Lenses

The ZEISS lens product portfolio offers a variety of different product solutions. No matter what vision problem wearers are facing, they can be sure to find the right offering for their needs within the ZEISS portfolio – regardless of whether they need thin lenses, light lenses, correction for special distances or special filters or treatments to increase their visual comfort: ZEISS has always the right product solution.

ZEISS UVProtect Technology

Starting today, ZEISS is creating a new standard of eye care by including full UV protection in all clear plastic lenses. ZEISS lenses will provide protection against UV rays up to 400 nm, according to the standard of UV protection as defined by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection1 (ICNIRP) and the World Health Organisation, moving beyond the industry standard at 380 nm.

ZEISS UV protection sets an industry benchmark by offering sunglass-level UV protection up to 400 nm in clear lens materials.

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iScription

i.Profiler®plus does not only provide you a better prescription, it gives you access to an optimised individualised lens solution with i.Scription technology for improved colour and contrast vision as well as improved night vision. i.Scription involves an innovative patented algorithm which combines the subjective refraction values with the i.Profiler plus ocular wavefront aberrometry data to calculate an individualised prescription to 1/100th of a dioptre – especially for lower light situations.

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Free Form Technology

All progressive lenses feature a reading power in the lower part of the lens. The upper part of the lens is used for distance vision, and the transition between the two zones – also known as the progression corridor – provides clear vision in the middle distance range. Due to the laws of physics, blurring occurs at the edges of this zone that may vary in its intensity depending on the quality of the progressive lens design and the degree of individualised fitting. The more individualised the calculation and production of a progressive lens, the smaller the peripheral areas of blurring become. This results in an improvement in vision and wearer tolerance.

A progressive surface is what is known as a freeform surface. At Carl Zeiss Vision small components of the surface are defined which are locally variable and lead to a smooth progressive surface. These surface components are adapted to the wearer’s prescription with the aid of mathematical calculations and are then produced. This means that the design of the lens can be individually tailored to the personal needs of the wearer.

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Drive Safe Lenses

ZEISS developed an everyday lens solution consisting of three elements to make driving safer and more comfortable.

Luminance Design® Technology by ZEISS takes into account the pupil size in low-light conditions
ZEISS DuraVision DriveSafe Coating reduces perceived glare.

ZEISS DriveSafe Lens Design incorporates an up to 43% larger mid-distance zone for easier focus switching between the dashboard and mirrors. And up to 14% larger far-distance vision zone for a wider view of the road.

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