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Drivers ask for the new EnRoute Prescription Lenses

author: Hoya Lenses - 01 October 2017

Did you know that driving is one of the most visually demanding activities? Your eyes are required to process huge amounts of visual data and to shift focus quickly and often. 90% of your reaction time depends on vision, so impaired vision – caused by low light, bad weather and glare – means slower reaction times; especially important as the nights draw in at this time of year.

EnRoute lenses for driving

EnRoute has been developed to meet all the visual demands of today’s motorists, EnRoute lenses for driving are equipped with a specially developed Glare Filter. This absorbs light in the blue spectrum, significantly reducing light scatter and distracting glare from the dashboard, street-lights and oncoming traffic. With the reflections gone, more light passes through your lenses, improving contrast and brightness. The result is more comfortable, relaxed vision even in stressful driving situations.

EnRoute lenses for driving are available as single vision and progressive designs. Both designs offer wide visual fields and sharp vision in the far distance, of the dashboard and in mirrors.

EnRoute Pro

If you are a professional driver or spend long periods of time on the road, ask your optician about EnRoute Pro. It offers all the benefits of EnRoute as well as a contrast-enhancing filter and a lens design that considers both your visual needs and the viewing distance to the mirrors and dashboard, for a natural, relaxed driving posture**

Next time you are on the road, let EnRoute take the strain, not your eyes.

Call into the practice to see for yourself how it works.

** EnRoute Progressive Pro only

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