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ZEISS Single Vision Lenses: A solution for every need

Benefit from our wide range of single vision products – whatever your customers may need

Each and every ZEISS Single Vision Lens is designed with a focus on visual quality, appearance, and wearing comfort. Whether your customers need reading lenses or if you prescribe a solution to correct ametropia – you’ll find a solution in our family of single vision lenses.

ZEISS Single Vision Lenses comes standard with full UV protection.

ZEISS Single Vision Lenses Portfolio: More than 75% of lens wearers purchase standard single vision lenses and more.1

For myopic or hyperopic customers, or those who experience any other type of refractive error e.g. astigmatism or presbyopia. Now you can offer your customers optimal vision, clarity and comfort with high-quality single vision prescription lenses. While our standard products already meet all the basic requirements, our customised lenses ensure maximum comfort in all situations. Plastic, trivex or polycarbonate single vision lenses: Our lens products are available in different material options depending on the lens requirements. In addition to our finished single vision stock lenses and standard lenses we also have a range of single vision lenses designed to meet specific needs. This range includes ZEISS DriveSafe Single Vision designed for excellent wearer comfort and better vision on the road, ZEISS EnergizeMe Single Vision Lenses specially designed for the needs of contact lens wearers and ZEISS Single Vision SmartLife lenses designed for a connected and on-the-move lifestyle. Discover the ZEISS product that best suits your customers’ individual needs.

ZEISS SmartLife Single Vision Lenses

Suitable for customers aged 20+ years who want sharper and more comfortable vision when switching between online and offline. Constantly being connected and on the move can be strenuous on your eyes. With improved optical performance, 94% of people claim that they perceive wide fields of comfortable vision for intermediate and near tasks.2

ZEISS DriveSafe Single Vision Lenses

Ideal for customers who own one pair of glasses for everyday use. ZEISS DriveSafe Single Vision Lenses offer better vision in low light conditions for safer and more comfortable driving. It also reduces glare at night from oncoming cars or street lights.

ZEISS EnergizeMe Single Vision Lenses

Designed for customers who wear contact lenses, but also need spectacle lenses. Most customers don't want to choose between contact lenses or spectacle lenses – they would rather opt for both. 65% of contact lens wearers also enjoy wearing spectacles, especially for reading, watching TV, or using a tablet.3

ZEISS Single Vision Stock Lenses (FSV)

Finished single vision lenses from a trusted and well-known brand. A wide range of finished single vision lenses is available. These lenses include full UV Protection up to 400 nm.

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  • 1

    SWV Strategy with Vision, World, Lens and Frame Demand Study, 11 Sep 2016

  • 2

    External consumer acceptance test on the ZEISS SmartLife lens portfolio, n=48 study participants (percentage of participants who ‘strongly agree’, ‘agree’ or ‘somewhat agree’). Aston Optometry School, Aston University, UK, 2019.

  • 3

    Global ZEISS survey of 2,400 contact lens wearers and 40 eye care professionals in USA, Germany, China and Italy, 2015