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Old 05-26-2011, 09:12 AM   #16
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Newbie here, but the multilevel sight challenge interests me, I too invented a flip up off perscription/no perscription glasses. And checked out manufacturers. I got a warm and interested response, but the deal was I needed to sell them first. Like I got time. I bought reading glasses the same shape as my regular glasses and was going to put jewelers hinges on them. (Never found the time.) Now I want +3.5 reading glasses to flip over and back on regular glasses (that have +2.5 built in) to see extreme up close. I realize the right set up could mean ANY combination. From clear lenses to reading, to shade 4/reading, or no bottom lense, just flip up mass diopter lense. Whatever you want. And they do make something like that. (I just have to find it again) Interestingly, most eyewear folks seem to have this "live with it" attitude when you describe your work needs for challenging vision issues. They respond, "Why do you want to see so well up-close like that?" Read a book, watch TV, we can help you with that.
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Old 07-19-2011, 09:21 PM   #17
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You have to post the picture to Photobucket or some other online photo posting site and then link to the the picture there. Go to the Advanced Text Editor and it has an Insert Image button that provides a place to post the link.
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Old 07-19-2011, 10:44 PM   #18
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is this something lasic surgery can correct ? im also having issues but i get headaches putting glasses on and off on and off so i reluctantly leave them on wich probably isnt good either .
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Old 07-19-2011, 10:47 PM   #19
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no i think you can resize your pictures and then click on the paper clip attach file next to the smily face above and then follow the directions , but you must resize your pictures first .. dont need phot bucket though .
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How to resize photos to post them here.

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focus and try again? kinda blurry.
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I would be interested in the flip-frames being discussed. I've been looking for such an item for a few years. I'm a veterinarian at the age where close work is blurry, so I wear reading glasses on a rope, but it usually takes two hands to put them on, the rope gets tangled in my stethoscope, etc. So, is there a plan to manufacture and sell the product?
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The flip up readers was what I was originally looking for. There are all sorts of flip up sun glasses, but I couldn't find the flip up readers.
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Brian Park has the solution. I wish I could buy some.
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