ZEISS EnergizeMe Eyeglass Lenses

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The first eyeglass lenses exclusively developed for contact lens wearers.

It's time to refresh contact lens wearers' eyes! Wearers of contacts simply can't avoid occasionally wearing glasses, so ZEISS studied what they need when it comes to glasses. Did you know that many of them actually like wearing glasses and that they want a refreshing solution after removing their contacts ? 65% of contact lens wearers report they enjoy wearing glasses, especially for reading, watching TV, or using a tablet.1) This means contact lens wearers are more than ready for a better vision solution when it comes to eyeglass lenses. The new 'Generation &' doesn't choose between contacts or glasses – they opt for both.

Contact lens discomfort can increase the irritation your patients feel when they wear their contacts for long hours. Furthermore, the intense use of digital devices influences our modern visual habits, tiring the eyes more quickly. This effect is pronounced in contact lens wearers: shifting focus from near to far and back again and staring intently at a fixed distance while blinking less frequently reduces the eyes' oxygen supply.3) 4)

Using the results of the study conducted with contact lens wearers1), ZEISS has developed an innovative, one-of-a-kind eyeglass lens solution which is specially designed to perfectly address the vision needs of your contact lens patients: ZEISS EnergizeMe Eyeglass Lenses.

This is more than just a standard eyeglass lens: the unique new eyeglass lens technology designed specifically for contact wearers, combined with a high quality coating, helps tired eyes to relax and prevents eye strain caused by digital devices.

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With a unique combination of a new lens design, innovative technology and a high-quality coating, ZEISS EnergizeMe Eyeglass Lenses perfectly address the vision needs of contact lens wearers.

  • Design

    Address all the vision needs of your contact lens patients by offering ZEISS EnergizeMe Eyeglass Lenses. They are a unique combination of:

    • ZEISS EnergizeMe Design – a new lens design for a wide field of view and comfortable vision
    • ZEISS Digital Inside Technology – an innovative technology for sharp, relaxed vision
    • ZEISS DuraVision BlueProtect – a high-quality coating to reduce digital eye strain
  • Benefits
    Benefits for the wearer

    Benefits for the wearer

    • Relaxes tired eyes
    • Reduces digital eye strain
    • Ensures clear and sharp vision

    Wearers are very satisfied with ZEISS EnergizeMe Eyeglass Lenses


    9 out of 10 testers feel refreshed and have reduced digital eye strain with ZEISS EnergizeMe Lenses.2)



    Almost 2 out of 3 testers prefer ZEISS EnergizeMe Lenses over other eyeglass lenses.2)




    8 out of 10 would buy ZEISS EnergizeMe.2)

  • Details

    ZEISS EnergizeMe Design


    ZEISS lens designers created a special design adapted to the specific vision patterns of contact lens wearers, reducing eye strain after taking out their contacts.

    • This special design offers wide, clear viewing zones and more comfortable vision after contact lens wear.

    ZEISS Digital Inside Technology


    This technology has been specially developed to optimize the lens design for reading distances of conventional print media (38 cm) and digital devices (35 cm), helping to avoid further eye strain.

    • Sharp, strain-free vision
    • Easy re-focusing from a digital device to the world around and back again

    ZEISS DuraVision BlueProtect


    This coating helps to reduce perceived digital glare and to prevent further eye strain caused by the blue light emitted by digital screens and artificial lighting. The coating plays an essential role, as it reduces the transmission of high-energy visible light into the eyes, in contrast to standard premium anti-reflective coatings.

    • Reduced glare
    • More relaxed vision with digital devices
  • Product Availability

    ZEISS EnergizeMe Single Vision

    For patients in their 20s and early 30s

    ZEISS EnergizeMe Single Vision Lenses use a small addition of 0.40 D to help tired contact lens wearers’ eyes relax. Together with the innovative ZEISS Digital Inside Technology and ZEISS DuraVision BlueProtect coating, they prevent eye strain while providing comfortable vision after contact lens wear, especially when viewing digital devices.

    ZEISS EnergizeMe Digital

    For patients in their 30s and early 40s

    ZEISS EnergizeMe Digital Lenses are the perfect solution for patients in the age group between single vision and progressive lenses, and whose eyes need more relaxation. EnergizeMe Digital Lenses have an addition of 0.65 D. With the power of Digital Inside Technology and DuraVision BlueProtect, eye strain is prevented, leading to refreshed eyes after wearing contact lenses and when viewing digital devices.

    ZEISS EnergizeMe Progressive

    For patients in their 40s and older

    ZEISS EnergizeMe Progressive Lenses were developed to adapt to the visual behaviour of presbyopic contact lens wearers, who are used to moving their eyes rather than their heads when focusing. Providing a balanced reading zone and a seamless distribution of power across the progressive lens assures a relaxed vision experience. ZEISS Digital Inside Technology and DuraVision BlueProtect offer additional support for viewing digital devices comfortably.

    ZEISS EnergizeMe

    Clear / tinted
    Organic 1.74
    (only clear)
    Organic 1.67  
    Organic 1.6
    Polycarbonate 1.59
    Trivex 1.53
    Organic 1.5
      Recommended & standard fitting height
    ZEISS EnergizeMe Single Vision 16 mm
    ZEISS EnergizeMe Digital 14 mm
    ZEISS EnergizeMe Progressive 14, 16, 18 mm


1) Global ZEISS survey of 2,400 contact lens wearers and 40 eye care professionals in USA, Germany, China and Italy, 2015.

2) Consumer acceptance test. ZEISS EnergizeMe Eyeglass Lenses were successfully tested with 130 contact lens wearers and 14 eye care professionals in Spain during 2016.

3) Srinivasan S and Subbaraman LN; The Science of Contact Lens Discomfort; Review of Optometry, Aug 15 2015 Nichols JJ, Willcox MDP, Bron AJ, et al.The TFOS International Workshop on Contact Lens Discomfort: Executive Summary. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2013; 54:TFOS7–TFOS13. DOI:10.1167/iovs.13-13212

4) Patel, S., et al. "Effect of visual display unit use on blink rate and tear stability." Optometry & Vision Science 68.11 (1991): 888-892. The Vision Council 2016 digital eye strain report: Eyes Overexposed: The Digital Device Dilemma; The Vision Council 2015 digital eye strain report: Hindsight is 20/20/20: Protect your eyes from digital devices.