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  1. norm

    norm Grand Master
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    was having problems reading v.small print so took the plunge and forked out £1.50 for 2 pairs of quality reading glasses.
    the eye test i took was reading the different size of writing on side of box.When you cant make out the writing the corresponding number lets you know which one to buy
    got em bought and happly reading all those small words are so big :thumbsup:
    cant help wondering will start going blind in a couple of years :specs
     
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  2. Scots lad

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    Id get my eyes tested proper you only get one set so look after them
     
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  3. daveyboy

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    Who said that??:specs

    I'm supposed to wear glasses but never bother
    Probably why i do 0 detailing
    Can't see any bits left behind
     
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    Lol I'm over 50 now. I've done the same as Norm. Just using them for reading. Didn't need em up til me birthday. Went downhill the day I was 50. Can still manage with out them just easier with them
     
  5. Posh

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    I've worn the "cheapy " glasses for 6-7 years now. I went downhill at 45
     
  6. norm

    norm Grand Master
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    on that same saga :rolleyes: journey
    just after my birthday Markyboy 50 same thing happened to me, we must be lucky
     
  7. norm

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    6 -7 years sounds good enough :thumbsup:
     
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    We r lucky mate. I wouldn't wanna wear em full time. I remember my dad always breaking his years ago. Usually by me sitting on them lol
     
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    My mate bonkers bob spent £92 on reading glasses from boots. When I told him I got mine from the pound shop, he was devastated :eek:. I told him he could have 91 spares if he'd known :D
     
  10. jamiesmack

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    Ive been wearing glasses "full time" for a while now. My eyes seem to be getting worse all the time - I'm convinced its the glasses ruining my eyesight, not the increasing age :whistle:

    Its all a conspiracy by the opticians you see :hey:
     
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