Unmatched Tradition — Unequalled Performance

For over 160 years, ZEISS has been the world leader in precision optics. From microsurgery to scientific research, Hollywood filmmaking and the U.S. space program, professionals who require the best in clarity, precision and quality choose ZEISS.

Seeing is Living

Nothing is more important than the quality of your vision. You trust your eye care professional to provide the best in vision care. And your eye care professional trusts eyeglass lenses from ZEISS to provide you with the clear, precise vision you expect.

ZEISS pioneered many of the innovations that define modern eyeglasses. And today we continue to evolve the science of optics for one simple reason: to create a higher level of clarity in eyewear that is completely tailored to your needs and your life.

Your eyeglass lens needs depend on many factors, including your basic vision condition, age and lifestyle. ZEISS offers the designs, materials and lens treatments that allow your eye care professional to provide the precise eyewear solution for you.

Progressive lenses are the best choice for presbyopia, a normal vision condition that affects most people beginning in their 40s. ZEISS offers advanced progressive designs that integrate distance, mid-range and reading vision in one continuous, natural view.

Single Vision lenses from ZEISS feature advanced designs that offer flatter lens profiles and edge-to-edge clarity.

Occupational lenses from ZEISS offer optimum vision for viewing your desk, computer screen and work area, making them the ideal second pair for office professionals.

ZEISS anti-reflective lenses virtually eliminate lens reflections, so you get the clearest, most precise vision from your eyeglasses. You can get ZEISS anti-reflective lenses for any prescription.

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Google Earth uses ZEISS precision camera lenses to obtain spectacular images of the earth.

ZEISS microscopes help Nobel prize winners make red blood cells visible.

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ZEISS camera lenses play an important role for directors and camera crews who shoot films like “Lord of the Rings”.