Neochromes®

Embrace the light

NOW'S THE TIME TO MAKE THE CHANGE

Neochromes state-of-the-art lens technology offers wearers maximum freedom, comfort and protection. Photochromic molecules react quickly to changes of light, ensuring an exceptional visual experience in any situation.


 

WHAT IS NEOCHROMES?

Neochromes is a line of state-of-the-art photochromic lenses offering wearers optimal vision and maximum comfort in any light, without needing to change glasses.

Neochromes lenses adapt instantly to changes of light, darkening in seconds and returning to clear again in record time. They provide optimal eye protection against harmful UV and UVB rays, as well as reducing eye fatigue for maximum comfort. Their attractive colors, aesthetic appearance and fast performance ensure wearers feel perfectly comfortable indoors or outdoors, in sun or shade. They represent the ultimate in hassle-free vision.

Neochromes state-of-the-art technology makes now the perfect time to change to photochromic lenses. For clear and comfortable vision, without worrying about changes of lighting or the harmful effects of UV rays from the sun.

NEOCHROMES, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY IN PHOTOCHROMIC LENSES. TAKE THE LEAP TO NEOCHROMES

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BENEFITS /

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Greater comfort than standard clear lenses in changing light conditions.

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Daily protection against harmful UV light, by blocking 100% of UVA and UVB rays.

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Blue light filter to guard against eye fatigue, both indoors and outdoors.

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Fast adaptation to changes of light in any environment.

AFTER NEOCHROMES, THEY´LL NEVER GO BACK TO WEARING STANDARD LENSES AGAIN

HOW DOES IT WORK?

What they look like indoors?
Crystal clear

How quickly do they darken?
In just seconds

How long do they take to fade back indoors?
At standard room temperature, they fade back in just a few minutes

 

NEOCHROMES LENSES ARE
SO NATURAL THAT THE WEARER
WILL FORGET THEY ARE WEARING THEM

BLUE LIGHT /
FILTERING

WHAT IS BLUE LIGHT?

Blue light is the portion of the visible light spectrum with the highest energy. Sunlight is, by far, the largest source of blue light in our environment. The screens of our computers, phones, and other digital devices are also sources of blue light.

NEOCHROMES LENSES OFFER ENHANCED PROTECTION AGAINST THESE WAVELENGTHS OF LIGHT, TO HELP PREVENT EYE FATIGUE

UV LIGHT /
BLOCKING

WHAT IS UV LIGHT?

UV light is invisible, with much higher energy levels than visible light. Exposure to UV light can cause changes in the skin, leading to suntan, sunburn, wrinkles, and potentially skin cancer. The cornea and lens of the adult human eye are quite efficient at blocking UV radiation and keeping it from reaching the retina. However, UV light damages the skin and front structures of the eye. Prolonged exposure to UV light is linked to pterygium, photokeratitis (snow blindness), cataracts, and other eye disorders.

NEOCHROMES LENSES BLOCK 100% OF UVA AND UVB RAYS

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY

Technology and performance have come together in Neochromes to deliver a better experience for wearers and create new market opportunities.

THE KEY /

Photochromic molecules have, under normal conditions, a folded shape that makes them transparent. When absorbing ultraviolet light, their shape changes, the molecular structure opens and absorbs visible light. The two forms of the photochromic molecule - open and closed - exist in balance with a bond that’s continuously broken and rebuilt.

The photochromic molecule constantly switches between its transparent and dark states. If the lens is exposed to significant levels of UV light, most of the molecules will be in the open state, darkening the lenses. In the absence of UV light, the molecules will remain closed, resulting in clear lenses.

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NEOCHROMES /
BEHAVIOR

NEOCHROMES LENSES´ CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGY ENSURES MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE IN ANY LIGHT CONDITIONS

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Before UV light exposure, the lens is in its most transparent state.

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When the lens is first exposed to UV light, the photochromic molecules begin to change from clear to dark.

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Lenses are at peak activation. Light transmission, activated color, and color uniformity can be assessed at this state.

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Fast fade-back is critical. It begins when UV light does not fall on the lens any longer. The shorter the fade-back, the more comfortable and functional the lens is to the wearer.

TEMPERATURE AND ITS EFFECT ON PHOTOCHROMIC TECHNOLOGY

Any photochromic lens is affected by temperature. In cold temperatures, photochromic lenses darken more and take longer to fade back. In warmer temperatures, the lenses don’t darken as much and fade back more quickly. This is a characteristic of the state of balance in a photochromic system.

The performance of Neochromes lenses also adjusts to the ambient temperature, with faster fade-back times in warm conditions.

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STATE-OF- THE-ART /
TECHNOLOGY

  • It features maximum innovation, from a company with a clear vision for the future.
  • Technology, performance and value combine to offer a better experience for wearers.
  • Including Neochromes in your portfolio will create new opportunities for your business.

THE INNOVATIVE AND EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGY OF NEOCHROMES DELIVERS SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE

FUNCTIONALITY /
HOW TO ANALYZE IT

KINETICS CHARTS SHOW FOUR PHASES OF PHOTOCHROMIC LENS ACTIVATION

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Anything is possible when we combine your vision and expertise with our research and technology

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