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Slim Lens Glasses are armless reading glasses with a flexible, adjustable bridge that will sit directly on your nose without falling off. The glasses are as thin as a credit card, and come with an equally thin case, so you'll be able to store them almost anywhere when you're not wearing them. Regardless of how much help you need with your vision, a pair of these will likely suit you, as the glasses come in three different strengths.
The cost of Slim Lens Glasses is $14.99 plus $5.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Slim Lens Glasses by paying the extra shipping fee of $5.95 for a total price of $26.89. This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page found at slimlen.com; however, the company has since ceased selling Slim Lens Glasses and has taken down the website. Slim Lens Glasses may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.
These glasses have no arms that could get in the way of your hairstyle or any hair accessories you might choose to wear. Instead, once you adjust their bridge to the size and shape of your nose, the glasses' comfort grip pads will hold them in place, preventing them from falling off.
The glasses are as thin as a credit card and so lightweight that you might not even notice that you're wearing them after a while. Even if you can feel them against your face a bit, they definitely won't feel bulky, as if they're weighing you down.
Each pair of glasses comes with a black micro carrying case that's also thin and lightweight, yet still protective. You'll be able to fit the case into virtually any pocket or purse, regardless of size, for quick access to your specs when you need them. This case will attach to any flat surface, too, including the backside of your phone.
Slim Lens Glasses are made from polycarbonate so durable that it won't break even if you step on your glasses. You'll also be able to bend and twist the bridge of these glasses this way and that without worrying about them breaking.
These glasses come in three different strengths, including 1.5,2.0 and 2.5, so people with varying levels of vision difficulties will be able to use them.
Slim Lens Glasses will come in handy in both stores and restaurants when you need to read labels and / or menus with small print. By using them, you'll dramatically increase your chances of buying the correct thing!
Most people use smartphones for a variety of things these days, but these phones' screens can be hard to read, even for people who just have minor vision issues. Fortunately, these reading glasses will help you read your smartphone's screen effectively so you can text, check your email, and browse for information quickly and efficiently.
You may lose other pairs of reading glasses on a regular basis, but these glasses are much harder to lose, as each pair's case will stick to any hard, flat surface. If you stick your case to the back of your phone, and you always have your phone with you, your glasses will never be more than a hand's reach away.
Slim Lens Glasses have a classic, unobtrusive look, so you'll be unlikely to find that they clash with any piece of clothing, dressy or casual, or otherwise make you look ridiculous.
Once you choose a pair of glasses at one of the three available strengths, you won't be able to adjust that pair of glasses to make its lenses stronger or weaker. Instead, you'll need to get an entirely new pair, which could be necessary if your vision gets worse over time.
While these glasses won't fall off during normal daily activities, they could slip off your face if you decide to do a heavy workout, such as one with running and jumping, at the gym. The same thing could happen during an equally intense workout outdoors.
If you choose a pair of standard reading glasses instead of Slim Lens ones, they'll help you see, but won't be as convenient. First of all, they may be bulky and unattractive, which won't make you look or feel good. Secondly, most pairs are thicker than a Slim Lens pair, so they'll be harder to fit in a purse, pocket, glove compartment, or wallet. A standard pair may also break more easily than these polycarbonate ones.
Contact lenses that will help you see close-up are an option, but to get these, you'll require a prescription from an optometrist. Plus, you'll need to clean them on a daily basis or make sure you have a steady supply of disposables, and get over any squeamishness you might have about sticking things in your eyes.
Since Slim Lens Glasses are so hard to lose or break, you likely won't need to replace your reading glasses as often as usual once you get a pair. There likely will be no more running out to pick up another pair at the store because you can't find your current ones.
By deciding to use these glasses, and keeping them close at hand, you'll also save the time you would have spent rummaging through drawers, your car and elsewhere to hunt down a pair of readers.
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