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Ray-Ban Lens Technology

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Ray-Ban Classic G-15 Lens

By absorbing 85% of visible light and blocking out most of the blue light, the green lens ensures better clarity of vision and remarkable colour contrast, providing a more ‘natural vision’. Life through a lens though you won’t notice the difference.

The G-15 lens absorbs 85% of visible light.


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Ray-Ban Classic B-15 Lens

This brown lens features the same high performance qualities as the G-15, yet they are not identical. The brown lens provides greater contrast in low light conditions, giving you the power to see more clearly when other mere mortals may lose their way.

Greater contrast in low light conditions


 

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Ray-Ban Gradient Lens

CRYSTAL – The crystal lens is tinted on the backside using high vacuum processes. This allows the adhesion of thin layers of oxides to the lenses to achieve smooth colour transitions.

PLASTIC – The plastic Ray-Ban lens achieves a transition in shading from dark to light thanks to a precise chemical immersion process.


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Ray-Ban Chromance Lens

Designed with a technological DNA and developed with a lifestyle calling, Ray-Ban Chromance Lenses perfectly combine the benefits of the polar filtering with a striking color enhancement. This lens makes everyday colours extraordinary.

Discover more about Ray-Ban Chromance Lenses


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Ray-Ban Mirror Lens

The mirror coating application on this lens is achieved through an advanced technological process where superheated metal oxides are fused to the lens at the molecular level to ensure a uniform layer.

The mirror coating helps to reduce glare, deflect envious glances and give you that unique look.


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Ray-Ban Polarized Lens

Self-reflection: good. Surface reflection: not so good. Eliminate distracting polarized, aka reflected, light from reaching your eyes. That means a drastic reduction in the brightness of shiny surfaces, like chrome, and large bodies of water. Eliminates Glares | Enhances Contrasts | Reduces Eye Strain | Increases Visual Clarity