Readers

High-Low

$95.00 $95.00

Color:

10 - Purple Marble with Blue Top Front and Purple Marble Temples
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    Up high! Down low! This could be you rewarding your nephew for eating his peas, or you showing off how versatile your new readers are. Our unisex High-Low readers are named for their prodigious ability to sit high or low on your nose thanks to their kookily chameleonic printed acetate up top, clear lenses on the bottom, and adjustable nose pads. Whether you’re a creative type with hands in many baskets or a corporate powerhouse with a Bohemian streak, this funky geometric pair will be a reliable comrade whilst letting everyone know you live on the edge. Trust us – the only thing average about them is their size. Try them as traditional full-lens readers or progressives to let your one-of-a-kindness shine.

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    Frame Measurements

    Frame width
    Lens width
    Lens height
    Bridge width
    Temple length
    A Average 135mm 44mm 40mm 23mm 145mm
    A Average
    Frame width
    135mm
    Lens width
    44mm
    Lens height
    40mm
    Bridge width
    23mm
    Temple length
    145mm

    Frame Size Scale

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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.