Serengeti Prescription Sunglasses
Since 1984, Serengeti’s main focus has been on protecting the eyes from harmful UV rays. Developed specifically for drivers, this high-end sunglasses brand offers the kind of innovative technology in prescription sunglasses that wearers can appreciate on the road.
Serengeti was created by Corning Incorporated in 1984 and bought by U.S.-based company Bushnell Corporation in 2000. Engineered to be “the world’s finest driving sunglass,” Serengeti prescription sunglasses are designed with photochromatic lenses, spectral control technology and polarization, three elements which provide the ultimate in eye comfort and clarity.
The Technology of Serengeti RX Sunglasses
The photochromatic lenses in Serengeti frames adapt to light. When UV radiation is at its most intense, lenses darken and absorb more light. When radiation is less intents, the lenses lighten and additional light passes through to the eye. This eliminates eye strain and provides the optimal amount of light to the eyes.
Spectral control technology manages light wavelengths to diminish haze and glare, enhance contrast and sharpen vision while blocking out the light that fatigues eyes.
Serengeti prescription sunglasses that are polarized work to absorb glare and only accept parallel light rays, which provides comfort, clarity and a more accurate view.
Serengeti RX Lens Options
Serengeti sunglass lenses may either be glass or Trivex material. The glass lenses are lighter than most others on the market and are designed to be heat-, scratch- and impact-resistant. The award-winning Polar PhD lenses offer the ultimate in clarity and protection.
Serengeti Prescription Sunglasses Advancements
Offered in six different colors, Serengeti offers a lightweight, thin prescription lens that combines polarized filters and photochromatic technology. Serengeti uses an advanced algorithm to customize prescription lenses based on frame dimensions and facial measurements.
Prescription sun glasses lenses are available in 99 percent of prescriptions, including single vision and progressive lenses.