The evolution of the traditional progressive lens
From near to far and everywhere in between, the Summit iQ lens is designed to provide crisper, clearer viewing ranges and more natural vision transitions than any other traditional progressive lens.
This new level of precision in traditional progressive lens design sharpens perspectives, and noticeably expands your viewing zones, no matter where you look.
We’ve revolutionized the standard progressive lens manufacturing process to produce a more intuitive design, resulting in much more vivid perspectives. The difference between looking through a Summit iQ lens and a traditionally made progressive lens is like seeing a Hi-definition screen after watching analog television.
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 what makes Summit iQ the evolution of the traditional progressive lens.
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