Rodenstock introduces new “Road” driver’s spectacles - Sparks & Feros Optometrists

Rodenstock introduces new “Road” driver’s spectacles

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Rodenstock introduces new “Road” driver’s spectacles

Rodenstock has launched Rodenstock Road, an innovative lens that, when combined with the optimum frame, “provides a better perspective on the road, even when visibility is difficult”.

Road lens design:
The new Road lens provides large zones of clear vision, optimised to manage the rapid changes of focus necessary when driving, particularly in challenging conditions such as in rain or at dusk. Optimally overlapping visual zones for the right and left eye support spatial vision, simplifying the estimation of distances, when driving past objects or parking.

Solitaire® Protect Road 2:
This new lens also features Solitaire Protect Road 2, a new multifunctional coating, which combines premium anti-reflection coating and a slight 12 per cent filter tint. This minimises back surface reflections and distracting headlight glare, whilst also ensuring high-contrast vision during the day as well.

DNEye® and pupil-optimised correction:
Rodenstock’s patented Eye Lens Technology, especially DNEye, makes a major difference when driving at night. When the pupils dilate in darkness, the high order aberrations (HOA) have the strongest effect on the visual system. DNEye then ensures sharper and higher-contrast vision, most notably during poor visibility. Patients profit even without a DNEye Measurement as pupil-optimised correction, a standard feature of this new lens, provides better vision in the low light.
T-Lite, the perfect companion to Road lenses:

To complete the package, Rodenstock recommends these lenses are combined with the Brand’s extra-light frames. Featuring extraordinarily thin temples, these frames do not compromise the field of vision when doing over the shoulder checks.

What's more is that the new Road lenses are not only for wearing behind the wheel – they have “all the important qualities required for fully-fledged everyday spectacles”.