New SunSync Lens Goes from Dark to Clear in Seconds

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If you’ve ever worn lenses that change from dark outdoors to clear indoors, this situation probably sounds familiar: You’re outside and your lenses are nice and dark, then you step inside and wait…and wait…and wait…and wait for them to return to clear. At some point you get so tired of waiting for your lenses to get out of that awkward, half-tinted phase, that you might be tempted to just tuck your glasses in your purse and brave the world with blurred vision or maybe put on a disguise and hang out in a dark corner until you’re confident your lenses are finally clear.

Okay, the disguise might be a bit of an exaggeration, but there’s a good chance you’ve thought about it once or twice. Thankfully, you don’t have to think about it again—or sacrifice clear vision due to embarrassment. You can now enjoy all the benefits of light-reactive lenses without the long wait.

SunSync Elite is a revolutionary, new light-reactive lens that changes from dark to clear in seconds, getting your lenses back to clear up to 10x faster than Transitions. This means you can finally stop hiding in the dark waiting for your lenses to change, and step forward with the confidence of clear lenses.

Start experiencing elite light-reactive lens performance. Ask your VSP network eye doctor about SunSync Elite and if it might be right for you.


  • Gail Witherow says:

    That sounds brilliant. I could use those lenses for my driving glasses and then they would be clear at night.

  • Sandy says:

    Do most VSP plans cover SunSync like they cover Transitions?

  • Doris says:

    I was hoping for a video showing how fast that happens, not how slow it is now.

  • Theresa Nelson says:

    Darn, just ordered Transitions last Saturday… wasn’t even offered this choice.

  • PETER OBRZUT says:

    I have asked my doctors office about SunSync the last time I was there for glasses, and they knew nothing about these.

  • Maggie says:

    The real issue with darkening lenses is that they don’t work inside the car, which is the real reason I need dark lenses – driving in the sunlight!

    • gerardo cardenas says:

      exactly, they did not tell me that, i was very disappointed and mad. that was exactly what i wanted them for “driving” and they were useless

    • Cathy says:

      Transitions offers two versions – one stays darker in the car. It has worked well for me. New eye doctor told me about them.

  • Earl Bouchard says:

    There was a comment that there is a Drive XT version for use while driving. Do they have the same quick clearing feature?

  • Robin says:

    Will the cold cause them to darken like Transition does?

  • Roy Adams says:

    I just order new lens today and Sun Sync was not offered. How do I get this lens in my new glasses?

  • Blind Bat says:

    are these polarized to provide the same UV-A & UV-B protection as real sun glasses?

  • Lee Fornelius says:

    Is the price also 10x transitional glasses?

  • Bob says:

    I’ve gotten transition lenses for years, but stopped getting them. For me, that they stay too dark in the cold, even when it’s gloomy or dusk, is too much of a drawback. Will these new lenses clear in the cold?

  • Jane says:

    I totally agree with Maggie. I need to buy Rx sunglasses to wear when I drive because the darkening lenses don’t darken in the vehicle. Sure wish there was a lens that darkens in the vehicle so I still don’t need to have 2 pair of glasses.

  • Bill Hillman says:

    Are these lenses cover by insurance and do they replace your transition lens or are they extra cost item?

  • Sharok says:

    Does SunSync work in driving? I have always been hesitant with translation lenses because they do not change to dark in the car

  • Ray says:

    Do they react to the cold Darkening with temperature changes like Transitions? I hate that and its annoying

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