There are a few different methods you can use to discover your reading power.
1. Consult with your eye doctor and have them recommend a reading power based on your prescription. We highly recommend this method, as your eye doctor gives the most accurate information for your reading requirements.
2. Use our printable diopter chart and instructions on how to assist in trying to determine your reading power at home:
3. Visit a local store that carries reading glasses andtry on different powers to determine which one works best for you.
Once you know your reading power, then you would be able to shop any of our reading glasses. Our fully magnified readers have the power distributed throughout the entire lens while our bifocals have unmagnified lenses which also contain inserts with the magnification of your choice in the lower portion of the lenses.
- Will your reading glasses help my vision?
- How do I determine the best frames for my face shape?
- How do I input my prescription on Readers.com?
- Why doesn't the printable chart go higher than a +3.25?
- How do I buy reading sunglasses?
- Can you make readers with a different power in each eye?
- How can I find more information on glasses in general?
- Can I replace the lenses of my readers with prescription lenses?
- How do I know if these glasses will fit me?
- How do you measure your frames?
- Do your glasses come with a case?
- Do your glasses come with a case/pouch/cleaning cloth?
- I don't see my favorite pair of glasses on your website. How can I tell if they're in stock?
- What are aspheric lenses?
- Do your glasses have glass lenses?
- What is the warranty on these glasses?
- Do your bifocals have lines?
- How do I enter the top power for the bifocal?
- Why do I need blue-light blocking glasses?