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The Seattle Computer Reader

3.7
(160 reviews)
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    The Seattle Computer Reader is a unique pair of bi-focal reading glasses that allow you to work at your computer and read at the same time. The Seattle comes in a handsome gold frame with adjustable hinges and nose pieces. The rimless lenses have an anti-glare coating to increase your range of vision and comes with a brown leatherette pouch to help keep your glasses safe. 

    The bottom section of the lens is available in several magnification choices, while the top part of the lens is automatically adjusted to your perfect "middle vision," for reading the computer screen. (The top power is approximately half of the power you select for the bottom half of the glasses).To purchase, simply choose the power that you typically use to read books, magazines, etc. from the drop down menu.

    • Spring Hinges
    • Optical Quality Frame
    • Yellow Tinted Low Light Lenses
    • Anti-Reflective Lens Coating
    • Case Included
    • Metal Frame
    Average Fit
    • Width
      5.31in / 135mm
    • Eye Height
      1.26in / 32mm
    • Temple
      5.39in / 137mm
    • Bridge
      0.67in / 17mm
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    1-800-210-3975
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    By dlh
    2.0
    Came apart on 1/11/2017
    Comments

    The glasses came apart after a couple of weeks. The left leg came off. I was able to find and fasten the two plastic washers to attach the leg to the frame. But the end piece is missing so the leg isn't secure. I have tape over it to keep it in place. I don't think they are worth asking for a replacement.rnrnThe lower, higher magnification is in half circles in the lenses. It would be better if the magnification spread across the entire lower part of the lenses.rnrnI would have done this review using the email link but that did not work.

    Pros
    Accurate Magnification, Comfortable
    Cons
    Flimsy
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    Response from

    Readers.com
    01/18/2017

    Hello! Thanks for the feedback and we're so sorry that the glasses have already broken. We want to try to fix that for you. Check your email for a response from our Customer Happiness team. -Chassidy

    By M. Penrod
    4.0
    Well made readers12/15/2016
    Comments

    These computer readers are sturdy and offer good vision while working on the computer. The only down side to them are they are a bit heavy. But I would buy these again if I need them.

    Pros
    Accurate Magnification, Sturdy, Scratch Resistant
    Cons
    Heavy
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    By Glen H.
    5.0
    Excellent for computer work and reading data12/3/2016
    Comments

    I use these while working on my laptop as the half power is just right to see the monitor and the bifocal power permit easy reading of my handwritten draft or other data which I need to input into my system.

    Pros
    Accurate Magnification, Lightweight, Comfortable
    Cons
    Priced Too High
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    By Bill S
    2.0
    Eh... Fair I guess12/1/2016
    Comments

    These are just 1.50 strength (or so) glasses with 1.75 bifocal stick-ons. Wasn't expecting invisible line bifocals, but wasn't expecting stick-ons either. They'll do, but don't compare to better glasses I've purchased online for less. Sticking with that online bookstore that starts with A from now on.

    Pros
    Accurate Magnification, Comfortable
    Cons
    Poor Quality
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    By Anonymous
    3.0
    12/1/2016
    Comments

    Good glass put lost nut after a week. Need to keep a good eye on nuts and tighten off.

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    Response from

    Readers.com
    12/04/2016

    Hi! Thank you for submitting feedback on The Seattle Computer Reader. We're sorry to learn that you've had issues with your pair. Please check your email for a message from one of our Customer Happiness Representatives! - Elizabeth

    By Jim C.
    1.0
    Even the second pair was unuseable11/16/2016
    Comments

    First pair - right bifocal cocked to one side. Second pair - center bridge cross piece not level & not adjustable. Nose support not square. Really poor quality.

    Pros
    Lightweight
    Cons
    Uncomfortable, Poor Quality
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    Response from

    Readers.com
    11/16/2016

    Hi, Jim! Thanks for taking the time to provide feedback to us. I'm sorry that The Seattle Computer Reader arrived crooked. We show that our Customer Happiness team worked with you to find a solution. If there is anything else you need, please don't hesitate to reach out. We're always happy to help! ~Nichole

    By Glenn
    3.0
    Just OK10/22/2016
    Comments

    Decent readers. I like the bifocal design, but they literally fell apart after wearing them one week. One of the small nuts came off, and is gone. Not the best design, regarding durability.

    Pros
    Accurate Magnification, Lightweight
    Cons
    Poor Quality
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    By Lynn K
    5.0
    Excellent, these glasses were exactly what I was looking for.10/10/2016
    Comments

    Perfect for working on the computer & reading close up.

    Pros
    Lightweight, Comfortable
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    By Anonymous
    5.0
    My 2nd pair6/14/2016
    Comments

    This is the 2nd time I have bought these but in a higher strength. The screws did come loose so I tightened them & put a tiny dab of nail polish on each screw ( glue would work too) lol. That has solved that problem easily.

    Pros
    Accurate Magnification, Lightweight, Sturdy, Comfortable, High Quality, Scratch Resistant, Stylish, True To Size
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    By Sandy R
    4.0
    4/16/2016
    Comments

    I am 65 and I needed readers for my job which is extensive computer work after my cataract surgery and distance lenses were put in. These gradual magnification lenses work real well but I do want to try some that are no line. As all these type readers, the transition between magnification levels is very annoying to me. But I guess I will have to get used to it. For the price these are a great purchase for me.

    Pros
    Accurate Magnification, Lightweight, Stylish
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