SEIKO progressive lenses

SEIKO progressive lenses
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SEIKO progressive lenses

The premium technology for presbyopia

SEIKO has carved a special niche for itself for manufacturing the lightest and the thinnest high-tech progressive lenses. SEIKO progressive lenses are robust and attractive, even with high prescriptions. SEIKO manufactures different types of progressive lenses that stand out in terms of technology, quality and attributes.

SEIKO has a variety of patented designs suitable for every lifestyle that are individually crafted to the patients exact prescription. They aim to produce eyewear that performs the best for every individual through industry-leading technology, design and quality.

Seiko Progressive Lenses

The first signs that a person needs progressive lenses usually start appearing around the age of 40. Presbyopia is a condition when people experience blurred near vision while reading or working at the computer.

SEIKO progressive lenses help the eyes regain balance with individual vision – optimum near and far vision. Here are some of the features of SEIKO progressive lenses:

  • Harmonious vision without sway
  • Smooth intermediate zones between near and far
  • Excellent looks owing to the thin and lightweight lenses

Main features of SEIKO progressive lenses

All SEIKO progressive lenses have these 5 core technologies:

  • (1) Inner surface free-form
  • (2) Multi-division aspherical design
  • (3) Progressive prism variation
  • (4) Linear progression of power
  • (5) Vertical prism control
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(1) Inner surface free-form

Optimised curves are applied to the inner surface, reducing the lens profile. Inner surface free-form technology provides wider field of view.

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(2) Multi-division aspherical design

Multi-division aspherical (MDA) design is based on a SEIKO patent. MDA divides the lens in thousands of sections. It designs each section as a separate lens, then it optimises each section. MDA gives wider field of view and a much sharper image as the eye moves through the lens.

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(3) Progressive prism variation

Progressive prism variation (PPV) is a technology owned by SEIKO. PPV makes it more natural to move the eyes up and down, as the wearer looks at different distances. PPV reduces the side blur from unwanted astigmatic distortion, giving again a wider field of view at all distances.

Seiko Progressive Lenses

(4) Linear progression of power

Ordinary progressive lenses use non-linear progression, resulting in image jump and discomfort. SEIKO progressive lenses use linear progression, with stabilised and large reading area.

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(5) Vertical prism control

Vertical prism creates distortion in progressive lenses and it creates problems with adaptation. SEIKO vertical prism control reduces the actual change in prism value, and increases comfort.

SEIKO offers 6 models progressive lenses:

  • SEIKO Superior
  • SEIKO Emblem
  • SEIKO Synergy X
  • SEIKO Synergy
  • SEIKO Pursuit NV
  • SEIKO VDS

SEIKO Superior

The very best!
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Ultra-personalized

The most advanced technology

SEIKO Superior are among the best progressive lenses on the market. 100% internal free-form technology, precisely customised vision, 3 designs, 11 lengths for intermediate vision, variable inset, pantoscopic tilt correction, advanced aspherical compensation. They are the best choice for all wearers, for all powers, and for very high prescriptions.

SEIKO Emblem

High performance
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Extra wide view

Great lenses for any prescription

SEIKO Emblem are made using advanced technology, with clearer long-distance vision and smooth movement across all distances. They are recommended for people seeking high grade progressive lenses.

Synergy X

Upgrade from Synergy
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Upgraded progressive lenses

Wider and clearer

SEIKO Synergy X give 18% wider far vision and 16% wider near vision as compared to the bestseller SEIKO Synergy. They are recommended to people used to wear progressive lenses that are looking for an upgrade.

Synergy

A bestseller
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For minimal distortion

Balance of near, intermediate and far

SEIKO Synergy are bestseller progressive lenses, recommended for people that are seeking higher value lenses and those that are seeking an especially wide and clear distance field of vision.

Pursuit NV

A standard
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For extensive use at near

A standard for Natural Vision

SEIKO Pursuit NV are recommended for those who wish to see extensively in the near and far distance. With advanced aspherical design and non-linear power change, they provide 50% wider field of view, and 70% improvement of distance vision for people with high astigmatism.

SEIKO VDS

Value progressive
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For first timers

Easy to use

SEIKO VDS  are for all customers over the age of 40, even those who will use progressive lenses for the first time. They are easy to become used to, and easy to use. They greatly widen the far distance field of vision.

Back surface aspheric design reduces distortions and gives wider far vision.

Compare the 6 SEIKO progressive lenses

SEIKO Superior

SEIKO Superior includes all 5 core technologies, plus:

  • 3 design options: outdoor, indoor, everyday
  • 11 corridor lengths for customised intermediate
  • Variable monocular inset
  • Pantoscopic tilt optimisation
Materials available:
  • 1.60 (high-index)
  • 1.67 (ultra high-index)
  • 1.74 (top high-index)

SEIKO Emblem

SEIKO Emblem includes all 5 core technologies, plus:

  • Clear & Smooth (C&S) design, for clearer distance vision
  • 45% wider distance vision compared to previous designs
  • Advanced aspherical design
Materials available:
  • 1.60 (high-index)
  • 1.67 (ultra high-index)
  • 1.74 (top high-index)

SEIKO Synergy X

SEIKO Synergy X includes all 5 core technologies, plus:

  • Uniform front curve
  • Back-surface progressive + Back-surface aspherical design
  • Upgrade from SEIKO Synergy with 18% wider distance vision and 16% wider near vision
Materials available:
  • 1.60 (high-index)
  • 1.67 (ultra high-index)
  • 1.74 (top high-index)

SEIKO Synergy

SEIKO Synergy includes all 5 core technologies, plus:

  • Uniform front curve
  • Back-surface progressive + Back-surface aspherical design
Materials available:
  • 1.60 (high-index)
  • 1.67 (ultra high-index)
  • 1.74 (top high-index)

SEIKO Pursuit NV

SEIKO Pursuit NV includes all 5 core technologies, plus:

  • 3D computer simulation for better design optimisation
  • Non-linear progressive power change, for wider distance
Materials available:
  • 1.50 (standard index)
  • 1.60 (high-index)
  • 1.67 (ultra high-index)
  • 1.74 (top high-index)

SEIKO VDS

SEIKO VDS includes all 5 core technologies:

  • Inner surface free-form technology
  • Multi-division aspherical design
  • Progressive prism variation
  • Linear progression of power
  • Vertical prism control
Materials available:
  • 1.50 (standard index)
  • 1.60 (high-index)
  • 1.67 (ultra high-index)
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