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Folding Half-Moon Reading Glasses

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  • Materials: Frame: ABS plastic; Lens: Polycarbonate
  • Care: Clean with microfiber wipe as needed
  • Includes: One pair of reading glasses, microfiber lens wipe
  • Durable and easy to use
  • Frames collapse easily and are impact-resistant
  • Attached to a sleek, black cord that hangs comfortably around the neck until ready to use
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 1.97" x 2.64" x 0.63"
  • Weight: 0.05 lb

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Folding Half-Moon Reading Glasses

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Always have your glasses on you with folding reading glasses you wear around your neck. Easy-to-use and discreet readers unfold when you need them (you can pick from various lens strengths) and collapse back when you're done.
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Neckglasses

When it came time for Neckglasses founder and interior designer Karen Ganovsky to need reading glasses, she wanted a better way to keep a pair handy. She thought up creating foldable readers with refined finishes that look discrete enough to wear as a low-key accessory.

Karen and partner Dianna Seddon developed these functional readers to be lightweight and easy to access and we think they nailed it—because what is more convenient than having a pair of glasses hanging from your neck? From an armless design that has a jewelry-like finish to pairs with more streamlined and utilitarian looks, Karen’s idea means no more digging around to find your reading glasses or leaving them behind.