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I have had my SuperFocus for about 4 months and use them every day I work. I wear my other prescription glasses when not working – this will change when they come up with some new designs.
Before getting the SuperFocus glasses my neck would be achy at the end of the day from tipping my head back in order to focus on my computer screen. SuperFocus solved that problem. But created a new problem.
If I left them at the office I spend the night bending backwards in order to focus on my computer screen. The solution was to order a second pair which I did today.
SuperFocus are super glasses!
I am 62 and have been using cheap 1.0 or 1.5 reading glasses for over 10 years. I have been having issues with computer monitors. I tried buying computer glasses from Amazon, with limited success. I had to have my head the correct distance from the screen, which is a pain, especially when you have multiple monitors at different distances.
A few days ago, I thought I had lost my superfocus glasses and was in a panic. I will be buying a backup pair soon. I can’t live without them.
I used to wear a progressive lens. I have owned a pair of Leonardo Superfocus for over a year now. I used to get a stiff neck when working at a computer from lifting my head up to see out of the bottom of the lenses. The Superfocus solved my neck ache problem. Read More »
I have had my pair for about 2 1/2 years now. At the time I got them I was wearing blended tri-focals. These glasses are a godsend. Read More »
I admit it. When I first received my Superfocus glasses, I was not sure my “new look” would be all that well received. However, I decided that I would try them anyway. Yes, I was a little uncomfortable at first, but almost immediately people started commenting about my new glasses. Complements really. Read More »
I am a physician specializing in Interventional Pain Management. My days are filled with diagnosis of pain problems and injection to relieve pain, mainly spinal. I must use a computer screen very frequently, must view x-rays and MRI, must be able to guide needles into serious places, and see ultrasound screen and fluoroscope (live x-ray images). For years I have fought with bending my neck in all directions trying to get my eyes to focus properly looking thru trifocals. Read More »
With my original purchase I was quite happy with the Superfocus glasses. I have, I suppose average vision for my age and was annoyed at the dead spots that bifocals offered me in the short range beyond reading distance. Read More »
It has been almost a year since I purchased my Superfocus glasses. I still love them and can’t do without them. I, however, would like to share some of the difficulties that I’ve run into. I do this in the interest of helping others to make an informed decision when considering Superfocus. Read More »
Within a few hours of receiving my Superfocus glasses I was quite willing to retire my collection of reading, computer, driving, and bifocal glasses. With just a touch to the bridge my world is clear and I am wondering why I did not do this before. Read More »
I was convinced when I bought my glasses that they would work well, and I wasn’t disappointed.
I was able right away to read the small type on my computer. I work in a guitar shop where measurements, ranging as small as thousandths of an inch have to be seen and assessed. This is now an easy activity. Read More »