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    Lennon Super Power Reading Glasses in Ruby

    £15.99

    • On Trend Keyhole Style
    • Spring Hinges
    • Shatterproof and scratch-resistant polycarbonate lenses
    • Available in +6.50 strength
    • Available in Black,Ruby and Brown
    • Weight: 2 oz (60 grams)
    • Unisex

    By wearing some of the top strength reading glasses, it can help people with vision problems such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, cateracts, or worsening eye sight.  Find this glass in both purple or black in our extra strength reading glasses section here.

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    • On Trend Keyhole Style
    • Spring Hinges
    • Shatterproof and scratch-resistant polycarbonate lenses
    • Available in +6.50 strength
    • Available in Black,Ruby and Brown
    • Weight: 2 oz (60 grams)
    • Unisex

    By wearing some of the top strength reading glasses, it can help people with vision problems such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, cateracts, or worsening eye sight.  Find this glass in both purple or black in our extra strength reading glasses section here.

    Finding a way to read comfortably is one of the most difficult challenges for visually impaired people. Many give it up altogether, because what used to be an enjoyable, effortless activity now requires thought, preparation and a lot of adjustment.   For some people in this situation, reading is just no fun anymore. These extra strength reading glasses may be the solution.

    Even so, many low vision devices can make reading easier and more rewarding for people with macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa, tunnel vision and other low vision conditions. The most affordable are either hand-held magnifiers or strong reading glasses, or you can obtain bifocals with high-power reading lens segments.

    Good Lighting Is Essential

    For many people with low vision, increasing the amount and type of ambient light can greatly improve reading ability. If you know someone who is visually impaired, check the adequacy of the lighting in their home — particularly in their favorite reading areas. Use the brightest light bulbs recommended for light fixtures. Purchase lamps with three-way sockets that allow the use of bulbs that can be increased to 150 watts for reading.

    Natural sunlight is the best lighting for reading. Arrange furniture so the person with low vision can sit near a window for daytime reading. For artificial lighting, purchase “full-spectrum” light bulbs. These bulbs emit light that more closely mimics natural sunlight than regular incandescent bulbs. Avoid harsh fluorescent lighting, which can cause glare — especially for anyone with low vision. Replace fluorescent desk lamps or kitchen lighting with halogen task lighting or full-spectrum bulbs for better comfort and visibility.

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    Complete the collection

      • Fit: Small to Medium
      • Push Button Open
      • Snap Shut
      • Rigid Case
      • Plush Lining
      • 160mm x 60mm x 30mm

      Our Hard Glasses Case holds glasses and sunglasses frames.  A lovely plush lined case deep enough for most glasses and sunglasses. It has a lovely matt finish in a choice of colours that are finished with a gold trim.  The push button opening make sure the glasses go nowhere without your say, so they’re perfect for storage at home, in the car or on the move.