Wallet Reader Rx Emergency Reading Glasses
Wallet Reader Rx are ultra-compact emergency reading glasses that miraculously fit in a wallet ... ingeniously designed to fit into a credit card sized protective case that slips easily into a wallet or purse so they are always conveniently at hand! Nothing like the many foldable frame glasses available— none of these ‘foldables’ are compact enough to fit into the credit card slot of a wallet, so that they're always within easy reach. The secret to Wallet Reader Rx is the optical quality polycarbonate construction allowing the slimness, flexibility and strength necessary to fit into a matching credit card sized case! Currently available in +1.50, +1.75, +2.00, +2.25, +2.50 and +3.00 strengths.
What are Wallet Reader Rx?
Wallet Reader Rx are the first and only ultra-compact emergency reading glasses that miraculously fit in a credit card case that slips into your wallet! Imagine the feeling of knowing you’ll “Never be caught without your specs again".
Will they break if I carry them around in my wallet?
No! Wallet Reader Rx are made of the highest quality polycarbonate construction and are actually designed to be carried in your wallet. They will not break or shatter under normal use. Also, Wallet Reader Rx have a special coating to provide scratch resistance.
What are typical uses for Wallet Reader Rx?
The uses are endless! Wallet Reader Rx are perfect for all kinds of emergency reading, including menus, cell phones, PDA’s, Newspapers, product labels, bills, receipts, books, and more.
How do I know if Wallet Reader Rx will fit me?
Wallet Reader Rx have a revolutionary bridge that is fully adjustable to suit all wearers, and each is packaged with detailed usage instructions. "One size fits all".
How should I protect my Wallet Reader Rx?
In your wallet, Wallet Reader Rx are supplied with an ultra-slim credit card size protective case and will fit into any standard sized wallet or purse—just like a credit card.
What is polycarbonate and why is it so special?
Reading glasses are typically made from CR39, a material that is thick and brittle. Polycarbonate is flexible, shatter-resistant, and allows visual correction using much thinner, lighter lenses. Wallet Reader Rx have a special coating to provide scratch resistance.