Designer Collection by
Goo Goo Eyes
Once told by an interviewer Everybody would like to be Cary Grant", Grant is said to have replied, "So would I." His combination of charm and aura and bearing of a gentleman has never been quite equaled. We can't all be Grant, but we can emulate his style. Includes spring comfort temples."
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
- Designer Temples
- Lightweight optical quality plastic
- Distortion free
- Thin profile
- Scratch resistant coating
Sizing and Details
|Frame Width||135mm - 5 1/4 in|
|Nose Bridge||18mm - 45/64 in|
|Temple Arm||145mm - 5 3/4 in|
|Horizontal Lens||53mm - 2 3/32 in|
|Vertical Lens||32mm - 1 1/4 in|
20 Product Reviews
Love these glasses! They look and fit great! Many compliments when wearing them!
Kimberly Reed Location: Orange Park, FL March 13, 2017
Very Nice Glasses for Less
Glasses appear to be very high quality.
HLennard Location: Bedford, TX March 06, 2017
Good, especially with photochromatic lenses
I've purchased numerous readers from readingglasses.com, most recently several no-line bifocals. For this pair, I wanted to get the "one eyeware to rule them all." So, I opted for this frame with the photochromatic (Transitions(r)-style) lens. The glasses are good quality (not great) and I like the style. However, it feels like the adjustment area is at very bottom of the lens. Which means if I need to look at small print, I have to tilt my head back more so than other glasses.
Other than that, I really like them and I wear them everyday!
Jon Location: San Jose, CA September 27, 2016
Gives you that Professorial Look you've always wanted
Love these glasses. I've had no problem adjusting to the progressive lenses. I'm on my second pair after torturing my 1st.
They're not only good for your eyes, they look good too. I've had complements from people at work and (gulp) even my daughter.
- Don't try using these - or any bifocals - for extended computer work. You'll keep lifting your head to see the screen, then everyone will think you're really old. Instead, save them for socializing, as in walking into Starbucks, especially one near a college campus, to order a very esoteric drink. Barristers will look at you as if you're really smart.
- On my 1st pair, the arms detached from the hinge after about 18 months of abuse. But by then, the lenses were already scratched because I just throw them all over the place, so it was time for a new pair. A drop of super-gorilla-glue kept the arm attached, for a few weeks. Suggest you take care of yours, and they'll last much longer.
Joe Longo Location: Saratoga, CA July 10, 2016
Excellent BiFocals. They look good too
The large lens make the bifocals an easy lens to adjust too. Highly recommend. Plus, the "Cary Grant" frame looks good - just like Mr. Grant.
Joe Longo Location: Saratoga, CA August 21, 2015
Good style for my face type.
Good quality frame. Progressive lens took some getting used to but fine now.
Brent Lamb Location: Westlake Village, CA May 05, 2015
Nice Frame, Limited Magnification Area
Very comfortable frame for large faces/heads. I have a wide nose bridge and these frames fit quite comfortably. I opted for the transition lenses but am disappointed because the magnification area is very small. I need to tilt my head up and pretty far backward to see through the magnification part of the lens. Wont be returning because the frames are stylish and comfortable. Having a larger sized head...glasses that fit comfortably and look decent are hard to come by. Will likely order a pair in black with full magnification lenses in the future.
Steve Location: CT February 13, 2015
Magnification part of lens is too small.
I like the frame of the glasses. They are very nice quality but the reader magnification section of the lenses is too small. In order to use the reader part of the lenses, I have to look up really high to get magnification. I am going to be return these glasses. I'm giving them two stars only because I like the frame.
Vickie Hubbard Location: Frisco, TX January 29, 2015
Nice glasses but break easily
My husband liked them but they broke after 3 months
Anonymous Location: Houston, TX January 28, 2015
returned for stronger 3.50 magnification. Still waiting.
Staff Response: 12-17-14. The mail always moves a little slower around the holidays. Your return was received today and your exchange power has been sent.
Maynard Cheris Location: Northbrook, IL December 17, 2014