UVBlue Lens

KODAK UVBlue Lens provides protection from damaging UV Rays and harmful high-energy blue light, without altering or distorting color perception. Ideal for all spectacle wearers, including young adults and children

Protect against harmful UV radiation everyday and everywhere.

Ultra violet (UV) rays from the sun is a major hazard. We are all aware of the importance of applying sunblock to prevent the sun’s UV rays from causing sunburn. The same harmful UV rays have a direct and cumulative impact on eye health, accelerating eye ageing and can also cause a variety of severe eye conditions, including cataracts and certain cancers. Up to 80% of UV rays can pass through the clouds on a cloudy day and up to 40% of damage caused by UV rays occurs when we are not directly in the sun

KODAK UVBlue Lens reduces exposure to ultraviolet light that can lead to cataracts by filtering out 99% of UV at 400nm. That’s a lot of protection, especially considering that regular lenses block only 70% of UV at 400nm

Let in the good light, screen out the bad.

We're surrounded by blue light from both natural and artificial sources.

With the rise of digital technology, we are spending an increasing amount of time using digital devices such as laptops, tablets and smart phones. All digital devices emit high levels of harmful high-energy blue light contributing to eyestrain, eye fatigue, headaches and sleeplessness.

  • Sun

  • Devices

  • Artificial Light

Protect your eyes from unwanted blue light.

Besides reducing exposure to UV rays, this lens also protect against high-energy blue light.

When light enters the eye, the blue light wavelength is focused in front of the retina forcing the eye to maintain its focus. Constant refocusing will add significant pressure to the eye and cause eye strain. Kodak UVBlue Lens block this specific wavelength providing you with continued comfort.

Available in all ranges of product as coating as well!

Show your eyes a little love and get yourself a KODAK UVBlue Lens today!

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