Camber FreeStyle Lenses

by | Oct 18, 2021 | Spectacle Lenses

Camber FreeStyle is a new family of lenses produced with Camber Technology®, which combines complex curves on both surfaces of the lens to provide excellent vision correction.

Camber Freestyle is a truly premium progressive lens combining complex design technology, the most advanced lens production processes and vital patient information gained as part of a quality dispense. By taking into consideration the eye rotation across the lens, personal parameters and an understanding of the patients’ lifestyle, Camber Freestyle offers a uniquely manufactured lens tailored to each and every wearer. It goes beyond the visual benefits of a best in class hard design progressive, yet with vastly improved wearer benefits compared to an ultra-soft design. Now patients really can have the very best of both worlds.

For the more discerning patients who want to get the best possible results from their progressive lens, without compromise, Camber Freestyle offers the ultimate solution.

Camber FreeStyle benefits:

The Camber FreeStyle lens provides wearers better peripheral vision – wearers get the benefit of superior image stability, while also enjoying maximized visual fields for all distances.

Wearers can take advantage of a stable and wider near visual zone that makes it easier to read for long periods of time or perform close-up activities.

Camber FreeStyle has an extra-large distance visual field delivering more freedom for lateral movements of the eyes. Wearers will get superior comfort and high definition vision, especially when performing distance visual activities like enjoying landscapes or watching movies.

Camber FreeStyle has an extra-soft lens design specifically developed to reduce lateral aberration, providing a more realistic view of the environment. The lateral distortion of the lens has been minimized, making this lens the softest of all the Camber Lens Series with a very smooth transition between distance and near vision.

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