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Are you looking for perfect vision? Finding the right precision lenses for you

Getting in five steps to your customised ZEISS eyeglass lenses

Our eyes are our most important sense organ. They are our portal to the world, they let us see, grasp and experience colors, contrasts, light and dark, both close-up and in the distance. And since each eye is as unique as a fingerprint, it requires a customised visual analysis at your optometrist.

Carl Zeiss Vision manufactures customised precision lenses using innovative and patented techniques to meet these requirements. We have already described these technologies, i.Scription® and i.Profiler®.

We are now taking you to the next level: let us guide you through all steps and their meaning to find your perfect and individual lens configuration that meet your exact needs. To ensure this, the optometrist will ask some personal questions while determining your new glasses. So, don’t be surprised. But what happens exactly at the optometrist?

The analytical process consists of five steps:

  1. Starting with your individual sight situation
    Your optometrist needs to know all about your visual habits and needs. Do you need glasses while reading, driving or working out? There is always a difference.
  2. Precise eye measurement
    Cutting-edge technology assists in creating a precise eye profile of your eyes.
  3. Subjective eye test
    Your optometrist precisely measures and analyses the various aspects of your vision: visual acuity, spatial perception and the teamwork of your eyes.
  4. Exact fitting
    Your optometrist calculates the exact position of the lenses in front of your eyes.
  5. Your personal lens solution
    The results of this precise individual checkup help provide an exact overview of which customised ZEISS precision lenses are an option for you.

 

Learn more in this short trailer.

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Learn more how to get your customised eyeglass lenses in just five steps. Start with Step 1: Analysing your individual sight situation

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