photochromic lens

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pho·to·chro·mic lens

a light-sensitive spectacle lens that reduces light transmission in sunlight and increases transmission in reduced light.

pho·to·chro·mic lens

(fō'tō-krōm'ik lenz)
A light-sensitive spectacle lens that reduces light transmission in sunlight and increases transmission in reduced light.
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For more information about the company and Transitions lenses, visit Transitions.
Transitions lenses are also an option as the lenses react most effectively in cold regions and when exposed to high levels of UV.
The company is now offering a free pair of polarized prescription sunglasses to customers that purchase frames and any transitions lenses with Crizal anti-reflection coating.
Transitions Optical is the world's leading manufacturer of adaptive eyewear, offering the most advanced photochromic technology in the widest selection of spectacle lenses such as Transitions lenses as well as Transitions SOLFX(R) sun wear.
Painted with Envirobase High Performance waterborne paint by PPG, the car featured decals for PPG Automotive Refinish, Transitions lenses and Olympic Paints and Stains.
The most convenient and effective way for spectacle wearers to protect their eyes is to wear photochromic lenses such as Transitions lenses which remain clear indoors and at night, but change tint to cut glare when worn outd ors, boosting comfort and reducing eye fatigue.
Immelman has become an ambassador for Transitions lenses - they sponsored a recent PGA Tour event - and believes they have helped his career.
They have been joined by Transitions lenses, which are plastic and about 50 per cent lighter.
We believe Neolane's marketing platform provides the tools necessary to help us communicate our message to clear-lens wearers who might otherwise never consider the impact that Transitions lenses can have on their lives," said Dan McLean, marketing manager, communications, Transitions Optical.
It is a message that resonates with Transitions lenses wearers because the wearable technology enhances their vision and allows them to look fabulous in the process.
A "big fan of glasses," he said that he had 50 pairs, 15 with Transitions lenses.
For more information about the company and Transitions lenses, the first to earn the American Optometric Association's Seal of Acceptance for Ultraviolet Absorbers/Blockers, visit Transitions.