For those searching for a sportier look, try The Beasley reading glasses. These plastic readers feature rubberized details for a sleek aesthetic. Fully magnified lenses included.
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5.39in / 137mm
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1.69in / 43mm
5.43in / 138mm
0.67in / 17mm
I ordered these Beasley readers on May 15th and received them several days later. Within two weeks, they split where the colored part attaches to the rest of the earpiece. Fortunately I was able to use Superglue to repair the arm and the repair wasn't noticeable. Then, when I was on vacation in Boston (June 25-June 30), they broke at the hinge as I was taking them off to take a photo of Paul Revere's statue. After that, they were unusable. rnrnI did not treat them any differently than any other Readers.com glasses that I have worn over the past 3 years. I am extremely disappointed because I really liked their light weight and nice fit. As you can see from other reviews, these readers just don't last. Five weeks is just too short of a life for glasses,rn so I cannot recommend them. They really only lasted two weeks to the first break.
Took them on vacation the first week I had them and they broke.
I love The Beasley Reader! They are lightweight and stylish. They seem durable enough for my everyday use at work and at home. A few years ago, I had a pair of sunglasses made of the same lightweight, sort of rubbery, plastic. I loved them because they were so comfortable. I love that these feel like those old favorites. rnrnI ordered this pair to use as computer readers, so I ordered it in a magnification that is slightly more than half of my regular prescription. My normal reading prescription is 1.75, so I calculated (1.75/2) = 0.875, which would have indicated ordering a set at 1.00, but I had a pair of 1.00 glasses on hand, and I didn't think they had enough magnification for computer and laptop use, so I ordered The Beasley in 1.25 magnification. With the 1.25s, I can read my laptop screen, cellphone screen, and most printed text like business letters and a travel guide book (which has fairly small and compact print). rnrnI don't like using bifocal computer readers because I end up getting "lazy" and tilting my head up to use the 1.75 bifocal portion at the bottom of the lens. This makes me look like an idiot and hurts my neck; however, using 1.75 for ALL reading was making my eyes lazy (relaxing too much). Now I only use the 1.75 part of my bifocal readers when reading in bed, where the page contrast is lower and lighting is less bright (table lamps). rnrnGreat glasses! I like them so much that I've hardly even tried the other two pairs that I ordered the same day.
My husband loved these for about 3 weeks. Then they cracked & fell apart. We were very sad.
I really love these glasses but after a few weeks, they broke at the temple at the red rubber part..I had to glue is together. Then later it broke on the other side at the metal part that bends. When you get these, they make a creaking noise when you open and close them so their kind of stiff.rnI'll probably buy another pair.