Yes. The lens in glasses are the same. If you ever take off your glasses and hold them away you can still see through them.
Have your ever burned ants with a magnify glass or try to start a fire. Well, glasses do the same thing.
Glasses have a special magnification for each person. For me, I can not see far away, but I can see close. The lens are set at a higher magnification than reading glasses because what I need to see is farther away.
by Andria7 years ago
... you spend ten minutes trying to thread a needle before you give in, hunt out your glasses, use them and thread the first try.Actually, it should probably read 'it's time to acknowledge you need to use your glasses...
by rutley5 years ago
How often are you looking over the rim of those reading glasses?Oh those over 40 eyes......you need to see the print but everything else is just to close up!
by ngureco5 years ago
At what age do people start using magnifying glasses to read newspapers?At what age do people start using magnifying glasses to read newspapers, books, maps, products' directions of use, etc?
by Rose Clearfield5 years ago
What is your favorite DSLR lens for macro photography?I do a lot of product photography for my Etsy shop and a lot of close up photography work for my blog and HubPages articles. I'm in the market for my first...
by Ana Maria Orantes4 years ago
Do you buy reading glasses at any location with out prescription. ? It is important that you visit an eye's Doctor. Because, you probably need driving glasses too. Do you know were To go for your ...
by Nithya Venkat4 years ago
What is a progressive lens?Why is the lens so expensive? Is it worth the money?
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