Reflex 2000 – bowls
ChromeSilver

Description

FRAMES

  • Contemporary chrome finish
  • Lightweight and durable
  • Superb balance
  • Supplied with FREE clamshell-style case, soft bag and cleaning cloth
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LENSES

  • Direct glazed prescription lenses precision-made to your exact requirements
  • Made from virtually unbreakable polycarbonate or CR39
  • UV protection
  • Water repellent

Use the menu below to find out information on all our lenses and select what best for you. If you have any questions, contact us and we’ll be happy to help.

Polarised Lenses

Colours: Brown, grey & green
Available lens types: Single vision prescription, bifocal, varifocal & non-prescription

Lens information: Polarised lenses increase contrast and remove virtually all horizontal glare from reflective surfaces. They are the lens of choice for many sports due to their high definition qualities.

Tints: Brown & Grey are the most popular tints for most sports glasses and blend well with virtually all frame colours. Brown lenses offer the best vision over a wide range of lighting conditions and really enhance shades of green (i.e. trees, bushes, and grass). Green is a general purpose tint and is good at preserving colour balance. Green lenses increase contrast whilst dimming bright light and brightening shadows.

Photochromic Lenses

Colours: Brown & grey
Available lens types: Single vision prescription, bifocal, varifocal & non-prescription

Lens information: Photochromic lenses have a variable tint and darken and lighten rapidly depending on light conditions. This makes them the perfect choice for many sports. In very low light our photochromic lenses will go virtually clear meaning that they can still offer vital protection whilst maintaining good vision. Our photochromic lenses use Transitions optical technology – as advertised on TV.

Tints: Brown & Grey are the most popular tints for most sports glasses and blend well with virtually all frame colours. Brown lenses offer the best vision over a wide range of lighting conditions and really enhance shades of green (i.e. trees, bushes, and grass). Grey lenses are better for high levels of light whilst maintaining true colour perception.

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