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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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18 Product Reviews
brought two pair broke the first one same week over all good to go.
Dennis Stephens Location: Fairburn, GA December 10, 2014
Good but not for me
I don't think of myself as a big headed guy, but even at the full extension they would not stay closed. Called and spoke to Peggy, she was very pleasant and helpful.
Jim Location: Oklahoma November 18, 2014
Clic Ashbury too narrow
Had a similar pair before but frame was lighter snd wider at temple area. These rims are too thick snd unclick too easily and frequently. Appear to br well mzde.
Anonymous Location: Anonymous September 16, 2014
Really enjoy these reading glasses and the click feature is great!
Elva Layfield Location: Hebron, MD September 05, 2014
I am "over forty" and need reading glasses. I am also a woodworker and classic car mechanic. I constantly am putting glasses on and taking them off. I then set them down and don't know where I left them. I tried having six pairs of readers all over the place, but they all seem to all end up in one place. Recently in watching the show "This Old House" one of the hosts used a pair similar to Clic readers. I immediately went on line to find them and found your firm. Your website was easy to use, shipping was fast, and I am now using the best solution to "need reading glasses eyes" ever. What a great concept in eye wear.
JB Klunder Location: Grand Rapids, Michigan March 08, 2014
Convenient and well made, but need a design with larger lenses
The frames and lenses are well made and of high quality. They are also very convenient to use, although sitting back against something can shove them down your nose.For someone used to larger lenses, the lenses are a bit small. A design with larger, rimless lenses would be welcome.
Frank Location: Washington January 08, 2014
Best gift under the tree
My husband loves the glasses.
Debra Richmond Location: East Point, GA January 07, 2014
very practical but with a few drawbacks
I purchased the Ashbury 2.50 reading glasses. Overall, I am quite satisfied both with the concept of being so handy and with the quality of the frame and the effectiveness of the magnet. These pros outweigh the cons. The "cons" are: the sides press against my temples (and I don't have a wide head) and the backs, being rigid, get in the way if you lean your head against a recliner or pillow. Also, if you adjust the length of the temples so that they're snug, the glass un-"clic" when you bend look-up. Overall, though, I am satisfied with my purchase.
Peter Location: Tri-Cities, TN August 24, 2013
I made a bad choice. I previously bought a pair but these are far too big and unsightly.
George Singley Location: Voorhees August 23, 2013
always losing my reading glasses until i bought these magnetic glasses. i've had my first pair for over 2 years and am only buying new ones because my grandson broke my other ones. great because they hang on your neck.
layo Location: oakland, ca April 17, 2013
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