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Polycarbonate
Polycarbonate

Resistance and safety

Polycarbonate lenses are lenses with very good impact resistance

The polycarbonate was developed in aerospace industry and was used to make astronaut helmet sights. It can also be found  in armored glasses or airplane glasses.

Polycarbonate is 12 times more resistant at shocks than plastic CR-39 lenses and is recommended in the case of high risk wearers: children, sportsmen, workers with dangerous jobs.

Also, the material is lighter than standard plastic offering more comfort in wearing. The 1.59 index guarantees thinner and more aesthetic lenses.

Polycarbonate lenses benefits:

  • extremely resistant and elastic material, especially in dangerous situations, with high impact risk
  • thin and light lenses for increased comfort in wearing
  • ideal for sports with high risk of accidents