ZEISS FOR EYE CARE PROFESSIONALS

ZEISS SmartLife Lenses

It’s time your patients saw the bigger picture

The best complete lens portfolio by ZEISS. An innovative, modern product catering to the visual needs of today's consumers, no matter their age.
 

Gives your customer all-day visual comfort for a connected and on-the-move lifestyle

Provides ease of viewing and relaxed vision in all distances and directions

ZEISS SmartLife Lenses adapt the lens designs to changes in vision, as the wearers age

ZEISS FOR EYE CARE PROFESSIONALS

ZEISS SmartLife Lenses

It’s time your patients saw the bigger picture

The best complete lens portfolio by ZEISS. An innovative, modern product catering to the visual needs of today's consumers, no matter their age.
 

Gives your customers all-day visual comfort for a connected and on-the-move lifestyle

Provides ease of viewing and relaxed vision in all distances and directions

ZEISS SmartLife Lenses adapt the lens designs to changes in vision, as the wearers age

ZEISS FOR EYE CARE PROFESSIONALS

ZEISS SmartLife Lenses

It’s time your patients saw the bigger picture

The best complete lens portfolio by ZEISS. An innovative, modern product catering to the visual needs of today's consumers, no matter their age.
 

Gives your customer all-day visual comfort for a connected and on-the-move lifestyle

Provides ease of viewing and relaxed vision in all distances and directions

ZEISS SmartLife Lenses adapt the lens designs to changes in vision, as the wearers age

Our complete portfolio for all age groups

consists of 3 lens types.

Our complete portfolio
for all age groups

consists of 3 lens types.

Single Vision Lens

Calculates the single vision lens design for sharp vision in all distances, especially when lowering the gaze to focus on nearby objects. Improved optical performance with larger, clear fields of view.1

  • ZEISS Single Vision SmartLife
  • ZEISS Single Vision SmartLife Individual

Digital Lens

Provides a smoother transition into the lens periphery with less perceived blur. This enables peripheral vision in natural dynamic interaction with less perceived eye strain.The design is geared to ZEISS SmartLife Progressive Lenses for an easier transition into the later progressive lens vision.

  • ZEISS Digital SmartLife
  • ZEISS Digital SmartLife Individual

Progressive Lens

Provides a smoother transition into the lens periphery with less perceived blur to enable peripheral vision in natural dynamic interaction that allows smooth vision from near to far across all viewing zones.3

  • ZEISS Progressive SmartLife Pure
  • ZEISS Progressive SmartLife Plus
  • ZEISS Progressive SmartLife Superb
  • ZEISS Progressive SmartLife Individual

ZEISS SmartLife Portfolio. The answer to a changing lifestyle.

The digital community is growing and connectivity is increasing regardless of age.

> 50 %

More than ½ of the world’s population now carries a portable digital device.4

57 %

of the world’s population is now connected to the internet.5

+1 Million

new internet users per day.

55+ years

People aged 55+ years represent the largest current smartphone penetration growth rates.6

48 %

year-on-year growth of smart watch shipments by Q1 2019.7

We share a connected and on-the-move lifestyle

that influences our visual behaviour.

We live in a fast-paced world, constantly connected to people, information
and things, both on- and offline. We tend to have our eyes glued to digital
devices even when we are on the move. And yet, life is more than just the
screens in front of us. Constantly switching between digital devices and physical surroundings can be challenging for our eyes and may lead to uncomfortable vision or eye strain. This can make even ordinary tasks feel harder, or worse – let life’s details go unnoticed. Good, comfortable vision is crucial to take on every day, confident and aware. We don’t only need clear central vision but also smooth peripheral vision to easily switch between different distances and directions as we navigate through life.

Our visual needs evolve as we grow older.

Anatomical and physiological changes of our eyes can lead to different visual challenges over time. No matter how young or old we are, we have to deal with the visual strain that has become part of our modern lifestyle. In addition, our visual needs also change as we grow older. This can be attributed to two key factors:

  • A decrease in the amplitude of accommodation.
  • A decrease in pupil diameter.

A most complete superior portfolio addressing the visual needs of spectacle lens wearers today.

In response to these relevant consumer insights and the extensive research, ZEISS has translated this into a new and complete lens portfolio to offer a lens solution that will help all spectacle lens wearers to keep up with the times.

