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Why Go Polarised?

Polarised UV-400 Eyewear Protection Sunglasses are designed to
reduce ALL glare and reflection from ALL surfaces.
Our huge range of products are constructed of high quality materials.
Photochromic and Polarised Lenses. Incorporating high UV400 protection from the sun.

Did you know?

Glare actually distorts the true colour of an object and makes it harder to distinguish.

How it works?

Think of polarised lenses as a tool for fine-tuning your eyes, they sharpen your vision in any situation where glare can be distracting or even dangerous.

Polarised lenses block glare from light reflecting off any surface better than any other types of sun-glass lens.

Polarised Sunglasses are specifically designed to nurture your eyes.

Everybody needs a pair.

- Cherish your eyes -

Medical Facts

When your eyes are exposed to too much sunlight, it can lead to cataracts and other eye diseases.

The most common:
Ultraviolet keratitis - A disease caused from exposure in the sun.
Resulting in blindness
and even cancer.

A condition that affects
1 in 5 people.

Protect your eyes now from a debilitating disease.


Eye damage can occur in less than 2 minutes from sun exposure.

The intense ultraviolet (UV) rays of the sun can damage sensitive cells in the eyes.

Over-exposure results in
loss of vision.

Love your eyes.
- Get Polarised -

Polycarbonate lenses:

Polycarbonate lenses are highly resistant to impact, won't shatter,
and are 10 times stronger than standard plastics.
Making them ideal for children, physical activities and commonly used as safety lenses.

Polycarbonate is lightweight and thinner than regular lenses,
making it more comfortable and easy to wear for
long periods of time.

Photochromic Lenses

They appear like regular lenses when indoors but automatically darken the tint when
moving into a brighter area.

Ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun affect the molecules in the
photochromic lenses so they change colour.

Photochromic Lenses actually darken in the light even on overcast days as
UV-rays still penetrate clouds..

Eye Damage

Polarised Sunglasses are scientifically proven to be a much better choice when caring for your eyes than regular old sunglasses.

Our large range of eye care sunglasses are all designed with the finest UV-400 protection.

Splash Your Personality.

Who cares what other people think!


Eye Diseases
- Explained -

Eye Conditions Associated with UV Light Exposure.

PHOTOKERATITIS: The first eye condition that can present from ultraviolet exposure is photokeratitis or ultraviolet keratopathy. Photokeratitis is a swelling or inflammation of the cornea, which is the clear front covering of the eye.
You may experience symptoms such as, redness, blurred vision, tearing, light sensitivity, or general pain of the eyes. This can result from just ONE day at the beach and is a consequence of
not wearing proper eye protection from the sun.

PINGUECULA: The second eye condition that can result from sun exposure is called a pinguecula. This presents as a white or yellow raised area or bump within the conjunctiva, which is the gelatinous layer that covers the white of the eye just outside of the colored part. This is not something that goes away once it presents itself, but can be treated if it becomes red or swollen with various eye drops. People with this condition should focus on using Polarised Sunglasses to prevent it from worsening.

PTERYGIUM: The third eye condition is called a pterygium. With continued sun exposure, a pinguecula can grow from the white part of the eye onto the cornea, which is the clear front part of the eye. A pterygium is more obvious because it is a white, wedge or wing-shaped growth over clear tissue. If this continues to grow, then it may lead to scarring of the cornea, which could lead to permanent vision loss or distortion.

CATARACTS: The fourth eye condition from long-term exposure of the sun, is a cataract. There is evidence that those who have constant exposure to the sun, will develop them more rapidly. UV400 sunglasses are recommended for the best sun protection.

MACULAR DEGENERATION: Retinal tissue or macular degeneration. The retina is the multi-layered lining of the inside of the eye. An area near the center of the retina is called the macula. The macula is where we get our central vision from and the area that provides the clearest vision.
In macular degeneration the tissue composition within the macula begins to change.
This causes loss of central vision resulting in blurred vision and eventually blank spaces in vision.
Evidence suggests that those with macular degeneration have had more sun exposure throughout their life.
There is currently no cure.

Always wear UV400 sunglasses to protect your eyes when outside all year round.