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As an Optician, it's part of my job to stay-up-to-date on the latest articles, and TV specials, and other news topics related to eyewear. Most of the time, I can agree on the articles and topic discussions, but I was really disappointed by the misinformation '60 Minutes' provided regarding eyewear. Not only did it make false claims towards us opticians but it also mislead the general public.
Update: (2/14/18) We now have six available lens shapes, different frame styles, and digital lenses (upgrade) to choose from. Please visit our Billiard Section for more details.
As we get older our eyes change. If you love to play billiards but noticed your eyesight has changed over the years and now you require eyeglasses. At this point, I'm sure you have became frustrated that you can no longer see the entire length of the pool table as well as where you're aiming your shot with your present (non-billiard) glasses.
I'm sure you've gone through countless pairs of eyewear but could never find the exact pair just for billiards.
We are seeing a lot of contact wearers switching over to eyewear. And if YOU wear contacts then you should too!!
Those who wear contacts chose to wear them for multiple reasons:
You just bought a new pair of prescription or non-prescription eyewear. You can't wait to show off your new glasses or sunglasses to your friends, family, or co-workers. Or, you want to show your new stylish look to impress your boss, look good for an upcoming interview, or get a few looks on the beach. But, if you DO NOT maintain and clean your glasses, all the money you spent will go to waste very soon. It doesn't take much to scratch or permanently damage your new eyewear.
Here is the best way to avoid anything happening to your glasses or sunglasses.
Is this the look that you want??
Or would you prefer this look?
Problem: Too many middle aged individuals wear readers. Do you think that wearing eyewear on the tip of your nose looks good? Everyday your family, friends, and co-workers see this appearance. What's worse is I bet you are constantly putting on your readers every time someone hands you something to read, only to take them off a few minutes later. Every time you read the newspaper, menu, or books, you're going through this needless process. Also, by putting them on the collar of your shirt or on top of your head, eventually you will misplace them and then you won't be able to get through your day until you purchase a new pair of eyewear. The best place to keep your eyewear is either wear them on your face or store them in your case.