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  • Optx 20/20 Stick-On Bifocals, +150
  • Optx 20/20 Stick-On Bifocals, +150
  • Optx 20/20 Stick-On Bifocals, +150
  • Optx 20/20 Stick-On Bifocals, +150
  • Optx 20/20 Stick-On Bifocals, +150
  • Optx 20/20 Stick-On Bifocals, +150
  • Optx 20/20 Stick-On Bifocals, +150

OPTX 20/20

Optx 20/20 Stick-On Bifocals, +150

OPTX 20/20

Optx 20/20 Stick-On Bifocals, +150

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Product Description Product Description
  • Stick on bifocals that are removable
  • Can be reused
  • Fits glasses of all sizes
  • Just add water and they stick
  • Made in the USA
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Works, in a limited wayI purchased these for use in a dive mask, used for scuba diving. When using my contacts, I need mild reading glasses, and for diving I was concerned I'd need correction for reading my dive computer, and operating a GoPro.Did I need them? No. I chose +1.5 correction, and the natural refraction difference between air and water rendered them unnecessary. I was able to see close just fine without the lenses. If you intend to use them this way for diving, and only need light correction, you might reconsider.How did I attach them? Based on other reviews, I decided to try two methods. On one side, I attached the lens to the inside of the mask using the manufacturers recommendations (using a water film, and allowing to dry as recommended). On the other side, I used clear silicone RTV to glue the lens to the inside of the mask, and allowed to cure for many days.In both cases, I cleaned the mask with vinegar, and then Zeiss lens cleaner. before applying.How did it work?The lens attached with RTV did have some blurriness. I tried to make the adhesive layer as thin and consistent as possible, but there were some variations. The lens attached with the water film was acceptably clear.The lens attached with RTV came off after 3 dives.The lens attached with the water film remained attached for the entire trip (roughly 20 dives).I wish I had had the time (and energy) to try reattaching the RTV lens to the outside of the mask using the water film method. 3reusable, removable, converts any existing glasses to reading glasses or increases power of themIMHO - The amount of light to the eye influences the power you will need, so get a higher power for sunglasses.These can be cut to any shape to reduce the height/width profile to limit field range affected by these lenses. I love my Mai Jim sunglasses and their ability to wrap around and shield the sun from both above the frame and sides, but was unable to read anything with them. I simply cut these lenses to the desired height/width and with a single drop of water apply them to my sun glasses and other eye wear. I wear my sun glasses during all activities, including swimming in both pool and ocean waters with significant time under the water, and so far the lenses have not washed off. However, you do need to rinse the lenses well for storage or you will get a white salt residue on them which reduces clarity.When I buy these lenses I get at least three different powers (e.g., 1.25, 1.50, 1.75) since the power needed will be influenced by the amount of light available to the eye (and sadly age/time - or as arms get shorter, hmmm maybe that is the problem). Therefore I'll add the 1.25 to the clear lenses I wear at work, and either 1.50 or 1.75 to the sunglasses depending on the light and activities. I'm fortunate I see things beyond the length of my arms, but need these lenses for close work, I can comfortably and quickly reuse these and stick them on any existing glasses (or goggles, safety glasses, scuba masks, etc.).I dislike having to carry any bags, purses, etc. which adapting any eye wear for all situations means I can enjoy my activities without having to carry or track multiple pairs of glasses or associated cases. To make life easier, if you think you'll need a particular power for more than one 'stick on' scenario, than buy that many; although they are easy to apply and remove back into the delivery case they came in, life is just easier (especially if you custom cut/trim them for an application) to just leave them on a particular item.Just a bit more information, when you can barely see that magnification circle area on glasses from the eye doctor, they are using the same stick on principal. I saw this when my husband went to the doctor to adjust his new glasses, they just peeled the circle off and 'stuck' a different mag lense on the glass, naturally I'm sure they used something other than a drop of water, but same principal. I tried getting glasses from 'eye glass places' several times but would significantly loose field of vision and felt I went from normal to legally blind - having the ability to trim and shape these lenses allows me to customize applications so I'm not looking through 'power' while walking or driving, etc. If you are really careful while trimming, you can get more than one application from a single set. For me, I only needed a very thin slice at very bottom of sunglasses so that it was not in vision field during normal activities and only enough there to intentionally view from bottom edge. 5Works great, try them "upside" down.Great solution to an everyday annoyance. You need your cheaters to read, but outside you need sunglasses too. Place these on your favorite pair of sunglasses and problem solved. A tip for installing these: place the straight edge along the bottom of your sunglasses lens. On these lenses, one edge is straight & the other is curved. Intuitively, you want to put these curved side down, but that limits your width of improved vision. With the straight side down, you get magnification all the way across your field of vision. Give it a try, if you don't like it then these lenses are very easy to remove & reset. 