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Under 50? Struggle to focus near and far?

We can definitely help.

Nobody sees like YOU.

Your eyes and options – explained.

Progressive lenses are great for maturing eyes that need help switching between various distances. But this means getting used to looking through different parts of your glasses. If you‘re already wearing progressives or you’re over 40, this lens type can be a good choice.

If you‘re not used to progressive lenses but have some issues with vision up close, a digital lens design might be a good solution. Also called anti-fatigue lenses, they are created for eyes that get tired from changing focus all day. They have a special near zone to help your eyes relax – and make it easier to adapt to progressive lenses later in life.

We’re happy to give you all the information you need to make an informed decision when buying your next pair. Still, make sure to consult an eye care professional to find the best ZEISS lens for YOU.

What makes ZEISS glasses unique?

Optics, protection, aesthetics and more.