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CARL ZEISS LENSES ARE SUPERIOR LENS TECHNOLOGY

Carl Zeiss precision lenses have a long tradition.  Improved vision means precise vision. The name ZEISS has stood for this principle for over 160 years.

  • the first man on the moon was photographed using ZEISS camera lenses on July 20, 1969
  • Google Earth uses ZEISS precision camera lenses to obtain spectacular images of the earth
  • ZEISS microscopes helped Nobel Prize winners make red blood cells visible
  • ZEISS camera lenses play an important role for diretors and camera crews in Hollywood

Carl Zeiss progressive lenses are German engineered and ergonomically designed.

Carl Zeiss lenses are the result of extensive research by the Carl Zeiss engineers.  Using sophisticated head-tracking technology, Zeiss measured the viewing geometry and ergonomic behavior of over 14,000 progressive lens wearers.  Carl Zeiss engineers used this data to more closely align viewing zones to the wearer preferences established by the research.

Carl Zeiss lenses are superior to other progressive lenses.  Patented technology delivers:

  • point-by-point optimization over 100's of points on the lens
  • viewing zones aligned to wearer preferences (based on research)
  • near zone aligned to match average range of eye rotations during near vision work
  • engineered for smooth transition from distance, to mid-range, to reading
  • utilizes Horizontal Symmetry - patented Zeiss technology

The scientists and engineers at Carl Zeiss Vision have been extensively studying the complex interaction between the eyes and progressive lenses for decades - successfully developing progressive lens designs with excellent binocular synchronizaiton - resulting in the next generation of Carl Zeiss progressive lenses.

Lens technology is a lot like computer technology.  It changes dramatically and rapidly.  Progressive lenses today are quite different from lenses of just a few years ago.  Plus there are literally hundreds of different types and brands of progressive lenses - most are generically designed and mass produced, resulting in compromised vision, difficulty adapting to the lens, reduced computer vision, and limited reading area. 

When it comes to progressive lenses quality does matter, and so does the technician fitting the lens.  This is not the place to skimp on quality or allow someone with limited experience to assist you.  When it comes to your vision, don't settle for less than Carl Zeiss lenses. 

ZEISS LENSES. COME IN TODAY FOR YOURS.