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August 15, 2010


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Bogie--I must be reading the info at the TruFocal site without understanding. They keep talking about sliding something on the bridge to get the focal length that is needed. If this means I must slide something on the bridge of my glasses, I would think that it would be a pain in the butt.

I've always been pleased with the multi-focal lenses that I've bought (once they get each pair right, that is) and still wear the pair that I bought 20 years ago when doing yard work. Actually, that is my favorite pair of lenses; but, they are the huge lenses (cover a lot of territory) and weigh a ton!


Yes, you can adjust as needed. This might seem like a pain in the butt to some, but I cannot get used to the multi-focals that I got in the spring. The glasses seem to distort things even more on top of my KC.

additionally, for sports that require one to see at short distances from the center of the lens (instead of the bottom, the advantage is huge.

No, it may not be for everyone, but for some applications, I can see where they would be of good use.

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