Adlens are the first reading glasses that allow for you to adjust the focus. Using a cleverly disguised knob on the frame, Adlens brand glasses can switch from two different focus points at the touch of a dial. Switch from reading a book to reading a computer screen to distance reading in the blink of an eye.
Adlens glasses features award-winning Alvarez dual lens technology. Each Alvarez lens is actually two lenses built on top of one another and can be operated from a dial on the frame. This allows you to; switch from near to far distance, fine tune each eye independently for the sharpest of vision, and adjust your lenses for changes in eyesight without needing to have your eyes tested.
The cost of Adlens is $29.99 plus $7.00 shipping, for a total price of $36.99.
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Using the Alvarez lenses these glasses are capable of incredible things. The lens is shaped like a wave with a crest and a peak. Normal lenses look more like a satellite dish ( or an inverted satellite dish for the farsighted ). The difference being that by turning the dial on the frame, there by shifting the lens over, the correction changes in magnitude. Now add a second lens and you have the power to create a wide range of correctional lenses without the bulky equipment in the ophthalmologists office. What is even better is that the power rests right on the bridge of your nose. By aligning the crests of the waves you create a magnification whereas overlapping the valleys of the waves you create a negative magnification.
The basic frame and lenses for the cheapest price. Adlens Adjustable offer correction ranging from -6 to +3 diopter. The adjustable model and every model below comes bound in TR90 optical grade material for a robust, lightweight and flexible frame.
Yellow tinted lenses cancel out up to 2x more of the most harmful blue light than the competitor. These lenses are great for those who log long hours staring into a computer screen or need to select fine detail such as at a firing range or while doing extreme sports. Adjustable from -6 to +3 diopter range on each lens.
Adlens Select offers a in improved frame design and the most versatile lenses. The body is sleek and stronger than the original model. On the Select model, nose bridge transparent giving the glasses sporty look. The adjustment mechanism is improved and allows for four different distance settings. These lenses can accommodate a wide -4 to +5 diopter range on each lens.
The Sundial glasses look much more like the mundane uncorrected tinted versions. Sundials look great in the outdoors without the awkward moment of change that comes with transition lenses. The tinted lenses provide 100% UVA and UVB protection. You can get your beach games on worry free thanks to this shatter proof model. Adjustable from -6 to +3 diopter range on each lens.
The lightwieght model offers a 0 to +2.75 diopter range on each lens. This model is specifically designed to be used for reading, computer work, gardening, knitting or any other close work activity.
The frames look strangely bulky, like they are hiding some hiding a micro chip somewhere. What's more, each model is basically the same frame with different lenses in them so if you don't like the frame tough cookie.
The ViewPlus model seems inferior to the other products but the price doesn't reflect the drop in functionality, it remains the same as the basic model.
Please also note that the correction is for reading only and these glasses are not meant to be corrective for people with vision worse than 20 / 40. Otherwise these are the best adjustable glasses on the market.
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