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The lenses for more relaxed driving

The lenses for more relaxed driving

How ZEISS lenses can help make driving less stressful and safer.

Driving – many people absolutely love it, but for most of us, it is a necessity that provides us with a high degree of independence. However, studies have shown that many people feel insecure, tense and stressed when driving – particularly in poor visibility: in the rain, in foggy or misty conditions,...

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Developing Spectacle Lenses for Driving

Developing Spectacle Lenses for Driving

A look behind the scenes: how ZEISS developed DriveSafe
ZEISS has developed a new spectacle lens which is optimised for driving. And it’s not a special-purpose lens, but an everyday lens which is suitable for all-day use. It offers three key features which...

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Blue Light: the Good and the Bad

Blue Light: the Good and the Bad

How much blue light do we need? And how and when should we be protecting ourselves against it?
A debate is raging over the beneficial and the damaging effects of blue light. On the one hand, blue light can be a helpful tool in combating winter depression and insomnia. On the other hand, blue light...

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ZEISS redefines progressive lenses!

ZEISS redefines progressive lenses!

The demands being made on our vision have increased phenomenally in recent years. BETTER VISION talks to Laura Rocha about how the new ZEISS Progressive Portfolio takes these challenges into account.
ZEISS lens designs are constantly optimised to ensure that they continue to meet the changing demands being made on our eyes by the modern world. ZEISS leaves nothing to chance: many years of experience...

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How do I find the right progressive lenses?

How do I find the right progressive lenses?

No problem: four types of progressive lens make it easy to select the right one for your needs
Progressive lenses are optical masterpieces which offer smooth vision from near to far via what is known as the progression corridor or the transitional zone. But not all progressive lenses are the same....

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