Don't shrug this one off! The Atlas reader is semi-rimless, allowing you to see over the top without obstructing your vision. It features spring hinges and adjustable nose pads.
- Spring Hinges
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These readers are very comfortable and I keep them in my purse. I don't know if the lenses scratch easily, because I keep them in a hard case. They fit well and they don't "fall down my nose." They are quite attractive and the frames are light.
Keep these in my pocket for the grocery or other shopping. I can walk around with them on (Low on my nose) and only use the magnification when I need it. Read one review saying they are flimsy, I disagree, they are flexible and light weight, wouldn't say they are flimsy. You'd have to bend them a long way to break them. rn
These readers do the job, but they ride too low on my nose. That might be the intent of the half-frame design, but I'm not fond of the feel.rnrnThat being said, they work OK for reading the newspaper while occasionally glancing across the room at the TV.
The Magnum were out of stock in my magnification.rn
Use them all the time. Work very well. Temples are a bit short fo me. Otherwise fine.
These are great for reading. I read a lot and these are better for reading than my current prescription "no lines" lenses. They are comfortable and the magnification is perfect for me. The spring hinges and lightweight design are great for this price range reader. Love them!
I purchased a variety of frames, and overall am very happy with readers.com. This particular kind of frame, however.. at least with the Atlas and the Garrison.. tend to separate from the lenses, which are held in by a thin vinyl strand, akin to fishing line or dental floss. I also found the lightweight nature of these readers awkward, because they are not held down by gravity. Instead, they bounce on your nose.