Have some fruit.

An apple isn’t an orange. That’s why you can’t compare them, apples and oranges. But an orange, or any fruit for that matter, can drive you bananas. That is unless you look closely enough to properly identify the fruit.

Fruit inspection is one of the best reasons for using reading glasses from VisAcuity.com.  This metaphorical video explains it best.


Alexa, Proof of Concept

Special thanks to Shelley Grossman who equipped this household with this device just prior to the arrival of Hurricane Irma. Alexa, say hello. Hi there. Now, follow my line of reasoning. Miami Palmetto High School is just a short drive from here. Alexa, did Jeff Bezos go to Miami Palmetto High School? Yes Jeff Bezos is Continue reading


What Is the Role of Color When Choosing Reading Glasses?

When people choose reading glasses, they spend most of the time focusing on the frame. Would the angular shaped frames suit the shape of their face? Would aviator glasses make the face look too or long? Most people rarely agonize over the color of their reading glasses. After all, what is there to agonize about? Continue reading


Can inexpensive drug store readers harm your eyes?

Cheap readers won’t harm your eyes, but they may reduce the amount of time you can read comfortably. Drug store readers are typically made with plastic lenses. Plastic lenses won’t hurt your eyes, but they do distort and don’t deliver optimal clarity. So, you won’t be seeing as well as you could. That may lead Continue reading


When purchasing readers, what’s most important?

Getting the proper diopter strength is most significant. You’ll find self-administered eye tests on most websites and in retail stores. Use such a test before buying reading glasses. If you feel you are able to see best through 2 different strengths of lenses, select the lesser strength. For example, if you can see equally well through Continue reading