Light under control
INDOORS TO OUTDOORS, AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN
Transitions® Light Intelligent Lenses™ automatically adapt to changing light conditions and help protect against harmful blue light indoors and outdoors.
Light Under Control
SMART ADAPTIVE LENSES
A leading technology, the result of more than 25 years of research, these hassle-free lenses make everyday life simpler, while allowing you to pick your favorite color and choose your style for a look you love.
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Comfort, convenience, and protection all in one
ADJUST TO EVERY UNIQUE SHADE
Transitions Light Intelligent Lenses fit every lifestyle and every age. Not only do they adjust from fully clear indoors to the perfect tint outdoors, they also block dangerous UV rays and filter Harmful Blue Light*, which can be found outdoors and from digital devices.
- Photochromic molecules continuously adjust as light changes
- Helps protect from Harmful Blue Light indoors and outdoors
- Blocks damaging UVA and UVB rays
The Transitions® Lens Designs
MORE RESPONSIVE THAN EVER
The ideal choice if you usually spend your day both inside and outside, and need lenses for variable lighting conditions. It features Chromea7™ technology, which gives lenses superior responsiveness to light—adapting from fully clear indoors to dark outdoors smoothly. You can get these lenses for kids, too.
EXTRA PROTECTION FROM LIGHT, EVEN IN THE CAR
The best choice for anyone desiring extra protection from light, Transitions® XTRActive® lenses protect your eyes from harsh natural and artificial light anywhere you go: indoors, outdoors, and even in the car.
POLARIZE AS THEY DARKEN
The perfect choice if you spend a majority of your time outside and need lenses to hold up to outdoor activities. Transitions® Vantage® lenses polarize as the lens darkens, reducing glare and giving you crisper vision outdoors.
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* Arnault E, Barrau C, Nanteau C, Gondouin P, Bigot K, et al. (2013). Phototoxic Action Spectrum on a Retinal Pigment Epithelium Model of Age-Related Macular Degeneration Exposed to Sunlight Normalized Conditions. PLoS ONE 8(8): e71398. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0071398 (August 23, 2013). Identified Harmful Blue Light through in vitro experiment on swine retinal cells, where the most toxic wavelengths are high energy visible light falling between 415-455nm on the light spectrum (blue-violet light).