Bryan Posted September 20, 2015 Share Posted September 20, 2015 I've required reading glasses for some considerable while now, and have recently used bifocals - one part for reading, another for using a VDU; my distance vision is still pretty good. At my last eye test the optician suggested that I tried varifocals, and I agreed to give them a go. Plus points so far include they're great for driving as I can read the instruments and Satnav, while also having clear forward vision. Reading good too, no problems. Still struggling with the VDU however, a lot of head movement required to scan the screen, particularly when processing photos. I've just got the glasses, and realise that there is a learning curve, so wondering if other long term users have come to terms with varifocals for VDU work? I have a two for one deal here and have a month to decide on what is best for me. Currently thinking about one pair varifocals and one pair just for VDU? Have been advised that bifocals and varifocals don't go together. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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