The Reading Glass You’ve Been Waiting For!

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 Multi Focus Advanced Reading Glasses

Tired of taking your glasses off and putting them on all day?  Wish you didn’t have to peer over your glasses as often as you do?  Foster Grant® has the solution to your problems with its latest innovation in Reading Glasses, Multi Focus™ Advanced Reading Glasses. Multi Focus Readers feature three lens strengths in one pair of Readers:

  • For Reading: Your normal strength
  • For the Computer: A slightly less than normal strength
  • For Interacting: Half normal strength

Shop Multi Focus Reading Glasses

The Multi Focus Reader collection features several optical-inspired contemporary and classic styles for men and women.  All Multi Focus readers are equipped with metal spring hinges that provide more comfort when worn and more durability than other Readers. Our Readers are quality control tested to ensure that every pair meets the Foster Grant standards.

FAQ

  • How do I order my strength, or what should I choose for a strength and how do I know if it is right for me?
    • To order the correct strength, simply select the same strength you currently use. For example, if you currently have a pair of readers with a +2.50 strength, that is exactly what you want to order.
  • Are there lines that separate the zones?
    • No, there are no visible lines or distinguished marks that separate the zones; we’ve designed the areas to be located where your eye location will be using the glasses.
  • Where can I find Multi Focus Advanced Reading Glasses near me?
    • Here is a small list of the retailers that carry our Multi Focus product line; Loblaws, Echo, Hudson. Rexall, Rite Aid, Kroger, Safeway, CVS, Walgreens, Bi-Mart, AAFES, Walmart, SuperValu, Ahold, ARM, Fred Meyer & Hannaford.
  • Do these reading glasses have a warranty?
    • Every pair of Foster Grant sunglasses and reading glasses are covered by our comprehensive warranty which can be found here: Warranty.
  • What if I don’t like these glasses? Can I return them to the store?
    • Almost all retailers allow for a free exchange or return if you are unhappy with your purchase, individual retailer rules may apply.
  • I bought the Multi Focus readers online and want to return or exchange them, what should I do?
    • Every purchase on FosterGrant.com qualifies for FREE shipping and FREE returns, all you have to do, is join our Rewards Program which is also FREE! You earn points for every dollar you spend and every single purchase will come with a postage paid return label, in the box, and if you don’t like the product or want to exchange, simply put them back in the original box and attach our return label to the box. Drop the package off at a convenient shipping location and we’ll take care of the rest!

The following retailers carry our Mutli-Focus Readers, not every single store may carry them but you can at least call and see if they have them available!

Loblaws, Echo, Hudson. Rexall, Rite Aid, Kroger, Safeway, CVS, Walgreens, Bi-Mart, AAFES, Walmart, SuperValu, Ahold, ARM, Fred Meyer & Hannaford.

 

 

18 Responses to “The Reading Glass You’ve Been Waiting For!”

  1. james Nelson

    Are the multi focus appropriate for reading and also long distance? Example: driving or identifying people across the room?

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    • jlacroix

      James,

      No, this is not the intention of our Multi Focus product. See our description below:
      For reading, a normal strength is provided at the bottom of the lens. A slightly less than normal strength is in the middle of the lens for a typical distance from your eyes to the computer. For Interacting with people across a desk length, the top layer is half the normal strength.

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    • jlacroix

      Fernando, Currently we don’t offer a product for all three of the activities you’ve mentioned. The reason being; computer readers will filter blue light, driving glasses will either be orange / yellow tinted for driving at night or polarized for day driving and then reading glasses would be functional all by themselves. The three technologies can’t be cross developed because they each serve such a different purpose. Thanks for asking though!

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  2. Candice Kister

    I tried on a pair at CVS and could tell that these glasses would be fantastic, but the maximum strength they carried was 2.75x. Do you make them with the maximum strength of 3.25?

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    • jlacroix

      Candice, due to certain state limitations on lens strengths of readers, we decided not to produce these with strengths that high. +3.00 and higher lens strengths are very hard to come by because of state laws, although we do produce them.

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  3. Nancy McBride

    I want to order a pair of these it’s just what I need. Currently use 2 different pair one for reading and one for all purpose . I find the closed captions on tv are difficult to read with any glasses I have tried.

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  4. John Esch

    looking for sunglasses with std bifocal readers i.e. 1.75. Base sun glass would have no prescription

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  5. vikki

    I didn’t see a multi reader that is 1.25 should I go up or down on the strength

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    • jlacroix

      Vikki, we would recommend going down a strength, typically if you go over the strength you need, you’ll be hindered with eye fatigue, headaches, etc because the strength is too strong. You would certainly want to try them on at a store first to ensure the lower strength works for you.

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  6. Marie Price

    I would love to have the multifocus in sunglasses, because I use my computer in sunlight

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    • jlacroix

      No plans at this time, but I’ll be sure to forward your request!

      Reply
    • jlacroix

      No plans at this time, but I’ll be sure to forward your request!

      Reply
  7. Please please make this in a women’s sized version. I need a very narrow frame, and prefer a thinner frame (or frameless). I LOVE having multiple focus in one pair!!!

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  8. Karen Roles

    Will FG consider making the multifocus in sunglasses in the future?

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    • jlacroix

      No plans at this time, but I’ll be sure to forward your request!

      Reply

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