This is of particular importance for progressive lenses. After all, these lenses are intended to provide you with excellent vision at all distances (near, far and middle distance) in a single lens. But every eye and every situation we experience in our everyday lives is different, so that not every progressive lens design can be the best solution for every wearer. The more individually the lens is adapted to you and your needs, the more visual comfort you will enjoy. The time you need to adapt to your new lenses is reduced, you need to move your head less frequently, and you will have more natural vision over a wider range and at all distances. You will be able to read more comfortably, feel safer when driving and you will experience less eye fatigue at work.
When creating ZEISS Progressive Individual2 with EyeFit technology, the developers at Carl Zeiss Vision focused in particular on the near zone of the progressive lens. This range of vision is now becoming more and more important for people over 40.
The rapid increase in the use of the Internet, mobile and smart phones or car navigation systems mean that we have to keep switching between near, far and middle distance ranges in our everyday lives. Progressive lenses have to increasingly meet these growing requirements, especially in the close-up range. The goal is to achieve relaxed, natural vision in all situations.
You have the choice for the very first time: together with your optician, you can adapt the near zone of your progressive lenses to your own personal requirements. ZEISS has established that the near visual behaviour of the population can be clustered into three different profiles and has developed a progressive lens design for each.
Our eyes are our most important sense organ. And since each eye is as unique as a fingerprint, it requires a customised visual analysis at your optometrist.
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