Key Readers are portable reading glasses that you can use virtually anywhere while you're on the go. When you're not using them, they'll fold up so that they're smaller than a credit card, and you can hook them to your keychain, handbag, briefcase, laptop case, or belt loop. However, when unfolded, they're no smaller than a standard-sized pair of reading glasses, and they actually have tougher, more durable lenses than many other pairs. Key Readers come in black, pink, and a tortoiseshell design, and with each pair, you'll get a black clasp that you can use to hook the glasses to a variety of your belongings.
It's often difficult to remember to bring your reading glasses everywhere, and they can take up a fair amount of space in a purse, a briefcase, a glove compartment, or wherever you store them. Fortunately, when you have a pair of Key Readers, it won't be a problem if you forget your glasses, or even lose or break them. The Key Readers are difficult to forget, as you can keep them clipped onto almost anything and simply unfold them whenever you need them. Due to the fact that they can be folded, they also won't take up as much space as a standard pair of glasses, and when folded up, their lenses are protected from potential scratches.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Key Readers is $10.00 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Key Readers by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.99 for a total price of $23.98.
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- Looking at Restaurant Menus
- Reading Instructions
When you're in a restaurant and realize that you need a pair of reading glasses to read the menu, you can quickly unfold your Key Readers and slide them on at the table. You can also use them to examine the bill at the end of your meal, if needed.
If you need to read the small print on a product label, or choose a greeting card with the perfect message, just whip out your Key Readers in the aisle of any store. By doing so, you'll be less likely to leave with a less-than-ideal item.
You can also attach your Key Readers to your golf bag, and pull them out when you need to glance at or update your scores during a game.
Key Readers will come in handy when you're working or doing homework and you need to read the screen of a laptop or tablet, or look at paperwork with small print. You can keep the glasses attached to your briefcase, backpack or computer bag so they'll always be with you when you need to complete a task related to your work or studies.
When you're doing household maintenance, and you're faced with the task of reading detailed instructions in small print, you'll find your Key Readers useful both indoors and outdoors. If you need to move around the house or yard, hooking the glasses to your belt loop will ensure that they're continually at hand.
- Choice of Magnification Level
- Choice of Colors
- Crystal Clear Lenses
- Come With Clasp
When selecting a pair of Key Readers, you can choose the magnification level you want, up to a maximum magnification level of 3.5.
You can choose between black, pink, and a tortoiseshell design when picking a pair of these reading glasses, or for variety's sake, you may want to get all three.
Each pair of Key Readers contains optic quality lenses that will provide you with crystal clear vision whenever you wear the glasses.
Every pair of Key Readers comes with a small black clasp that will enable you to attach your folded glasses to nearly anything you choose.
Unlike the lenses of some pairs of reading glasses, the Key Readers' lenses are fairly small, and are square in shape. Therefore, they don't make the glasses appear extremely bulky or clunky, or out of style.
Both the arms and the lenses of Key Readers are made of durable materials, so you won't have to deal with arms that have snapped off or cracked lenses on a frequent basis.
- Standard Reading Glasses
Besides appearing less attractive, some pairs of standard reading glasses aren't as durable as Key Readers, and therefore, they can break easily while being put on and taken off. Plus, since they won't fold up in the same way that Key Readers do, their lenses are often left exposed and at risk of incurring damage.
If you clip a pair of Key Readers to an item of clothing or something that you're carrying, you'll no longer have to hunt around for a pair of reading glasses when you need them. Another pair of glasses could get buried at the bottom of your bag or fall out of your pocket, making an long, extensive search necessary, but your Key Readers will always be ready-at-hand almost immediately.