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I used to think color would never impact my life. These are amazing and changed, literally, the way I view the world. Thank you.

Brian A

I feel the gift of color is wasted on many. They Don’t appreciate the vibrancy of the world they have. I’ve had a taste of that world now. The immersive depth of colors touches my soul with joy.

Nicholas P.

I have many premium sunglasses from Ray Bans, Persol, Randolph etc. and the EnChroma are the best. Superior clarity, quality construction and I can see reds and greens much better. They make a beautiful world.

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Science & Lens Technology

Research Reveals the Power of EnChroma Lens Technology

Recent research shows that EnChroma's patented lens technology can improve color vision for those with red-green color blindness and expand the range of visible colors. The study, conducted by UIW, revealed wearing EnChroma glasses:

  • Stimulated the brains color vision center
  • Showed immediate and long-term improvement
  • Showed 3 to 5x improvement after 6 months

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Color Blind Vision

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About Color Blind Lens Technology

How Do EnChroma Glasses Work?

Based on the latest color perception neuroscience, EnChroma lenses filter light to alleviate the red/green color cone sensitivity overlap that leads to color confusion. Approximately 80% of people with red-green color blindness will see an expanded range of visible colors and distinguish shades more accurately. Plus, with our 60-day guarantee, you can try risk free.

About Color Blindness

What is Color Blindness?

An average person with normal vision typically sees millions of shades of color. In the eyes of someone with color blindness, there is a greater overlap of the red and green cones' sensitivity, reducing the number of shades seen to just a fraction of that and causing frequent color confusion.

About Color Blindness

How Common is Color Blindness?

1 in 12 men have some form of color blindness compared to 1 in 200 women, with a total estimate of around 350 million people world wide.

What to Expect: Every Experience is Different

Everyone's perceptual processing is different. There is no one reaction to seeing vibrant color for the first time. Some people may see something right away and be amazed, and some people may see something after wearing them for an extended period of time. It won't always be emotional, overwhelming, or filled with excitement. Give a new world of color a shot and get ready for your first EnChroma moment!