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Tritanomaly / Tritanopia

Tritan-type color blindness is characterized by a loss of color discrimination for shades of blue and yellow. 

This can be caused by age-related factors, genetic factors, as well as exposure to certain toxins such as mercury. A complete diagnosis of color vision deficiency is not possible using online testing–consult an eye care professional for more information.

EnChroma® glasses are usually effective for red-green color blindness and are unlikely to help for tritanomaly or tritanopia (blue-yellow color blindness). However, if you would like to try EnChroma glasses, you can return them if they don’t work for you. All EnChroma products are satisfaction-guaranteed within 60 days of purchase.

Tritanomaly / Tritanopia

Tritan-type color blindness is characterized by a loss of color discrimination for shades of blue and yellow. 

This can be caused by age-related factors, genetic factors, as well as exposure to certain toxins such as mercury. A complete diagnosis of color vision deficiency is not possible using online testing–consult an eye care professional for more information.

EnChroma® glasses are usually effective for red-green color blindness and are unlikely to help for tritanomaly or tritanopia (blue-yellow color blindness). However, if you would like to try EnChroma glasses, you can return them if they don’t work for you. All EnChroma products are satisfaction-guaranteed within 60 days of purchase.

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Color-Name Confusion

People with color blindness might find it difficult to "name" some of the colors they see. Greens, yellows, oranges, reds, and browns may appear similar especially in low light. It can also be difficult to tell the difference between blues and purples, or pinks and grays.

Impaired Color Perception

People with normal color vision can see about 1 million distinct shades of color. Those with color blindness see only about 5% to 10% as many.

Age and Environmental Factors

Tritan-type color vision deficiency can be an indicator of a yellowing of the lens. Yellowing is correlated with the accumulated lifetime of sun exposure to your eyes. Doctors recommend wearing good quality sunglasses as often as possible when outside.

new-tritanomaly.png Tritanomaly
no-cvd.png Normal Color Vision

Image colors are simulated. Color Vision Deficiency varies by individual.

Color-Name Confusion

People with color blindness might find it difficult to "name" some of the colors they see. Greens, yellows, oranges, reds, and browns may appear similar especially in low light. It can also be difficult to tell the difference between blues and purples, or pinks and grays.

Impaired Color Perception

People with normal color vision can see about 1 million distinct shades of color. Those with color blindness see only about 5% to 10% as many.

Age and Environmental Factors

Tritan-type color vision deficiency can be an indicator of a yellowing of the lens. Yellowing is correlated with the accumulated lifetime of sun exposure to your eyes. Doctors recommend wearing good quality sunglasses as often as possible when outside.

new-tritanomaly.png Tritanomaly
no-cvd.png Normal Color Vision

Image colors are simulated. Color Vision Deficiency varies by individual.

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KNOW ANYONE WHO'S COLOR BLIND?

Color blindness affects millions of people worldwide. It affects 1 in 12 men and 1 in 200 women. The condition ranges from a variety of classes, red-green color blindness being the most common.

Introducing EnChroma, high performance eyewear for color blindness that are engineered to provide a broader range of clear, vibrant color.

If you have a friend or a loved one who is color blind, please share this video.