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January 17, 2008

Pocket Glasses



From the website:

Pocket Glasses

These compact lenses are useful any time your glasses are elsewhere and you need keen eyesight — when removing a splinter, reading a map or menu, threading a needle, etc.

Made from a shatterproof polymer, they are just over 3" long and less than 1/8" thick, and slip unobtrusively into a pocket or purse.


Available in three strengths (1.5, 2.0, 2.5 diopter), they come with a protective vinyl sleeve.

Inexpensive enough to have them strategically located in several places.

The sprung bridge gently grips your nose.



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Nifty for threading needles, reading food labels, etc. Thanks.

Posted by: Mb | Jan 17, 2008 7:47:51 PM

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