Your eyes are not made for screens. Sync III lenses are

Sync III

Help your patients’ eyes relax in a digital world.

Do your patients mention tired eyes and impaired vision as a result of spending too much time using digital devices?

Offer them the relaxing power of HOYA's enhanced, single vision lenses, designed to help in prevent or relieve digital eye strain. This is an ideal solution for your patients aged between 13 and 45, who spend two or more hours a day focusing on digital screens. The lens can be further enhanced with the Sync IIIi design which incorporates the patient's individual facial and frame perameters.


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Meeting your patients’ needs

Your opportunity to capture a wide, young market, aged 13 to 45, who spend 2+ hours a day looking at screens. 

Research shows that: 

  • Most people look at screens for 8 to 10 hours a day(1).
  • Prolonged screen time can cause digital eye strain, with symptoms such as irritated eyes, blurred vision and headaches, even after only two hours(2).
  • Switching between devices increases eye strain by 22%.
  • 91% of patients didn’t know about digital eye strain.
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Three levels of support

Sync III-5, Sync III-9 and Sync III-13

The three options are designed to address all levels of strain. The power boost specifically targets the way patients use their eyes todays digital world. Constant switching between devices and screens, forces the eyes to work even harder, due to the strain caused by small screens viewed at short distances and extended hours of viewing.

Standard single vision lens


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Offering visual comfort throughout the day

Your tailored advice helps you to stand out in the single vision lens market.


An amazing 94.7% of wearers are satisfied with HOYA accommodative support lenses(3).  


Our Sync III enhanced single vision lenses have the distance power for everyday use and a ‘boost zone’ at the bottom of the lens, optimised for the way patients use their eyes today. The boost zone slightly increases lens power to support and relax the eye muscles so the eyes can focus more easily, relieving eye strain and enhancing visual comfort during up-close activities in a digital world. 

Sync III technologies

Help to prevent and relieve digital eye strain.

Ultra boost

Extra accommodation support for a viewing distance of up to 20cm. Enhanced visual comfort specifically for smart phone use.

Binocular Eye Model

Unprecedented binocular performance in a dynamic, digital world.

Position of wear customisation

takes into account individual wearing parameters for a more accurate correction
leading to enhanced visual acuity.

Freeform lens calculation & surfacing

Optimal visual performance for your patient’s exact prescription.


SYNC III lenses offers you, the Eye Care Professional:

  • Proven satisfaction rate of 94.7% among wearers of HOYA accommodative support lenses3
  • A single vision lens solution to offer for a wide target audience of digital device users

Request more information about our products

At HOYA, we are ready to answer any questions you might have, explore our potential partnership and hear the ideas you want to share with us. Get in touch with us by completing the form linked below.

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1) CaptainCook Research. Digital behaviour and digital eye strain. Hoya, April 2017, the Netherlands and USA

2) Ang C., Dinevski D., Vlasak N., Kok A. Taking the strain. Optician. 05/2017, vol. 253, no. 6600, p. 25-28

3) Gosling T. Helping relieve new visual demands. Optician. 06/2017, vol.253. no.6605, p.23-24