I have these glasses made out of some metal with a glass ceramic covering it. I was playing soccer and did a header and the left piece broke off close to the lens. What is the best way to fix this?(...
i put them in a contact case thingy with that liquid they come in. i used it for 3 days because i ran out. Will it do anything to my eyes? Can i use them for more than 1-day?...
what's the lowest magnification you can get for over the counter non- prescription reading glasses?
I'm lookin' for a pair of glasses to help me read the tiny a$$ print in my textbooks, but I've got 20/20 vision and don't want anything too extreme. The textbook print always gives me and my buds a headache and eye fatigue because we have to squint and put our nose into these books because they're so old they look like someone peed in them.
I saw +1.25 at Shoppers, but I was wondering if there's anything weaker than that?
I've never seen weaker than a + 1.00 in the ready mades. Try some other pharmacies , there should be some + 1.00 somewhere. I have them at my office so I know they are made.
Weaker ones exist -- I swear I've seen +1.00 somewhere. Probably a dollar store. I've never seen anything below +1, but it might exist.
I'm fairly sure that Shoppers Drug Mart never carries anything below +1.25, nor does Chapters or Sears or anywhere with the nice-ish ones. Lenscrafters also has ready-made ones, but I have no idea what powers and I imagine they're a bit more expensive.
I'll also follow this up with the obligatory "get your eyes checked" message -- you might have issues with eye coordination or other muscle strain that should be addressed with something other than reading glasses. Plus, if you're young enough to be a student, it's possible your provincial health plan will pay for the exam (with a valid health card) anyways.