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Chic and clever meets technology.
Look like a celeb. You'll see these on popular TV shows like CSI-NY, where a very quirky pathologist wears CLICs weekly. Wild man William H. Macy sports a pair in the motorcycle flick Wild Hogs."
NEVER LOSE YOUR READING GLASSES AGAIN
CliC Eyewear has a magnetic closure on the bridge and continuous temples that form a wrap-around neck band. Place the flexible neckband around your head and the magnetic closure in the bridge will "clic" into place. The temple length will adjust an inch or so. Relax, CliC readers won't slide down your nose or slip off if you happen to bend over a bit too far. When you want to take them off, simply separate the eye pieces and let them hang around your neck.
Clever, patented magnetic bridge closure using an "earth magnet" Yes, that's right. The most powerful magnets on earth are nestled in the bridge of these amazing readers. These magnets are a strong combination of neodymium, iron and boron. They are so strong that when the magnets pull towards one another and close, you will hear the "click."
You're probably thinking, "Are they really THAT strong?" Yep. They were tested in the Harley Davidson wind tunnels with winds up to 143.75mph. That's really, really fast. What happened? Nothing much. The Clic glasses stayed right in place. Clicked.
- CliC Reader - Original Fit - Average & Average to Narrower face width
- CliC Euro - Average & Average to slightly wider face width
- CliC Long - Average face width & longer temple length adjustment
- CliC XXL - A wider design that combines adjustment for temple length along with expandable headband for even wider fit.
- CliC Classic - Round full frame shape - Average face width
- CliC Sonoma - Semi Rimless shaped half reader fits average & Average to slightly fuller face width.
- CliC Ashbury - Wayfarer style & Average face width
- *Note: Not available for sale outside USA.
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12 Product Reviews
They're great. Haven't lost a pair yet. I used to loose at least a pair of readers per week.
J. D. Hart Location: Spencer, IA August 18, 2014
Primetime reading sunglasses
This is my third pair of Clic glasses and I enjoy them all. Getting the correct fit can be a bit difficult so buying from Amazon Prime is pretty important and trouble free in case you need to re-order. These glasses are a bit heavier than my \"reader-only\" pairs and the magnet seemed to be a bit weak at first use. Part of that problem was the pressure being applied by my hair (\"pony-tail), but after adjusting the length and where I put my hair up the glasses have stayed connected well (before they tended to sag). \r\nI suggest one look closely at the hinge point of connection, some of the larger (wider) sizes have a bend there and others in the normal size have a bend, but the glasses are not as wide. Overall I like the product and the lenses seem to be of much higher quality than \"drug-store\" brands.
Anonymous Location: Anonymous July 15, 2014
Problem I had too large on the neck piece for me...was not comfortable...more for a guy....gave them to my son.
Anonymous Location: Anonymous September 14, 2013
In constant use... takes quite a lot of abuse. Still holding up
Charlie Location: Hendersonville, TN August 01, 2013
not very comfortable
If the glasses are adjusted to fit snug the magnet that holds the glasses together releases frequently. The back strap is so rigid that if you contact the back of a chair it pushes the glasses off your face. Definitely won't buy a second pair.
Anonymous Location: Anonymous April 29, 2013
I'm a huge Clic fan
I'm a huge fan of Clic readers. The bifocal sunreaders are outstanding!
Rick Location: Cedar Rapids February 03, 2013
I love thes "CSI" style glasses that snap shut and open with magnets just like the ones on tv. I have had so many coments. Love them. I am going to try to find plain reading glasess like the shades I bought!
BOnnie Location: Copperopolis CA January 26, 2013
Great idea that works well! Keep in car and wear while running around, just keep around neck while inside, and ready to go when I'm back outside. No fumbling around to keep in pocket etc.. Good quality and price.
Dave Location: ATL, GA January 19, 2013
A little on the stiff side at first, but soon loosened up. I might go for the "progressive" version next time (albeit a little more expensive). The bifocal "edge" is a little abrupt
Charlie M Location: Nashville October 16, 2012
Very pleased with the quality and servicability of the product.
Mark Biller September 19, 2012
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