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Carson Clip and Flip, Clip-On, Flip-Up Magnifying Lenses For Fly Tying, Reading, Hobby, Crafts and Other Low Vision Tasks Carson Clip and Flip, Clip-On, Flip-Up Magnifying Lenses For Fly Tying, Reading, Hobby, Crafts and Other Low Vision Tasks Carson Clip and Flip, Clip-On, Flip-Up Magnifying Lenses For Fly Tying, Reading, Hobby, Crafts and Other Low Vision Tasks Carson Clip and Flip, Clip-On, Flip-Up Magnifying Lenses For Fly Tying, Reading, Hobby, Crafts and Other Low Vision Tasks Carson Clip and Flip, Clip-On, Flip-Up Magnifying Lenses For Fly Tying, Reading, Hobby, Crafts and Other Low Vision Tasks Carson Clip and Flip, Clip-On, Flip-Up Magnifying Lenses For Fly Tying, Reading, Hobby, Crafts and Other Low Vision Tasks

Carson Clip and Flip, Clip-On, Flip-Up Magnifying Lenses For Fly Tying, Reading, Hobby, Crafts and Other Low Vision Tasks

Carson Clip and Flip, Clip-On, Flip-Up Magnifying Lenses For Fly Tying, Reading, Hobby, Crafts and Other Low Vision Tasks Carson Clip and Flip, Clip-On, Flip-Up Magnifying Lenses For Fly Tying, Reading, Hobby, Crafts and Other Low Vision Tasks Carson Clip and Flip, Clip-On, Flip-Up Magnifying Lenses For Fly Tying, Reading, Hobby, Crafts and Other Low Vision Tasks Carson Clip and Flip, Clip-On, Flip-Up Magnifying Lenses For Fly Tying, Reading, Hobby, Crafts and Other Low Vision Tasks Carson Clip and Flip, Clip-On, Flip-Up Magnifying Lenses For Fly Tying, Reading, Hobby, Crafts and Other Low Vision Tasks Carson Clip and Flip, Clip-On, Flip-Up Magnifying Lenses For Fly Tying, Reading, Hobby, Crafts and Other Low Vision Tasks
$ 9.99

Score By Feature

Based on 2,776 ratings
Sheerness
8.58
Light weight
8.48
Easy to use
8.08
Value for money
8.11
Sturdiness
7.88
Comfort
8.12

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Product Description

This clip shows you how. Turn the switch on, Flip it over (clips on to your regular glasses) Magnifying Lenses
Out of the way by flipping up When flipped down, becomes a hands-free device An online magnifier for free
It is great for flying The tying of hands or the handling of any other - You can use the magnifier for free
Craft and craft-related tasks, reading, model building, jewelry design, crafts, and other low vision tasks are all made easier with this magnifying lens kit
the power of 4 is equal to 2x the power of 2. The diopter has been adjusted to 00

Questions & Answers

To do crafts I need magnification even though I have trifocals. Is it possible to use these ?

I can wear them with my bifocals without any problems In this case, I see no reason to not do so. Using them for sewing, for crafts, at the piano, and at the computer prevents my head from bending over and giving me a sore neck while I work (the latter two things do not require me to tilt my head up). It's worth a shot, but I can only advise you to try them. This clip shows you how. It is a relief to be able to let go of a magnifying glass while using No, I have no idea if they are the same or better than a free enterprise People who work in the arts and crafts industry often use standing magnifiers. However, they are very handy, and they don't require a lot of space like this sort of thing.

The reading glasses that say "1. ", are in a corner of Walmart near the pharmacy, so I use those whenever I am there. In the 50" it is Two times the power of five. How many diopters are there at 25? It is difficult to understand. ?

