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Q. Can you get bifocals in sunglasses?
A. Absolutely yes! We provide fashionable, functional reading sunglasses and prescription bifocal sun glasses readers that protect your eyes from the sun while providing you with the close-up clarity you need while outdoors. For those who require vision correction, we offer prescription-ready bifocal sun glasses so you don't need to rely on clip-on shades. In addition, we offer a wide range of stylish designer reading sunglasses in retro and contemporary designs.
Q. Can reading sunglasses cause headaches?
A. There is no definitive answer to this question as the research on the matter is inconclusive. Some experts believe that reading sunglasses can cause headaches due to the fact that they force you to focus on a small area, which can lead to eye fatigue. However, other experts believe that reading sunglasses can actually help alleviate headaches, as they reduce glare and improve contrast. More research is needed in order to determine whether or not reading sunglasses cause headaches.
Q. Can reading sunglasses make you dizzy?
A. There is no simple answer to this question. It depends on the person's physiology and what kind of sunglasses they are reading. Some people may find that wearing sunglasses makes them dizzy because they are not used to the change in light, while others may find that the glasses themselves are causing the problem.
Q. What are reader sunglasses?
A. Reader sunglasses are eyeglasses that have a special lens design to help people read without having to hold the material close to their eyes. This is helpful for people who have trouble reading small text or for those who need magnification to see clearly.
Q. Are reading sunglasses fsa eligible?
A. There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on the specific sunglasses and the extent to which they are used for reading. Generally speaking, most sunglasses are not considered FSA eligible, but if the glasses have a specific prescription for reading and are used primarily for that purpose, then they may be considered eligible. It is best to check with your FSA provider to be sure.
Q. What are bifocal safety glasses?
A. Bifocal safety glasses are eyeglasses that have two different types of lenses, one for seeing close up and one for seeing far away. This allows the wearer to have both near and far vision without having to switch between different pairs of glasses. Bifocal safety glasses are often used by people who work in hazardous environments, such as construction workers or factory workers, because they allow the wearer to see both close up and far away clearly.
Q. What are progressive reading glasses?
A. Progressive reading glasses are eyeglasses that have a gradual increase in optical power from the bottom to the top of the lens. This allows the wearer to see clearly at all distances.
Q. What are driving sunglasses?
A. Driving sunglasses are sunglasses that have been specifically designed to improve your vision while driving. They typically have a yellow or amber tint, which helps to reduce glare and improve contrast.
Q. Can you wear bifocal sunglasses to drive?
A. Yes, you can drive and wear our bifocal sunglasses. Our bifocal sunglasses are designed without polarization so you can use our readers to read your dashboard. Polarization will distort reading on LCD hence, we have deliberately designed ours without polarization so you can drive and wear our reading sunglasses.