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Mighty Sight is a pair of LED magnifying glasses that enlarges everything to a level of 160%. They are particularly meant for people who get eye strain when trying to look at something up close, such as older people whose sight is gradually declining. Mighty Sight allows them to keep working or doing whatever they need to do without continually harming their eyes. This product was inspired by and also modeled after the typical surgeon's glasses.
The cost of Mighty Sight is $19.99 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Mighty Sight at the discounted price of only $6.99 for a total price of $33.97.
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The number one feature of this product is the lenses that magnify everything you look at by 160%. Mighty Sight's target audience is anyone who has to really focus to be able to see things up close. Often this would be people of advanced age whose eyesight has been deteriorating over time. However, the glasses would apparently be good for anyone with vision difficulties or someone without vision problems who wants to see things up close.
In addition to the magnification feature, Mighty Sight also has LED lights on either side which are aimed to help you see what's in front of you better. The lights are 'ultra-bright' and they're adjustable, so you can move them around and direct them to where you need to look.
The LED lights are rechargeable, and they come with a USB cord. This is, of course, a much better and cheaper option than having to continually purchase batteries.
You can wear these glasses alone if you don't wear glasses and you want to magnify something. However, you can also wear them over prescription glasses, or even sunglasses. This product seems to be quite versatile.
The lens used in these glasses is very high quality, according to the manufacturer, and uses optimum magnification technology. These are obviously not prescription glasses, but they are supposed to be just as high quality as optical lenses.
Mighty Sight comes with the added bonus of a nice carrying case with every purchase. It's not a huge thing but it's added incentive, and let's face it, who doesn't love a 'free' gift? In this case, the product is already very reasonable so an added bonus is extra nice.
The manufacturer is offering a 60-day money-back guarantee on this product. You may try out the glasses for 60 days from the date of your purchase and if you aren't completely satisfied with them, you can return them to the company for a full refund.
One of the main benefits here is the fact that people who have been straining their eyes every day to see their work, or to do other important activities, no longer have to do so. Sometimes this has been an ongoing problem that has a been cause for concern. So, Mighty Sight could help a lot of people get through the day more easily.
If you had to hold a magnifying glass, you wouldn't be able to keep your hands free to do other things. With this product, you obviously wear it on your face. Your hands are completely free. That means you can look at something up close and in detail and also do what you need to do with your hands.
These glasses do look a bit like lab glasses, but other than that they're really nice looking. They're cute and they look more expensive than they actually are.
Mighty Sight glasses are supposed to be very lightweight, so they fit comfortably on your face and feel like they're hardly there. Most glasses of that size are much heavier and more prominent on your face.
The frames on this product are very flexible, like the LED lights. You can play around with them and adjust them to your liking, and position the glasses most comfortably on your face.
One thing you can certainly say about this product: the price is right. You wonder how the company would make much profit. Besides the great price and the free carrying case, you can get a second pair of glasses with your purchase of the first pair if you pay a small fee.
Mighty Sight is a helpful product and has the potential to improve the quality of life of many people. However, a problem could occur if some people treat the product like a substitute pair of glasses. It's possible that some people could use the glasses as a crutch, and avoid going to the eye doctor and getting a new or updated prescription.
The more you use magnification lenses, you less you're using the muscles in your eye dedicated to lens accommodation. This means your eyes could weaken more quickly, and deterioration of your eyesight could go faster. The key is moderation, meaning using them when you really need them but not coming to rely on the glasses.
It's really a very minor point, but there is only one style and color, which is mostly black. It might be nice to see some other variety in that regard, a few more colors. However, it's by no means essential.
These glasses are advertised as one-size-fits-all, and for either men or women. The problem with one-size of that it fits the average person pretty well, but a lot of people do fall out of that range. So you might find them slipping off the faces of a few individuals. It's not a major point since most glasses for sale are one-size-fits-all.
It's a little bit of a philosophical point but when you get to see things really up close that you couldn't see before, you notice faults. You notice things that you have never noticed before and some things may bother you. Maybe it's much dirtier than you thought, or furniture that you really believed looked nice is actually a bit ragged. It's just a small point to keep in mind.
Most of the competing products actually fall into a similar price range as Mighty Sight. By far the majority of other magnification glasses are prescription. Of the ones that aren't, there's a pair of bifocal 'safety glasses' that seem to be more geared towards workplace safety. These glasses look a little like lab glasses too. They don't have LED lights, but they're also lightweight and adjustable. Another pair actually has an LED head magnifier that you look through to see the larger image. Mighty Sight does pretty well next to the competition overall.
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