Sun Reader Yellow

Price 26.90 4% VAT included

The frames are made in polycarbonate, a very durable polymer, and weigh is 30% less than a common frames for absolute comfort!

The Aspherical pre-graduated lenses are made of high quality synthetic anti-shock material and CE certified.

Available with dioptric power: +1.00 +1.50 +2.00 +2.50 +3.00

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The Shinoox® SUN reading glasses, fitted with graded aspherical lenses with UV filter for optimal vision and at the same time protection from the sun in outdoor.

The lenses of Shinoox® SUN Readers, allow an optimal vision even for backlit reading. The special lenses allow light to pass in order to be able to read perfectly and at the same time protect against UV rays.

The frame is made of polycarbonate, a very durable but lightweight polymer: weigh 30% less than a common frame for absolute comfort! Pre-graduated aspherical lenses are made of high quality synthetic unbreackable material, CE certified. Pre-graduated aspherical lenses are made of high quality synthetic unbreackable material, CE certified.

Powers: +1, +1.5, +2, +2.5, +3

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Shinoox® Reading Glasses are reading glasses for presbyopia (difficulty seeing closely)
Presbyopia manifests itself as difficulty in focusing closely: it is difficult to read, work on the computer, etc. This happens because the available eye accommodation level has become insufficient to ensure focus at short distances. It occurs between the ages of 40 and 50.

To avoid straining the eye, the use of corrective lenses for near reading becomes indispensable, when the residual level of accommodation is low, and any attempt to focus naturally can create visual fatigue, burning eyes and headaches. , especially in the absence of strong lighting.
Shinoox® lenses are aspherical and of high optical quality, which means they guarantee a clear and total field of vision without peripheral distortions, an effect that is found in cheap reading glasses.

ATTENTION
Reading glasses are recommended in cases where the dioptric correction is symmetrical for both eyes. Self-diagnosis cannot replace the evaluation of your ophthalmologist.