Goo Goo Eyes 510 Progressive No Line Bifocal

Rating of this product is 3.75 out of 5
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We are so sure you will be completely enchanted by the contemporary design and the mod color options of these bold reading glasses. Interesting, charming colors saturate the outside frame with a contrasting, yet complimentary, hue on the inside. In an intriguing design element, the temples and inside face frame feature alluring stripes that lead to solid two-tone temples.
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Size and fit

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

Frames front view
Frame Width 136mm - 5 3/8 inNose Bridge16mm - 5/8 inHorizontial Lens 51mm - 2 in
Frames side view
Temple Arm 135mm - 5 1/4 inVertical Lens 34mm - 1 3/8 in

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  • Rating of this product is 2 out of 5
    Anonymous April 24, 2012

    Cute frame-lenses unuseable

    I was looking forward to being able to see my computer and monitor with these progressive lenses, but the extremely tiny area of clarity in the lenses made the sides of even a small window blurry and distorted. Can't use them
  • Rating of this product is 5 out of 5
    Anonymous January 22, 2012

    Goo Goo good!!

    Large, very comfortable glasses with great progressives. Color is great too!
  • Rating of this product is 4 out of 5
    Patricia Morgan Hill, CA October 20, 2011

    Function and Style

    I'm at the age where I need glasses for reading but not for distance. When shopping, I get tired of putting my "readers" on-and-off as I go through the stores to read price tags and sign credit slips. Now I just leave these glasses on all of the time and it's so much easier. I really like them!
  • Rating of this product is 4 out of 5
    Joan Roseman New York August 27, 2011

    Great idea

    If you are looking for magnification that can adjust from computer to reading distance while still allowing you to see actual distance in the clear, this gives you the functionality of a $500 progressive prescription lens for under $50. Nice.

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