evoBlue lens

Protect your eyes against harmful UV and blue light, indoors and outdoors

Eye protection for sun UV and blue light.

The Harmful UV Rays

Ultraviolet rays from the sun is a major hazard. Up to 80% of UV rays can pass through the clouds on a cloudy day. They have a cumulative impact on eye health, accelerating eye ageing and can also cause a variety of severe eye conditions, including cataracts. We are all aware of the importance of applying sunblock to prevent the sun's UV rays from causing sunburn, but what about our eyes?

Harmful High Energy Blue light

Whether we are at work, learning or at leisure, both indoor and outdoor, we are exposed to high levels of harmful blue light that are emitted from the digital devices and the sun. Harmful blue light contributes to eye strains, headaches and fatigues that may cause long term damage to the eyes.

Protect your eyes from sun UV

How does Kodak EvoBlue Lens helps?

EvoBlue Lens has all the benefit of a traditional photochromic lenses and with the added built-in blue light protection, it makes it almost the perfect lens to have for us.

EvobBlue lens filters 100% of UV light, quickly adapts from being clear indoors to being fully dark in bright sunlight outdoors. While indoor, it is a clear lens with no blue reflection.


Protect your eyes from unwanted blue light.

Protecting your eyes from High Energy Blue Light

When light enters the eye, the blue light wavelength is focused in front of the retina forcing the eye to main its focus. Constant refocusing will add pressure to the eye and thus, resulting in eye strain or eye fatigue. Kodak EvobBlue lens blocks this specific wavelength providing us with continued comfort for our eyes the whole day.

Light Detective Unit shows that EvoBlue lens blocks out xx% of UV and HEV blue light.

Kodak EvoBlue Lens, a lens that has UV light and blue light protection and also a maximum clarity, it is a lens suitable for everyone, young to old.

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