Choosing Reading Glasses-Does Quality Matter?

Posted on January 12, 2014 by Renee Bachner | 0 comments

Truth #1 Not All Reading Glasses Are Created Equal

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Better quality frames last longer. They fit better and they are able to withstand every day wear and tear. Better quality lenses mean clearer vision. Optical quality lenses means the best vision you can have without getting prescription (custom made) reading glasses.Why do optical quality lenses give you the clearest vision? They are made from high quality plastics that meet certain ophthalmic standards. Free of waves, imperfections and providing true visual clarity, optical quality lenses allow you to see clearly effortlessly. If your eyes are struggling to see through a lens that is less than totally clear you will tire easily and may even get headaches or feel dizzy. If you don’t want to spend a lot of money on your readers because you often lose them or you find that you need to keep several pairs handy, here’s what I suggest. Invest in a few good pair of readers for those times that you want to do reading for more than just a few minutes. Drug store readers are good to keep handy for quick reads…a label, a menu…but when you need to read something for any extended period of time, optical quality readers will give you clear, comfortable vision. Read more about optical quality reading glasses here.


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