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Try this Elvex Rx-300 Bifocal Safety Glasses With Gray Lens

http://www.safetyglassesusa.com/bf24.html
Those look like a good gamble.
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Can you order bifocals based on mono vision. My LASIK from 15 years ago has my left eye for reading (no bi focal) and my right for distance (need bi-focal). Still great vision, but lightness (ie- sunglasses) recently has an impact!
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Can you order bifocals based on mono vision. My LASIK from 15 years ago has my left eye for reading (no bi focal) and my right for distance (need bi-focal). Still great vision, but lightness (ie- sunglasses) recently has an impact!

There is where I get my sunglasses with a 2.0 corction for seeing the dash. If you lose one you won't cry like if you had Oakley's = low $.
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Try this Elvex Rx-300 Bifocal Safety Glasses With Gray Lens

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No luck...my eyes are unbalanced enough they have to be very different to see. I tried cheater and almost threw up from the effect
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Those look like a good gamble.
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Can you order bifocals based on mono vision. My LASIK from 15 years ago has my left eye for reading (no bi focal) and my right for distance (need bi-focal). Still great vision, but lightness (ie- sunglasses) recently has an impact!
I had LASIK 15 years ago also, with the mono vision.
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Can you order bifocals based on mono vision. My LASIK from 15 years ago has my left eye for reading (no bi focal) and my right for distance (need bi-focal). Still great vision, but lightness (ie- sunglasses) recently has an impact!
Sounds like a special case for people with monovision. Sounds like those with that situation might want to look into the PureVision
Multifocal lenses.I just need readers @ 2.0 for me to see the speedometer and the gas gauge!
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No luck...my eyes are unbalanced enough they have to be very different to see.
I noticed that unbalanced thing with you Midnite. Oh we're talking about eyes, sorry.
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I bought Wiley X. Paid way too much. Hate to wear them. No bifocal. Useless to me

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