You may not know it, but there's a chance you need reading glasses. Many people suffer from presbyopia, a natural effect of aging, which leads to difficulty in reading small print or computer text. Magnivision reading glasses relieve strain of the eyes caused by presbyopia by magnifying images so the eyes can focus on nearby objects.
Q. Can I trust my vision to Magnivision?
A. Yes! Magnivision offers prescription-quality* reading glasses at a price you can afford. Each pair promises quality, style and value.
Q. What are some of the features of Magnivision reading glass lenses?
A. Each thin, distortion-free lens is made from high quality materials and treated with a protective, anti-scratch coating.
Q. What are some of the features of Magnivision reading glass frames?
A. Our fashionable frames come in more than 300 different sizes, shapes and materials so you can find the perfect one to suit your personal style. We offer innovative features like memory metal technology in our Hyperflexx collection and lightweight materials in our Titanium line. Visit the Styles page for more details.
Q. How do I know which magnification strength is right for me?
A. Reading glasses are available in different power levels for different levels of requirements. Click here to view an eye chart that will help you determine your correct strength.
Q. What is presbyopia?
A. Presbyopia is a natural effect of aging which leads to difficulty in reading small print or computer text. Magnivision reading glasses relieve strain of the eyes caused by presbyopia by magnifying images so the eyes can focus on nearby objects.
Click here to view a short video about presbyopia and why you can trust your vision to Magnivision.
Q. I wear contact lenses or have had refractive surgery. Do I still need reading glasses?
A. Even with other prescription vision solutions, some people require reading glasses to help relieve eye strain caused by the effects of presbyopia.
Q. Where can I buy Magnivision reading glasses?
A. Magnivision is broadly distributed at major retailers throughout the world. Visit our Where to Buy page for a list of stores.
Attention: Ready-to-wear non-prescription reading glasses are not intended to replace prescribed corrective lenses or examinations by an eye care professional. Continuous eye check-ups are necessary to determine your eye health status and vision needs.
*Prescription-quality refers to magnification of lens