Changing light conditions are often unpleasant when driving a car. Bright sunlight, fog, wet roads, etc. make many a car journey very tiring. The eyes start to hurt, concentration fades, the safety risk increases. The special car driving ophthalmic lenses adapt to the light conditions and/or enhance contrast and thus make car driving more pleasant and safer.
This progressive lens offers unrestricted vision for long and medium distances. When driving a car, optimum all-round vision is possible and this contributes to greater safety at the wheel.
The extra-wide long-distance range means that you adopt your usual posture when driving the car and have unrestricted long-distance vision. Dashboard, navigation system and mirrors are visible as usual.
Rapidly changing light conditions, bright sunlight or the reflection of wet roads are particularly tiring for eyes when driving a car. The safety risk increases. Drivewear® Sunglasses automatically adapt to changing light intensities. Best protection from the sun, enhanced contrasts and minimised dazzle are thus guaranteed.
With Drivewear®: increased contrast, no reflection (e.g. of wet road)
With Drivewear®: increased contrast, no reflection, no dazzle
With Drivewear®: enhanced contrast, no reflection, minimum dazzle despite intensive sunlight
Dusk, darkness, wet roads, fog or dazzle from the headlights of approaching vehicles are particularly tiring for the eyes when driving at night. Night-Sight ophthalmic lenses from MPO® not only protect from dazzle at night; they also enhance the contrast. You remain concentrated for longer, detect objects better even and night and react more quickly.
Transitions® XTRActive™ lenses react to UV and visible light. They adapt ideally to the light conditions and tint themselves in bright sunlight – like conventional sunglasses – up to 90 %. These lenses are ideal for car driving as they reach a pleasant degree of tinting of up to 50 % behind the windscreen.
Also give your Night-Sight ophthalmic lenses an MPO® Saphir Finishing to reduce reflexes even further.
Clean your ophthalmic lenses under running water with a clean, soft cloth (e.g. microfibre cloth). Do not use any aggressive cleaning agents.
Avoid high temperatures (e.g. in the sauna or on the car dashboard). These can result in cracks in the lens surface.
Do not lay the spectacles down on the front side of the lens. This can result in scratches.
Have your lenses cleaned at regular intervals by your optician using ultrasound cleansing.