PowerUp Lens

With PowerUp Technology, it combats the effects of digital eyestrain by powering up the near vision area of your lens

Busy Life but tired eyes

Power up lenses are specially enhanced for all your screen usage.

Computer, tablet, smartphones – pick a technology of your choice. Most of us would probably chose two, if not all three. According to one study, on average, one would now spend five hours or more on their mobile device daily, resulting in tired and dry eyes. Today's extended hours of close to intermediate work, switching from screen to screen puts a tremendous workload on our eyes, and in many cases beyond what our eyes can comfortably cope.

Control, block and protect your eyes from high-energy blue light exposure.

Every screen emits harmful blue light.

Many jobs or tasks require the eyes to stay focused at a constant distance for a long period of time, for example reading or a office worker using a computer.This can lead to the eye muscles becoming tired causing eye strain and headaches. 

Broad, clear distance vision.

An average person spends five hours or more on digital devices daily.

That's a lot of time for our eyes to adjust to moving images on the screen. Adding in time spent on reading or performing tasks close up, we can see that our eyes are working overtime.

 

Kodak PowerUp Lens offers a large reading area for the near vision and a wide intermediate corridor. It offers distortion free distance area and corridor with individual designs for left and right eyes. It is designed to relieve eyestrain caused by long usage of these devices. Carefully crafted into the design is a slight magnification that soothes the eye muscles while providing crisp vision.

 

The power in the lens does all the works for us!

The end to tired eyes!

Everyone deserves the most comfortable vision possible. This is why Kodak PowerUp Lenses are available to everyone – whether you have a prescription or not  – to help reduce eye strain, keep you going and get the most out of your screenlife

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