Please note that these are NOT Melanin tinted, but they do have anti-glare lens coating. These are especially good if you find you are having trouble adjusting your eyes when you jump from reading something on your desk, to looking at your computer screen.
• prevents the eyestrain, headaches, neck and back pain associated with viewing a computer without the proper eyeglasses...most people use their reading glasses so they are straining their eyes, or wear no vision correction, so view the computer in an unnatural body position causing physical discomfort. |
• the anti-glare coating on the eyeglass lens filters the glare coming from the computer screen, providing visual comfort, and visual acuity
• no need to visit an eye professional and pay hundreds of dollars for a prescription lens, our 2 power computer readers provide a custom solution at an affordable cost
Computer Eyed’s two power reading glasses have:
|Power||+1.50, +1.75, +2.00, +2.25, +2.50, +2.75, +3.00|
|Other||rimless, slip-in case, spring hinge|
- part is good, but they won't work Review by Lori from So. CA
Oh I was so excited to give these a try. The top part that is supposed to be the "computer" lense - perfect!!
The bifocal part - NOT. I agree with another post in here that says the bifocal part is not even almost the strength it is supposed to be. I needed 250. Again, the supposed 125 part - excellent for the computer screen - the 250 part I do not believe is almost 250 because they are not even close to my 250 reading glass strength. I can't see through the bifocal part. **from DebSpecs: Sound defective. The bottom should be a definite strength on which the top is adjusted, not the other way around. (Posted on 12/23/2015)
- Not as Described Review by Bobbie from Nebraska
- Bifocal narrow glasses Review by Tammy from Oregon
The other pair I would rate as great. (Posted on 11/24/2014)