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Hydrotac™ Stick-on Bifocal Reading Lenses


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Hydrotac® Stick-on Bifocal Reading Lenses

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Hydrotac™ lenses turn any glasses into magnifying glasses with superior clarity. Just add water and adhere. Lenses are 1.2 inches in diameter and are removable, reusable. Great for those who require magnification for eyewear that is not prescription, like sunglasses. Hydrotac™ lenses can be trimmed to size with a sharp scissors and positioned anywhere on the lens. Use the included protective case to keep them safe when not in use.

  • 1.2 inches in diameter
  • Material: Polymer aspheric
  • Removable and reusable
  • Trim with scissors to customize shape
  • Fits ALL Eyewear
  • Contact lenses for your sunglasses
  • MADE IN USA


Product Rating: (4.29)   # of Ratings: 21   Rate It! Click Here to rate this product

1. Anonymous User on 6/10/2014, said:

If you have a computer and can post a rediculous comment about them not having any information/instructions then surely you can watch optx20/20 video through you tube. Easy to use
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2. Anonymous User on 5/20/2014, said:

I bought a pair of these several years ago while on vacation and stuck them on my favorite pair of sunglasses. They lasted through motorcycling, swimming, snowmachining until I lost my sunglasses. I was heartbroken to find that these were off the market. They're back!!! Yay!! As for the comment on the Amazon purchase, not the same quality. Stick with the real ones. Love them!
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3. Anonymous User on 3/31/2014, said:

I have used these for years and missed them when they went off market for a while. I turned two high end but non prescription flying glasses into my favorite sunglasses which also now allow me to read the instruments as well.
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4. Anonymous User on 3/7/2014, said:

I make glass beads, and use special lenses to protect my eyes from the glare in the torch flame. Over the years, it got harder to see the tiny details that I'm known for. I didn't want to replace my expensive glasses, and this was the best solution. It is wonderful to be able to see tiny things again! I didn't have trouble cutting them with scissors. It seems like they could be just a little more clear, though.
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5. Shelley on 12/27/2013, said:

I have been using these for over 6 years. I have a set in every pair of sunglasses I own, and I just love them. I have trimmed them and installed them and LOVE THEM! I waited for the factory to be rebuilt so I could buy some more! FABULOUS FIND! THANKS!
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6. maurice on 11/13/2013, said:

The lenses are too big Cutting too difficult and not easy Magnification is ok
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7. Anonymous User on 11/2/2011, said:

For years I have been shopping for standard sunglasses with a BiFocal segment (what a pain). Then one day at an air show a vendor sold me a package of HydroTac Stick-ons. I move them from time to time amoungst my various sun glasses. All I can say is WOW! They are terriffic! Thanks Guys. (Bob A.)
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8. Anonymous User on 9/11/2011, said:

Been using them on cycle goggles for 12 months now. They are brilliant. Dont know what some of the wallys are talking about - can't cut with scissors - get back to nursery class; need more instructions cos couldn't see that it says wet with water first? Learn to read before using.
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9. Anonymous User on 6/12/2011, said:

I've been using HydroTac stick-ons for over 7 years now on sunglasses for cycling. While they are less than optical quality, they are far cheaper than prescription sunglasses, way more than good enough for reading maps, menus, cycle computer/GPS and so on. They can be trimmed with sharp scissors to just the size/shape needed,and they do not wash off in the rain. ... digitalcyclist in Brockville, Canada
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10. Anonymous User on 5/31/2011, said:

I am into cycling I wear glasses by using these in my optic nerve sunglasses . I am able to read my cyclo computer,maps and work on bike when riding with out glasses. I have 2 pair in smoke lens and bronze lens.I have been using these now for 6 years lets just say these KICK AS_ !!!!!! Every 2 months take them off and restick them on.Some on here say you cant trim them I was able to custom fit then to lens so that not true
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