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  • CliC Adjustable Front Connect Reader, 1.50 Strength, Tortoise Frame
  • CliC Adjustable Front Connect Reader, 1.50 Strength, Tortoise Frame
  • CliC Adjustable Front Connect Reader, 1.50 Strength, Tortoise Frame
  • CliC Adjustable Front Connect Reader, 1.50 Strength, Tortoise Frame
  • CliC Adjustable Front Connect Reader, 1.50 Strength, Tortoise Frame
  • CliC Adjustable Front Connect Reader, 1.50 Strength, Tortoise Frame
  • CliC Adjustable Front Connect Reader, 1.50 Strength, Tortoise Frame
  • CliC Adjustable Front Connect Reader, 1.50 Strength, Tortoise Frame
  • CliC Adjustable Front Connect Reader, 1.50 Strength, Tortoise Frame

CliC

CliC Adjustable Front Connect Reader, 1.50 Strength, Tortoise Frame

CliC

CliC Adjustable Front Connect Reader, 1.50 Strength, Tortoise Frame

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Product Description Product Description
  • Unique, patented, ergonomic, reading glasses
  • Never misplace your readers, with the adjustable head and neck stand
  • Unisex, fashion forward, and one size fits all
  • 6 different magnifying powers 1.25 to 3.00 are available
  • Magnetic front connection offers "as needed" access to your readers
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A great invention which is very convenient, but this glasses design has room for improvement.I'm very happy with the convenience of these glasses except for two issues:a) When I snap the glasses together, the tiny hairs on the bridge of my nose get caught between the magnets, get pulled out, and HURT. (These hairs of so thin and small that I was unaware I had them till I bought these glasses!) Perhaps a little protective ring around one of the magnets would be enough to prevent this from happening.b) The glasses band breaks in the back of the neck at the expansion joint. This has happened to two pairs of glasses I own. Both times I was just wearing the glasses and they broke in the back -- I wasn't doing anything stressful to the glasses bands at the times they broke. I repaired my glasses using multiple layers of electrical heat shrink tubes but this looks geeky. 3Good product, pretty much as advertisedI saw someone at a dinner I was attending using Clics, and I was intrigued. I don't like chains or ropes, and if I don't use something I'm forever in a room without my reading glasses. These are sturdy, well-made, glasses. The magnetic center is fairly strong, but not so strong that you can't adjust the connection a bit if you need to. Once disconnected, the lenses flip outward to be parallel with the arms, which is a nice feature, and they also telescope in and out to allow for a comfortable fit.Couple of drawbacks to consider if you're thinking about getting them: 1) when wearing the glasses, you basically have the whole frame around your head (as opposed to arms that end at the ear pieces). This doesn't bother me most of the time, except when I am sitting or lying in bed and want to put my head back on a cushion or pillow. That pushes the glasses forward on your face. 2) The other drawback is related to this---when the glasses are not in use and are disconnected, that back piece sits on the nape of your neck and drapes over your shoulders. But, because it's hard, molded plastic, it can sometimes ride up over your collar. So, you might lean over to pick something up and find the glasses have skooched up your neck.It's definitely something that takes a bit of getting used to. But I find that the convenience of always having glasses with me, and not swinging off my neck like a pendulum, outweighs the drawbacks. 42+ Years and Still Loving My ClicsIt's May 2011 and I've had this pair of Clics since February 2009. I wear them every single day -- all day. They are still in good shape. This is actually my second pair. The first pair, which I'd had for about 6 months at the time, broke at the hinge when my sister gave me a giant goodbye hug at the airport while the glasses were hanging around my neck -- she crushed them! Since then, I have learned to be careful hugging people tightly while wearing Clics around my neck! So all in all, I've been wearing Clics for about 3 years.I know that not all women would like Clics -- unless they either have very short hair or wear their hair up a lot. I fall in the latter category -- I wear my hair in a ponytail or bun most of the time and so Clics work great for me. On the rare occasions that I wear my long hair down, I have to use different glasses. I also keep a standard pair of reading glasses on my nightstand -- because Clics don't work great when you are lying down or leaning your head back.Prior to owning Clics, I was constantly hunting for my reading glasses. I bought three packs at Costco every couple of months -- but they were never handy when I needed them. I ran over two pairs of reading glasses with my car (one pair in the garage and the other in the driveway) because my reading glasses ended up in my lap and then on the ground when getting out of the car. Once I was looking all over the house for a pair of glasses and enlisted my kids help to find a pair -- when my son informed me that I had two pair on top of my head. Now this sounds like I am incredibly forgetful and clumsy. Well, perhaps that's true though I don't feel that way any more. I take my Clics off my neck when I get ready for bed -- put them on the bathroom counter. The next morning they go back on and I am no longer losing or breaking readers. I don't care that they don't fold up -- because I wear them all day (that's sort of the point of having them).A bonus of having Clics is that they are a bit of a novelty. Children (and store clerks) are amazed by them. They usually think I have just broken my glasses when I unclick them to put them on or off. When they realize they are magnetic, it's like they just figured out a magic trick. So not only are they practical, they are also fun!I'm getting a spare pair in a different style (the Sonoma) for some added fun. I'll post how I like them and how they are holding up after I've had them a while. 