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Do "No Line" bi-focals allways have fuzzy spots in the view?

Asked by Sean (47points) March 31st, 2008

There seems to be areas that don’t come into focus no mater the angle or distance. These glasses are brand new to me, and I’m new to glasses in general so before I go demanding some restitution I thought I should ask.

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andrew's avatar

I’ve had progressive lenses for nearly 10 years and never had that problem.

I have, however, had an incorrect prescription which caused me a world of hurt—something to consider.

Also, I switched back to glasses after wearing solely contacts for 3 months and it took me about 4 days to get my sea-eyes, if you will. Give it that long, especially if it’s a new style of lens. If you’re still having trouble, I’d definitely start asked some questions.

rancid's avatar

Eye doctor tried to get me to wear them damn things once. Made my head hurt so bad, I spent the entire night in bed (not something I normally do). I went back to the doc the next day, in a really bad mood. Not good. I left with a $500 bill for being the cause of plate glass window malfunction.

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