These full rim ‘barely-there’ lightweight strength and flexibility of titanium frame just can’t be beat for their value. Kenwood memory titanium has a flexible property that makes it ideal for temple arms that always provide a snug. These light weight, around 12 grams and snugly eye frames provides all day comfort and are best for reading glasses, or any other activities. They comes in two colors: gold, and black.
|Len Width:||53 mm|
|Lens Height:||35 mm|
|Frame width:||145 mm|
Reader ready glasses
Presbyopia, describes the condition where as part of normal aging, the eyes lose their ability to focus up close. Presbyopia, describes the condition where as part of normal aging, the eyes lose their ability to focus up close. Reader ready on-prescription reading glasses can easily solve this problem, these glasses usually range in power from +1.00 diopter to +4.00 diopters (D). Both lenses have the same powers.
Selecting the Proper Strength for Reading Glasses
- Print this page on your printer. You cannot use this chart by looking at it on your computer monitor due to the size and resolution differences among computers.
- The chart below is exactly 5 inches wide. Please make sure it is 5 inches wide on your printed copy.
- To find the strength you need, read the following Test Chart WITHOUT GLASSES from a distance of about 14 inches. The first line you have difficulty reading has the lens strength to the right. This is the correct optical power to order.
Attention: Reader ready reading glasses does not replace prescription eyewear. Regular exams by an eye care professional are necessary to determine your eye health status and vision needs.