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ZEISS FOR EYE CARE PROFESSIONALS

ZEISS Digital Lenses Help your customers to overcome digital eye strain.

Optimised for a dynamic, modern digital lifestyle. Lenses designed to address visual challenges experienced by customers in their 30s and 40s, including first-time wearers with near vision discomfort.

  • Fast fixation from near to far
  • All-day relaxed and comfortable vision during digital device usage
  • Faster adaptation for emmetropes and single vision wearers

Digital Lenses

ZEISS Digital Lenses offer relaxed and clear vision while working on smartphones and other digital devices. ZEISS Digital Lenses significantly improve the accommodative response in pre-presbyopic wearers. The lenses are available in two different design levels:

  • ZEISS Digital Lenses
  • ZEISS Digital Individual Lenses

Why did ZEISS develop the Digital Lenses? Addressing the visual challenges of the digital world.

  • 75 %

    of computer users may experience a variety of vision related symptoms, including eye strain, headache, blurred near vision and post-work distance blur. Computer users can also experience neck or shoulder pain when making unnatural postural adjustments to improve the view of a digital device.1

  • 4.8 Billion

    people are using the internet as of the start of 2020.2

  • 5.19 Billion

    More than 5.19 billion people now use mobile phones, with user numbers up by 124 million over the past year.3

Our ability to focus comfortably on mobile phones and digital devices for a prolonged time diminishes with age.

This is due to a progressive loss in the elasticity of the lens, eventually resulting in presbyopia when the eye can no longer comfortably sustain focus at the desired reading distance.

Our ability to focus comfortably on mobile phones and digital devices for a prolonged time diminishes with age.
Digital eye strain from too much screen time

Digital eye strain from too much screen time.

Our increasing reliance on, and intensive use of computers and mobile devices can become particularly strenuous on the visual system. It can result in symptoms associated with near vision disorders among many patients earlier in life, even at ages traditionally associated with pre-presbyopia.

Lenses designed to support natural body postures, enabling customers to experience stress- and strain-free vision.

  • Designed for an all-day digital lifestyle, leading to more relaxed and comfortable vision while connected on mobile phones and other digital devices.
  • Optimised lens design delivers crystal clear vision for any prescription.
  • Large viewing zones enable customers to experience comfortable vision, matching visual behaviour they may be accustomed to, and ultimately ensuring effortless adaptation.
  • Compressed intermediate zone facilitates a smoother transition between distance and near so that customers can view mobile phones and digital devices with minimal head/eye movement.
  • Variable near power delivers exactly what your customers need.

Customer voices

Innovation behind ZEISS Digital Lenses Technology explained.

  • ZEISS Digital Inside Technology

    ZEISS Digital Inside Technology enables relaxed and sharper vision during frequent usage of digital devices. This rapid transition to the near zone allows customers to view digital devices with minimal head/eye movement.

  • ZEISS FaceFit Technology

    ZEISS Digital Individual Lenses incorporate ZEISS’s FaceFit Technology, customising lenses to match the physiology of the wearer’s face. This delivers optimised vision zones, using the frame data, the position of the eyes and the fit of the frame on the nose and ears. Customised lens solution for the eyes and face.

  • ZEISS UVProtect Technology

    A higher level of UV protection which enables clear ZEISS lenses to block harmful UV rays up to 400 nm. This is the same standard of UV protection as premium sunglasses.

ZEISS Digital Lenses Lenses for your digital lifestyle

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  • 1

    Salibello C. & Nilsen E. (1995). Is there a typical VDT patient? A demographic analysis. J Am Optom Assoc. 66(8), 479-83

  • 2

    DIGITAL 2021 JULY GLOBAL STATSHOT REPORT https://datareportal.com/reports/digital-2021-july-global-statshot

  • 3

    DIGITAL 2020: GLOBAL DIGITAL OVERVIEW, SIMON KEMP JANUARY 30, 2020 https://datareportal.com/reports/digital-2020-global-digital-overview