FREE! BluTech Trial Program
The Science Behind the BluTech Lens:While there are tons of Blue Light Technology products available in the optical industry, none of them are as unique as BluTech. BluTech Lenses filter high-energy blue and ultra-violet light using ocular lens pigment derived from the auto-oxidation of 3- Hydroxykynurenine (3-OHKyn). The ocular lens pigment is then combined with melanin and isolated in a durable material. When used in an optical lens, this infusion of pigment provides the same protection, contrast enhancement, and color perception to the eye as the natural yellow-brown coloration of the human crystalline lens.
And now, BluTech lenses are clearer than ever with their latest version; BluTech Ultra Poly Lenses in polycarbonate. Ultra Poly BluTech Lenses are available in a wide variety of freeform single vision, freeform computer lens and freeform progressive lens designs from Shamir, Seiko, Hoya, IOT, Signet Armorlite and Crossbows.Cherry Optical, Inc is proud to partner with BluTech LLC to bring you the triple protection of Blue Light Plus™. No other lens filters more of the blue light known to be associated with digital eye strain, macular cellular damage, and sleep/wake cycle disruption.
BluTech Trial Program Information for Eye Care Professionals:Order your personal pair of Ultra Poly Indoor BluTech Lenses from Cherry Optical, Inc, wear it for 2 weeks, and then provide feedback to receive full credit for your purchase. For this trial program, the following lens designs are available: Shamir, IOT, Hoya, Seiko, Crossbows and Signet Armorlite. When placing your BluTech Trial order, please call out the trial program on your order form so we can properly credit you.
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