If you’re dreading that time when you finally need bifocals because you don’t want that distinct, visible line through the lens let everyone know how old you are, consider no line bifocal reading glasses. No line bifocals help you retain the look of regular glasses all while providing the benefits of traditional bifocals.
No line bifocals are sometimes called progressives. These bifocals may take a little bit of time to adjust to because there is no visible line in the lens, but once many people get used to them they wouldn’t consider going back to the traditional style. But here are some things to consider. Continue reading
Many people eventually comes to that time of life where they need to wear bifocal eyeglasses. Bifocal eyeglasses are extremely helpful tools that are fortunately available in styles and colors that will accent your own personal style and wardrobe.
These days it is easy to find a great selection of high quality bifocal reading glasses online. If you’re looking for designer eye wear, it’s easy to find sites that offer a wide variety of designs from names like Hugo Boss, Gucci, Calvin Klein and others. Just remember some good tips for when you’re ready to purchase online about how to choose a good merchant.
As much as you may not like it, by the time you are in your mid forties or just beyond you may need a decent pair of bifocal reading glasses to help you read small print. But what happens when you want or need to read outdoors in the bright sunlight. Whether you are reading in the back yard or using your cell phone while outdoors you may need both sunglasses and bifocals. That’s where bifocal sunglasses come into play, or if you want to retain a younger more stylish look you may opt for no line bifocal sunglasses.
No line bifocal sunglasses also known as progressive lens sunglasses provide the dual functionality of sunglasses and bifocals in the same lens. The added benefit with no line bifocal sunglasses is that they just look like regular sunglasses with no visible bifocal line in the lens. No one needs to know you’re wearing bifocals. Continue reading
Lights from headlights or other sources like street lights can sometimes cause a starburst type of glare that can make it difficult to see. This can be a scary feeling when your are driving down the highway at a pretty good speed. This sensation typically gets worse as we age, so even if this didn’t bother you when you were younger, it may become a problem as you age.
Bright headlight can make you feel like you’re experiencing temporary blindness when driving at night. You may have noticed this is getting worse as manufacturers move to bright headlights in the blue end of the spectrum. A good pair of night driving glasses may be able to help you see more clearly at night. Continue reading
Bifocal reading glasses for women are one of those small yet important tools that can help you every day. As we age, so do our eyes, which means that everyday tasks like reading become more challenging. With the right pair of bifocals you can read small print and also drive and see far distances all with the same pair of glasses.
Bifocals can be stylish as well as practical. With well-known designers offering a variety of styles of designer bifocal reading glasses you can look great while improving your vision.
As men get older many things start to change, including their eyesight. Their eyes start losing the ability to focus on print and objects at close range. While this can be difficult initially at least there are plenty of options of bifocal reading glasses for men to help bring small print back into focus in style. There are options ranging from a simple, elegant pair of bifocal reading glasses to designer bifocals and even protective bifocals.
Regular bifocal reading glasses or even no line bifocals are great for reading and working on certain projects that require close range vision, but men who work with power tools for fun or for a living will need something a little more specialized. A good pair of protective bifocal safety glasses is perfect for this. Continue reading
Noticing any deterioration in your vision can be scary. We’re lucky today to have so many great options for improving our vision, but what works best for one person may not work best for another. You may need to look at a few bifocal reading glasses to find the best fit for you.
First you may want to decide if you want traditional bifocal glasses with the noticeable lines in the lens clearly showing where the bifocal lens begins, or you may want to try no line bifocals so not everyone knows you’re wearing bifocal glasses. Innovations in lenses have brought us progressive lenses but these innovations have also made them lighter and offered additional properties including scratch resistant or anti-reflective coatings to protect the lenses and improve your vision. Continue reading
Bifocals bear Benjamin Franklin’s name because he is believed to be the first person to wear a lens that allowed for both distance and close-up focus. There may have been others who were also thinking about the issue of needing a bifocal lens, but it is generally believed that Benjamin Franklin was the first person to create and wear them.
As part of the aging process, our vision begins to change. It happens to all of us. At some point it becomes more and more difficult to see things close up and further away. Before long bifocals become part of our vocabulary. Bifocal glasses have come a long way since being invented by Benjamin Franklin. Let’s take a look at where bifocal glasses came from and what we’re able to do with them now. Continue reading
Whether as a result of aging or a result of our genetics, at some point many of us will require bifocal reading glasses. And once we have those dazzling spectacles, it is important that we keep our bifocal reading glasses clean and well-maintained to ensure clarity in our daily lives.
I hope these relatively simple, common sense ideas will help you make the most of your bifocal reading glasses. Once you have the right pair of bifocals, you will cherish them for many years to come. They will become a part of your identity and bring greater clarity to your day-to-day life. Continue reading
Bifocal Reading Glasses presents you the History of Bifocals:
The origin of reading bifocals begins with the origin of magnification, which dates all the way back to Egyptian hieroglyphs around 700 BC.
The earliest written record of such magnification appears to be the first century AD when Seneca the Younger, a tutor of Emperor Nero, wrote how small letters could be made more large and clear using a “globe or glass filled with water.” Appropriately, there is written evidence that Emperor Nero’s enjoyment of gladiator games was improved by the use of a vision-correcting lens in the form of an emerald.
Later, many believe corrective lenses of some form were utilized by Abbas Ibn Firnas in the 9th century AD. Abbas Ibn Firnas developed a method to create clear glass. He shaped and polished the glass into rocks of round he called reading stones. The earliest concrete evidence of these sorts of magnifying devices (utilizing a convex lens to magnify an image) seems to be the Book of Optics, published by Alhazen in about 1021.
Translating this vital source of knowledge into Latin during the 12th century led to the earliest eyeglasses Continue reading
Welcome to Bifocal Reading Glasses!
Yes, this site will be all about a specific breed of spectacles those of us in our wiser years enjoy balancing on the end of our nose while we enjoy our literature.
Today you can enjoy some cool developments, such as bifocal reading glasses without that distracting line in your view.
Yes, my site’s new and not terribly substantial just yet, but hopefully you’ll return soon as I build out information on this oddly romantic and still functional top Continue reading