Glasses

by Canada1 @, Monday, February 12, 2018, 18:00 (13 days ago) @ Bcbuddy

Label says " Ready to wear glasses sold without prescription are designed for occasional use by persons 40+ who suffer from presbyopia. These glasses are not designed to replace corrective lenses sold by prescription. The use of ready to wear reading glasses does not replace regular eye examinations to assess the health of your eyes and determine your needs with respect to your vision".

And this is what I was getting at initially.


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