Spotters Chill Gloss/Matt Hybrid - Nexus Mirror Crown Glass
A life style frame with the high glare reducing lens.
Spotters Chill Gloss/Matt Black frame is fitted with the Nexus Mirror Crown Glass Lens
> High glare specialist
> Real metallic mirror protected by layers of Crown Glass
The incredible iridescent blue/green mirror overlays a high definition Emerald Green polarised Crown Glass lens. We use real metallic particles in our Nexus Mirror lenses as only real metallic particles reflect bright light and heat away from your eyes. This actually creates a cooling effect during periods of intense light and reduces eye fatigue. Our real metallic mirrors are sandwiched between layers of Crown Glass so they can’t be damaged or scratched off!
The high definition Emerald Green base tint is incredibly soothing to your eyes, allowing for increased depth perception and improved colour awareness without altering your colour vision. We developed the Emerald Green base tint (the same as our Emerald lens) because there is nothing on the market that gives your eyes natural colour tones while delivering enhanced depth perception.
As a result, we’ve tinted the Emerald base tint at the precise point in the electromagnetic spectrum that allows the human eye to perceive colour. This lens feels extremely soothing to your eyes, shows undulations in the field in front of you and contrasts objects under water to give you clearer vision. This lens is perfect for people who are colour blind or are uncomfortable with the copper tones of the Halide and Penetrator lenses.
This lens can also be worn if you have a visual colour deficiency, such as colour blindness.
The result? Spotters’ Nexus mirror is a high glare specialist, giving glare-free vision and with enhanced depth perception and natural colour vision.
On the front surface is an iridescent blue/green Mirror constructed from real metallic particles. The real metallic mirror is glare and heat reflecting, creating a cooling effect for your eyes and eliminating all squinting. The view from the front is what people will see when they look at you while wearing your eyewear.