ZEISS Office lenses

Made to reduce your eyes’ workload.

  • Tidy workspace showing an open laptop on the right side with a mouse. In front of it lies a pair of glasses. On the left side of the picture is a box with pens.
  • Do you spend most of your time at your computer?
  • Are you wearing glasses, but still feel eye strain?
  • Do you have regular headaches or neck and shoulder pain?
Let’s relieve the tension. If you want to help your eyes relax and improve your posture despite hours of on-screen work, try ZEISS Office lenses. They’re made especially for your workplace and comfortable vision on the job.

Computer glasses, laptop glasses, office glasses, business glasses – they go by many different names. We call them ZEISS Office lenses, but they’re perfect for any situation that requires you to focus at fixed distances for long periods of time. Take a tour of the office to see some examples.

Engineered for what you look at most.

Laptop with an office layout drawing on the screen, showing where different co-workers are located. Each area has a small round image of different people, all wearing ZEISS Office glasses.
THE BOSS Barbara
View from the desk of an executive office. A monitor is mounted on a wall a few meters away. There’s a small meeting table with office chairs and laptops on the table.

Juggling emails and customer meetings face-to-face and online, Barbara opted for custom business glasses by ZEISS. They are specially made for the distance from her desk to the screen mounted on the wall of her corner office – 3.2 m to be precise.

THE RECEPTIONIST Rachel
Receptionists’ view of the office entrance. Her ZEISS Office lenses help her see clearly on her computer up to the entrance door.

Rachel does admin work but also needs to keep an eye on the door. Her workplace glasses by ZEISS are optimized for reading distances up to 4 m – so she can welcome guests as they arrive for their appointments.

THE DETAILS MAN Dan
Middle aged man with short black hair wearing ZEISS Office glasses to help him focus on the details of an intricate architectural model.

Dan builds intricate architectural models. His ZEISS Office glasses are optimized for clear vision up to 100 cm to help him focus on the details of his masterpieces close up.   

THE ACCOUNTANT Axel
Typical office scene in which a person is busy with reviewing spreadsheets and documents. Only the arms of the person are visible, holding a stack of spreadsheets in his hands. In the background on the desk is a laptop. At the top left of the image is a pop up which shows a male person. The person has gray hair and beard, wears ZEISS Office lenses and has a neutral facial expression.

Alone in an office reviewing spreadsheets and documents all day, Axel’s Office lenses by ZEISS are designed for clear vision for reading distances up to 100 cm (unlike traditional reading glasses designed for 40–50 cm).   

THE GRAPHICS GUYS Greg and Grace
A young female sits opposite a middle-aged male graphic designer wearing ZEISS computer glasses. Both are focussing on their PC screens.

Greg’s computer glasses by ZEISS provide clear vision for reading distances up to 200 cm. They’re optimized for a clear view of his multiple computer screens. But he can still see Grace, his favorite colleague, at the desk opposite him.   

Why do you need special glasses for the office?

If you already wear single vision or progressive glasses, they certainly help you see better. They are probably the perfect choice when you’re out and about. But they may not be ideal for the many hours you spend at work each day.
Think about it: You would probably wear different shoes to go running than you would to a cocktail party. Some shoes are just better for certain activities. In the same way, some types of lenses are optimized for specific situations and environments – like driving glasses. Or glasses especially for your workplace.

Your regular glasses just don’t work for work.

  • Reading glasses

    Reading glasses let you see objects clearly if they’re up close. But you may need to lean forward to read what’s on your screen. This could cause eye, neck and back strain.

  • Progressive lenses

    Progressive lenses have a limited field of view for intermediate distances. You may need to lift your head to compensate – putting pressure on your neck and shoulders.

  • A middle-aged woman with long blonde hair wearing distance glasses is experiencing eyestrain because her lenses are not made for staring at a screen all day.

    Distance glasses

    Distance glasses aren’t ideal if you’re focusing on objects that are relatively close by. They make your eyes work harder to adjust, which could cause eye strain and irritation.

ZEISS Office lenses.

Personalized down to the last cm.

