Atlas Titanium

Lens Type: Lx2 Copper
Lens Type
Frame Color
Gunmetal
Prescription
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Introducing EnChroma Lx Lens Technology
for Low Vision and Glare Sensitive Adults 50+
EnChroma Lx2 Glare Protection Glasses Simulation EnChroma Lx2 Glare Protection Glasses Simulation
Controls glare and improves visual perception
Lx2 Copper lens delivers moderate glare protection for improved visual perception. Ideal for both outdoor and indoor lighting conditions. Enjoy visual comfort with increased contrast and color for enhanced definition. 100% UV protection and Blue Light Filtering.
  Lx2 Copper
Light Transmission: 36%
Light Conditions: Indoor and Outdoor
Base Lens Color: Copper
Lx Lens Technology
GLARE PROTECTION & COMFORT:
Filters out wavelengths of light that cause discomfort from glare to produce a comforting, quieting effect on the eye.
COLOR:
Enhances color perception for improved functional vision without the undesirable dark lens effect that masks important visual cues.
CONTRAST:
Enhanced contrast and clarity for mobility and safety.
BLUE LIGHT FILTERING:
Eases digital eye strain and reduces glare for visual comfort.
Lx Lens Technology
Atlas Titanium | Lx2 Copper

Atlas Titanium Lx2 is our modern take on the classic aviator, featuring Lx2 lenses for moderate glare control. This lightweight frame is contoured to fit close around the nose while its size delivers excellent coverage from the side and above the brow. Finely constructed ultra-thin titanium metal frame for optimal durability and lightness for a weightless feel on the face. Soft silicone nose pads and acetate temple tips offer a comfortable fit. Hypoallergenic. Case included. Frame size: Large 61-14-140.


Fitting Guide
Low vision glasses Atlas fitting guide
What's in the Box
What is inside the EnChroma Box

Every pair of EnChroma glasses arrives in our signature logo box and will include a glasses case, microfiber bag, cleaning cloth, user guide, and 2 year product warranty. Note: Glasses case style may vary.




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What Doctors are Saying
"As a low vision specialist for over 25 years, this is the most effective blue blocking, amber lens for the visually impaired that addresses glare without reducing color and contrast. My patients see better and it improves their mobility."
Selma Chin, OD
Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Palo Alto, CA
EnChroma Promise
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Attention California Residents. Click here for Prop. 65 warning.

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to P65Warnings.ca.gov.

How does this warning relate to EnChroma glasses?

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 support@enchroma.com


NOTICE: EnChroma Lx Eyewear is an optical assistive device designed for glare reduction and is not intended to treat or cure any visual impairment or medical condition. Experiences may vary, depending on the vision challenge, lighting condition, and perceptual differences.