Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 12, 2011
Many people need reading glasses as they age. But, reading glasses don't work well on computers- they are designed to magnify objects at a distance of around fourteen inches. Fine for reading a printed page, but, not for people who are multi-tasking: Reading, looking at a computer or smart phone, i-Pad and any number of devices.
Developed in France to specifically address the shortcoming of traditional reading glasses, SightLine Proximity Readers feature a unique lens design which provides three levels of magnification in one lens.
Even office workers who don't need distance or reading glasses now may be taxing their eyes unknowingly. "People may not realize that their eyes are working really hard to give them that vision," says Rachel Bishop, chief of the Consult Services Section at the National Eye Institute. "Mid-range glasses for working at the computer can make an enormous difference."