Stylish, Contemporary, Advanced – Serengeti’s Brera Large and Valentina Sunglasses
March 26, 2019
Stay stylish and protect your eyes with Serengeti’s incredible range
Unique is a word often overused in today’s world, but in this case it is perfectly apt. Serengeti’s lens technology is unrivalled within the sunglasses world, and, crafted to a stylish, urban design, its Brera and Valentina sunglasses are the ultimate classics.
The Brera Large sunglasses epitomise this combination of simple yet modern styling and high-end technology. The Signature Hinge is beautifully crafted of copper beryllium and has a look that is sleek, streamlined and truly unmistakable.
The exclusive feminine design of the Valentina was envisioned to turn heads. It is a perfect amalgamation of beautiful curves, ultra-glamorous cat-eye, and galvanized metal that give each pair a jewellery-like finish that is sure to attract attention.
Both pairs boast the genuinely unique 3-in-1 lens that forms the basis for Serengeti’s considerable reputation for visual acuity. It combines three industry-leading technologies to create an image of unrivalled clarity. Polarized, Photochromic and Spectral Control® technologies reduce glare, adjust to the light conditions of the moment, and filter unwanted light wavelengths, yielding an impressively full and colourful image.
Staying true to Serengeti’s commitment to craftsmanship, unparalleled attention to detail is given throughout every phase of the lens-making process to deliver the best visual acuity you could ever experience. The lenses are chemically tempered to ensure scratch and impact resistance, then ground to perfection. An anti-reflective coating is then added to the backside of the lens, cancelling the scattering light that causes reflective glare.
Serengeti’s Ultra-Light lenses are made of borosilicate optical glass – every pair of lenses is unique and each Photochromic lens passes through a Hydrogen fuelled Lehr furnace which fuses each one with Spectral Control® technology – with varying temperatures to determine the proprietary lens hue.
A Closer Look at the Breathtaking Technology
When glare reflects off the road, it results in less visibility and even dazzling light, that can be dangerous for the driver while also being very tiring on the eyes. Serengeti’s Polarizing technology suppresses glare and sets the eyes free: parallel light rays can pass through unhindered, while distracting perpendicular light is reflected. This allows drivers to gain more clarity, to reduce eye-fatigue and to focus only on the horizon.
As the pioneer of Photochromic technology, Serengeti® leads the industry in creating lenses that adapt to any light condition in any setting. Molecularly infused into every lens, Serengeti photochromic technology is activated by the amount of UV in the atmosphere. The lens is engineered to transition from light to dark gradually depending on the light conditions, keeping the eyes relaxed and enabling them to discern shapes and colours more quickly while eliminating eye strain.
Spectral Control® Technology
Serengeti’s proprietary Spectral Control® technology has featured in every single lens since the brand’s day one. This technology manages light wavelengths to give better definition of what needs to be seen. Much like an audio equalizer filters sound frequency, the technology fine tunes and filters harmful shortwave blue light, allowing more red, green, and yellow to pass through. Landscapes that would seem washed out, dull or flat with other lenses become naturally defined, vibrant and vivid.
One knows that the best visual acuity comes also from the material of the lens. Some materials create distortion, and you don’t want to inflict this on your eyes. Serengeti mineral lenses offer the very best visual acuity available. Every pair of Serengeti® mineral lenses is unique and comes to life through an intense hydrogen-firing process. The lenses are chemically tempered to ensure scratch and impact resistance, then ground to perfection. An anti-reflective coating is added to the backside of the lens, cancelling the scattering light that causes reflective glare.