Prive Revaux X Adriana Julia Progressive Blue Light Readers 3-3.5

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Prive Revaux X Adriana Julia Progressive Blue Light Readers 3-3.5 is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Vision using the 3x is distorted I recently had cataracts removed from both my eyes. Because I had astigmatisms in both eyes, I ponied-up for the rather expensive toroid lenses. Since my surgeries, I have been using my sister’s 3x readers. But to watch TV and to play around with my iPhone at the same time I had to have her readers on the very tip of my nose so I could look down at the phone with 3x magnification and up and over at TV without the aide of any correction what so ever. When I wear these Prive Revaux readers, everything is distorted when I look down. By distorted, I mean my phone looks like a long trapezoid (the phone appears wider at the top than at the bottom). When I use my sister’s expensive 3x readers (even when I have them on the very tip of my nose), the phone looks normal and the only side affect is I can sharply see what I’m trying to see. I find if I shove these Prive Revaux glasses as far back onto my face as possible, the distortion problem is only slightly mitigated. Plus these 3x glasses don’t enlarge to the same 3x strength as my sister’s readers. I have worn blended progressive correction glasses since I was 30 and I’m now 66 (0 up top to 3 on the very bottom). So I am very familiar with finding my eye’s sweet spot. These Prive Revaux readers seem to have a very small spot in the middle of the bottom half if the lens for the 3x magnification. On my final cataract surgery doctor visit I am going to ask my doctor to write me a prescription for true blended progressive lenses; 0 on top then just below the middle of the lens starting at 2.5 going to most of the bottom of the lens being 3.0 and the very bottom being 3.5. I want my readers to have all the gee-whizzy-banggie features of these Prive Revaux readers (as those features along with the advertised progressive nature of your lenses is what had me wanting these readers - the cost had me logging into QVC to purchase). Yep, I expect those dream glasses will come with a huge price tag. Ugh; but I think I deserve to see better. I was hesitant to order the ivory frames but they were the only color available to me. I loved the color on me; they seemed to have a slight pink tinge. The frames were lighter than what I was wearing. And, I liked the size and shape of the lenses. I am pushing 4’ 11” on a very good hair day so way smaller than most adults. I really, really do not like all the advertisements on the outside of the glasses’ arms; I felt like, Prive Revaux should be paying me to be a walking bill board for them. I do not like the triangular shape of the storage case, too big and not substantial enough for my purse/tote. As for returning, I haven’t made up my mind yet. I have hardly ever returned anything. But, in this case I am really leaning to returning them because I think it sends the Prive Revaux folks a huge message; CLOSE BUT NO BANANA, YOU NEED TO GO BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD ON THIS DESIGN. I hope this helps future review readers; I have become a huge review reader myself. If I had read a review on these readers I would have passed. When I ordered there were no reviews yet. May you enjoy your life!
Date published: 2020-06-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Disappointed I’ve been wearing progressive lenses ever since the came out decades ago & even spending big $$ now when not necessary after surgery. When I saw these I was thrilled at low price & not having to look “over” readers to see distance. I ordered the 3.0 same as other Prive readers, found was much weaker & had trouble reading the really small print. Also the “progressive” was way off on one lense so that side was blurry. I could not tolerate the frame, has this weird keyhole design at top of nose opening, frame fit temple to temple but too long coming down on my fluffy upper cheeks & was a bit bulky consequently, overall, very uncomfortable to wear. Lastly who decided to stamp company name all over frame? Every part of frame has something stamped on it in cheap print - awful!
Date published: 2020-06-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst Purchase Ever Glasses are too big and heavy...can’t see out of reader portion..ordered black and plum .. Sent both back. Great idea but needs more work to get proportions correct.
Date published: 2020-06-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Huge! Wow. I just received these and they are unbelievably large. I could live with that if I could read with them, but the reader part is very, very low on the lens and unless I lift up the readers with my hands(while wearing them) I can’t read anything. I really think Prive Revaux should make a smaller style, because not everyone is able to wear the oversized style. I am a smaller person with a smaller face and I’m not the only one out there. Sending these back.
Date published: 2020-06-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Large But Comfortable These are big (The lenses) and I would not wear out of the house. They are not flattering on me. However, they feel comfortable and I wanted them to wear when on computer and as a back up for my prescription glasses since I don’t want to go to an eye doctor. The seem to do what need. I think I will keep them unless they start bothering my eyes.
Date published: 2020-06-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I Like, But—— I ordered the ivory and like them, but WHY was the brand name AND model name written on BOTH bows ON THE OUTSIDE?????? How tacky can you get??? That should have been put on the INSIDE of ONE bow. I will not order anymore of these till that changes!! I have another pair of the regular readers and just the brand name is on the outside of the bows and in a much more tasteful way.
Date published: 2020-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Would like a FITOVER!! I wear prescription glasses and would like to see a blue light blocking pair to wear over my glasses for television and screen viewing! I missed getting the colors in your sunglasses Fitovers so think this could be done for all of us like myself. Just a SUGGESTION.
Date published: 2020-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from PROGRESSIVE SUNGLASSES Please bring progressive lens in sunglasses that what we really need when driving if u need readers and u r using GPS u need to keep taking off your sunglasses so u can put your readers on to see the GPS. PLEASE BRING PROGRESSIVE LENS IN SUNGLASSES THAT WOULD BE AWESOME THANKS
Date published: 2020-06-05
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