Private Eye Reading Glasses

The Private Eye Collection is composed of high-quality, high-performance readers for your patients. There is a wide variety of fashionable frame styles from which to choose. The lens material is made of durable polycarbonate, anti-scratch proof materials with an (AR) anti-reflective coating. UV protection is included as well as a handy carrying case.

Eschenbach carries 6 frame styles to choose from that range in magnification from +1.00D to +2.50D with three styles available in +3.00D. Frame styles include: Anchor, Cape, Gracie, Tasker, Thixie, and Tigerlilly.

Note about Readers:

This reading aid is intended for short-term use as a replacement or spare pair of glasses and cannot replace the glasses tailored to your specific needs by your optician. For residents of Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York, and Rhode Island please read the following information regarding your new readers: Massachusetts: These magnifiers are not intended to be a substitute for corrective lenses; only a professional eye examination can determine your eye health status and vision needs. Minnesota: If you have experienced a vision loss, the selection of these glasses should not take the place of an eye exam. Minnesota prohibits the sale of OTC reading glasses in powers exceeding 3.25 diopters, as well as the sale of OTC bifocals, without a prescription. New York: Attention: ready-to-wear non-prescription 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. New York State prohibits the sale of OTC reading glasses in powers exceeding 2.75 diopters, as well as the sale of OTC bifocals, without a prescription. Rhode Island: These magnifiers are not intended to be a substitute for corrective lenses; only a professional eye examination can determine your eye health status and vision needs. Rhode Island prohibits the sale of OTC reading glasses in powers exceeding 2.5 diopters, as well as the sale of OTC bifocals, without a prescription.