Thanks, Mike. I suspected that might be the case. I think I will
settle for dedicated computer glasses.
On 10/26/21 10:48 AM, Mike Bloor wrote:
I have the top of the range Zeiss progressive lenses, with their best
coating and photochromic darkening, fitted in Titanflex frames. Great
for driving. The only thing I don't like about them is the price. I
can't use them with a computer though - different magnification for
different parts of the screen with a 24inch, 16 to 10 ratio screen.
Thanks for asking. My new bifocals are great for driving and walking
around. I still need to get some computer lenses so that I don't get
my neck in a crick. You are the second Californian who has mentioned
Zeiss progressive lenses to me. Are they really that great? I
always suspected they were sort of a compromise.
Tullahoma, TN USA
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