Do you have pain in your neck, shoulders, and arms? Do you also suffer from eye strain?

Users are no longer obliged to lift their heads when using the computer, or bend their necks to peer over the top of reading glasses. With our progressive lens design, every wearer of the first new advanced Shamir occupational lenses can hold their head and neck in a naturally comfortable position while enjoying perfect focus.

Office Active Lenses


It is the best solution when it comes to both mid-distance and near vision focus.
It is a complementary lens to general-purpose progressive designed for comfortable vision in a near and intermediate environment such as (office, room, working on a computer and digital gadgets or reading).

Office Lenses: Natural posture


OFFICEACTIVE 10F is the best solution when your priority focus is both mid-distance and near vision. Its design offers a greater depth of field up to 10ft and allows comfortable eye movement. It also sharpens vision and provides clarity whether the required focus is on the desk or anything else across the workplace.

The lenses are optimized to allow presbyopes to use their computers or look across the room with the most natural posture. This is the best occupational solution for those tasks performed within 10ft.

You will no longer suffer from neck problems at the end of your workday.

Office Active Lenses 10F


OFFICEACTIVE 5F is an ideal solution for people working on a computer all day long, especially for those working with multiple monitors.

It also serves other occupations as well, since it provides a clear vision for any task performed within 5ft such as:

  • Accounting
  • Precise technical jobs
  • Graphic Designer & other computer work.
Office Active Lenses 5F


  • Comfortable vision when using a computer or reading.
  • Better daily performance of activities with much more freedom, especially when the prescribed add power is medium or high.
  • No eye fatigue or postural pain in the neck, shoulders, and arms.
  • Fast switch from Near to Intermediate vision, especially when working at the office.

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