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PC Peekers Computer Glasses
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- Designed to overcome the optical limitations of bifocals, trifocals and "no-line" progressive lenses
- Designed by eye care professionals
- Provides the corrective lens power for a clearer and wider zone of vision eliminating the bobbing head and neck strain
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Second, they make my neck hurt from having to lower my head so much. These are not made to fit all types of frames, only frames that sit lower on the face of shorter people and have lower temple pieces. If you are taller or your frames are large (sitting higher on your nose) you'll have to lean your head down AND pull your glasses down on your nose to get these to work properly and sit in front of the top half of your eye, where your computer is.
They should make a large version that is one centimeter deeper in the lens, so people don't have to move them down on the nose to get them in front of the upper part of their eyes when their larger glasses have higher temples but also so that people with higher noses don't have to adjust and so that people who have larger lenses don't have to adjust, and so on and so forth. The list is too long to bother with but you get the point. Also, removing the need to tilt the head down would reduce neck strain. I had forgotten how much it hurts to tilt my head down for twenty minutes let alone two hours.
The idea for these is sound and actually even kind of brilliant but the inability to package these correctly and size them for larger heads, larger frames, higher ears, larger noses, higher lenses, etc. is wasteful to say the least. This company could dominate the market if they made multiple sizes of this and packaged them correctly to prevent scratching. Sad, given how much environmental waste scratched, returned and tossed products generate. Maybe another company will come along and pick up the slack.
Very disappointed, to say the least, but two stars for the concept and the fact that about half of the people I've talked to about it said that these fit their frames and eye position. Half is better than none so a D+ for the effort. Be warned, larger face, larger eared, higher eared, higher eyed, plastic frame wearing people, among others. These fit, according to my colleagues, metal frames with the temples at least a third of the way down the lens and faces that are delicate and or small. The people who have the most success seem to be women though we had one man with a smallish face who loves his. The man in my life couldn't even see out of them because the temples on his frames are so high (corner temples connecting to rectangular plastic frames). The Peekers basically began right where his computer screen ends (at the top) and moving his glasses down on his nose, in front of his eyes, still left them too high for his bi-focals line to be of any use. At least I had a chance to strain my neck and decide these aren't worth it. He couldn't even get a meaningful view. For the record, the usable portion of the lens, if you have higher temples, is just under one centimeter, top to bottom, the distance from below the tabs to the lowest part of the lens (which curves up at the sides and is actually even shorter in depth at most points along the bottom for that reason).
Good luck making your choice and finding what you need. If we're lucky, they'll come out with a large option at some point in the future.
If I was to offer any criticism, it would be a suggestion that the "wings" on the ends of them fold down or something to make it look less like I am a 747 or a bird. I could also use a touch stronger than 1.12x, but they are certainly working and I'm much happier.
Other than that, I love them.
They do correct my vision for the computer screen, but are uncomfortable. They slide around if you move your head a little too quickly, and they don't sit in the center for long because there's nothing to center them, they don't sit on your nose. They come with double-sided sticky pads to keep them from sliding around. After putting them on the handle you're supposed to take the plastic off the second sticky side, but that's very difficult and I ruined a couple of them trying
If you're successful in removing the plastic, you'll find the PC Peekers stick hard to your glasses and it's an effort to remove them. Also, everything else sticks to the pads, including dust, paper, or anything else you may have, and after a bit they're not very sticky any more.
Moreover, the pads raise the Peekers up so you have even less of them to look through, and the bottom edge is moved even more into your line of sight
Before I got these I would put a pair of cheap reading glasses over my regular glasses. It was comfortable and worked quite well. But it looked funny and these looked like a better system. Boy was I mistaken! You'll be much better off buying a cheap pair of reading glasses at the drug store and wearing them over your regular glasses, and you can try them out first!
It's an expensive lesson -- I was stupid enough to buy two pair! Now they're heading for the recycle bin.