Folding Rectangle Reading Glasses

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Lifesaver glasses.

1/5/2019 by David

Since my cataract surgery I only need Glasses to read.The folding glasses work well as they are out of the way until needed.When there folded up you need not worry about them breaking as much as regular glasses.


Did not like them

2/24/2019 by Christi

I found them hard to unfold and uncomfortable behind my ears once they were on...returned them.


very weak

1/8/2019 by Irene

I am returning these because they snapped off the chain after the first use, and when I had them on, they didn't close properly like they should have. Poorly made.


Dumb idea

12/31/2018 by Shirley

I purchased the folding glasses on the chain and another model. The rectangular ones are not functional because it’s like holding a magnifying glass the entire time. The other pair you use like normal glasses, thereby allowing a Person to use both hands while they work. I wish I could return and exchange the folding ones. Waste of money. I can byva magnifying glass on a chain at the dollar store.

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The Neckglasses Story

Neckglasses | Folding Reading Glasses

Double Vision

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. Read More Read Less