Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Web Secret 468: ThinOPTICS
When I was young, I was a bit off with my guess.
By several decades.
I thought I wouldn't need reading glasses until I was in my eighties.
In fact, the average age at which Americans get reading glasses is around 40. By age 45 most of us are doomed.
And here's the truth: reading glasses are a pain in the neck.
People lose them, forget them, and otherwise never seem to have them on hand when they need them.
It's SUPER annoying.
Thank the Lord for ThinOPTICS.
They are wafer thin, weightless, pince-nez, that fold into an insubstantial case you can attach to the back of your smartphone.
They come in 6 different colors, or, if you want more visual excitement, in designer patterns.
For under $30.
You can thank me now.