The Snellen Chart is used to measure visual acuity by determining the level of visual detail that a person can discriminate, that is, the ability of the eye to distinguish between two points. It was developed by the Dutch ophthalmologist Herman Snellen in 1862 and was adopted by medical professionals in many countries who have used it for more than 100 years.



Snellen was the first assistant professor in the Netherlands to devote himself entirely to ophthalmology. In 1877, he became a professor of ophthalmology at the University of Utrecht.

To commemorate this pioneer who made outstanding contributions to ophthalmology, a group of 5 passionate Bachelors of Optometry founded

These optometrists with experience in hospital work, in their private practice and dedicated to the development and research of applied ophthalmic technology.

What brought you together to develop this online store?

The answer is simple! Let more patients enjoy professional services much easier and at lower costs.

The moment our patient presses the CHECKOUT button, our service really begins. We need to evaluate the patient's prescriptions and communicate with the patient. If the patient needs more detailed service plans, we will provide more information.

Unlike general retail products, after the product is delivered, we also pay attention to the patient's use experience, that is, we follow up. Timely feedback is necessary and is also an important part of completing the entire buying activity. Compared to the sales data, we care more about whether you really see clearly and comfortably.

We use our experience to help patients understand the products they need and the corresponding optical vision correction solutions. Therefore we are not an online retailer, we are a solution provider for your vision. And our prices are very affordable.