Posted on 06 July 2019
Jenk's optician’s product of the month for July is Xperio Polarised lenses.
With the summer in full swing and the holiday seasons approaching you may be looking to invest in a new pair of sunglasses. And a tint is a tint right? Wrong. There are loads of different types of materials and technology out there with a range of optical properties.
My personal favourite are Polarising lenses, but even within this market, they are not all alike with some having more advantages than others.
First of all let’s dispel the Jargon:
What does Polarised mean?
Light waves travel in many directions. When light waves reflect off of horizontal surfaces such as roads, water or ice they often become concentrated horizontally. This is known as visible glare, which can be uncomfortable for our eyes and potentially dangerous especially when driving as you may miss a hazard. This type of glare is not eliminated by regularly tinted lenses. Lenses with Polarised technology allow only vertical light through the lens and therefore eliminate blinding glare for optimal visual comfort and safety. If your into your fishing you would have already at least heard about this form of lens, rather than see the water like a mirror you see straight into it seeing any of the fish below the surface, oh and rocks you may trip over.
In a nut shell, best lens form for drivers (no glare from road, no reflections of dashboard, anyone who spends time around water, snow or sand.
And what is Xperio?
There are loads of polarising lenses on the market which in a nutshell all block out these horizontal light waves, but when you take light away you lose colour perception and clarity. This is where Xperio differs, this technology enhances colour perception. Xperio Polarised combines the 2 technologies; eliminates harsh, blinding glare and provides a pop, dynamic range of visual experience. This is achieved by improving colour perception and stopping dazzling light to travelling through the lens. Xperio also offers the highest level of UV protection meaning optimum ocular health properties too.
What are they available in?
This technology is available in both single vision (including no power) and various Varifocal designs meaning we can match them to your everyday lenses. The lenses can be made thinner and lighter if your prescription is higher.
There not just available in Grey and Brown colours either, we have loads of colours they can be made in and they can be made with a mirror finish too.
And the best part of all is we are offering a free upgrade to this technology for the rest of the summer. So you pay for a regular tinted pair of lenses and get a free upgrade to Xperio polarised. Not only that we have a very special offer on these lenses if brought as a second pair with discounts of up to 80%.
Posted on 06 July 2019
Grab yourself a bargain this summer with one of our tasty offers.
What ever your needs, we have a second pair offer for you.
Free second pair of lenses clear or tinted, both varifocals, Bifocals and Single vision included.
Upgrade your free pair to a polarised sunspec for £50 single vision or £100 varifocal. Not just that we will match the thickness of your first pair and the varifocal design so you wont be settling for second best when the sun is shinning.
Need something better for indoor use, our computer varifocals are perfect for anyone who uses a computer. Single vision lenses don't leave the screen and the desk both clear, computer varifocals will though as they have a slight graduation of power. Readers for the 21st century. These are available from £50 including antiglare.