Like most eyewear frames, EnChroma frames may contain stainless steel hardware components such as wire, hinges and screws. Stainless steel is an alloy of iron, chromium and nickel. Metallic nickel has been classified as a possible carcinogen and is on the Prop 65 warning list.What testing does EnChroma perform on its frames?
EnChroma uses an independent third party laboratory to test its frames and lenses for compliance with international standards including EN 16128:2015. EnChroma frames are compliant with the requirement for upper limit of nickel migration as specified in paragraph 1(b) and (c) of entry 27 of Annex XVII to the REACH. REACH is a European Union regulation concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of Chemicals. However, the REACH is not recognized by the State of California. For more information and Prop 65 and how it applies to eyewear and EnChroma products contact email@example.com
NOTICE: EnChroma glasses are an optical assistive device for enhancement of color discrimination in persons with color blindness; they are not a cure for color blindness. Results vary depending on the type and extent of color vision deficiency per individual. EnChroma does not endorse the use of the glasses to pass occupational screening tests such as the Ishihara test: these tests may be required in occupations where public safety is at risk such as public transport operators, electricians and first responders. Wearing of any filtering lens including colored contact lenses during test administration is prohibited and may invalidate the accuracy of the results.
Sam plays football. He is 14. He loves loves his new safety glasses!
I have purchased these for my sons with results that have made me cry with joy. I just purchased safety glasses for our sons birthday and he said they are even better than the pair of outdoor Enchroma's we bought him 5 years ago (which are still in great shape. Thank you Enchroma for bringing color to my sons worlds
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We recommend the Outdoor Lenses for your first pair for maximum color impact.
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Experience may vary. For best results, use indoors with bright full-spectrum lighting rated CRI of 90+.