Designer Collection by
Our 1949 collection reminisces an era defined by Harry Truman and horn-rimmed glasses. This retro inspired shape is enhanced by the modern comfort of spring hinges and silicone nose pads.
The Upper portions of your lenses are clear. As you lower your eyes, the magnification increases gradually allowing you to see better at different close up distances.
CR39 Optical resin. 1.50 index of refraction.
- *Companion case included with each frame.
- *Micro-fiber cleaning cloth included with each order.
- Optical grade plastic with metal accents
- Retro design
- Spring hinges
- Mini-round silicone comfort nose pads
- Lightweight optical quality plastic
- Distortion free
- Thin profile
- Scratch resistant coating
Sizing and Details
|Frame Width||134mm or 5 1/4 in|
|Nose Bridge||21mm or 7/8 in|
|Temple Arm||135mm or 5.25 in|
|Horizontal Lens||41mm or 1 5/8 in|
|Vertical Lens||34mm or 1 3/8 in|
8 Product Reviews
Judith love's this readers
These readers have such an amazing affect upon ones ability to read and yet be engaging in conversations around without having to peer over the top or doing repetitive removal. And so classy.
Judith Long Location: Duluth, MN July 20, 2015
SO GOOD FOR MY EYES & FACE
They are so unique! I am able to see the things I want to see and love the affect they have on other people.
Judith Long Location: Duluth, MN March 07, 2015
Quality off the shelf
I am very impressed with these no line bifocals. They are as good as a prescription pair I paid more for. I also have a pair of computer no lines in the same frame. I get complemented on the frame style.
Bill Harris Location: Arlington, TX June 01, 2014
Nice Reading Glasses
This is my first pair. Now that my eyes have adjusted to the new lenses, the Trumans are my go to reading glasses. I actually forget I have them on. The progressive no-line bifocal lenses work very well.
Anonymous Location: Anonymous May 24, 2014
Love these glasses
This is my third pair. Good looking glasses that I get lots of positive comments on. The non-progressive lenses are probably better than the progressive but I like both. The progressive lenses are nice when I'm working on my laptop with the TV in the background. The screws do tend to come loose but a drop of clear fingernail polish on the threads takes care of that.
Anonymous Location: Anonymous September 17, 2012
Not so good
These look great and are really nice quality glasses. However...The lenses suck! I've read the instructions, but the deal is, where there is not supposed to be magnification, the lenses are blurry. When using the magnified area, they are fine. I have to remove these more often that regular readers. I want to look good, but I need to see. They are in the drawer with 10 other pair. Will not buy again.
Charlie Location: Seattle May 23, 2012
nose pads were uncomfortable and there were screws that stuck out above the nose pads that were covered with little plastic caps. returned the glasses
anonymous Location: Canal Winchester February 23, 2012
They are marvelous!
I searched and searched to find my round reading glasses. I bought the Archive III. They are marvelous! Today, I ordered the glasses in the no-line reader....I will be ordering again. I have told all my co-workers about your website! I work downtown Fort Worth.
Thank you ReadingGlasses.com!
Sammy C. Location: Arlington, TX April 07, 2010