GPC opticians has partnered with Kodak to offer some of the most innovative, digitally designed, advanced lenses ever produced.
Kodak has a rich heritage known through generations and it all started when George Eastmen coined the phrase “You press the button, we do the rest”. Since then Kodak has enabled generations to capture those moments and create memories that go beyond any functional benefits a product can bring.
At GPC Opticians we are able to use a KODAK Lens, to make a complex situation (vision correction) simple and accessible to everyone, giving them new opportunities they did not have before. Providing outstanding optical solutions with digital technology to see the colours of life in the beautiful world.
Every day, we encounter gorgeous views, wonderful scenes and special moments. How better to enjoy this beauty than in the best colour possible? That’s what KODAK Lenses provide you – the richest, most vibrant colours imaginable, with fine detail that’s amazingly sharp and crisp.
Kodak Sun Lenses Best protection for your eyes outdoors
Research shows that long-term, unprotected exposure to UVA and UVB rays may contribute to the development of serious eye conditions such as cataracts and macular degeneration.
Kodak Lenses have a sunwear solution for every outdoor activity.
All Kodak Sun Lenses provide UV and glare protection everywhere, year-round because they are always tinted. Additionally, you can wear polarized lenses in a wide selection of frames.
Polarized lenses provide glare protection for outdoor activities
Polarization reduces the glare bouncing off water, sidewalks and roadways – helping those with light-sensitive eyes and active outdoor lifestyles.
Polarized lenses are well-suited for water sports such as fishing, sailing or even reading by the pool.
Kodak Sun Lenses are also great for drivers, as well as cyclists and other sports enthusiasts who have to deal with outdoor light conditions.
What types of lenses are available?
Polarized Lenses: Polarized lenses reduce glare-causing reflections from various surfaces and are popular for boating, fishing, biking, golfing, driving and other outdoor activities.
Blue Light Filtering Lenses: The sun is a source of High-Energy Visible (HEV) Blue Light, which could potentially lead to eye strain, eye fatigue and disruption in normal sleeping patterns. Lenses that filter blue light are popular with skiers, hunters, boaters and pilots who use the lenses to heighten contrast.
Gradient Lenses: Gradient lenses are tinted from the top down – the top of the lens is darkest and fades to a lighter color at the bottom of the lens. Gradient lenses are good for driving, as they protect your eyes from overhead sunlight but allow more light through the bottom half of the lens so that you can see your car dashboard clearly.
Photochromic Lenses: Photochromic lenses automatically adapt to changing light conditions whether indoors or outdoors to enhance your vision in every situation.
Mirrored lenses: Provide UV and glare protection with fashionable mirror colour options.
Anti-Reflective Coatings: Anti-reflective coatings reduce glare for the best possible vision; some antireflective coatings are also available with UV protection to shield your eyes from UV rays.