Aviator-style pinhole glasses are becoming famous for helping people
improve their vision without the risks of laser surgery or the expense
of prescription eyeglasses.
Our pinhole glasses have the following features:
* Quality construction with thick pinhole panel that stays firmly in place
* Metal hinges!
* High quality, thick frame resists breakage
* Unconditionally guaranteed
Frequently-asked questions about pinhole glasses:How do pinhole glasses work?
glasses work by exercising your ciliary muscle group that alters the
shape of your lens. An "out of shape" eye lens causes an inability to
focus images on the retina, resulting in blurred vision. Pinhole glasses
exercise the ciliary muscles, helping restore a normal range of focus
that restores clear vision. Read more at Natural News:http://www.naturalnews.com/034345_blurred_vision_eye_doctors_pinhole_glasses.htmlHow will I know if they are working for me?
minute you put them on, you will INSTANTLY see more clearly. Many
people are astonished at the difference in vision they experience
instantly. Some people actually scream out in surprise at the fact that
they can suddenly see clearly.Is it safe to use pinhole glasses?
there are no dangerous side effects from wearing pinhole glasses.
Obviously, do not wear them while driving or performing any action that
requires your full attention.Can I use pinhole glasses if I'm wearing contact lenses?
you can, although it is best to try wearing pinhole glasses without
your contact lenses to see how much it can improve your focus.For how long should I wear the pinhole glasses?
try them for just a few minutes a day, building up to roughly one hour
each day as your focus improves. You may find that you need for
prescription glasses and contacts diminishes with time.What will my eye doctor say about pinhole glasses?
likely, he will dismiss them as useless because he is either not
familiar with how well they work, or he feels his business is possibly
threatened by them.Do pinhole glasses work for everyone?
There are many causes of poor vision. Pinhole glasses only help address
poor vision caused by weak ciliary muscles or lens inflexibility. It
does not resolve cataracts or other causes of blurred vision. Pinhole
glasses are not medical devices.