Dial Vision glasses are eyeglasses that you can adjust yourself to suit your prescription. Besides using them for distance, you can also adjust them so that they can be used as reading glasses. These glasses have scratch-resistant lenses, flexible frames, and adjustable nose bridges. They make a great alternative when you lose, break, or damage your prescription glasses. They're also a great substitute when your prescription has changed, requiring you to visit an eye doctor and wait for a new pair of standard glasses.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Dial Vision is $19.99 plus $7.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Dial Vision by paying the extra shipping fee of $9.99 for a total price of $37.97.
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How to Use (Step by Step)
- Focus on Eye Chart
With your Dial Vision glasses on, focus on the professional eye chart that's included with each pair.
- Adjust Each Lens
While continuing to focus on the eye chart, use the dial on the outer left side of the glasses in order to adjust the left lens. Following that, do the same thing on the right-hand side. If you've adjusted your lenses properly, you'll be able to see all the letters on the eye chart clearly.
How It Works
As you focus on the eye chart and turn the dials on your glasses, this slowly adjusts your lenses until they match your prescription.
- Can Customize for Each Eye
The fact that you are able to customize each lens of these glasses for yourself will be a benefit to those users who see better out of one eye than the other.
- Impact Resistant
Dial Vision glasses have been designed to be impact resistant, which means that they won't break easily if you drop them or accidentally sit on them.
- Adjustable Nose Bridges
The nose bridges on some glasses can feel uncomfortable against your nose if they aren't customized to suit its unique size and shape. Fortunately, you'll be able to adjust the nose bridges on your Dial Vision glasses, increasing your comfort level.
- Flexible Frames
The frames of these glasses are fairly flexible, so if you gently bend one side this way or that, they're unlikely to break. That being said, you shouldn't pull aggressively on the frames on purpose.
- Scratch Resistant
Eyeglass lenses tend to pick up scratches over time, making them harder to see out of, but that won't be a big issue with these particular glasses, as the lenses are made from scratch-resistant material.
- Developed by Scientists
The idea behind these glasses was developed by leading optical scientists in England, which indicates that the glasses are of a high quality and work in accordance with the principles of optical science.
- Work as Reading Glasses
If you need glasses for distance and for reading, all you'll need to do is use the dial to adjust each lens when you need to read something up close. You can also use these glasses solely for reading, if your distance vision is fine.
- Come With Carrying Case
Each pair of Dial Vision glasses comes with a hard carrying case that will enable you to transport them from place to place without worrying about damage.
Dial Vision glasses don't look very stylish, due to the fact that the top of each pair's frames is thick and black. The lenses are also quite big and square. If you like your glasses to be inconspicuous, this may not be the ideal pair for you.
- Waiting for Prescription Pair
If you've misplaced or broken your prescription glasses, or your prescription has changed, you could sit around and wait for a new pair instead of using Dial Vision. However, it would be difficult for you to see in the meantime, and your impaired vision might make it necessary for you to limit your daily activities.
- Off-the-rack Reading Glasses
For those individuals who only need glasses for reading, reading glasses can be purchased directly off the rack at a store, but these normally can't be customized to each individual eye.