Hoya Free Form Lenses

Hoya Free Form Lens Technology


Introducing Hoya Lenses from Luzerne Optical Laboratories LTD:

- the one and only progressive lens with Integrated Double-Surface Design. HOYA's patented new HOYALUX iD corrects visual distortions -before the eyes have to!


Hoya HOYALUX iD LifeStyle
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Once again, HOYA leads the industry with HOYALUX iD — a progressive lens so revolutionary it does what no other progressive lens has ever done before. It virtually eliminates the "swimming" and "swaying" sensations so common with ordinary progressive lenses. For the first time ever, wearers experience wide, disturbance-free vision at all distances.





Horizontal power changes are positioned on the back surface.

  • Wider visual field at all distances, regardless of prescription
  • No swimming effect - especially while moving
  • Less image deformation to peripheral vision

Vertical power changes are positioned on the front surface.

  • Short and effective eye rotation
  • Fastest compensation for accommodation shortage

Rapid interaction between far & near.

Front and back surfaces are then balanced and integrated.

  • More stable image perception in all distances and directions
  • Even distribution of progressive performance
  • Reduced number of head movements


Hoya Nulux Clear Vision Edge to Edge

Clear vi
sion from edge to edge. Now there's Nulux ep — breakthrough, single-vision technology that takes into account how wearers actually see. The result? Clear vision in all directions, especially along oblique axes.

Hoya Lenses are customized through advanced 3D evaluation techniques.
In addition to creating a revolutionary new lens design, HOYA has introduced remarkable new design evaluation technologies.

Skew Deformation Index Mapping quantifies, via computer simulation, the precise extent of visual distortion suffered by wearers of progressive lenses. Another new computer simulation technology called 'Balanced View Control', actually calculates the degree of visual distortion through the progressive lens at various angles.

Through these remarkable 3D evaluation technologies HOYA is able to quantify the experience of progressive wearers during various activities, such as walking down steps and looking in oblique directions. This information allows us to provide wearers with an instantly recognizable feeling of natural vision.


HOYALUX iD Product Specifications



+8.00D to -13.00D, with up to a -4.00 cylinder
The add power ranges from +0.75 to +3.50D



EYNOA 1.67
EYRY 1.70


All HOYALUX iD lenses come with a Super HiVision antireflective coating.



HOYALUX iD LifeStyle Product Specifications


Product Specifications Minimum Fitting Height

HOYALUX iD LifeStyle 18 mm

HOYALUX ID LifeStyle cd 14 mm

Corridor Length

14 mm

11 mm

Minimum "B" Measurement

28 mm

24 mm

Material Availability

- 1.50 CR-39 (Clear and Transitions)

  • Polycarbonate
  • Phoenix (Clear and Transitions)
  • Eynoa 1.67 (Clear and Transitions)

- 1.50 CR-39 (Clear and Transitions)

  • Polycarbonate
  • Phoenix (Clear and Transitions) - Eynoa 1.67 (Clear and Transitions)

AR Coating Availability

- Super HiVision
- HiVision with ViewProtect

-Super HiVision
- HiVision with ViewProtect


A broad range of HOYA lens materials Satisfying more patients and lifestyles

HOYA Phoenix: Safe, tough, light and clear, Phoenix offers the perfect combination of benefits for almost any patient with any lifestyle

HILUX 1.50: Standard plastic lenses for moderate prescription

EYNOA 1.67: Thin and lightweight lens material with unsurpassed strength and durability

Poly carbonate: Impact resistant and light



'Prism Range; 5.00 D per eye

EYNOA 1.67: -15.00 to +10.00 sphere, up to -4.00 cylinder*

EYRY 1.70: -15.00 to +10.00 sphere, up to -4.00 cylinder*

HOYA SUPER HiVision: All Nulux ep lenses automatically include HOYA SUPER HiVision Anti-Reflection.


Fitting Guidelines:

  1. Adjust frame for appropriate vertex distance and pantoscopic angle
  2. Take a monocular distance P.O. measurement using a pupillometer
  3. Measure the Optical Centre (OC) height from pupil centre to the deepest part of the frame (as if measuring a progressive addition lens)

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