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BUT WHAT IF...?

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I DON'T NEED HELP READING?

SHORT ANSWER: Good one! 
LONG ANSWER: Some of us need a little extra magnification for, reading books, menus, phone screens and whatnot. Why not try our screen lenses?
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BUT I LIKE THEM!

SHORT ANSWER: Good. We do too
LONG ANSWER: Try our Screen Lens options! These have no magnification power and feature an anti-blue light lens coating to reduce digital eye strain, use it for scrolling your feed.
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HOW DO THE SCREEN GLASSES WORK?

SHORT ANSWER: Your mum was right.
LONG ANSWER: She told us staring at screens would give us square eyes. Find out all about the screen lenses over here
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DO I NEED READING GLASSES?

SHORT ANSWER: Great question!
LONG ANSWER: Try our Tester Kit and see, or consult your optician.
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I DON'T KNOW HOW TO CHOOSE OR USE?

SHORT ANSWER: Test them out!
LONG ANSWER: So if you think a little extra magnification would help with close reading, try our Tester Kit (available at retail stockists of TBC) and find out what works for you! Simply follow the instructions in store using the lens sample and text provided.
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I DON'T KNOW IF I CAN USE THESE..
IS A PRESCRIPTION REQUIRED?

SHORT ANSWER: No
LONG ANSWER: Even though there is no prescription is required for TBC Vision glasses, if you already have scripted glasses or wear contact lenses we recommend you consult your optician before using any optic-ready eyewear.
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CAN I HAVE MY PRESCRIPTION INSERTED?

SHORT ANSWER: Yes
LONG ANSWER: Though our glasses are designed to fit some scripted lenses we do not recommend fitting specialist optical lenses into our frames as they may not meet the same standards as optical frames.
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CAN I DRIVE IN THEM?

SHORT ANSWER: No.
LONG ANSWER: No no no no no nono no. No.
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WHAT THE, IS BPA?

Short Answer: Bad.
Long Answer: Not in our product! Our plastic frames are BPA-free and recyclable. Feelin’ good (smug).

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I WANT THEM ALL!

Short Answer: Me too!
Long Answer: Well good news, the all-plastic styles are recyclable! Pop the lenses and hinge pins out and into the recycling they go, along with your disposable plastic drink bottles (but we don’t use those anymore, do we).