  • Easy and simple to sell
  • Gives your customers wide fields of view and all-day visual comfort for a connected and on-the-move lifestyle, no matter what their age or visual challenge
  • Provides ease of viewing and relaxed vision in all distances and directions with proven high-quality vision
  • ZEISS SmartLife Lenses adapt the lens designs to changes in vision, as the wearers age

Proven Customer Satisfaction with ZEISS SmartLife Lenses.

94% experienced ease of viewing in all directions with ZEISS SmartLife Single Vision lenses.9

With ZEISS SmartLife Digital lenses 81% of wearers perceive wide fields of comfortable vision for intermediate and near tasks.10

4 out of 5 wearers experience smooth vision from near to far across all viewing zones with ZEISS SmartLife Progressive Lenses.11

Innovations behind ZEISS SmartView Technology

Incorporated in all ZEISS SmartLife Lenses.

Smart Dynamic Optics

State-of-the-art 3D object-space-models and new design fingerprints adapted to today’s dynamic visual behaviour lead to a smoother transition between all viewing zones.

Age Intelligence

Considers the evolution of vision needs at every stage of the lens wearer’s life.

Clear and Thin Optics

The ZEISS promise of precision, and lens aesthetics with the best balance between optics and thin, light lenses.

Are you a ZEISS partner?

Benefit from “MyZEISS” and get access to

  • Holistic marketing toolboxes, both offline and online
  • Professional online education and training for you and your team
  • Exclusive live chat with the experts

How can we help you?

We would like to assist you in finding what you are looking for.

Get more information Receive free information on your choice of topics

Get more information

Please choose for which product or service you would like to receive information from us.

Unable to load form.
Become a ZEISS partner Join forces with us and benefit from a strong partnership

Become a ZEISS Partner

Become our partner and benefit from a strong partnership.

Unable to load form.
Schedule an appointment Our experts will visit you at your practice

Schedule an appointment with our worldwide sales team

Let us know what day and time you want us to come visit.

Unable to load form.

References
  • 1 88% experienced relaxed vision at all distances. Source: External consumer acceptance test on the ZEISS SmartLife Lens Portfolio, n=48 study participants (percentage of participants who ‘strongly agree’, ‘agree’ or ‘somewhat agree’). Aston Optometry School, Aston University, UK, 2019.
  • 2 63% perceived less eye strain at the end of the day compared to their previous lenses. Source: External consumer acceptance test on the ZEISS SmartLife lens portfolio, n=52 study participants (percentage of participants who ‘strongly agree’, ‘agree’ or ‘somewhat agree’). Aston Optometry School, Aston University, UK, 2019.
  • 3 4 out of 5 experienced smooth vision from near to far across all viewing zones. Source: 80% of consumers have seamless transition across all viewing zones (percentage of participants who ‘strongly agree’, ‘agree’ or ‘somewhat agree’). External consumer acceptance test on the ZEISS SmartLife lens portfolio, n=82 study participants. Aston Optometry School, Aston University, UK, 2019.
  • 4 Bababekova Y., Rosenfield M., Hue J.E., Huang R. R. (2011). Font Size and Viewing Distance of Handheld Smart Phones. Optometry and Vision Science, 88:795–97.
  • 5 Ioannidou F., Hermens F., Hodgson, T.L. (2017). Mind your step: the effects of mobile phone use on gaze behaviour in stair climbing. Journal of Technical and Behavioural Science, 2: 109-120.
  • 6 Dynamic gaze study - Changes in gaze behavior through digital devices. ZEISS Vision Science Lab, Institute for Ophthalmic Research, University of Tuebingen, 2019. Data on file.
  • 7 Gustafsson E., Thomé S., Grimby-Ekman A., Hagberg M. (2017). Texting on mobile phones and musculoskeletal disorders in young adults: A five-year cohort study. Applied Ergonomics, 58:208-214.
  • 8 Deloitte LLP. (2017). State of the smart - Consumer and business usage patterns. Global Mobile Consumer Survey 2017: UK Cut
  • 9 94% experienced ease of viewing in all directions. Source: External consumer acceptance test on the ZEISS SmartLife Lens Portfolio, n=48 study participants (percentage of participants who ‘strongly agree’, ‘agree’ or ‘somewhat agree’). Aston Optometry School, Aston University, UK, 2019.
  • 10 81% perceived wide fields of comfortable vision for intermediate and near tasks. Source: External consumer acceptance test on the ZEISS SmartLife Lens Portfolio, n=52 study participants (percentage of participants who ‘strongly agree’, ‘agree’ or ‘somewhat agree’). Aston Optometry School, Aston University, UK, 2019.