Lenses custom designed for specific lifestyles
Clarity lenses are designed to meet the visual needs of those who lead active lifestyles, providing wider and clearer fields of vision when looking ahead and into the distance.
If you’re a sports or outdoor enthusiast – or you’re just “on-the-go” all the time – and fine print is becoming more difficult to read, ask your eye care professional if Clarity lenses are right for you.
Harmony lenses are designed for those who already wear progressive lenses, and are having additional difficulty seeing close up.
If you frequently perform tasks at arm’s length – like reading a book or using a tablet device – and you’d appreciate a broader, more comfortable near zone of vision to help you see the details, ask your eye care professional if Harmony lenses are right for you.
Our patented approach to lens design is based on the understanding that no two
eyes are exactly the same.
We’ve developed a completely new approach to eyeglass lens design and processing,
all based on the insight that each of us sees the world slightly differently.
iD technology factors in more variables than traditional eyeglass lens making processes, like accounting for the way your individual eyes move. We’ve reinvented the lens design, the polishing technique, even the analysis and correction of skew deformations. iD technology is what makes the first truly personalized eyeglass lenses possible.
Maybe your eyes are sensitive to outdoor glare, or perhaps you’d feel more comfortable with lenses so light they almost float on water. If safety’s a concern, how about an eyeglass lens material so strong it’s used in military applications? LifeStyle 2 lenses give you up to 67 customizable options, so your new progressive lenses can be as ‘you’ as your frames.
Smartphones, tablets, TVs and even energy efficient light bulbs emit high-energy blue light waves that, when stared at day and night, strain our eyes and even interfere with our ability to sleep at night. The blue light blocking properties of Recharge lenses alleviate eyestrain, and even help maintain your melatonin levels, so you can fall asleep at night.
Only HOYA-authorized eye care providers have the optical expertise to explain how LifeStyle 2 lenses are custom designed for specific lifestyles.
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