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CliC Brooklyn FLEX Computer Style Progressive

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CliC Eyewear’s newest collection takes their world famous design one step further in the FLEX collection. The classic round Brooklyn FLEX incorporates a semi-flexible neckband that can be adjusted for a more personalized fit. The front metal piece of the temple can also be adjusted for additional length. Result? A custom fit, just for you.


CliC reading glasses have a unique patented magnetic bridge closure that incorporates a “rare earth magnet,” the most powerful magnet on earth. Your CliC readers will stay in place, just the way you want them.

Only carried at, computer style progressive lenses feature a mid-range portion in the upper lens that is 60% of the strength of the lower full reading power. They deliver this without a visible line in sight. This allows reading accommodation at different close up distances, such as mid-range for a computer monitor and closer handheld distance for reading a book.

Anti-Reflective Computer Lenses

Computer Lenses, sometimes referred to as Office or Occupational Lenses, make it easy for your eyes to move back and forth between near vision tasks like computer work and reading printed material.

Computer lenses are a specialty type of progressive lens designed for today's world. Like any progressive lenses, they eliminate the need for multiple pairs of glasses. But more important, they give your eyes the focal length they need as they need it, greatly reducing eye strain.

1. Select your normal reading magnification power and the lens will do the rest. The upper portion of these lenses allow for intermediate range viewing, perfect for computer, not to mention tasks like, cooking, sewing, following sheet music, drafting or reading blueprints, and many more uses.

2. As you lower your focus to the bottom portion of the lens, the lens acts like any reading lens, making it easy to read cellphone screens, pill bottles, newspapers, or the latest best sellers. The included high quality Anti-Reflective Coating reduces eye strain even more, allowing you to enjoy your work and hobbies.
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Size and fit

Fits and looks best on faces that are Average in width.

Frames front view
Frame Width 140mm - 5 1/2 inNose Bridge20mm - 3/4 inHorizontial Lens 47mm - 1 7/8 in
Frames side view
Temple Arm AdjustableVertical Lens 42mm - 1 5/8 in

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Rating of this product is 4.8 out of 5

Based on 5 reviews
  • Rating of this product is 5 out of 5
    Rodi Culotta Mandeville, LA April 06, 2020

    Love them

    Progressively great for reading, yet allows me to see my computer screen without blur.
  • Rating of this product is 5 out of 5
    Mac Adams Montclair, NJ March 28, 2019


    I have had several of these glass over the years-this is the best. The transition from reading to computor works for me.
  • Rating of this product is 4 out of 5
    candice linder Apollo Beach, FL October 18, 2018

    computer glasses

    these are great for the computer
  • Rating of this product is 5 out of 5
    Jeff Krantz Hardin, KY March 31, 2018

    RPh ok

    Great for work in the pharmacy with computers and medicines
  • Rating of this product is 5 out of 5
    Courtlandt Dixon Boulder, CO February 12, 2018


    Well done ! I've tried to wear progressive lenses twice as prescribed. That blew about $1K plus. As in all progressives you lose peripheral vision, most importantly vertical. This is modified by turning your head with the glasses. The best solution I've found for watching the bigger picture with the opportunity to read the fine print.

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