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Hoya New Occupational Lenses

Hoya Vision Care has launched a next generation portfolio of occupational lenses for Australia and New Zealand, which provide enhanced visual fields and comfort for spectacle wearers. Meeting the demands of today’s marketplace, where people spend increasingly more time indoors and on digital devices both at home and work, the suite of lenses includes Hoyalux iD WorkStyle 3, Hoyalux WorkStyle Business, Hoyalux WorkSmart Room and the SuperReader.

Each lens has unique attributes and is designed to make it easier for wearers to work with near and intermediate vision areas.

Hoya says this new suite of lenses provides eye care professionals with a wide array of options so they may easily find the right vision solution to fit each wearer’s needs, as there is no one-sizefits- all solution. The new occupational lenses will replace Hoya’s previous indoor designs.

Key attributes of each lens are as follows:


Hoya has designed this premium lens for the clearest, most comfortable, and natural vision when switching between different digital devices at near to far intermediate distances up to 1m, 2m, or 6m. It is available in three individual designs (Close, Screen, Space) that can be used based on visual preferences and is equipped with premium Binocular Harmonization Technology verified with Hoya’s Binocular Eye Model and AdaptEase technology for wider fields of vision.


Hoya says this is a good mid-tier solution for progressive lens wearers who would like wide vision areas when working on near and intermediate vision distances, up to 2m or 4m. It includes View Xpansion technology which maximises the visual fields to the periphery of the lenses and reduces swim and sway.


This entry-level occupational lens has a distance range up to 4m, enabling the wearer to switch effortlessly between their computer screen and keyboard, while having a perfect overview of their desk all day long. It offers swim and sway reduction and a stable image perception in a dynamic environment.


The SuperReader is designed for heavy readers. This lens offers support at near distances and has a much better depth than ordinary reading lenses. It includes Quic focus technology, providing natural head posture for less head rotation for near work.


“Developed for easy adaptation, Hoya’s new updated line of occupational lenses are designed to meet the growing demand from our eye care professionals as people spend more time indoors,” said Craig Chick, CEO, Hoya Vision Care Australia and New Zealand. “The lenses help to improve the wearer’s vision comfort and ergonomic posture, allowing them to work or focus on near and intermediate vision areas in a more relaxed and comfortable way, which is beneficial over time.”

Ulli Hentschel, National Training and Development Manager, Hoya Vision Care ANZ, added, “The launch of Hoya’s new suite of occupational lenses is a reflection of Hoya Vision Care’s mission to support and champion eye care professionals and provide innovative, evolving products for their patients.”