5Great invention for aging off roadersBy the time I hit 40, my eyesight for close distance started heading downhill. I love to ride dirt bikes and go exploring new areas, but that often requires the use of a GPS to find you way back to the truck at the end of the day! Over the last couple years my eyes had gotten to the point where doing this sort of riding was more an exercise in frustration than fun. In order to read the GPS, I would have to stop the bike, dig my glasses out of my pack, look at where I am and where I need to go, then put the glasses away and start again. It got to be really annoying.Then I came across these little gems. While they may seem expensive for little slivers of plastic, they have made all the difference in my enjoyment of riding again. All I had to do was wet them and stick them to the inside of my goggle lens to turn them in to bifocals. Much cheaper and easier than funding prescription goggles.They aren't perfect. It does take some fiddling to get them in place. And with the strong curvature of the goggle lens, they tend to peel up a little around the edges. They also seem a little vulnerable to being knocked off, but so far have stayed put. It may take some trial and error to get the right location, and I recommend new, clean lenses for the best adhesion. I find that my eyes quickly adapted though, and now I barely notice them.I'm thrilled that once again I can read my GPS without having to stop! 4Helpful in a pinchI lost my prescription reader sunglasses the week before vacation. Got some nice sunglasses on the trip but got tired of switching between readers and sunglasses every 10 minutes. The sunglasses shop guy recommended these and I ordered them and had them 2 days later, halfway through the trip. I would not use these permanently but they definitely came in handy and was able to walk around the shops back and forth between sunny out of doors and inside where I wanted to be able to see price tags, etc. Also able to read book on my phone/kindle without switching to readers. 4For some reason my eyes (brain) do not adjust to prescription glasses and feel like I'm in a tunnel with major headaches - evenI've used reading glasses for 5 years and my eyes started to get a little blurry in the distance. Finally went to eye doctor and got transition glasses for all troubled distances. For some reason my eyes (brain) do not adjust to prescription glasses and feel like I'm in a tunnel with major headaches - even after forcing myself to wear them for a month - and when taking them off, my vision was highly worse. So I purchased +1.00 reading glasses for distance and +2.50 glasses for reading. This got frustrating because I always had to have two glasses with me all the time. Solution? I purchase a +1.00 large full lens reader and bought a +1.5 (= +2.50 when stuck on lens) Optx Stick-on-byfocal to stick on my 1.0 reader and WAALAA - a homemade bifocal that works GREAT. 5Waste of moneyTotal waste you money! 1. Way to big for standard glasses - they take up over half the area of the lens.2. I had a hard time getting them to stick. 3. While they did magnify - it made everything blurry. You need to perfectly align to the focal point of your glasses, but every time I tried to adjust them they just peeled up.4. Sort of got them working then the first time I tried to clean the glasses they peeled up. Even though they are inexpensive compared to new glasses save yourself the hassle and frustration. Definitely not worth the money. 1A bit too large, but they work very well.I tried these on three different pairs of sunglasses with different shaped lenses, and they worked fine on all of them. I followed the directions, and have had no problems with these coming off. The optical quality is quite good.The only reason I gave these 4 stars instead of 5 is because they are a bit larger than I would like (I don't like the idea of trimming them). Most of my sunglasses tend to have shorter, wider lenses, which puts the tops of these a bit farther into my normal field of view than I like. I have no such problem using these on a pair of Ray-Ban Wayfarers. Instructions are provided for trimming them, but I haven't tried that yet. 4Excellent for scuba masksI'm currently 52 and simply can't focus on things close to my nose anymore. With the way water plays tricks with light, the issue gets worse underwater. I like to do underwater photography and video, but I wanted to be able to get a closer view of my camera LCD screen, so (despite some reviewers saying they didn't have luck with these stick-on lenses) I decided to give them a try for 15 bucks. Here's what I would tell people to do for better success:1. Despite what's been said, these absolutely will remain stuck, if you do what others have recommended which is to apply them with water and LET THEM DRY WITHOUT MOVING THEM FOR 24 HOURS. You only need a drop of water but make sure that any bubbles are worked out from under the lens, and let any excess water remain & evaporate which may get pushed out from underneath after setting them in place. If applying to a prescription mask which may have a curved surface, I won't predict how well they will stick. But when applied to my atomic aquatics venom frameless and following the instructions, they've stayed stuck now for 8 dives despite multiple applications of defog & mask scrub/cleaner. (I placed mine very low in the mask with the straight edge of the lens lined up against the vee of the mask nose section, so they look kind of like mouse ears. This has worked excellent for bifocal use, and does not obstruct my underwater view objectionably.) I do not let my mask sit in fresh water tubs on boats, but as an initial test, after they'd first adhered but before diving with them, I put some tap water in the mask and soaked overnight. They remained stuck. It's worth mentioning I cleaned the mask surface extremely well before applying them.2. They do indeed seem to fog up more easily than the mask glass, but when I properly applied sea drops defog they stayed clear on *most* dives. When I additionally scrubbed them using mask cleaner (or soft scrub) before applying defog, they seemed to fog even less. Using both products on every dive will be my protocol going forward.3. I bought the 1.5x version and I can focus on most anything right next to my face.Hope this helps -- 5STICK ON BIFOCALS WORK GREAT!So far I am liking these stick on bifocals just fine, and I will probably order another pair for my Maui Jim sunglasses. I can now read the information on my iPhone & computer as I ride my bike. I had watched a UTube that said a person would be wise to buy a higher power than the power you use in reading glasses because of the darkness of sunglasses. I have not found that to be true at all! I put these on my Oakleys, and I can see just fine. So far I have not put them into my actual Oakley's case that has a groove that the lens fit down into foam. I am hoping that when I do this it will not make the stick on bifocals peal away from the lens. We shall see tomorrow. At this point I am highly recommending them. 5
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