Hydrotac Stick-on Bifocal Reading Lenses with Lens Cleaning Kit
Hydrotac Bifocal lenses are an over-the-counter stick on solution for correction of Presbyopia. Use these lenses to prevent presbyopia from interfering with your daily activities that require up close attention such as reading, sewing, fishing. These 1.2 inch in diameter lenses can be easily applied to the inside of your glasses or any protective eye-wear with a drop of water. Please refer to our application video below.
The lenses are extremely versatile, their positioning on the inside of your glasses can be adjusted to your individual specification. Hydrotac lenses can also be trimmer to the desired size with a pair of sharp scissors. Please refer to our trimming video below. Hydrotac lenses can be easily removed with a flick of a fingernail and reused multiple times. Hydrotac bifocal lenses will not leave any damaging residue on delicate coating of your sunglasses.
1.2 inches in diameter
High-Tech Soft Material: Polymer aspheric which exhibits high optical characteristics
Easily removable and reusable without leaving residue on your glasses
Trim with scissors to desired size or shape
Fits ALL Eyewear, glasses, sunglasses, working glasses
Corrective lenses for your sunglasses
Designed and Manufactured in the United States
With every purchase of any Hydrotac bifocal diopter you will receive our own Eagle Vision lens and glasses cleaning kit. The kit includes .7oz bottle of oil free cleaning solution and microfiber lint free cloth contained in small packaging convenient enough to always have with you. Eagle Vision Lens Cleaner can be used to clean any lens surfaces without damaging delicate coatings, especially anti-reflective, polarized and multi-layer. Simply spray the Eagle Vision Lens Cleaner on our microfiber cleaning cloth, gently wipe the surface of you glasses, and watch oily smudges disappear.
Non-Toxic, Anti-Static, Streak Free Solution
Lint Free Microfiber Cloth
Safe for all Lenses
When purchased before 5PM EST, you product will ship the same business day.
Hydrotac Lenses Application Instructions
Use the Eagle Vision cloth to remove any grit or dirt from your glasses
Apply the Eagle Vision spray and use the cloth to thoroughly clean the lenses of your glasses from fingerprints and smudges.
Place a drop of warm water inside the lens of your glasses where you are going install Hydrotac lenses
Position the Hydrotac lens inside the glasses, make sure the curve of the Hydrotac lens matches the curve of your glasses.
Wipe the excess water with Eagle Vision cloth and try your glasses.
Hydrotac lenses can be adjusted to desired position as long as there is moisture between the Hydrotac lenses and the glasses.
Once you are satisfied with the position of the Hydrotac lenses, use the cloth to gently press the Hydrotac lenses onto your glasses to remove the excess water.
Hydrotac lenses can be easily removed with fingernail and re-positioned or reused on other glasses.
Please allow 24 for complete molecular adhesion to take occur for the lenses to attach firmly
If you require the Hydrotac lenses to be smaller, please refer to our video on how to trim the lenses.
Presbyopia is a gradual decrease in the eye’s ability to see clearly at close range. It is an age related and irreversible condition that affects most people at early 40s. Just like the camera, the eye has to adjust focal power for objects at different distances. Presbyopia causes the lens inside your eye to thicken and lose its flexibility. This results in the loss of the eye’s ability to actively focus on close objects such as smart phones, computers, books, menus.
Causes and Symptoms of Presbyopia
Presbyopia is a natural age related condition. It is not a disease and can’t be treated. Everyone at some point in their life is affected by it. Some common symptoms may include
The need to hold reading material at arm’s length
Blurred vision up close
Headaches from doing close work
There are number of approaches to managing the disability associated with Prebyopia, however all of them are compensatory rather than corrective. Some of these options include eye glasses with bifocal lenses, contact lenses and refractive surgery.