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Custom Computer Eyeglasses

Custom Computer Eyeglasses

(PRWEB) February 6, 2005

At, Optician John goes beyond the standard. He considers the ergonomic of eyeglasses before crafting the perfect pair. “A lot of people work and play on computer - they love their computer,” John says. “But after you spend a half an hour on the computer, your eyes start to feel dry and you lose the ability to focus clearly. This becomes even more apparent for people between the ages of 42 to 55, when the ability to focus becomes more difficult”. To compensate, people typically adjust their computer monitor, enlarge their font size and lift their chins. John has a more effective solution.

“I build a tool that allows vision range to switch easily from computer to reading,” he says. “We must consider your entire workplace environment when designing you a custom pair of computer eyeglasses.” Many factors are considered when customizing a pair of eyeglasses including the distance from a person eyes to their task. Non-glare coatings reduce reflection, which reduces the strain on your eyes. custom computer eyeglasses increase productivity while improving clarity. “Every week, I sit down with even more clients to thoroughly discuss effective option that will address their optical needs in their working and living environment. The right eyeglasses improve their lives,” John says. “Eyeglasses designed specifically for your needs will let you see with sharper focus.”

Computer eyeglasses are no line multi-focal lenses, which provide excellent clarity and convenience so one pair can handle many task. crafts all eyeglasses on the premises in on-site lab. “We specialize in making task-specific eyeglasses,” john says.” When our customers realize we can do this for them, they are ecstatic.”

At, your new eyeglasses aren’t perfect until you decide they are. “Everything we do”, says john, “we do till you’re happy.”

Come in today to see how much better your life can be.


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