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- Plastic frame
- Plastic lens
- Lens width: 33 mm
- Continuously adjustable magnification for near, intermediate and distance viewing.
- Light weight and durable. Provides instant vision for near,intermediate and far distances.
- Incredible new technology in eyewear.
- Frame size 33 30-139
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John Lennon Variable Focus Eyeglasses allow you to adjust each lens so that you can have great vision for whatever you are doing. If you wear reading glasses and have different magnification needs for each eye or need to instantly change your prescription, Adlens' John LennonTM glasses are for you. Here's how they work. All you have to do is turn a little knob on the frame each lens. The variable focus lenses allow the user to manually adjust to his or her needs for clarity. Each variable focus lens comprises an elastic membrane held in a chamber between rigid front and back polycarbonate plates. When fluid is injected into the chamber the elastic membrane bows outwards or inwards to change the power of the lens. They are easily adjusted for a wide range of spherical powers from -4.5 to+3.5. - Every pair of glasses purchased from the John LennonTM Collection, Adlens donated a pair of glasses to someone in the developing world through Vision for a Nation®- "Adlens'® technology is such an interesting concept with such amazing potential that really captures the imagination. I am sure John would be proud to be associated with the glasses and the ethos behind them." -Yoko Ono
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- ASIN: B00G5TK3PW
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 24, 2013
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Top Customer Reviews
The bad: Overpriced, major glare from computer monitor, they are nothing like your prescription glasses, nothing. You will not get the same clarity like you would with your prescription glasses, if you veer your view towards the frame be it up, down, side, other than straight and in the middle of the lens, it will blur. To get a perfect view from these lenses, you can't just move your eyes like you would with prescription glasses, you have to move your head so your eyes are perfectly lined with the center of the lenses, yes, you will be moving your head a lot.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
these glasses are the biggest mistake I've made in a long time!!!Published 6 months ago by Ron Witt
Small but affective, you got a big mug you look funny but they do work wellPublished 10 months ago by Shannan E.