Freeform Progressive Lenses

Benefits of FreeForm Progressive Lenses
Wider field of vision due to back surface design

  • .maximized visual acuity at all distances
  • .wider intermediate and near zones
  • .reduce glare and halo effects caused by light sources at night, such as car headlights

I BASE Progressive

  • Distance vision with narrorw near-and-mid range viewing areas.
  • An economically priced entry level FreeForm progressive for wearer who wants technology but at the budget price.
  • Visually comfortable than a traditionally molded progressive lenses

Recommended for:


Working Outdoor

I PRECISION Progressive

  • Wider vision for distance and near range viewing areas.
  • Specially designed to adapt to easy viewing in a short frame
  • An advanced designed FreeForm back-side progressive providing high resolution vision.
  • Minimizes adaptation problems caused by base curve changes..

Recommended for:

Watching TV

Wearers who want the best vision in smaller frames

I ALPHA-S Progressive

  • A personalized FreeForm Progressive perfectly balanced of far, intermediate and near vision.
  • An advanced designed freeform back-side progressive for the smoothest adaptions.
  • Minimizes adaptation problems caused by base curve changes.

Recommended for:

New Wearer of Progressive Lenses

Office Work

FAQ for Progressive Lenses

How do progressive lenses differ from bifocals?

Progressive lenses feature a continuous, clear field of vision from distance, through the intermediate ranges, to near without the use of annoying bifocal lines. Bifocal lenses use very old technology. Abrupt and awkward changes between distance and near prescriptions are separated by annoying lines that can be frustrating to wear.

I cannot focus on objects when reading?

Vision changes occur naturally as you age. When you reach your 40’s, focusing at close range becomes difficult. This is a natural part of the aging process caused by a gradual hardening of the eye’s crystalline lens, reducing its ability to change shape and focus. This condition is called Presbyopia.

Who need progressive lenses?

Anyone who has presbyopia, including current bifocal and trifocal wearers.

Is it difficult to adapt to progressive lenses?

Most people will learn to use their progressive lenses right away. Others may take a bit longer to become completely comfortable. Your eye care professional should be made aware of any extended adaptation period. A "fine-tuning" frame adjustment may be all that is necessary to assist in this initial period.