With sun reading glasses, wearers can express their personal style while improving their vision and protecting their eyes.
Miami (PRWEB) July 2, 2008
Sun reading glasses, or sunreaders, are essential summer gear for people over 40 years old, says VisAcuity.com LLC spokesman Mark Levit.
Everybody needs protection from the sun but this group also requires additional magnification for up-close outdoor activities such as reading. Most people over 40 are affected by Presbyopia, a non-preventable natural condition. Presbyopia is a decrease in the eyes' elasticity resulting in blurred close-up vision.
"Sun reading glasses, available in lots of cool designs, enable Baby Boomers, Senior Citizens, and, recently, Leading Edge Generation Xers to read books and magazines in the sun," according to Levit.
Levit continued, "Many sun reading glasses are available as bifocals. Bifocal sun reading glasses provide no magnification at the top of the lens but supply magnification at the bottom for use when the wearer engages in activities requiring both distance and close-up vision such as driving."
"Sun reading glasses are practical and fun, especially for those who are fashion conscious," said Levit. "With sun reading glasses, wearers can express their personal style while improving their vision and protecting their eyes."
Levit continued, "Designer sun reading glasses -- sunreaders -- provide an opportunity to present a youthful appearance while seeing clearly."
"Reading sunglasses are an essential addition to the summer wardrobes of nearly everyone over 40," concluded Levit.
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