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Revision Introduces Photochromic Hellfly Ballistic Sunglasses

July 23, 2009  | 

Revision Eyewear, a leading supplier of ballistic protective eyewear to law enforcement and military worldwide, marks its debut in light changing lens technology with the Photochromic Hellfly Ballistic Sunglass.

Featuring Revision Eyewear’s rapid light changing technology, the Photochromic Hellfly Sunglasses automatically darken to a sunglass tint when exposed to sunlight and return to their clear state in the absence of UV rays, giving law officers a tactical edge in rapidly changing environments.

“Revision’s photochromic lens technology eliminates the need to switch lenses when transitioning between the indoors and outside, allowing the end user to focus on his mission, not his eyewear,” commented Jonathan Blanshay, CEO of Revision Eyewear.

In tests, Revision’s Photochromic Hellfly lenses took only 45 seconds to change from their darkest state to 60 percent clear, while competitor’s lenses took over two minutes to do the same. “For tactical operators, faster photochromic lenses mean enhanced visual performance when it’s most needed, in dynamic environments.”

True to the entire Hellfly Sunglass line, the new photochromic lenses meet military specifications for ballistic protection (MIL-PRF-31013 clause and provide flawless optics. Revision’s Photochromic Hellfly Ballistic Sunglasses retail for $149.99 and offer weightless comfort, superior ballistics, and wrap-around protection for everyday on and off-duty use.

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