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Glacier Two-Strength Computer Glasses
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Item #: DEB120
Reg. Price: $29.95
Our Price: $25.95
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    Please note that these lenses are NOT glass, they are acrylic. These two strength bifocal glasses have a super hip wayfarer shape. They are a great value!
  • 5-1/4" x 1-1/2" for small to average faces.
  • Spring Hinge
  • +150, +200, +250, +300
  • Strength refers to BOTTOM portion. The top portion is adjusted to a lesser strength in order to better view the computer screen.
  • These glasses have been discontinued by the manufacturer. However, they are now available with very trendy contrasting temples!
  • These are a great value. The manufacturers made a nice looking two strength frame while keeping the cost as low as possible. If you like this styles, but want a high end designer grade no-line version, with heavy grade acetate and upgraded spring hinges, check out ICICLE for about $10 more.
Frame Width 136 - Frame Height 34 - Temple Length - 138
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Top Strength: The top portion is a little more than 50% the strength than the bottom portion.
Example: a +150 strength would have a +1.50 bottom and about + .75 top.
Half moon shape: Bifocals are a half-moon with rounded part on the top.

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Average Rating: (based on 4 reviews) Review summary.

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by helen
on 9/27/2015
These are my first computer glasses.  The strength difference between the bifocal and the lense is just right for me- vastly improving my time at the computer.  My husband, on the only han, finds the difference too weak to improve his computer viewing so I guess the glasses will not work for everyone.  I am pleased with the quality. 
by paul donoghue
on 6/29/2015
bad optics
i have to rate this as poor - i returned the glasses as the magnification area at the bottom (not no-line progressive, but a crescent shape) were not aligned and too low to use for computer work.  **from DebSpecs: Please note the top portion is the area designed for computer work. The bottom is for reading something on the desk. "Progressive" does not designate shape, it designates gradual bifocal gradient. Crescent shapes can be progressive. Also, these readers are NOT progressive, and are not advertised as such. 
by Lisa
on 11/14/2013
Great solution
After months of straining to see my monitor, then trying to use my readers (which are way too strong), these seem to be calibrated perfectly for my needs. Thanks, debspecs, i'll be back for more!
by DV
on 11/10/2013
Defective bifocal inset
I rated this as poor because one of the lens was considerably larger than the other. This resulted in blurred vision when trying to use them. **from DebSpecs: This was a defect and we will replace.
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