Why I love Readers.com

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

My eyes are not what they used to be. My vision was always perfect...until I hit my mid-forties that is. Then in my fifties things took a turn for the worse. Now I need readers in +350 strength! My distance vision isn't bad, but I basically can't see anything that isn't under my nose. 
So when Readers.com asked me to test out their glasses, I was curious to see what all the hubbub was about. 
Well I can say with certainty that these glasses are fabulous! Since they're bifocals, I can wear them all the time.
The prices are nuts (most are under $20) and honestly the styles are as nice as the expensive lines! To think that I spent $400 on my last pair of glasses!
I'm wearing the Emery Bifocal, which sell for a mere $15.95 and also come in clear and tortoise-shell.  
I can see...woohoo!
 Even if you are a bit scattered like me (I constantly lose my glasses), these readers are easily replaceable without breaking the bank.  
 I also love their sunnies. These Legacy aviators are also bifocals and they are SOOO great! They give 99% UVA/UVB sun protection and because the lens is clear on top reader strength on the bottom--they're great for driving! At $18.95 they're less than a regular pair of cheapo sunglasses!
This company is awesome with free shipping over $30 and no hassle returns. And with a 100% happiness guarantee, how can you go wrong?  Their motto is "happy eyes, happy wallet" --spot on!  So take a browse around Readers.com and pick up a few pairs of glasses...you won't be sorry! Plus keep a lookout for their discount codes, making for an even sweeter deal. 
"See" you around. No eye-rolls now! Attempt at poor humor, sorry.
XO Susan

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This post was sponsored by Readers.com and both pair of glasses were gifted. However, the content of my posts are based on my own honest opinions and are not in any way influenced by partnerships.





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