Today’s Featured Comment
I was very skeptical and expected all flash and no real result, but I was wrong.
These glasses are made so your eyes can better adjust from going from copy on your desk to the computer screen. I actually measured the eye chart from my eyes to ensure I received the proper magnification. When they arrived, I tried them out at work, and although I don’t suffer from eyestrain, I was pleasantly surprised to see that both were in perfect focus, without me putting glasses on and off, and without having to continually lean in and then back to see what I am working on.
I’m quite happy with these glasses. In fact, a friend of mine said she had some made for about $400, and her dog recently chewed them to pieces, and she was very sad and upset about that. I told her for less than $40 she could get a new pair from Computereyed and they would do the same job.
I just wish the website explained in better detail how these glasses work, and more about the problems they fix. I think more people would be interested in them then.
Thanks for the chance to try them out and the free pair of glasses! I will enjoy them for a long time.
[This recommendation was originally posted in this conversation. ~ Eds.]