Ergonomically designed for digital device usage, new Varilux® Digitime® caters for specific near and intermediate activities, such as sewing, reading, cooking, or precision tasks. They offer an optimum solution for progressive lens wearers who are using digital devices, and carrying out specific tasks at near / intermediate distances.
*Does not correct for distance vision tasks such as driving.
MULTI-SCREEN LIFE CHANGES YOUR VISUAL NEEDS AND YOUR POSTURE - CREATING NEW CHALLENGES TO COMFORTABLE VIEWING
At work and play, we spend more time in front of our digital screens. Screen reading and precision tasks induce a lot of stress on your eyes which can cause:
- Tired eyes
- Need to make extra efforts to read small pixelated characters
- Neck and shoulder pain
Studies of postural behavior in front of screens show that new and very variable distances of screen usage are now primary causes of new visual discomforts.
DISCOVER THE LATEST GENERATION OF VARILUX® DESIGNED FOR YOUR DIGITAL ACTIVITIES
Varilux® Digitime® is a new generation of lenses, for people who want clear vision and comfortable postures for their work and leisure activities.
TWO NEW VARILUX® INNOVATIONS FROM ESSILOR
- The new ultra near vision
- Screen distance personalisation
In order to meet the needs of each presbyope when using digital devices and carrying out specific tasks, Essilor innovates and introduces Varilux® Digitime® featuring two exclusive innovations, the new ultra near vision zone and screen distance personalisation for:
- Relaxed eyes while reading small characters on your smartphone
- Natural posture in front of your computer
- Large and comfortable fields of vision which provides natural full coverage of the screen
Even if Varilux® Digitime® lenses are ergonomically designed for digital device usage, they are also well suited for other near and intermediate activities such as sewing, reading, cooking, and precision tasks. They cannot be used for activities requiring clear far vision, such as driving.
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