BEST READING GLASSES. (just making sure you’re in the right article.)
Do you get frequent headaches when you read? Or do the words just disappear into the page? Maybe, you’re like me, and the whole world is just one big, hazy mush.
If these are the case, then you just might need reading glasses. And look (or don’t), if you’re worried about glasses not being cool or being a burden…
Have you seen these kids nowadays? They’re running around with glasses without graded lenses! See (or don’t), glasses are the things to have today. Plus, for those of us who actually need them, it’s pretty awesome to walk around without fear of things such as lamp posts or walls.
So what are the best reading glasses for you?
These pocket readers are exactly what I want for reading glasses. Although they are slim and stylish, they perform their function perfectly and come with an equally slim and stylish hard case. These fit in every pocket your phone will (Sorry gals, we still out here fighting the good fight on pockets.) and come in a variety of magnifications. The readers also come with a pen clip. This way you can just clip them alongside your pens in your front pocket and always have them at the ready. They come in packs of two. Two minimalist designs that are ideal for unisex wear. Seriously. These are a great deal.
Let’s face it. Some of the best things are foldable. NY style pizza. Motorola RAZRs. But what about reading glasses? These glasses from Success Eyewear are also pretty awesome! They neatly fold so they can be tucked away almost anywhere. Keep them in your glove box, your office drawer, or a pocket to stay at your reading best!
I lose everything. My keys, my hats, socks (just one only…dang old sock gremlins), my sanity. You name it. But there is one thing I hold on so dearly to. My phone. So, when I heard about a pair of glasses so thin, they could actually attach to my phone case… I had to check it out. These glasses are just as thin as two credit cards and come in a neat equally as minute case. A case that can be attached to the back of most modern phone cases. This way you can take your readers any where. Never struggle with menus or movie showtimes again!
If you’re looking for a bit of variation with your value packs, this is the choice for you. The Gamma Ray 5 Pack comes with 4 awesome reading glasses of your magnification AND one Sun Reader. That’s right. Whether sitting at an outdoor cafe or reading a book on the beach, you can enjoy sunlit reading once again.
So, story time! Back in the day, I had this roommate. Honestly, she was the sweetest, most kind and caring individual I have ever met. Now, she wouldn’t hurt a fly, but her glasses… Now, those were a completely different story. 100% of the time they were completely destroyed. Heck, the smudges had smudges. Better yet, they had cracks so deep the Grand Canyon went on vacation to visit them. She always just said, “Oh, they’re just readers. I can always get another pair.”
If this sounds familiar to you or someone you love, this is the deal to go for. There are 7 of these bad boys in a single pack. Wear for a week then toss em, and grab another pair. Disposable contacts meet the Lurglasses 7 pack.
Do you even need reading glasses? In all reality, if you think you do… You probably do.
Because you’re probably seeing (or not) all the signs!
Here are just a few ways to tell if you need reading glasses:
These are classic signs that you need to be looking for some reading glasses.
There are many factors you should check before buying a pair of reading glasses.
There are two primary styles of reading glasses.
With full frame glasses, the entirety of the lenses are made with the prescription. This is useful for those who spend a lot of their time reading or doing up close work.
These are the similar to the bifocals Old Ben Franklin created. These are useful for those who only need to look at up close things sparingly. Afterwards you can look above or around the lens for clearer vision for far distances.
Reading glasses are normally much less intensive than your standard corrective lenses. They often graduate in terms of .25 power grades starting at extremely low strengths. The lowest is at 1.00 diopter whereas the strongest is at right about 4.00 diopters.
The goal is to choose the one with the lowest number that works for you.
You can determine this by trying on a few pairs and attempting to read a magazine. Hold it about 14 inches away from your face and put on the glasses. Do they help? Is it sharp enough or do you need a little more oomph?
And I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but… Your vision is more than likely to only get worse as time goes on. If you start experiencing some of the previous signs again… It’s probably time to up your grade.
Once you start experiencing these signs, go to the doctor.
I can give you advice all day, but I am not a medically trained professional. Alas, I am but a Nerdy Book Girl on the internet. So, head over to your nearest ophthalmologist and get checked.
Your eyes will thank you.