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Japanese Adlens Emergensee Adjustable Eyeglasses Fluid Variable Lens Technology


Price: $83.00 + $3.49 shipping
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  • Continuously adjustable
  • Covers a wide range of powers, from -6D to +3D diopters
  • Corrects 90% of spherical refractive errors
  • One size fits all, a spare pair for whoever is in need
  • For situations when waiting for prescription glasses is undesirable
6 new from $79.99 2 used from $92.00


Product Description

EmergenseeTM is the solution for lost or broken eyeglasses and contact lenses. Instantly adjustable, variable focus glasses that provide the ideal spare pair for whoever is in need. The low cost solution for instant vision correction makes them a convenient addition to a first aid kit, workbag or glove box. Instantly adjustable, variable focus and customisable to suit your requirements. Note: Not intended to replace primary pair of glasses and for RX with high astigmatism. An eye exam is recommended once a year.

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  • ASIN: B0092EYDX0
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By B. Vaughn on January 29, 2013
Great product made with great quality. I was actually surprised at the quality (sounds awful I know), but for the price, I was expecting cheap and flimsy.

But they are quite sturdy and perform excellent. But I overpaid - they sell in the US now at <...>
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Arthur N McGillem on August 8, 2013
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The vision was adjustable. The lens is like looking through the bottom of a bottle. The double lens and fluid refract light from the sides and is very distracting. If you have no other option, they do work.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Pecan on July 19, 2013
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I told my husband one day someone would invent glasses that we won't have to go to Dr with a prescription well its here my glasses from the doctors cost more than 200 and $50 these classes are much clear did my prescription and I have a bad left eye or maybe I don't hmm.
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In principle this is a good concept, however I was disappointed and I think it is a technical design flaw that requires adjustment for a discerning customer. Here's what I mean. You can adjust the lens for each eye ( for me it was distance vision with the sundial model) However, when you look through the glasses with both eyes, the specific point of precise focus is actually quite small and if you don't find that spot and tilt your head so that the object viewed is not precisely in that field, the object goes ever so slightly out of focus, which is actually very distracting. This is because you are moving to an area of the glasses where there is lens overlap that is of a slightly different diopter. Frankly it drove me nuts and I could only wear them in desperation. Good concept, needs a bigger lens and some technical adjustment
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