Best vision care products according to redditors

We found 708 Reddit comments discussing the best vision care products. We ranked the 334 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Vision Care Products:

u/Pays4Porn · 230 pointsr/funny

Amazon sells them.

u/[deleted] · 72 pointsr/funny
u/coolcool23 · 45 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

If the goal was to reduce intensity they should have used red light. Blue light is much more taxing on the average person's eyes and has been linked to sleep disorders. That's why they make these.

u/Aarenas52 · 27 pointsr/send_nudes

Where can i get these!?!?!?!

Edit: Here is a link

u/frozenlores · 21 pointsr/gaming

Couldn't someone just use something like these.. only wear them in reverse (so they are pointing up)?

Prism glasses or These

> Reizen Prism Bed Spectacles allow you watch television or read while lying down in bed without neck strain. The lenses are right angle prisms that change the normal line of sight without any distortion. Just lay down in bed, put on the bed spectacles and you'll be able to read a book or view the TV screen as though it was directly in front of you.

I would love to see a pic of someone wearing those looking normally straight ahead, thus defeating Walmart!!

u/Tekekk · 21 pointsr/send_nudes

Here you go!


u/BenzoV · 20 pointsr/Cyberpunk

Looks like:
A bunch of other similar ones out there though.

u/Jaydi · 15 pointsr/PS4

Get some blue light blocking glasses. I always play before bed and I put these on and it does the same thing as flux. Don't get the Gunners. Search for Gamma Ray Glasses. You can get them for $10.

For example:

u/c_r_i_c_k_e_t_s · 14 pointsr/funny

It looks like they have a few options at amazon:


They sell pretty cool LED Display sunglasses too:

u/clamsPIANOS · 13 pointsr/ValveIndex

I can vouch for this, I use it on my eye glasses as well.

Alcohol and ammonia free.

Be sure to remove any tiny particulates from the lenses, or you will scratch them!

u/jaysanw · 12 pointsr/photography

Second u/TwiztedZero: Zeiss disposable pre-moistened wipes (i.e. the same ones used for cleaning eyeglass lenses) are great for general purpose maintenance upkeep:

If you use a cloth, go microfiber (i.e. never anything paper that sheds fibers):

u/deco95 · 12 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Do you clean your glasses everyday? I used to have this problem all the time until I started using lens wipes daily. I'm assuming you're in the UK so this might be something to try, I use ones from Costco but idk if you guys have that there. You might be able to find smaller/cheaper packs at Boots or whatever drugstore too. Make sure you wipe down the nose pads, lens, and basically every part of your glasses, and do it every day before you put them on in the morning as well as after any heavy activities where you sweat a lot. You can also use plain alcohol wipes which might be stronger at disinfecting but that might damage your glasses over time if you do it everyday, I use alcohol swabs maybe once every 2 weeks and the lens wipes every day.

u/ImAThicSwede · 12 pointsr/furry_irl

CHEMION - Customizable Bluetooth LED Glasses for Raves, Festivals, Fun, Parties, Sports, Costumes, EDM, Flashing - Display Messages, Animation, Drawings!

u/OldHob · 10 pointsr/editors

Obviously you wouldn’t want to wear these while color grading, but I have a friend who swears by these tinted glasses for reducing eye strain.

u/3disamazing · 9 pointsr/ProductPorn

I bought one and hopes it will work great. I always searching for something like this to watch series while on bed.

u/frere_de_la_cote · 8 pointsr/mildlyinteresting
u/for_science77 · 8 pointsr/rarepuppers

Link to woofers glasses

u/yetausern · 7 pointsr/witcher

Zeiss Pre-Moistened Lens Cleaning Wipes, 6 x 5-Inches (400-Count)

u/DanChubSFW · 7 pointsr/FashionReps
u/Nethlem · 7 pointsr/funny

Here are matching glasses for a truly "lit" outfit.

u/Lightstorm66 · 6 pointsr/GearVR
u/octarine0121 · 6 pointsr/ehlersdanlos

I like to read laying on my belly with the book propped in front of me. I've also been wanting to try these prism glasses for reading while laying down:

u/kickstand · 5 pointsr/photography
u/steinman17 · 5 pointsr/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu

These fucking things. Buy them. They are fucking awesome. I have them stashed all over the place.

u/TheHoundThatRides · 5 pointsr/LosAngeles

If any of you guys work in front of a computer or under flourescent lights, blue-light filtering glasses are game-changers and I suggest you get some. As nerdy as they'll make you look, it's worth it to reduce eye strain.

I scratched up a pair I've had for 4 years now and for the first time in my life, paid same-day shipping for a new pair since I don't want to go without em.

u/ThomasChristo · 5 pointsr/Coachella

I'm in the minority that has to wear hard contacts (mine happens to be a scleral lens) so I'm posting my plan since you can't toss these like soft contacts and you usually only have one pair

It's relatively simple, I'm bringing in a hard contact lens remover, a simple contact lens case pre-filled with contact saline. I might bring in one of the sealed saline vials in with me. I plan to pop a squat somewhere to take out the contact into my lens case right before the sunset set that I attend or while I'm eating dinner

I'm not going to try and bring in the usual prescribed pH solution and disinfectant solution since that has to stay upright in the [disinfecting canister] ( to work effectively (but you should do this everyday after you leave the festival grounds). I'm not planning on bringing in any eye drops

u/louman84 · 5 pointsr/Coachella
u/Xcapegoat · 5 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

Check out Chemion's They are pretty large, but so many options of things to put on the screen.

u/LostSkeletonRMB · 4 pointsr/DiWHY

Why is right..these have existed as novelty glasses for ages.

