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Bifocal Glasses

Shop a wide range of bifocal reading glasses and bifocal glasses. Bifocal glasses are quite convenient because they can be used as both reading glasses and prescription eyeglasses.

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    Benton Geometric

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    Hale Geometric

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    Elliott Round

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    FAQ

  • What Are Bifocal Glasses?

    Bifocal eyeglass lenses feature two different prescriptions. The top half of these lenses is used for seeing distances, while the bottom half is for seeing up close.

  • Who Should Wear Bifocal Eyeglasses?

    Because bifocals make it easier to transition from seeing things far away to seeing up close, they’re ideal for people who have nearsighted and farsighted vision.

  • What Are the Benefits of Bifocal Glasses?

    Because they provide dual prescriptions in one lens, bifocal glasses eliminate the need to switch glasses throughout the day.

  • What’s the Difference Between Bifocal and Progressive Lenses?

    Whereas bifocal eyeglasses feature dual prescriptions for both farsighted and nearsighted needs, progressive lenses allow for transitions from far, intermediate and near distances.

  • What Is Better: Bifocal or Progressive Lenses?

    Both bifocal glasses and progressive lenses have their pros and cons. We recommend that you consider your lifestyle and particular needs when choosing your eyeglasses.

    FAQ

  • What Are Bifocal Glasses?

    Bifocal eyeglass lenses feature two different prescriptions. The top half of these lenses is used for seeing distances, while the bottom half is for seeing up close.

  • Who Should Wear Bifocal Eyeglasses?

    Because bifocals make it easier to transition from seeing things far away to seeing up close, they’re ideal for people who have nearsighted and farsighted vision.

  • What Are the Benefits of Bifocal Glasses?

    Because they provide dual prescriptions in one lens, bifocal glasses eliminate the need to switch glasses throughout the day.

  • What’s the Difference Between Bifocal and Progressive Lenses?

    Whereas bifocal eyeglasses feature dual prescriptions for both farsighted and nearsighted needs, progressive lenses allow for transitions from far, intermediate and near distances.

  • What Is Better: Bifocal or Progressive Lenses?

    Both bifocal glasses and progressive lenses have their pros and cons. We recommend that you consider your lifestyle and particular needs when choosing your eyeglasses.