Highly-functional lens materials
This lens material uses optical wavelength control technology to block harmful ultraviolet (UV) and high-energy visible (HEV) light.Go to this site for more information on UV+420cut™
This lens material applies photochromic technology
to change the light transmittance of the lens based on the amount of ultraviolet (UV) light in the environment.
Outdoors and in strong sunlight, the glasses turn into sunglasses.
Indoors, out of the sun, the lenses return to the clear state.
This lens material uses optical wavelength control technology to block specific wavelengths that cause glare.
It offers protection against glare and can make it easier to distinguish color and brightness.
This lens material applies polarization technology to reduce light scattering and provide clear views.
Unlike normal tinted sunglasses, it also reduces glare.
Low R.I. Lens Material
This widely used lens material in the world offers both superior optical properties and resistance to scratching, even without an additional hard coat.
The standard lens product is ideal for first-time eyeglass users seeking eyeglasses of relatively low optical power.
Eco-Conscious Lens Material
Made from plant-derived materials, this lens is designed to create a smaller carbon footprint than conventional petroleum-derived products.
Lens Coating Materials
This series of abrasion-resistant coatings marketed by SDC Technologies (US) can be applied to all lens substrates. Products include high-performance, high R.I. coatings developed specifically for MR™. These coatings promise high abrasion resistance and increased durability for sunglasses and sports glasses.
This anti-fogging coating is marketed by an affiliated company, FSI Coating Technologies (US). Glasses to which this coating is applied can be washed in water. The coating offers superior abrasion, chemical, and impact resistance.