The Moss Multifocal Computer Reader

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The Moss Multifocal Computer Reader

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Non-Bifocal Reading Glasses

Non-Bifocal Lenses

Units: mm in

  • Frame Width
    Wide:
    5.39 in137 mm
  • Frame Height
    Large:
    1.65 in42 mm
  • Temple Length
    Average:
    5.35 in136 mm
  • Bridge Size
    Wide:
    0.87 in22 mm

Keep your glasses on longer throughout the day with The Moss Multifocal Computer Reader. This browline computer reader has 3 main powers in each lens. The bottom portion is the reading power of your choosing, the middle portion of the lens is about half the magnification for computer use, and the top portion is the weakest power allowing you to view across your desk.

  • Thin & Lightweight Aspheric Lenses
Wide Fit
  • Width
    5.39in / 137mm
  • Eye Height
    1.65in / 42mm
  • Temple
    5.35in / 136mm
  • Bridge
    0.87in / 22mm

Units: mm in

  • Frame Width
    Wide:
    5.39 in137 mm
  • Frame Height
    Large:
    1.65 in42 mm
  • Temple Length
    Average:
    5.35 in136 mm
  • Bridge Size
    Wide:
    0.87 in22 mm
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By Anonymous
5.0
Surprised12/18/2017
Comments

I use these readers while on the computer or reading, I did not realize they were multifocal until they arrived. I have been surprised at how well they work and can even wear them when I drive.

Pros
Accurate Magnification, Sturdy, Comfortable, High Quality, Stylish, True To Size
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By Jeanne S.
5.0
Going for a second pair!12/1/2017
Comments

I am on my computer anywhere from 10-14 hours a day and with The Moss multi-focal computer reader's has made the eye strain I was experiencing almost non-existence. I love the fact that I don't have to keep removing them when I have to look across the room to read boards and charts. Love these readers.

Pros
Accurate Magnification, Sturdy, High Quality, Stylish, True To Size
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By Ellen L.
4.0
Gorgeous readers11/30/2017
Comments

I still want bigger area of no magnification in my computer readers so I can actually see distance with them on! Otherwise wonderful!

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By Denise Dube
5.0
12/19/2017
Comments

Love the style but the bottom reading part is to thin to actually read.

Pros
Comfortable, Stylish, True To Size
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By vberg28
4.0
What a find!12/4/2017
Comments

Battling seeing computer with readers ... either way the screen was fuzzy with or without the readers ... these save the day and allow easy to read screen, sharp close up reading, and NOT having to take on and off all day to talk with whoever enters the office. These are definitely keepers for the office desk ... will eventually acquire second pair for home use...

Pros
Accurate Magnification, Lightweight, Sturdy, Comfortable, High Quality, Stylish, True To Size
Cons
Flimsy
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By Anonymous
1.0
Broke2/22/2018
Comments

3 days and useless

Cons
Break Easily
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Response from

Readers.com
02/22/2018

Thank you for your feedback. I am so sorry to hear that your glasses have already broken. A member of our customer happiness team is reaching out shortly to see if we can help. Have a nice day!

By Anonymous
1.0
Work great at the computer but screw came out and arm fell off t2/19/2018
Comments

Screw came out and arm fell off third time I wore them

Pros
Accurate Magnification, True To Size
Cons
Break Easily, Poor Quality
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By Doug
4.0
I like them except for the screw loosening within a week.1/29/2018
Comments

I love being able to work at getting distances within arm's reach. I did not like the arm screw falling out within a week. I got lucky and found it.

Pros
Accurate Magnification
Cons
Heavy
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By Thomas M.
4.0
I like the glasses1/10/2018
Comments

I had, and lost, a pair of Ray-Ban Clubmaster Rx5154 bi-focal eyeglasses; 51x39.6 lense, 21 bridge, 145 temple. These fit roughly the same, though the lenses are more squared off on the botton and just slightly taller. Other than that, they fit and look very much the same. I have a new set of the same Ray-Ban frames, I just haven't gotten around to having my prescription put in them yet.rnrnI do like these readers. The frames are slightly less substantial-feeling than the Ray-Bans (expected considering the price difference), but not bad for a pair of $25 readers. The "distance" portion of the lense, though, is virtually non-existent. I have another "Wayfarer" style multi-focal set, also from Readers.com, wherein the non-magnified distance portion was very slight at the very top of the lense -- this "Clubmaster" style though, there really is zero non-magnified distance.rnrnMy bifocals always drive me crazy because I work on multiple computer screens all day. I keep my screen resolution fairly high, and the text fairly small, and I would literally have to lift my glasses off my face and lean in to see my screens clearly. With these lenses, I still have my close up reading, and my computer screens are fairly focused at around 18-24 inches. Anything beyond that and I do have to lean in slightly.rnrnThe problem comes in when I need "distance" (walking around or driving). I love the style and would love to be able to wear them as regular glasses without taking them on and off all day (my distance vision is not too bad -- mostly needed when driving to see street names or building signage at a distance). The lack of a non-magnification top portion precludes this though. Everything at a distance is much blurrier than wearing no glasses at all.rnrnLooks like I'll have to just use these as (a favorite) computer/reading lense until I get tri-focal lenses installed in my new frames (God, I'm getting old).rnrnFor the price, overall, I am not unhappy with my purchase and may purchase another pair to keep as a spare at home.

Pros
Accurate Magnification, Lightweight, Sturdy, Comfortable, High Quality, Stylish, True To Size
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By L-dog
5.0
I like them a lot1/1/2018
Comments

This was the first pair I bought from Readers.com. They are really nice glasses. I usually don't like the nose pads, and didn't realize they were there until I got them, but they are not uncomfortable.

Pros
Lightweight, Sturdy, Comfortable
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