Readers

Wafer

$95.00

Color:

15 - Purple Crystal Front and Temples
Color

    Size:

    With slim-and-trim acetate and an exceptionally small silhouette, our Wafer readers are for going all-in on teeny-tiny. If you're looking to make a massive statement with some preposterously small frames, these will help you see things through.

    Despite their petite size, our Wafer readers are incredibly versatile and can accommodate a range of vision needs. Available in diopters ranging from 0.00 to +4.00, you can get Wafer as traditional full-lens readers or progressive readers, which let you see at all distances. Go ahead: embrace your inner fashionista (or fashionisto) and buy a pair of Wafer readers today. Trust us, you won't be disappointed, except for maybe when you have to take them off to go to bed. (Hey, you can't win them all.)

    Free U.S. Shipping On Orders $75+. Not instant gratification, but close.

    90-Day Returns. A chinchilla can make a baby in 90 days. We figure that's plenty of time for you to decide if you want to keep your glasses.

    Items in the Sale Collection are final sale — no returns or exchanges.

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    Frame Measurements

    Frame width
    Lens width
    Lens height
    Bridge width
    Temple length
    N Narrow 123mm 38mm 35mm 22mm 145mm
    N Narrow
    Frame width
    123mm
    Lens width
    38mm
    Lens height
    35mm
    Bridge width
    22mm
    Temple length
    145mm

    Frame Size Scale

    Frame Measurment Scale N

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    Our Story.

    Drugstores were full of cheap readers and optical retailers carried expensive designer frames, but there were no options in the gulf between. Enter eyebobs.

    Our Difference.

    We painstakingly select the very best materials, like luxury acetate, comfortable spring hinges, and best-in-class, optical quality lenses.

    Our Promise.

    We won’t take “meh” for an answer. If your life hasn’t been changed by one of our frames, our job has yet to be done.