Choosing Reading Glasses: The Most Common Mistake

You are ready for a new pair of reading glasses so you go to the store and start trying on several pairs in what you think is your lens power- but reading still doesn’t seem clear.   So you think maybe I need a stronger lens power to see clearly- but reading still looks a little foggy.  You’re not sure if this is the way it’s supposed to be but you know you’ve tried on a lot of readers to make this one your final choice so you go with it.

So now they broke and it’s time to buy readers again.  You try another brand and things are still not as clear as you would like.  You need them and you have other things to do so you just buy them.

So here's the lowdown:  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 vison will be foggy, your eyes will tire easily and you may even get headaches or feel dizzy.  

Premium quality optical lenses will give you clear vision- without over-correcting yourself. 

Our reading lenses are made to precise optical standards from premium grade ophthalmic lens materials, aspheric in lens design with premium lens treatments and coatings- for the clearest vision and anti-glare coatings and lens treatments that don't breakdown.  Every one of these variables is important for reading clearly and comfortably.

Our frames are also made from premium frame materials- plastics, metals, hinges, screws- the same as those used for prescription eyewear - they fit better and they last longer.

Need help choosing your lens power in your reading glasses? Read how to figure it out here or just email renee@reneesreaders.com for some help.

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