5Goodbye Drugstore Readers ...Like clockwork, after I turned 40, I suddenly needed to move things away from me in order to see/read. My initial purchase of readers was for work only ... until I realized I needed them at home, in the car ... everywhere. In the past five years I have purchased some 10 - 15 readers of varying quality and most of them have been broken by falling off my head (when not in use). Not ready to go the "granny leash" route, I just figured the expense of buying new readers was going to be part of my budget ... until a co-worker showed up one day, a pair of CLIC readers hanging around his neck with the lenses separated. After my co-worker demonstrated the benefits of these odd glasses, I had to get a pair of CLICs for myself.The problem with most drugstore readers is that they are cheap and flimsy, ensuring the likelihood of future purchases. CLIC glasses are designed to be practical, stylish and durable. CLIC readers have some unique features that separate them from the drugstore readers:- The stems of CLICs are connected by a plastic band (not a leash) that allows the wearer to let the glasses hang around his/her neck when not in use. Unlike a leash, the band ensures the glasses do not dangle, swing or sway, but stay put. This neck band is telescopic in that it can be elongated at each stem for wearer comfort. The neck band is lightweight and unobtrusive when the glasses are being worn or when hanging around the neck.- The lenses separate at the nose arch of the glasses and are connected by a small, but powerful magnet. While the lenses can easily be pulled apart whenever the wearer decides to take the glasses off, they stay firmly connected when in use. The only issue with the magnetic connection is that its slight gap may create pinching sensation for some when the glasses are pushed all the way to the bridge of the nose.- There is a decent selection of styles and colors to accommodate a wide variety of tastes and even a design to accommodate those with larger heads.CLIC readers have eliminated my need to buy replacement reading glasses ... I can comfortably keep one pair with me without worrying about misplacing them or having them fall off my forehead when not in use. Combining common sense and style to produce a durable pair of reading glasses make CLIC readers a worthy purchase. 4I love them!I've been using my Clic readers for almost a year now. I used to buy cheap readers from my local pharmacy and go through about a pair every two months or so. If I didn't lose them, I broke them. I was also using a very thin around-the-neck nylon holder that I found on line, which worked very well, but it hung down low and would get caught on things or get tangled up. When I first saw the Clic Readers I thought it was just some silly gimmick but I decided to give them a try. I was VERY surprised how well they work and how well made they are. This is the first pair of glasses that have ever lasted me this long, and I wear them at work and at home, unlike my other glasses that I used to keep a pair or two at home & work. I am buying another pair now because my existing ones have gotten some minor scratches on them and I would like to leave one pair at work and the other at home. I am very hard on my glasses as I wear them while working under my car, etc. I've dropped them, sat on them, etc. and they have never broken. If I had to find one negative about them it's that you need both hands free to put them on, but other than that they are fantastic. I would highly recommend them. 5They become indispensable in short order.I lost my pair (because I did not "clic" them on a rigorous jog/hike) and only then did I realize how "lost" I was without them. In the morning I put them around my neck and never notice them the rest of the day...until I need them. The "strings" don't behave this way (always swinging in the way) and hanging regular glasses on my shirt don't work either...I always end up misplacing them anyway. Indispensable.PS I won't forget to "clic" them in the future. I thought they looked "cooler" hanging loose but in reality they actually look just as well if not better "clic'd". 5Snap JudgementThe first time I saw these was on C.S.I. N.Y. The doctor always wore these, and I have been using mine for about five years now and have had several magnifications, and am so spoiled I can't use anything else for reading and also use the 2.5 power pair for assembly of small mechanical items and also perfect for under the hood. The snap apart frame is for people like me who need glasses a hundred times a day, and whose hands are gloved and for whom leaning over and having things fall out of my shirt pockets has become a problem. 5Just what I have been looking for!Just what I wanted for reading glasses. So much better than leaving them on your head or using those glass holders around your neck. Just make sure that you get the right size by measuring your head from temple to temple first. In my case I found that I needed the XXL size and had to return my first purchase. 5Worse than regular glasses with a chainOne pair works as advertised. In the other one of the magnets slipped out of its slot. But I don't find the concept very useful. They have no practical advantage over a normal pair with a chain or strap, and they are less comfortable for sitting with your head back against a cushion because of the rigid bar. I am not won over. 2Magnet fell out rendering them unusable - otherwise love!As I liked these as long as I could use them, I'm giving them two stars. Otherwise, I would give them 5 stars. I really liked these in every way until the magnet fell out of one of the sides two months after I bought them. Sixty days is outside of Amazon's return window which I understand. I never found where the magnet fell out so I was never able to use these again.My Doctor recommended these to me btw. He had his for many years and was so grateful because he wasn't accidentally leaving and losing them anywhere. Obviously his magnet didn't accidentally fall out. 2
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