- Enhances colour perception for optimal visual performance
- Clear lenses indoors and tinted lenses when out in the sun
- Subtle indoor tint that attenuates the harshness of modern lighting
- Reduces glare : comfortable vision
- Protects eyes from UVA and UVB rays
- Lenses activate with sunlight even when being in the car
More adaptive. More visual opportunities.
This unique photochromic lens provides remarkable comfort to wearers in the brightest sun and hot conditions. When activated, Transitions XTRActive is our darkest Transitions lens in all conditions. In fact it reaches up to category 3 darkness, and offers full UV protection. They are the only photochromic lens to achieve a category 3 level of darkness when it's hot(2). Transitions XTRActive New Generation lenses are the darkest photochromic lens in the car, helping to protect your patients’ eyes from bright sunlight while driving(3).
Transitions XTRActive New Generation lenses filter blue-violet light indoors(3), and filter up to 90% blue-violet light outdoors(1). All Transitions(R) lenses, including Transitions XTRactive including Transitions XTRActive New Generation lenses, block 100% of UVA and UVB rays to help protect your patients’ eyes from the harmful effects of ultraviolet rays emitted by the sun. Transitions XTRActive New Generation lenses return from a dark to a clear lens faster than ever, providing 35% faster fadeback than the previous generation(7). Transitions XTRActive New Generation lenses are clear indoors with a hint of protective tint; designed to help protect your patients’ eyes from harsh indoor lighting.
Transitions XTRActive New Generation with Crizal Sapphire HR provides optimum UV light filtering, anti-reflective, scratch resistant, smudge repellence, water repellence and dust repellence. Ensure further blue-violet light filtration(1) with Crizal Prevencia
|Transitions XTRActive NG|
|Essilor Eyezen Start||Yes|
|Varilux XR Series||Yes|
|Varilux Physio 3.0||Yes|
|Varilux Comfort Max||Yes|
|Varilux Liberty 3.0||Yes|
(1) Blue-violet light is between 400 and 455nm as stated by ISO TR 20772:2018.
(2) The darkest in hot temperatures, in the car and offering the best overall blue-violet light filtration across light situations* among clear to extra dark photochromic lenses. *Blue-violet light is between 400 and 455nm as stated by ISO TR 20772:2018 among polycarbonate and 1.5 gray lenses: filtering (i) up to 34% indoors at 23°C, (ii) up to 64% behind the windshield (iii) up to 90% outdoors at 23°C and (iv) up to 83% outdoors at 35°C.
(3) Clear to extra dark photochromic category. Polycarbonate and 1.5 gray lenses tested at 23°C behind the windscreen achieving between 18%T and 43%T.
(4) Filters up to 34% of harmful blue light (380nm-460nm) indoors at 23°C. Tests carried out on polycarbonate and 1.5 gray lenses in the clear to extra dark photochromic category.
(5) “Harmful blue light” is calculated between 380nm and 460nm. Based on polycarbonate gray lenses tested outdoors at 23C.
(6) Protection from harmful blue light (380nm-460nm) filtering (i) up to 34% indoors at 23°C, (ii) up to 64% behind the windshield (iii) up to 90% outdoors at 23°C and (iv) up to 83% outdoors at 35°C, among polycarbonate and 1.5 gray lenses in the clear to extra dark photochromic category.
(7) Compared to the previous generation, across materials tested on gray lenses fading back to 70% transmission at 23°C.
Transitions® XTRActive NG
Lenses that go extra dark
- Protects your eyes from harmful light*
- Go extra dark when fully activated
- Adapt to changing light conditions
- Go extra dark when fully activated
- Activates even in the car
- Reduces glare
- Comfortable vision
- Available in 3 iconic colours
- Covered by the Love 'em Leave 'em guarantee
Frequently Asked Questions
*Harmful light = UV and Blue-Violet light(2)McCarty CA, Taylor HR. A review of the epidemiologic evidence linking ultraviolet radiation and cataracts. Dev Ophthalmol. 2002; 35:21-31. Sunlight and the 10-year incidence of age-related maculopathy: The Beaver Dam Eye Study. Arch. Ophthalmol., 122, 750-757. New discoveries and therapies in retinal phototoxicity, Serge Picaud et Emilie Arnault, Points de Vue N°68, Spring 2013.