Flammi Lazy Glasses Prism Glasses Horizontal Spectacles Lie Down for Reading/Watching TV
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- 【90° VISION】 Turn your view to a downward 90 degree angle; Glasses do not magnify or focus images, but simply tilt images at a 90-degree angle in order to view vertical images while in a horizontal position; Users need wear their usual eyewear with the prism spectacles if necessary, such as Myopia, Presbyopia, Astigmatism
- 【CAN BE WORN OVER SPECTACLES】 Similar in shape as ordinary glasses; Can be wear over your ordinary glasses (include prescription glasses)
- 【PROTECT YOUR EYES AND SPINE】 By taking advantage of optics principles and employing the reflecting prisms; Designed to allow people reading books or watching TV while lying in bed; Reduce the need for head movement; Perfect for those with limited mobility
- 【APPLICATIONS】 Used for home or travel; Not only read and watch conveniently & comfortably but also relax the body and protect the eyesight; Also an excellent choice for who spends time reading or watching TV in bed and struggles to find a comfortable or sustainable position
- 【GREAT FOR TRAVEL OR COMMUTES】 Durable plastic with mirrors; Lightweight and easy to travel with; Throw in your bag or bring on a plane or morning train commute
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- 90º field of view: Rotate the angle of view 90 degrees downwards without moving the head. Allows you to lie down in bed to read or watch TV, which is the perfect solution for people with reduced mobility.
- Protect eyes and spine: Use optical principles and use reflective prisms; designed to make people read books or watch TV in bed; reduce the need for head movements; very suitable for people with reduced mobility
CAN BE WORN OVER SPECTACLES
Tip: The glasses do not magnify or focus the image, but only tilt the image at a 90-degree angle to view the vertical image in a horizontal position. If necessary, the user needs to wear glasses that usually have prism glasses, such as myopia, presbyopia, and astigmatism.
- Application: Durable plastic mirror. Lightweight and easy to carry; put in your bag or commute by plane or morning train
- Great gift ideal for all of you
Laying Down & Relaxing, Enjoying...
Reading a Book
Using an iPad/Kindle
Can be worn over spectacles
Lay down to read
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On the plus side, they work. You can lay VERY comfortably on your back with your iPad sitting on your chest or stomach and watch videos or read web pages. It takes a while to get used to touching the screen since it's no longer where you expect it to be.
All is not roses though. The field of vision is limited - somewhat like what I imagine tunnel vision would be like. It's big enough, though, that my iPad screen is completely visible, so this is not an issue for me.
The image you see is a little funny though, sort of what you would expect if you were looking through prisms. There is a noticeable dividing line between the two eyes which you do get used to after a bit, but there are also issues with focus around the edges, though this could be due to my eyeglasses.
Regular eyeglasses will fit under these, but they are heavy and if you don't get them situated just so, your nose will finally start to complain - at least mine has at times - as has the orbit around my eyes if I have them pushing down too hard on my glasses. In other words, you have to get them situated properly or you will end up with discomfort.
The reason I gave these four stars instead of three is that I've been using these virtually every night since I purchased them in spite of the issues. Not having to prop my head up, being able to lay flat on my back and enjoy browsing on my iPad in the evening trumps the oddities and inconveniences these have.
My wife thinks I look like the biggest geek that ever existed when I'm laying in bed with these on, so there's that too.
They work just as I expected. I don’t have to use a pillow to read. They fit pretty well and the earpieces don’t pinch. Once they are on, it only takes a little while to adjust how to hold the book/tablet/craft in order to see and not strain any muscles.
There are a couple of things that made them drop a star. One is the weight. I do understand that there is glass, and that it makes it heavy, but over time, I will get a little sore spot on the bridge of my nose if I wear them too long. One way I alleviate the weight on my nose is to position the top part of the glasses to the spot between my eyebrows. It does take a little getting used to, but it works for me.
The second thing is that there is a slight gap in vision in between the lenses. My brain mostly make up the difference and ignores it, and I am not even sure if there is a way to remedy that anyway. But, it is noticeable if I pay attention to it (and my book isn’t holding my attention).
Overall-I am glad I have them. I use them almost nightly to read, check the weather or my emails on my phone or tablet...even watch TV.