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DuraVision® BlueProtect by ZEISS
The ZEISS Blue-Violet Light Blocking Solutions.


DuraVision® BlueProtect by ZEISS is a coating specially developed for people who spend a lot of their time indoors and are exposed to blue-violet light from LEDs as well as TV, computer or tablet screens.


In addition, DuraVision® BlueProtect comes with premium features of ZEISS coatings.

DuraVision® BlueProtect BPI 15 Superior Hardness Easy Care* Easy Care*

On clear material versions, PhotoFusion® and Transitions®**: 1.5/1.53/1.59/1.60/1.67/1.74
* Easy Care function: easy-to-clean, anti-static and scratch-resistant properties
**Transition is a registered trademark of Transitions Optical, Inc.

DuraVision® BlueProtect - the solution for indoor activities

DuraVision BlueProtect
ZEISS DuraVision® BlueProtect reflects parts of the blue-violet light emitted by these sources, preventing light from entering the eye.

This ZEISS coating reduces the transmission in the spectrum of 380–455 nm (blue light hazard) to a BPI 15 while keeping the high transmission level above 460 nm.


Our exposure to blue-violet light may not always be the same. However, we must always enjoy comfortable vision.

Blue-violet light is everywhere, although its intensity varies greatly.
While a typical LCD computer monitor produces a brightness of 250 cd/m2, a clear blue sky at midday is 32 times as bright. Direct sunlight can be thousands of times as bright.


The two sides of blue-violet light*:

Filtering blue-violet light at 440 nm and below should have minor impact on our circadian rhythm (the body’s day-night rhythm), while providing beneficial protection from potential phototoxicity.




Regulates circadian rhythm (day-night rhythm)
There is a body of evidence to suggest that blue light in the spectrum between 400 and 520 nm with a maximum at 460 nm is important for the proper regulation of melatonin in the body, which influences circadian rhythms (day-night rhythm) and general well-being.

Increases risk of macular degeneration
On the other hand, there is a body of evidence to suggest that long-term exposure to blue-violet light below 460 nm, with a maximum at 440 nm, may contribute to photochemical damage of the retina, increasing the risk of macular degeneration over time (known as the ‘blue light hazard’).

Requirements in terms of blue-violet light blocking.
Exposure to harmful blue-violet light varies greatly indoors and outdoors. It is important to have adequate blocking of the blue-violet light depending on its intensity.