The Tucson Dual Power Computer Reader

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The Tucson Dual Power Computer Reader

3.6
(92 reviews)
3.6
(92)
(92 reviews)
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Price:$29.95
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Discontinued

Readers.com is no longer carrying this style. We apologize for any inconvenience. We've picked out some similar styles that you might like. You can also call our Customer Happiness team at 1-800-210-3975 to assist you in finding a new style.

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    Units: mm in

    • Frame Width
      :
      5.12 in130 mm
    • Frame Height
      Average:
      1.26 in32 mm
    • Temple Length
      Average:
      5.31 in135 mm
    • Bridge Size
      Narrow:
      0.67 in17 mm

    Computer work is no longer a problem with The Tucson Computer Reader. This dual powered reader allows you to read printed material from the bottom of your lens, and use your middle vision to read and work from your computer screen. The anti-glare coating reduces eye fatigue, while the two-powered lens reduces neck and back strain. The Tucson has a semi-rimless frame that provides a comfortable fit and includes a pouch to keep your glasses safe.

    Please note: These readers contain 2 powers. The bottom power is for regular reading, while the top power is used for computer work. The top power is approximately half of the power you select for the bottom half of the glasses. To order these unique dual powered computer glasses, simply select the power you typically use for reading from the drop down menu.

    • Spring Hinges
    • Optical Quality Frame
    • Yellow Tinted Low Light Lenses
    • Anti-Reflective Lens Coating
    • Case Included
    • Plastic Frame
    Average Fit
    • Width
      5.12in / 130mm
    • Eye Height
      1.26in / 32mm
    • Temple
      5.31in / 135mm
    • Bridge
      0.67in / 17mm

    Units: mm in

    • Frame Width
      :
      5.12 in130 mm
    • Frame Height
      Average:
      1.26 in32 mm
    • Temple Length
      Average:
      5.31 in135 mm
    • Bridge Size
      Narrow:
      0.67 in17 mm
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    Order by phone at
    1-800-210-3975
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    By Ninjahippie
    5.0
    5.0
    (92)
    I have 3 pairs!11/18/2015
    Comments

    I am a sys admin and spend my entire working day (and more) in front of a computer. I generally use +2 readers. These bifocal readers have that and a +1 for looking at the screen as well as a phenomenal anti-glare high contrast coating similar to Gunnar glasses. They have made a huge difference for me. I keep a pair at each system (at work, and home) plus a spare. The frames are nicely made and have a spring tensioner in the temple.

    Bottom Line
    Recommended
    Pros
    Accurate Magnification, Comfortable, High Quality
    Best Uses
    Computer
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    By iLoveMyLife02
    3.0
    3.0
    (92)
    Pulls My Hair Out12/4/2016
    Comments

    I wore these glasses for a couple of months, but I ended up ordering a different style to replace them. First of all, I am a "put my glasses on my head" type of person, and the joint between the lens and the frame at the bridge would catch a hair or two each time. I was afraid I'd develop a bald spot, in addition to being uncomfortable and leaving a hair dangling from my glasses. Secondly, the style was just not right for me. I need a Wayfarer or soft cat-eye shape. These were rectangular and hid my eyelashes. The fell so that the horizontal top of the frame was right at the top of my eye (bottom of eyelid), with my eyebrows way above. I'd love to share a photo. I wish we could do that on this site.

    Pros
    Accurate Magnification, Lightweight
    Cons
    Uncomfortable, Poor Quality
    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.Was this review helpful to you?
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    Response from

    Readers.com
    12/04/2016

    Hello! Thank you for taking the time to review The Tucson Computer Reader. I'm so sorry to learn they caught in your hair (we certainly don't want you to have a bald spot from your readers!) and the style wasn't right. Please check your email from a message from our Customer Happiness team. - Elizabeth

    By Anonymous
    5.0
    5.0
    (92)
    I love these glasses never been disappointed by them.7/7/2016
    Comments

    I wear them everyday and I love them.

    Pros
    Accurate Magnification, Lightweight, Sturdy, Comfortable, High Quality, Stylish, True To Size
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    By Mr. Sandvik
    1.0
    1.0
    (92)
    These combo readers were unacceptable for me5/17/2016
    Comments

    The lower "reader" magnification was good though I'd prefer the magnification cover the entire width of the lens. These seem to have a curved edge placed near the center so you look a little cross-eyed through them.rnThe upper magnification for the "computer" view was utterly unusable. Left/right appear to be of dissimilar magnification and I could not find a focus point regardless of how close or how far I positioned myself from the screen.rnI'd rather be able to select a quality upper magnification for the PC screen and a custom reader reader magnification as opposed to an estimated ratio based on the reader magnification.

    Pros
    True To Size
    Cons
    Poor Quality
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    By Anonymous
    1.0
    1.0
    (92)
    These broke within two minutes, these are junk. I would like my12/21/2015
    Comments

    These are the worst I've ever received. DO NOT BUY THESE!!!

    Cons
    Break Easily, Flimsy, Poor Quality
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    By Larry
    1.0
    1.0
    (92)
    Bad alignment of lower magnifiers11/17/2015
    Comments

    The lower magnifiers were too close to the center line of the frame, and instead should have been closer to the center of the lenses. I had to return as the only way I could see thru the lower magnifiers was to look cross-eyed.

    Bottom Line
    Not Recommended
    Pros
    Stylish
    Cons
    Poor Quality
    Best Uses
    Computer
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    By Dexter
    3.0
    3.0
    (92)
    Tight Fit10/28/2015
    Comments

    Best for a smaller head and face. Too small for me. Hat size 7.

    Bottom Line
    Not Recommended
    Pros
    Sturdy, Lightweight, Durable, Accurate Magnification
    Cons
    Uncomfortable
    Best Uses
    Computer, Spare Pair, Reading
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    By Dan
    2.0
    2.0
    (92)
    Made of cheap plastic9/25/2015
    Comments

    The frame broke at the hinge while removing them from my head. Obviously made of cheap plastic.

    Bottom Line
    Not Recommended
    Pros
    Accurate Magnification
    Cons
    Break Easily
    Best Uses
    Reading, Computer
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    By E.
    5.0
    5.0
    (92)
    Love these readers!9/24/2015
    Comments

    These readers are wonderful. I use them for desk/computer work, where I switch sources frequently. Love being able to easily switch from mid-range to reading range without struggling.

    Bottom Line
    Recommended
    Pros
    High Quality, Comfortable, Durable, Accurate Magnification, Lightweight
    Best Uses
    Reading, Computer
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    By DM
    2.0
    2.0
    (92)
    Look good, work well, break easy.8/16/2015
    Comments

    I've ordered 3 pair over the years because they look good, work well and are priced right. Unfortunately the nylon string breaks free from the frame. Have to trash.

    Bottom Line
    Not Recommended
    Pros
    Lightweight, Accurate Magnification, Stylish
    Cons
    Break Easily, Uncomfortable
    Best Uses
    Computer, Reading
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