Color:Clear and Tinted
Hinge frames provide durability and a snug fit. Regular readers included for reading books and more!
Tinted readers have coated lenses with lower strength diopters to help reduce eye fatigue, dry eyes and blurred vision caused by prolonged monitor viewing.
Stylish non prescription eyeglasses are flattering on men and women. An affordable alternative to bifocal prescription lenses. Great for use with contact lenses.
Bifocal sunglasses are ideal for outdoor reading and activities. Set of 2 lightweight polycarbonate frames with acrylic lenses.
Set of 2 4.0 bifocal reading glasses helps you see clearly indoors and out. Bifocal readers feature non-magnified upper and magnified lower, perfect for reading and watching TV.
Between your computer, your tablet, and your smartphone, these days you're probably spending more and more time staring at screens. You've seen those special computer glasses, but you can't help but wonder: Do they really make any difference? Are they worth a second look? According to the Vision Council, more than two thirds of us suffer from Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). The cause is too much time in front of digital screens, and the symptoms include dry or red eyes, blurred vision, eye twitches, fatigue, headaches, and even back and neck pain. Taking frequent breaks can help alleviate CVS. But experts agree: A pair of computer glasses is a wise investment that can greatly enhance the quality of your screen time.