proSPORT Square Aviator Bifocal Sunglasses with HD Blue Light Blocking, Grey or Amber Lenses.
- Composite frame
- Composite lens
- UV Protection Coating coating
- Lens width: 53 millimeters
- NICKEL SILVER FRAMES: For added durability and pliability, these bi-focal frames are constructed of Nickel Silver. Nickel Silver is more rigid and possesses an attractive shine.
- FLEXIBLE SPRING HINGES: Tired of sunglasses that squeeze your temples or get loose and fall of your head? These bifocal readers feature a flexible spring hinge that flexes to fit your head and springs back to its original size.
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Square aviator sunglasses with bifocals are perfect for driving, fishing, boating, golf, sports and reading by the pool.
Copper HD lens can eliminate the harmful blue lights and provide high color contrast clear vision. They are also equipped with durable high nickel memory flex frames. Loaded spring hinges will help retaining the original shape and always provide comfortable fit.
Microfiber cleaning case is included for free for each pair.
Available reading powers are +1.50, +1.75, +2.00, +2.50, +3.00, +3.50 and +4.00. Fits all head sizes.
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : October 18, 2019
- ASIN : B07Z9P56ZP
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Primarily,the lenses are two small to give adequate coverage around the edges. Looking straight ahead is fine, but if I lower my head a bit or turn to the side, the bright light floods in. I don't recall seeing a place to choose lens sizes on the website, though I think they did indicate the size of the lenses. However, that is not very helpful if you don't already know which lens size you need.
Secondly, the temples are made of plastic. I wanted metal frames because the previous two pair of blue blockers I bought had plastic frames, and both broke; there is always a weak spot in plastic frames, and they eventually break. So, while the frames around these lenses are sturdy metal, I don't want to trust the plastic temples.