Viewing the world through Essilor transition signature VII graphite green lenses gives much more natural and superior vision without any of the usual comprises. Compared to a traditional tinted lens you will see a highly accurate colour representation of what you are looking at instead of the distorted colour representation visible though standard tinting. This is possible due to Essilor’s “Chromatic Colour Adaption Technology” which provides a truer colour perception and enhanced contrast.
Words from Essilor on their “Chromatic Colour Adaption Technology”:
Chromatic color adaptation is a patented measuring method that evaluates color recognition and perception through the human eye and brain. The method was exclusively developed and patented by Essilor in collaboration with the worldwide specialists in color vision from the laboratory of Photobiology of Natural History Museum in Paris.
This technology allows us to identify and develop the photochromic dye formulation of Transitions Signature VII graphite green, delivering natural color perception when fully activated. The result is a photochromic lens that offers photochromic lens wearers:
• Truer color perception indoors and outdoors
• Enhanced contrast perception
• Reduced eye fatigue and eye-strain, common when overcompensating weak perception of color
• Better vision in variable and bright light conditions
In short, this is Essilors newest, most adaptive and most responsive lens; when you’re indoors they are fully clear and yet are also darker when outdoors and in bright conditions. They are more reactive to bright sun, partial sun and indirect light-such as light reflected from buildings, cars etc. The lenses also block 100% of UVA and UVB rays and can be cut to any prescription and any frame. These lenses are also suitable for any age including children.
Science and Technology bit out of the way, these new lenses also offer a look that is retro in its look, but also modern and stylish all at the same time.
If you would like to find out more about these lenses, then why not pop in and have a chat