Precision lenses from ZEISS provide exceptionally sharp vision. But the harsh glare from digital devices, night driving or environmental obstacles such as a dusty room could compromise vision — and potentially damage lenses.
ZEISS invented anti-reflective technology over 80 years ago, and has continued to developed unique technologies to help ensure that your patients see their best and their lenses are protected — no matter what life throws at them.
Talk with your patients and let them know that ZEISS lens coatings are available to protect their eyes and their lenses.
|PureCoat||DuraVision Platinum||DuraVision BlueProtect|
|Superior hardness||Special protection against blue-violet light|
and better looks
and better looks
|Clear vision & superior hardness|
|Easy Care*||Easy Care*||Easy Care*|
* Easy Care function: easy-to-clean, anti-static and scratch-resistant properties
DuraVision Platinum by ZEISS is characterized by outstanding anti-reflective properties. It gives wearers clearer vision due to the superior clarity of these lenses and offers them a better cosmetic appearance.
Most coated lenses in the market currently come with a green residual reflection. DuraVision Platinum has a light bluish residual reflection for:*
Higher luminous transmittance for even clearer vision.**
Cuts distracting reflections on the back surface by 20% for more comfortable, clearer vision.**
Reduces reflections on the front surface by 20% for a better appearance.**
* Depending on the lens material, measured on 1.5 (CR39) lenses with DuraVision® Platinum (internal testing)
** Comparison with standard green AR coated ZEISS lenses
True clarity requires more than just conventional Anti-Reflective (AR) lenses – it requires the toughness to meet the challenges of daily life. ZEISS DuraVision Platinum lenses are designed to be tough, dirt-resistant lenses that are easy to clean and provide uncompromised clarity.
Concerned about blue light? ZEISS DuraVision BlueProtect is an AR coating that offers protection from the harmful blue light that emits from LED lights, digital devices, TV screens, and computers.