August 24, 2013
Ultra-Compact Folding Reading Glasses — Attn: Google Glass, you need to focus
I love these because I love all things that tend toward becoming invisible.
If only Google Glass would invoke this spirit in designing next year's (presumably, as best the tea leaves can be read) consumer version of Glass.
But I digress.
From the website:
Pocket-Friendly Foldable Readers
These collapsible reading glasses come tucked in an elegant metal case with faux snakeskin trim.
They are a perfect solution for reading the small print in a variety of situations.
Perfect for use on the plane, perusing restaurant menus, and consulting maps.
Compact and ultra-lightweight, they fold neatly into a small case lined with soft faux velvet to prevent scratches.
Design features including metal frames, telescoping metal temple bars, adjustable nose pads, and spring hinges create a perfect comfortable fit.
Details and Features:
• Case lined with faux velvet lining to protect glasses from scratches
• Power choices: 1.25, 1.50, 1.75, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00
• Base metal alloy; pressed lenses
• Telescopic metal temple bars
• Adjustable nose pads
• Case: 3" x 2" x ¾"
• Spring hinges
• Folding frame
• Metal front
• 2 oz.
Black or Silver.
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