and polarize in bright, outdoor light. Until now. The traditional Transitions lenses now have added variable polarization — polarization that increases as the lenses get darker. As Transitions Vantage lenses get darker, the polarization increases. And that means one's vision gets crisper and sharper. Alternatively, as the lenses get lighter, the polarization decreases at the same time.


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