It might seem an odd time of the year to talk about sunreading glasses with the autumnal equinox on the horizon, but many of us will escape to warmer climates and chase the sun that has been lacking in our recent summer. The sunreader is not only a useful tool but a fashion item as well. There are 2 types of sunreading glass. The first is what I would call the traditional sun reader where the lens is in a full reading strength and the second type is the bifocal with a clear vision part of the lens at the top and the reading strength in the bottom of the lens. To show you what I mean have a look at the woody sunreader from I need you which we have in 4 colours, black,tortoise,red and blue. The lens are gradiated and allow for continued reading both in and out doors. An example of the bifocal lens can also be seen in the I need you range of sun bifocals. Many people we meet at the shows come back time and again for another pair of the bifocals. Once they get used to the glasses they find them indispensable.
Give them a go this autumn with our no quibbles returns policy.
Ciao for now!