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    Springville Glasses is offline Junior Member
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    Default buy a pair of glasses for my old monther

    She is 75-year-old , and have a prescription of +6.00 for both eyes, she wears prescription glasses all day, if I want to buy a pair of comfortable& light weight glasses for her, any recommendations?
    Thanks for your help!

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    Kasigluk Glasses is offline Junior Member
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    Default High index prescription glasses

    You should buy high index prescription glasses for your monther as she has a strong prescription. High index lenses are thinner and lighter, more comfortable for your monther daily wearing.

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    Redington Glasses is offline Junior Member
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    The glasses I ordered from local optical shop are not correct. I cannot see things up close but at a distance it is good. It feels like the prescription is backwards. My eye site trouble is poor vision up close and distance is OK. You have a copy of the prescription that I faxed to you. Thank you

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