Single vision reading glasses are limited in their focus.
If you want everything up on your desktop to be in focus, our multi-focal
Computer/Readers are the ideal solution.
Most of us spend hours every day at our desk in
activities that involve both near and intermediate vision - distances up to 7
feet away. Single vision reading glasses are not enough. Working at a computer
is a very visually demanding task. The wrong glasses contribute to Computer
Vision Syndrome resulting in eyestrain, and neck and back pain from improper
posture to bring the computer screen and other intermediate distance objects
into focus. So why not maximize your vision at these distances, reducing the
strain and fatigue? The Sola Access® progressive lens used in our
Computer/Reading progressive eyewear provide clear-uninterrupted vision from
reading distance up to 7 feet. It is the only progressive lens with both near
and intermediate vision as wide as a single-vision lens.
The wide viewing area makes our Computer/Reading
glasses easy to wear and the perfect glasses for computer users, enabling them
to see the screen clearly as well as everything else in the office. The wide
range of clear vision eliminates unnatural head movements and poor posture that
contribute to Computer Vision Syndrome. No more peering over reading glasses or
bending forward to bring your computer screen into focus. At home, our
Computer/Reading glasses provides clear vision for a range of leisure and hobby
activities. For example, musicians appreciate both their instrument and the
music being clearly in focus.
Q. What’s unique about the Sola Access®
lens?A. GoodGlasses Computer/reading glasses provide a
unique range of clear vision. Sola Access® is the first near vision lens
to offer wide, clear viewing from reading distance up to 7 away.
(Mid-range vision will vary depending on the power selected).
Q. How do I select the correct
power?A. Select the power based on the strength of the
reading glasses you are currently using for near vision. The
intermediate strength is based on the reading strength and out your monitor 24-30" away into focus. From +1.00 to +2.00 reading, the intermediate will be 0.75 less than the reading strength. (EG +1.50 reading +0.75 computer) From +2.00 to +3.50, the intermediate will be 1.25 less than the reading strength. (EG +2.75 reading +1.50 computer) The bottom 1/2 of the lens will contain your reading strength. The
top 1/2 will provide intermediate
strength for computer. The center of the lens provides a smooth transition from
near to intermediate power.
Q. Is fitting
required?A. Unlike prescription progressive lenses, no
fitting height is specified because the lenses are edged to frame center.
Precise measurements with trial and error fitting are not required to wear
GoodGlasses Computer/reading glasses.. Unlike
traditional progressive eyewear, it is
easy to adapt to wearing the Sola Access® lens. If you are a prescription wearer, we can convert your
prescripton to the Sola Access® lens.
Not just for computer users! Musicians, hobbyists,
chefs and every presbyope can benefit from the improved utility and
comfort of GoodGlasses Computer/Reading glasses.