Of course, looking good and good vision just go together and Serengeti sunglasses and Serengeti Prescription RX sunglasses perform both functions well. Here are some of the ways this remarkable eyewear brand does it.
Serengeti sunglasses’ patented Spectral Control filters interact with the full spectrum of light, selectively blocking and filtering each wavelength. Contrast is improved so objects appear more sharply defined. Colors a bright and vibrant. Glare is virtually eliminated, allowing your eyes to relax and see everything remarkably crisp and clear.
Serengeti sunglasses exclusive photochromic lenses automatically adjust to changing light conditions. Activated by the amount of ultraviolet light in the atmosphere, the lenses darken in bright sunlight and lighten in overcast conditions. And because the technology is engineered into the glass, it can never wear off or wear out. With Serengeti you’re always wearing the right lens, no matter what the conditions.
Serengeti sunglasses are made from distortion-free, precision ground an polished optical glass, Serengeti sunglasses give you the clearest image available. Scratch resistant and chemically tempered for strength, each and every lens is drop ball tested with a steel ball to ensure maximum impact resistance. With proper care, Serengeti lenses can last a lifetime.
Every day your eyes are bombarded by potentially damaging ultraviolet rays from the sun. Many sunglasses filter some UV light, but Serengeti lenses block 100% of UVB light and no less than 98.5% of UVA rays, exceeding all government and commercial standards. Lenses also feature an anti-reflective coating on the reverse side to block glare and back reflections.
Blue light waves cause a unique set of vision problems. These shorter wavelengths can’t be properly focused by your eyes, creating a phenomenon known as “blue blur”. Blue light waves are also responsible for “veiling glare” as the scatter off dust and moisture particles in the air. Serengeti lenses block and filter 95% of blue light, virtually eliminating blue blur and the eye strain and fatigue it can cause.
When normal, parallel rays of light bounce off surfaces like windshields, windows, water or ice, the create random light-waves. These reflected light-waves produce glare that irritates your eyes. Working like microscopic Venetian blinds, the polarized filters in Serengeti’s Strata 400 Lenses “organize” the light, eliminating glare and reducing eye fatigue.
Combining patented Spectral Control filters, photochromic technology, UV 400 glass and a layer of polarized film, the Strata 400 is Serengeti’s premier lens for fighting the glare and haze associated with activities such as boating, skiing and flying. Strata 400. The finest lens the world has ever seen.
The new Serengeti 555nm gray/green lens maximizes the transmission of yellow and green at 555 nanometers for an incredibly accurate view of the world, even on the brightest days. The gray/green lens provides your eyes with a cooling sensation no matter what the light conditions. This lens also features a silver flash coating that helps block glare. The Serengeti 555nm. See the world in a whole new light.
Our Sedona lens provides superior image definition in all types of daylight conditions. Golf, water sport and ski fanatics all prefer Sedona’s high contrast rose colored lens because it excels in blocking glare in flat light conditions. The Sedona lens also features a double gradient mirror coating that acts as a duel glare fighting shield. Sedona. The sport enthusiast’s dream.
Serengeti’s most versatile lens, Serengeti Drivers Sienna enhances your vision regardless of the conditions. Featuring patented Spectral Control filters and photochromic technology, the Drivers lens has been engineered to improve contrast and reduce eye fatigue. The Drivers lens also features an Anti-Reflective coating on the reverse side that blocks glare and back reflection. Serengeti Drivers. See better, drive safer.
Featuring a top gradient coating, the Drivers Sienna Gradient lens is the preferred choice of military and commercial pilots. The top gradient acts to block the sun’s glare at the top of the lens, while providing a clear view of the instruments at the bottom. A must for pilots and drivers alike.