With a reputation for innovative, personalised products and services, SwissLens will ensure that high standards of product quality and customer service are maintained. SwissLens has been supplying Coopervision for approximately twenty years with contact lenses commercialised under the Lunelle® brand.e
Orders for Lunelle® products up until 31st October 2020 will be processed and fulfilled by CooperVision. Any product returns will be managed in the usual way as per our policy and in accordance with our standard terms of business (or, if applicable, the terms of the supply agreement between you and CooperVision).
If you are in one of our distribution partners’ countries, please contact them directly for further information.
Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Lichtenstein, France, Belgium, Luxemburg, Italy, Poland, Ukraine, Spain, Portugal, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia,…
Scandinavia: Vision Care APS
Netherland: Opthecs / Microlens
Turkey: Zepa Kontaktlens
Following the agreement in June 2020 to acquire the Lunelle contact lens, SwissLens has integrated the certification and product range into its facility in Prilly, Lausanne Switzerland.
After more than 20 years of cooperation and production of Lunelle RX contact lenses, CooperVision and SwissLens agree to take over the complete Lunelle product portfolio for SwissLens
When Essilor decided to close Biolens they choose SwissLens to entrust the fabrication of Lunelle Toric RX because of the SwissLens experience and knowledge with this type of lenses.
Since then, SwissLens is producing the Lunelle Toric RX without interruption as OEM.
With the good results of LCM, the management decide to create the new SwissLens company with Philippe Kaeppli as the CEO.
The activity started in the new facilities in Prilly, near Lausanne.
The founders of SwissLens were Hervé de Malm, Pierre-André Cuénoud, Gerard Muller and CEO Philippe Kaeppeli.
Before SwissLens was founded, Hervé de Malm and Gerard Muller worked on the development of a fully automatic lathe with an oscillating diamond tool for contact lenses under a company called LCM (Lentille de Contact sur Mesure) near Place Saint-François in Lausanne. With this machine it should be possible for the first time to produce the patented dynamic stabilisation elements of a soft contact lens in one step like the Lunelle Toric RX.
With this new developed fabrication concept, LCM was selling their first soft contact lenses to customers in Switzerland.
Pierre-André Cuénoud left Biolens to join LCM.
In the 70′ Gerard Muller founded a small production of contact lenses in a laboratory under the name Biolens in Lausanne.
In the 80′, Biolens was developing the design of the Lunelle Toric RX and was sold to the Essilor company.
In 1983, Pierre-André Cuénoud joined Biolens to lead the production Team.
The only thing we need for a delivery from Switzerland to the EU is your VAT number for the billing of the VAT.
The contact lenses are customs cleared via France and shipped to you without VAT and invoiced (except France).