In reading glasses, the power is listed in the eyeglass lens' curvature, which is in diopters. Magnifying power and diopter power are not the same, but instead they refer to the sized image divided by the size of the object. There is a simple mathematical relationship between diopter power and magnifying power. The number of dioptres Magnifying power Distance Your starting point F. A focal length is The power of magnifying is m A diopter is equal to forty inches, so four is 40 in. In math, M is equal to (D / 4) + 1. Is greater than or equal to 40"/D The following is the size of the image 25x40". 1 of 25 The dimensions are 31 x 32". 1. There are 5 sentences. *br>1. The size is 38 x 27 inches. The number 75 is The dimensions are 44" by 23" by 1". The dimensions are 50x20" *2. 1. There are 5 sentences. A 63x 16" image on a 3x1 sheet of paper. 3" x 75" *br>4. 1. There are 5 sentences. A 88x 12 inch canvas size, four by two inches. I was able to just flip the page to 10x 10"*br>4. 2 out of 5 The dimensions of the 13x9”*br>5 are 2x5. *6 2" x 25x 8" This is 75 x Then, figure out the “5", "br>7". 2 out of 5 The dimensions are 85x 5" x 9 The equation is 25x4. 3" *br>10 5" A 50x4" and a 11x3 are both acceptable. A 75x 3 is The 8" and the 13" are in bold. A 25 x 3" print will fit 18 5" wide. 2 times 50 = 50. 6" 3" *br>20 The following numbers are provided 00x 2" *40 The table I have shown you does not contain the entire table I have only shown enough for you to make some easy comparisons. It is estimated that most people wear "reading glasses" from 1 to 2. If you are working close, go from 25 D down to 3 or 4 D. A typical hand lens can be anywhere from 2x to 20x The typical jeweler's loupe is 10x or 40 D, so 5x is a significant difference. During the day, your cornea is 43 D, and the lens behind it is 17 D to 19 D. The lens behind your cornea allows you to see a range of colors, whereas your cornea is 43 D. It might be helpful if you read this.

How much easier is it to read small print with one than the other?

+3 means three. The time is +4 or 00. If 00 works, then that should be fine. Having the +4 makes me feel better. We do not have problems reading fine print and are able to do so at any time

What kind of rubber is used on the clip-on parts so that they won't scratch the ?

Although they are made of rubber, there are better alternatives available. However, I couldn't get them to fit properly on the glasses & they were uncomfortable to wear for long periods of time Be sure to stay in the correct position. More options can be found on Carson's website. In addition to working on fine-scale boats, I am a graphic artist. I've found Thinoptic's cheeters to be the most effective

Selected User Reviews For Carson Clip and Flip, Clip-On, Flip-Up Magnifying Lenses For Fly Tying, Reading, Hobby, Crafts and Other Low Vision Tasks

Cross stitch is so much easier with this! In cross stitch, I often do smaller projects (18count cloth, typically), and this puts a great deal of strain on my eyes
5/5

One of those magnifying glasses with a light that goes around your neck has been tried by me in the past. There were a few issues I had A slight shift would throw the ball off balance and cause it to flip over In this scenario, the angle of light was perfect so that if my husband looked at me he would be blinded As I looked up from the glass, I had to get used to my eyes taking a while to adjust when I wore it, my neck felt weird and I would get Although it wasn't exactly right, it was close enough. My cross stitching project for Christmas gifts is taking a little longer than I had hoped, so I decided This is my first purchase and so far, it's working great! Those sunglasses I am wearing in the picture cover the entire lens. They are the tallest I have. My eyes adjust instantly to long-distance viewing with their flip-up style, and the best part is that they flip up easily. Although I don't understand the science/anatomy of the whole thing, I am certain that I will not have to wait five years for this to happen. I had to wait 10 minutes for my eyes to come out of the fog caused by the magnifying lens. Additionally, they are easy to put on and take off, and their performance is far better than that of the other thing. Please be aware of the following It is great for up-close work, but blurry for long shots) and they are great for close-ups as well. As long as I am more than 8 inches away from my face, they completely cancel out my glasses prescription. I'm on the right track with my cross stitch, but I have trouble seeing the pattern about a foot away from me. However, the distance is not a deal breaker, so I guess I should expect them to be a little better. If there were another strength available in these, I'm not sure whether it would be better. These were deemed heavy by some people. As far as I know, I have not experienced it. One of my glasses in the photo is heavy and the other pair is very lightweight (the one in the pic is one of the heavier ones). Using one of the light weight pairs, I used these for about three hours last night without any issues. If there is a problem people with this could need their glasses adjusted to fit better even without this product. * Of course you are Dork Patrol when you wear these. You won't care about this. When you are done, you will have produced something so impressive that you won't even notice. As a whole, I'm very pleased with them. The fact that they're hand-crafted is amazing to me It is free to use them once they're on and they can be flipped up for other activities. It was a great experience to try this type of magnifying glass and I'm happy with my cross stitch projects as well.

