Dial Vision Reviews

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Category: Health

Dial Vision glasses are adjustable eyeglasses that you can obtain without a prescription from an optometrist. They can be adjusted to match virtually any prescription strength, even if you only need reading glasses, and one lens can be made stronger than the other, if necessary. These glasses come with a professional-quality eye chart to help you determine what lens strength you need, and a hard protective case.

How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Adjust Left Eye
  2. To begin using your Dial Vision glasses, put the glasses on and be sure the included eye chart is hanging or sitting somewhere where you can see it. Cover your right eye and use the glasses' left dial to adjust the left lens until you are able to read the entire eye chart clearly.

  3. Adjust Right Eye
  4. After you're done adjusting the left lens of your glasses, repeat the process on the other side by covering your left eye and using the chart to determine the lens strength needed for your right. Note: In order to adjust the right lens, you'll need to turn the dial on the right-hand side of your glasses, not the left.

How It Works

Dial Vision glasses work by virtue of sliding lens technology. This enables you to adjust the power of your lenses, making each stronger or weaker as needed, as you turn the dials located on each side of your glasses.

Features

  • Flexible Frames
  • These glasses' frames are flexible enough that if you bend them a bit, intentionally or not, they won't break apart on you.

  • Scratch And Impact Resistant
  • Along the same lines, each pair of Dial Vision glasses is impact resistant, so they're unlikely to break if sat on or dropped on the ground. The high-quality optical lenses are also resistant to scratches, so you'll be able to see clearly through them for months or even years.

  • Come With Protective Case
  • Every pair of these glasses comes with a clear, hard protective case, which you'll be able to use to carry your glasses almost anywhere and further protect them from damage.

Positive Points

  • Professionally Developed
  • Dial Vision glasses have been designed by leading optical scientists in Oxford, England, which indicates that their design adheres strongly to the most significant principles of optical science.

  • Work As Reading Glasses
  • You can use these glasses when you need to see far distances, but they'll also double as reading glasses. Once you've mastered the technique of adjusting your lenses, you'll be able to quickly adjust each one if and when you need help reading something up close.

Negative Points

  • Attractiveness Is Lacking
  • Dial Vision glasses aren't the most attractive or fashionable type of eyewear ever. They have large, square lenses, and there is a bold, black frame running across the top of each pair. If you like glasses that are fairly inconspicuous, you may not like how you look in these particular ones.

Alternatives

  • Prescription Glasses
  • Prescription glasses are great, but you'll need to make an appointment with an optometrist in order to get a pair of those. Dial Vision glasses make a great stand-in while you wait until there's room in both your schedule and your optometrist's for an appointment.

  • Store-bought Reading Glasses
  • Reading glasses are readily available off the rack at some drugstores, but these aren't adjustable like Dial Vision glasses, and are only suitable for up-close viewing.

4 REVIEWS FOR Dial Vision

Robert Patton | Shippensburg, PA | 19 Nov 2018

These are a piece of crap. Do not buy, a scam!

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Graham Beard | Milan, TN | 28 Jun 2018

I just received a pair of these and I'm looking to see if they have an in-transit protective cover, can't see or pull one off so that means they are really messed up, glass is not clear, it's like you are looking through a puddle of water, when I pull them back the glass isn't smooth, you'd never be able to look through these unless you were used to being blind. What a complete waste of time and money!

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Pete Gamra | Norfolk, VA | 19 Aug 2016

They are OK if you don't mind looking like a nerd.

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Robert Lapete | Richland, WA | 09 Aug 2016

Totally sucks adjust the eye piece rest is blury.

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