Yes, readers come in sunglasses in the form of sunreaders and bifocal sunglasses.
Bifocal sunglasses are perfect for anyone who needs reading glasses and regular sunglasses. They have a small, round magnifying lens in the bottom of the frame that lets you read without having to take your sunglasses off. This is great for people who need to read menus or price tags while they're out, or for anyone who wants to avoid the hassle of switching between different pairs of glasses.
Bifocal sunglasses are available in both prescription and non-prescription versions. If you wear prescription glasses, you can get a pair of bifocal sunglasses that have your prescription lenses in them. If you don't wear prescription glasses, you can buy non-prescription bifocal sunglasses, or get a pair with prescription lenses put in at your local optical store.
Reading sunglasses, also known as sunreaders, are special sunglasses that are designed for people who need to read while outside. They have a special tint that makes it easier to see text, and they often have a magnifying lens on the side so that small print is easier to read. Sunreaders are also typically smaller and lighter than regular sunglasses, which makes them more comfortable to wear for extended periods of time.
People who need reading sunglasses typically fall into one of two categories: those who have trouble seeing close-up due to presbyopia, and those who are sensitive to bright light. Presbyopia is a natural aging process that causes the eye's lens to become less flexible, making it difficult for people over the age of 40 to focus on close objects.
Generally, reading sunglasses are a great way to protect your eyes while you're reading. They work just like regular sunglasses, but they have a special filter that blocks out the glare of the sun. This can be really helpful if you're trying to read in bright sunlight.
Most reading sunglasses are designed to be worn when you're sitting down, so they won't be too big or bulky. They also have a special coating that reduces eye fatigue, which can be helpful if you're reading for a long period of time.
If you're looking for a pair of reading sunglasses, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, make sure that the lenses are large enough to cover your entire eye area. This will help to reduce the amount of glare that gets into your eyes.
Also, look for sunglasses with non-polarized lenses if you are going to be reading off your phone, tablet or car dashboards because you will not be able to read LCDs well with polarized lenses.