Journee Bates
Journee Bates
| Mar 04, 2021
It can be used for embroidery
5/5

It is amazing to see these. It's tiring having to stare and focus on small details for so long when I do a lot of fine needlework for so many hours a day. However, these have provided me with much needed relief for my eyes. If you are looking for a magnifier to magnify up close craft work, get this one. My order for the 1 was originally for the 2. It was a 5x, but I exchanged it for a 2x and they came soon after. As well as fitting well onto your glasses, the lenses cling well. I haven't had any problems with them so far.

Keith Forbes
Keith Forbes
| Aug 14, 2020
This is a 7-star book I have never used a product like this! You may find these clips useful These magnifiers are the best I've used, by far the best I've ever used
5/5

In addition to doing computer repairs, firearm adjustments, and jewelry cleaning, I also do closeup work. You may find these clips useful I typically wear these ons in my pocket, which fit right within their own custom case, are light, easy to attach, stay in place, and are optically perfect. If you can get a pair for less than ten bucks, you can't beat it! It is a pain in the neck to use other brands that are heavy, bulky, and cumbersome. I ordered two sets of these and took a chance. A portion of each of them went into my computer bag, the rest went into my range bag. Whether I order another pair or two just so I can have a set located where I might require a clear view up close and personal might depend upon the location.

Kylo Herman
Kylo Herman
| May 29, 2021
I wouldn't mind it, but for tiny type it is useful
4/5

In my case, I needed something that would help me magnify the text from 8pt to 10pt, and these don't do it. Despite this, I can't see much through my trifocals with them, but can see through the top part which I really need for distance vision. That does not magnify in any way. It may clarify the type some, but I'll likely get new glasses I can wear until my appointment with the eye doctor in three days, so it is likely I will experience There are situations in which these are actually helpful, however, such as with tiny type that Occasionally, tiny font is used at the bottom of a document or label. My glasses do not allow me to see that, but with these I can read it quite easily, and that is actually a good thing since I like to read small text. The need for this has arisen for me. In any case, if I don't need them if my new glasses perform well, While that might be the case, I'm not entirely sure I've ever had a pair of glasses that allowed me to read I am likely to keep these just to read the tiniest of print, even though I do not utilize them much for most reading. The type of 6pt and less is what I'm talking about. A book or document or small label can easily be read since the field of vision is so wide. While I do hold the document at approximately 8 inches, I have to get used to it. My hands are usually closer to the document when I hold it than that. If you wear trifocals, it is likely that you will need two or even three magnifications for each. My original plan was to have one book for really small print and one for well over 11 points. But rather than that, I think I'll simply buy oversized or even giant books from now on. They seem pretty sturdy to me, though this is my first day using them and I could break them at any moment. No matter how they are worn or flipped, they are not especially comfortable. However, they can be tolerated. My experience can't tell me whether they are easy to use, but I think it depends on how strong and what type of glasses you have. The results will vary from person to person because everyone has different needs. In addition to the +2, I also purchased a 3.

Trey Atkinson
Trey Atkinson
| Apr 12, 2021

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