ZEISS Vision Care
A new experience in vision
As the world’s leading manufacturer of precision optics, Zeiss combine’s technical expertise and innovative ideas into exceptional visual experiences. Prepare to be astounded by solutions that are much more than lenses!
Fascinating insights into the world of optics
Your visual behaviour is influenced by the way you use digital devices.
ZEISS SmartLife Lenses are supported by ZEISS SmartView Technology, which is based on applied research of today’s lifestyle, visual behaviour, and individual, age-related visual needs.
Full UV protection
in all clear lenses.
All day every day.
ZEIS Lenses with
ZEISS BlueGuard Lenses: The next generation of blue light blocking glasses
With previous products, blue light blocking is achieved via coatings applied to blue light filter glasses. ZEISS BlueGuard Lenses incorporate blue light blocking properties into the lens material itself. This allows us to apply ZEISS DuraVision Platinum – our most premium lens coating – as a standard to ZEISS BlueGuard Lenses.
There is something captivating about driving a car. Yet many people still feel insecure and inadequately supported by their glasses in tricky conditions – such as during a storm, at night or at dawn or dusk.
UV is always around. Even on cloudy days. UV radiation represents a health risk for your eyes but as also to the eye surroundings. Do you always protect your eyes when you are outdoors? Now all clear lenses from ZEISS come with full UV protection!
Don’t compromise when it comes to your vision. ZEISS ClearView Single Vision Lenses offer excellent vision clarity from the lens centre to the periphery, in a lens that is flatter, thinner, and more attractive-looking than conventional lenses.
ZEISS Lenses with AntiVirus Coating
Kills 99.9% of viruses and bacteria.1
The global pandemic has affected all of us in one way or another and the awareness of viruses has become inevitable among your customers. ZEISS has come up with a solution to address this growing concern: a highly effective antimicrobial coating.
How to recognize poor vision in your child
The lenses of infants’ eyes are still very soft and can accommodate very effectively, i.e. they can adapt to various distances without difficulty. If one eye is not performing as well as the other, parents sometimes do not notice that the ‘good’ eye is in fact compensating for the ‘bad’ one. It is therefore advisable to have your child’s eyes tested at an early age – ideally at age three.