Today's lens treatments really difference in whether or not you're seeing what really matters. Scratches, glare, ultraviolet rays-all are potential hazards to healthy sight that can be minimized or eliminated by a lens treatment.
A lens treatment is a special additive that either bonds with the lens, or is built into the lens during the lens manufacturing process. Lens treatments are available as individual additions to lenses, and are also commonly bundled into single lens products for convenience and maximum benefit to your eyes.
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Common Lens Treatments.
Ultraviolet (UV) Protection: The UV rays in sunlight can be harmful to the eyes. Lenses that block 100% UV help to ward off various eye conditions and damage. Plastic lenses do not come with UV protection but most all other lenses do.
All our lenses come with a scratch resistance treatment built right onto the surface of the lens.
Anti-reflective Treatment: For fashion, comfort and clarity anti-reflective treatments are the way to go. They make the lens nearly invisible, and cut glare from headlights, computer screens and harsh lighting.
ZEISS invented the anti-reflective coating almost 75 years ago. We've been building on that breakthrough technology ever since, making AR coatings that are clearer, more durable and more convenient to use. With PureCoat by ZEISS, we've created our best-performing AR coating ever.
Less than 1% luminous reflectance delivers crisper vision and is virtually free from distracting reflections.
State-of-the-art anti-static technology sealed with a super-slick coating resists smudges and dirt.
Long-lasting super-hydrophobic coating is easy to clean and an ultra-tough hard coat provides exceptional abrasion resistance.
Transitions everyday lenses can help you through your busy day. This dynamic eyewear is designed to be worn indoors and to automatically adapt when outdoors to give you a more comfortable viewing experience while protecting your eyes from damaging UV light.
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