The ZEISS Office lens design is adapted to your work environment and the distance – or distances – where you spend the most time looking.
For sharp vision and relaxed eyes, ZEISS Digital Inside technology enables fewer head and eye movements while using your digital devices. With ZEISS M.I.D. technology, your personal near to intermediate distance requirements can be considered. This enables your Eye Care Professional to craft truly personalized lenses that are customized down to the last detail of your unique environment and workplace habits.

See for yourself.

ZEISS Office lenses can make your everyday work that much easier on your eyes, neck and back. Take a look at what a difference a lens can make.

The view of a desktop computer, keyboard, mouse and book through a schematic illustration of reading glasses shows that only very close objects are clearly visible. The computer screen is blurred.
The view of a desktop computer, keyboard, mouse and book through a schematic illustration of reading glasses shows that only very close objects are clearly visible. The computer screen is blurred.
The view of a desktop computer, keyboard, mouse and book through a schematic illustration of progressive glasses shows that the near and intermediate vision zones are too small for a clear view of the screen.
The view of a desktop computer, keyboard, mouse and book through a schematic illustration of progressive glasses shows that the near and intermediate vision zones are too small for a clear view of the screen.
The view of a desktop computer, keyboard, mouse and book through a schematic illustration of ZEISS Office glasses shows that everything is in clear focus thanks to optimized near and intermediate viewing zones.
The view of a desktop computer, keyboard, mouse and book through a schematic illustration of ZEISS Office glasses shows that everything is in clear focus thanks to optimized near and intermediate viewing zones.

The results.

  • relaxed

    Clear, relaxed vision with office glasses for near and intermediate tasks.

  • natural

    More natural head and neck posture for complete comfort all day long.

  • focused

    Focus on your job – we’ll take care of your eyes.

Let’s recap.

Make your lenses work for you.

ZEISS Office lens optics are engineered for your workplace, but you might want to add some ingredients to make them perform even better. Let’s make sure you’ve got everything covered.   

Your eyes

If your eyes are feeling strained at work despite wearing glasses, your eye care professional might recommend ZEISS Office lenses as a second pair especially made to reduce your eyes’ workload.

Your lifestyle

The name says it all: ZEISS Office lenses are ideal for use at work and a great choice if you stare at a computer most of the day. But how about life outside the office? We have tailor-made options for that as well.   

Your face & frame

With ZEISS FaceFit technology, your Eye Care Professional can fine tune the vision zones on your ZEISS Office lenses to your own unique anatomy – for glasses made just for YOU.

Eye protection

Add ZEISS BlueGuard to help your eyes even more throughout your screen-filled days. You’ll get blue light blocking glasses without the annoying purple reflections.

Thickness & weight

We want you to look and feel great at work. ZEISS Office lenses are available in a wide range of indices – for the thinnest, lightest lenses possible.   

Durability & care

Which lens coating will you get? Up the performance of your ZEISS Office glasses with a DuraVision product of your choice.   

Any questions?

  • Our versatile ZEISS Office lenses are an ideal second pair just for work. Your Eye Care Professional can optimize them to the distance(s) you spend the most time looking – primarily your computer screen, but also any other areas where you need to focus for sustained periods of time. You simply wear them while you’re at work and switch to your regular pair when it’s time to go home.

  • Your regular reading, distance or progressive glasses might not be the ideal computer glasses. That’s because, at work, we often focus on fixed distances all day long. The best workplace glasses should feature optics tailored to your workplace and should help reduce exposure to blue light from digital devices. ZEISS Office lenses are designed to support your eyes at your preferred working distance(s), helping you maintain comfortable vision and a healthy head, neck and back posture. Add our ZEISS BlueGuard lens material to give your eyes the protection they need against blue light omitted by your screens.

  • Computer glasses are designed to reduce the strain on your eyes, neck, back and shoulders associated with long periods of time spent looking at a computer screen. The answer to this question depends on your current prescription and the amount of time you spend in front of your PC. Ultimately, the decision to get a different prescription for computer glasses should be based on your individual needs and the expert opinion of your Eye Care Professional. If you find yourself suffering from eye strain or headaches after long periods of computer use, then it may be worth considering getting a new prescription specifically tailored to computer use.