Overall: 4.0 / 5 based on 21 reviews
15 of 21 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Great Value -
By: Stew49 from Cordova, TN
The sunglasses/readers are a very good fit, and very stylish. I am going to have to have a slight adjustment on each ear pieace
Bifocal sunglasses -
By: Lauren02 from Dawsonville, Geogia
As I have gotten older I need readers and with these sunglass readers combined with regular sunglasses I can do all activities that I normally due when wearing my regular readers. I can see my speedometer, read books, and read plant food and insecticide bottles while protecting my eyes from the sun, they are durable fashionable and something I would purchase again.
good purchase -
very particular about eye wear, these fit the bill nicely, frames unique will most likely have my prescription into the frames
`Horrible and ill-fitting -
We returned these. Way overpriced and not at all what we wanted or expected. They were too small and not adjustable.
By: Craig1 from Windermere, FL
I have a number of Orvis reading glassies. This particular pair was extremely small and did not really possess the quality I have come to expect. This may only be a "style" change but regardless, this pair of glasses did not meet my expectations. I have returned them.
Nice quality -
Nice bifocals and great quality including case but the glasses are small across the width even for my average head. Great returns service.
Perfect for the job -
By: DJMD from London
Stylish and strong - bi-focals - just what one needs to avoid carrying two pairs of glasses around.
Distinctive sun glass readers -
By: cathoogie from Tucson AZ.
arrive in a case with a large label made in china . Not a good first impression Glasses nice color a little weak for the Arizona sun. Look good not terribly practical, ten dollars to ship an item that small is dubious.
Author doesn't have bifocal lenses.. -
By: Sixty from Atlanta, GA
The Author are very nice magnifying glasses, high quality, and very attractive. BUT... they are NOT bifocal! The whole lens is magnifying, rather than being a split lens with a magnifier in it (like the Pundit). The Author should be listed on a different page altogether. I wanted and needed a bifocal, so I was very disappointed with a whole lens of 2.0. (Where would I use that? Only reading at the beach, I guess.) Despite the quality and attractive design, I had to return them.