In today’s technological society we spend a considerable amount of time in front of our digital devices.
Using a computer for a prolonged period of time can lead to:
- Blurred vision
- Dry eyes
- Neck pain
There are times when a specific pair of work glasses may be appropriate such as occupational lenses, anti-fatigue and E-life lenses with Nikon’s See Coat Blue anti-reflective coating.
Occupational lenses are a specific office based multifocal lens design usually prescribed to those over 40 years of age. These lenses give you clear vision up close to about one meter away. Occupational lenses are a great option for professionals such as lawyers and accountants to help reduce eye strain and also provide clear vision over a large area.
Anti-fatigue lenses are suitable for those younger than 40 who spends the majority of their day in front of a computer. These lenses provide less visual fatigue for computing, reading and precision tasks
The Digitime lens is the latest in lens technology specifically designed for those who constantly use their digital devices which gives a wider viewing area than traditional progressive multifocal lenses.
Crizal Sapphire is an anti-reflective coating which complement your lenses. This coating enhances the contrast on the screen and protects your eyes from glare and flicker by reducing the harmful blue light.
Police Level One and Two Assessments
Colour Vision Testing
With a total of nine different colour vision tests we are able to do a full colour vision assessment for your occupation.
Different occupations require different colour vision standards. We have experience assessing colour vision for the NZ Defence Force, NZ Police, Maritime NZ, agricultural employees, engineers and more.
Our range of colour vision tests include: Ishihara, D15, City University, Holmes Wright B lantern, Giles-Archer, Farnsworth- Munsell 100 and more.