Ask about specialty lenses for your new eyeglasses.
Designer frames may help you look good, but the lenses are what allow you to see well. There are many options to make your lenses lighter weight, non-glare, bifocals without any lines, computer-use designs, transitions that offer sun protection when activated, and different material options that have crisper, clearer optics to give you not only the most optimal vision, but also the most cosmetically-pleasing eyewear available anywhere!
Single Vision: Hoya’s single vision lens designs have been perfected with various recent innovations. Prescriptions are individually calculated and produced with our point-by-point freeform technologies. As every pixel on the lens surface has its own calculation value, each prescription can be uniquely cut into the lens. The result is pixel-perfect precision and outstanding visual performance.
Hoya’s Aspheric Single Vision lenses are manufactured using our point-to-point freeform technology. This means that each prescription is individually calculated and produced, improving visual acuity and performance.
The flatter curves used when making this lens design result in a thinner and flatter lens, improving aesthetic appeal.
Are you having increasing difficulty focusing at close range? Do you experience momentarily blurred vision when transitioning between viewing distances?
Then you may have presbyopia, a common change in eyesight that typically affects people over the age of 40, and progressive lenses could be the solution for you. Progressive lenses have a gradual curvature across the lens surface and provide not only clearer vision at near and far distances, but also smooth, comfortable progression in between.
Dual Surface Progressives: Do you want to avoid the unpleasant swim and sway associated with off-the-shelf progressives (also called varifocals)? Our Dual Surface Progressive lenses provide clear, relaxed vision for all distances as well as a natural progression between near, intermediate and far. What’s more, this lens considers the way you wear your frame, ensuring you have the right correction exactly where you need it.
Premium Freeform Progressive: Unlike traditional, conventional progressive lenses, the Premium Freeform Progressive lenses use the back surface freeform technology which places the progressive surface on the back of the lenses, providing you with a wider field of vision.
The Hoya Premium Freeform Progressive lenses allows you to see clearer at near distances with lesser eye movement compared to other back surface designs. It is suitable for a modern lifestyle, where you’re always on the move in a fast-paced environment.
Sensity Photchromic Lenses
Hoya introduced its first Sensity lenses back in 2014 with the goal to provide wearers with the comfort they need in all different light situations. Thanks to Stabilight Technology, this breakthrough product is still the foundation of the Sensity family.
Make sure your customers experience the highest user convenience as well as the best protection. Stabilight Technology ensures a solid performance in different climates, different seasons and different circumstances. Not only do the lenses darken to an attractive category 3 sun lens tint faster than before: they also quickly fade back to full clarity as soon as the ambient light intensity diminishes. During these rapid transitions, total UV protection remains in place. And the wearer does not have the struggle of changing between different eyewear.
Color outside the lines and at the same time, the light reactive lenses don’t compromise on contrast or color perception. Your customers get to choose from three deep, natural tints that were developed by color specialists to harmonise with sun lens trends, thereby guaranteeing them a contemporary look. There is a neutral grey tone called ‘Silver Grey’, a more flamboyant ‘Bronze Brown’ and a lively and slightly intense ‘Emerald Green’.