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Radiation Readers, Bifocals - Carbon

ProductsRadiation Readers, Bifocals - Carbon
Company AliMed, Inc.
Item Radiation Readers, Bifocals - Carbon
Features 
  • Combine 0.75 mm Pb equivalent radiation protection for your eyes with an intrinsic bifocal-style magnifier for farsight correction.
  • The top portion of these bifocals are plano (neutral), so that your far vision is not compromised or altered.
  • The lower portion is ground to the most common farsight corrections for close work. Don't confuse these with drugstore quality reading glasses. These are precision ground to optical laboratory quality standards.
  • Description Qualcraft Radiation Readers, Carbon Glasses. Protect yourself and have close-vision clarity.
    Info AliMed, Inc.
    Customer Service: (800) 225-2610

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