Beyond their bold styles, these glasses also block harmful blue light rays produced by our daily electronics.
If anyone can make aging cool, it’s the folks behind Caddis Eye Appliances. The company founded by four former pro surfers is redefining the world of readers by crafting fashion-forward eyewear.
These aren’t your grandpa’s grocery store reading glasses. Yes, they magnify print. Yes, the company is targeting the over-forty crowd—90 percent of this age population needs reading glasses to counter presbyopia. This farsightedness is caused by a loss of elasticity in the lens of the eye that occurs naturally as we age and is compounded by our increasing use of blue-light electronics. But no, the readers made by Caddis are not cheap or generic.
Every pair of reading glasses is designed to be as unique as you are and accessorize your look. Whether you’re drawn to thick black frames housing clear glass or wire rims with tinted lenses, each style has an HEV coating that blocks blue light emitted by electronics. So go ahead and scroll a little longer without your eyes hating you.
Similarly, Caddis sun readers look like stylish sunglasses. But behind those dark UV-blocking lenses are bifocal reading segments that allow you to look through two areas of the lens. The upper portion of the lens has no magnification for focus on distant objects. The bifocal segment is for reading at close distance in bright conditions.
Caddis readers are about loving where you've been, loving where you are and hitting the gas pedal not the brakes. Put on a pair and welcome age awesome. Good reading glasses are worth investing in.