About Hoya WorkStyle
Do you ever experience any of these symptoms such as visual discomfort, headache or blurry vision when using digital devices?
According to a report done by The Vision Council in 2017 regarding Blue Light Exposure and Digital Eye Strain, more than 85 % of Presbyopes have experienced these symptoms when working on their digital devices for a period of time. By its name, WorkStyle will help individuals or wearer to alleviate their visual. discomfort.
Visual Needs of different occupations vary depending on the working distance. Most people in this tech world spend more time on screens such as laptops or computers in which require focusing on near and intermediate work. Hoya WorkStyle is specially designed for such activities which provide a wide relaxed and clear visual field.
Personalised indoor lens catered for different visual needs with wider near and intermediate visual fields compared to progressive lenses. An exclusive designed indoor lens which is tailored to individuals working condition. This specific design, which is available in 4 variations –ID, Room, Desk and Reader offer optimal depth and width perception for both near and intermediate zones. Each design is designed specifically for a different working distance depending on the wearer requirement.
Hoya WorkStyle ID
This is a customised indoor lens suitable for different visual needs with wider near and intermediate visual fields compared to a progressive lens. This design is an indoor lens that can help the wearer to see up to 4 metres distance.
Indoor lens catered for different visual needs with wider near and intermediate visual fields offers sharp vision at distance up to 4 meters.
Suitable for an individual that requires smooth, sharp depth and width vision for a crystal clear vision at the screen and distances up to 1.2 metres and a clear near work vision.
With this design, individual will benefit from the widest possible near area. This lens is suitable for those who do a lot of reading or near work as it covered up to one arm’s length distance.