Comments for The Fine Print Blog //wp.readers.com/blog by Readers.com Mon, 18 Apr 2016 03:43:00 +0000 hourly 1 //wordpress.org/?v=4.8.3 Comment on What Strength Reading Glasses Do I Need? by Sarah //wp.readers.com/blog/glasses/reading-glasses-power-finder/#comment-1734 Mon, 18 Apr 2016 03:43:00 +0000 //www.readers.com/resources/?page_id=2675#comment-1734 I can see them all without any readers but my question is I have trouble seeing small print would readers be a good option for me?

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Comment on What Strength Reading Glasses Do I Need? by Terry Caporaso Aulisio //wp.readers.com/blog/glasses/reading-glasses-power-finder/#comment-1733 Fri, 15 Apr 2016 21:24:00 +0000 //www.readers.com/resources/?page_id=2675#comment-1733 I got a problem. When to dr yesterday got my eye exam. Normally I have just used over the counter readers. I wore 1.75. But we just got eye insurance and thought I would use it. Dr gave me an prescription for 3.25. Went to pick up my glasses I could read but everything was blurry. Told the girl I did not want them. She was insisting I take them and get used to them. I refused, so now I have to go back and dr has to re check me. Now I am confused asked her about progressive glasses she said I could get them and my prescription would be 1.50 on top and 1.75 on bottom. I said ok, she said but your 3.25 glasses should cover it because it adds up to it. Ttotaly confused.

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Comment on What Strength Reading Glasses Do I Need? by George Weber //wp.readers.com/blog/glasses/reading-glasses-power-finder/#comment-1732 Tue, 05 Apr 2016 10:53:00 +0000 //www.readers.com/resources/?page_id=2675#comment-1732 If the 14″ is correct for reading glasses, what’s the correct distance for computer or piano music reading? I think it’s more like 20″.

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Comment on What Strength Reading Glasses Do I Need? by Readers.com //wp.readers.com/blog/glasses/reading-glasses-power-finder/#comment-1731 Mon, 04 Apr 2016 15:46:00 +0000 //www.readers.com/resources/?page_id=2675#comment-1731 Hello! Our optician would be happy to assist you. We also have customizable reading glasses if you find you need a different power in each eye.

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Comment on What Strength Reading Glasses Do I Need? by Readers.com //wp.readers.com/blog/glasses/reading-glasses-power-finder/#comment-1730 Mon, 04 Apr 2016 15:45:00 +0000 //www.readers.com/resources/?page_id=2675#comment-1730 Hi Sarah, if you’re having trouble determining your power from the diopter chart, you can give us a call at 1-800-210-3975. Just ask for our optician, and she would be happy to assist you. Let us know if you have any other questions.

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Comment on What Strength Reading Glasses Do I Need? by Lucy //wp.readers.com/blog/glasses/reading-glasses-power-finder/#comment-1729 Sat, 02 Apr 2016 21:04:00 +0000 //www.readers.com/resources/?page_id=2675#comment-1729 The chart is to be read without anything on so you can determine what strength in readers you need to buy.

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Comment on What Strength Reading Glasses Do I Need? by Sarah Thomas Dulis //wp.readers.com/blog/glasses/reading-glasses-power-finder/#comment-1728 Fri, 01 Apr 2016 07:53:00 +0000 //www.readers.com/resources/?page_id=2675#comment-1728 Hi! I need someone’s help. I wear glasses and u am shortsighted. My optometrist have always told me that my power is 50 on each side. But when I try to find on the Internet, everything is in point form (Eg. -1.50 or +2.00.) So I don’t know how to read it. Reason why I need to know this is because I have considered about wearing contact lens but I need to know which power suits me.

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Comment on What Strength Reading Glasses Do I Need? by weebit //wp.readers.com/blog/glasses/reading-glasses-power-finder/#comment-1727 Thu, 24 Mar 2016 22:21:00 +0000 //www.readers.com/resources/?page_id=2675#comment-1727 from my eye test I need 2.50 or 2.75 it’s hard to tell. When i wear this strength (both) My eyes feel funny and hurt and i have to remove them. Reading glasses are not for me?

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Comment on Ten Things the Eye Doctor Might Not Tell You by Eric H //wp.readers.com/blog/eye-health/eye-doctor-myths/#comment-151 Fri, 18 Mar 2016 19:09:00 +0000 //www.readers.com/blog/?page_id=2603#comment-151 Wrong! Optometrist here. 5 years out of training. I treat just as many infections, red eyes, glaucoma, and non-routine stuff as I do glasses or contact lens patients. Legally mind you… I don’t know who wrote this foolishness, but it is very misleading and wrong.

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Comment on Ten Things the Eye Doctor Might Not Tell You by Marina //wp.readers.com/blog/eye-health/eye-doctor-myths/#comment-150 Tue, 15 Mar 2016 19:47:00 +0000 //www.readers.com/blog/?page_id=2603#comment-150 I have several pairs of glasses from my doctor and several from online. I only like one pair from my doctor and I am IN LOVE with two pairs I got online. I put my prescription in and I kept track of all the measurements of the glasses I got online. I returned two pairs I didn’t like. I learned that the height of the lens was not right for me and made a note of it. Now I know which ones I would like by reading the exact measurements of the glasses. I love being able to buy multiple pairs of glasses for the price of one at the doctor.

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