The world's first contact lens that adapts to changing light conditions. On April 11, 2018, Johnson & Johnson Vision announced ACUVUE OASYS® with Transitions® Light Intelligent Technology™. The technology we have known and used for years when wearing glasses that automatically darken as they are exposed to more light is now available within a contact lens.
A contact lens with vision correction and special photochromic molecules that provide a dynamic light filter based on the amount of light they are exposed to are many great aspects of this lens. Whether outside in the sun or indoors exposed to bright light, ACUVUE OASYS® with Transitions® adjust to a wide range of light conditions.
We believe this innovative new technology - similar to the first daily disposable silicone hydrogel lenses - revolutionizes the contact lens industry and provides new benefits to patients around the globe. Johnson & Johnson Vision developed this new lens technology in partnership with Transitions Optical, a leading manufacturer of various photochromic products.
What are the features and benefits of ACUVUE OASYS® with Transitions®?
- A contact lens with the same base material used in ACUVUE OASYS® but also offering auto-darkening capabilities previously only available with glasses.
- Class-1 UVA and UVB blocking
- Vision correction for patients that are near-sighted or far-sighted
When will ACUVUE OASYS® with Transitions® be available?
Johnson & Johnson Vision received FDA pre-market approval for this new type of lens on April 10, 2018 and is now commercially available from select eye care practitioners and online retailers in the US.
What else should you know about ACUVUE OASYS® with Transitions®?
ACUVUE OASYS® with Transitions® benefit patients that:
- are bothered by light – indoors or outdoors.
- are squinting or shading their eyes.
- are turning off or turning down lights or the brightness of their digital screens.
ACUVUE OASYS® with Transitions® - Parameters and Spec Sheet
Updated: Oct 15, 2019
ACUVUE OASYS® with Transitions®
|Price Comparison|| |
|Manufacturer||Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc.|
|Release Date|| April 2019 |
US & Canada
|Replacement Schedule||Two weeks|
|Wearing Details|| Daily wear or |
up to 6 consecutive nights extended wear
|Sphere Powers|| -12.00D to +8.00D |
(in 0.5 steps after +-6.00D)
|Base Curves|| 8.4 mm |
|Lens Material|| Silicone hydrogel |
|Wetting Agents|| Yes |
|% of Material||62%|
|% of Water||38%|
|Center Thickness||0.085 mm|
|Oxygen Transmission||121 Dk/t|
|Special Features|| |
|UV Blocking|| Class 1 |
|Dynamic Light Absorption||Yes|
|Visibility Tint|| Yes |
|Inside-out Mark|| Yes |
|Packaging, Pricing and Offers|
|Packaging Details|| 6 lenses per box, |
each lens in a foil-sealed plastic package
|Price Range|| $38 - $58 (6 lenses) |
$166 - $183 (25 lenses)
|Cost per Day|| $0.46 - $0.69 (6 lenses) |
$0.47 - $0.52 (25 lenses)
|Online Retailers|| |
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