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PC Peekers Computer Glasses
- Designed to overcome the optical limitations of bifocals, trifocals and "no-line" progressive lenses
- Designed by eye care professionals
- Provides the corrective lens power for a clearer and wider zone of vision eliminating the bobbing head and neck strain
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Easy to use: PC Peeker computer glasses simply slip behind and rest on the temples of your existing prescription glasses.
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Top Customer Reviews
Two sets of silicone sticky pads are provided. You attach them to the underside of the "wings" so they would cling on to your glasses. They work just fine with my thin wire frames, although I feel the wings stick out too far on the side (I may shorten the "wings" to make them look less conspicuous). Even though it's lightweight (compared to clip on sunglasses, for example), it does add a bit of weight to the glasses, which becomes noticeable at the end of the day. I imagine with continuous use I will get used to them.
I don't know how long the silicone pads will stay sticky, but when I first got them I used a little rubber cement on the "wings" so I can put them on without using the pads, just in case I decide to return them. This works very well so this is what I will do if and when the sticky pads stop working.
For about $18 (from Walmart) this is a great product. If you can find them at a store locally, it's definitely worth getting a pair to try.
I'm in my 50s and have had glasses since 3rd grade. My prescription is in the minus 8 range, so I'm blind enough to have something credible to say about products of this kind. I've tried the clip-on magnifiers before, but they get heavy and clutsy, and the lens quality has never been particularly great. When I ran across these, I thought I'd give them a try.
They are comfortable and fit well and, most of all, as others have said, they work. I've had prescription computer/reading glasses before, and I wish I'd known about these before spending hundreds of dollars on those. I like especially that these do not have the usual distortion that so many types of over-the-counter lenses have.
I agree with others that I'd like to have more than a soft case, since travel could end up breaking these. But that's my only complaint. If you're looking for a way to enhance your computer vision without sacrificing quality and a ton of money, give these a try!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had cervical spine surgery and these peekers are a life saver. I work at a computer for 10 hours per day and the constant looking down at the screen has wreaked havoc on my neck. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Terri L.Hill
I purchased these on the recommendation of my optometrist -- I already had a pair of Wal*Mart cheap readers that were set for static screen viewing (about arm's length) and they... Read morePublished 1 month ago by PapaGuk
These are the third pair I've had. I cannot live without them when it comes to using my computer comfortably. I need to be more careful as to where I step when I drop them.Published 2 months ago by Merton A. Bobo
If you are looking for a crisper view of your monitor and want a simple and effective solution without paying your optometrist hundreds of dollars for custom computer glasses then... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Chris Smith
These are just what I needed. Recently got a pair of no line bifocals. Had to put reading glasses on top of my no line bifocals just so I could see my computer. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Teresa Davis
I'm not as young and my eyes are tired. I work with PC's, and these allow me to read text and see fine detail in pictures.Published 3 months ago by Jason M. Halbach