Amazon still sells them.

i wipers- Wiper Glasses (color may vary)

u/PM_me_your_EDS_tips · 4 pointsr/POTS

They are available, and quite helpful for neck pain and reading while laying down (though it’s better for sleep hygiene if you don’t do it in bed). They go by prism glasses as well. I’ve only found mediocre quality, but they are pretty cheap

u/KDLGates · 4 pointsr/ValveIndex

When I clean my Vive lenses I usually use glasses cleaner soaked into a spot on a microfiber cloth (which I assume to be some kind of special soapy solution, but really have no idea), which I then do gentle circular wipes with (after making sure there's no obvious hard particles sitting on the lens). Specifically, I use Koala Kleaner, but that's just because I got a big bottle of it with some microfiber wipes.

Is there a reason this is a bad idea vs. dry wipes, or is dry just safer than using a solution that "might" be alcohol-based or ammonia-based, etc.?

u/CubeXombi · 3 pointsr/gadgets

Here: i just saved you 70$

u/JonnyF88 · 3 pointsr/Keratoconus

You could need a better fit, they fogged up when dry and needed a refit.
I wouldn’t store them dry, my doctor recommended this brand of saline

PuriLens Plus Preservative Free Saline Twelve 4-fl. oz(120-mL)Bottles

u/tenaku · 3 pointsr/Vive

these are the bomb. I've been using them on glasses, camera lenses, etc. for years.

u/dancer101 · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I use the ones made by Zeiss. They contain alcohol which should clean and sanitize. I get mine at Walmart, $5 for 100.

u/hypersonicG · 3 pointsr/Vive

This product below was recommended by someone from Valve at launch, and I've been using them ever since on both my Vive and sunglasses. I thought I wouldn't like the separate packaging per swab, but it's a perfect amount of moisture every time and works flawlessly. I will be reordering when I run out (still have over 50% left, 13+ months later), and highly recommend them:

u/MBoffin · 3 pointsr/oculus

I use lens cleaning wipes from Zeiss. /u/cybereality confirmed that at Oculus they also have lens wipes on hand for cleaning their Rifts. The ones I have have alcohol in them and /u/cybereality confirmed that theirs also have alcohol. (Source)

I use these:

These wipes basically work like magic and give me pristine, crystal clear, perfectly clean lenses afterward.

(Watch this to see what will happen to your DK2 lenses.)

u/ElectronicBacon · 3 pointsr/PSVR

These are recommended for pro DSLR gear and prescription eyeglasses.

u/NoGod4MeInNYC · 3 pointsr/Vive

Well first off build yourself a top of the line pc with the new i7-7700k and GTX 1080 (or if money really isn't an issue get a GTX Titan XP and upgrade it to the 1080 Ti when it comes out lol).

Then make sure you have enough room. I only have 1.7 x 2.2m and it works great, but you can get up to 3x3m and over if you have the space.

The cord isn't too bad in most games, you will learn to just step over it. Certain games like Holopoint and Racket NX will have you spinning and getting tangled, but you can download a program called Advanced OpenVR Settings that will tell you how many spins you made in a certain direction so you can spin the other way ingame.

You will have a lot of add-ons to buy in a few months - Wireless (TPCast) , Hi5 Gloves , deluxe audio strap for added comfort , VR15 Rifle Accessory

And I 100% suggest that you buy a few of these sleep masks, cut out the middle, and use them as faceplate cushions instead of the default one, they are way more comfortable.

And get a box of these to wipe your lenses :P

u/the_freudian_slit · 3 pointsr/C25K

Get some Cat Crap. It comes in a paste or spray and works great. I use it on glasses, goggles and swim masks.

u/TheCoronersGambit · 3 pointsr/graphic_design

GAMMA RAY 003 Computer Readers Reading Glasses in Ergonomic Memory Flex Frame w UV Protection, Anti Blue Rays, Anti Glare and Scratch Resistant Lens in 53-16-140 Size - +0.00 Magnification

I've got a pair of these. They've been good. They alsolook decent, and are well made. $13.

u/CnWarring · 3 pointsr/Accounting

Gamma Ray glasses, built like a tank. I do get weird looks when people see me switch between these and my reading glasses for meetings.

u/DishTheRock · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I bought some of these just to see if they would make a difference. It took a day to get used to them but Now I wear them literally all day every day. It makes everything so much easier on your eyes. I definitely see a difference when staring at my computer all day and also while I'm driving at night.

u/InLieuOfGoldSendTits · 3 pointsr/EyeFloaters

What I was going to say was pick up a pair of these:

I thought my floaters were straining my eyes but it turned out it was my computer and phone. I didn't want to cut back since I use the PC for my job so I just wear these when I'm online or on my phone. It has cut back on my headaches and tense-eye feeling tremendously, plus they're cheap as shit.

The tint on these ones are barely noticeable

u/citadel712 · 3 pointsr/LifeProTips

You can try any / all of these. I put them in order of what I would try first:

  1. Ambient light - If you are in a dark room, the bright monitor will strain your eyes. Turn on a lamp or something. I use a dim light behind me when working at night.

  2. The 20-20-20 rule, or something similar. Every 20 minutes, look at something 20 feet away, for 20 seconds. Basically, don't just stare at your screen for hours on end.

  3. Something like f.lux, or computer glasses. The harsh blue light from computer screens contributes to eye strain. Cutting out the blue via software (f.lux) or glasses meant for computers helps. Many people don't like this option at first because it screws with your colors, but you'll eventually get used to it. IMO not really re

  4. Artificial Tears - These are special eye drops. These are not Visine or other similar products that get redness out (don't use those, they make things worse), but rather lubricant drops. Something like Systane Ultra, or other "Lubricant Eye Drops" can help your eyes if they are drying out. They're kind of expensive: a small $15 bottle will last 2-6 months or so, depending on how often you use them.
u/nurdpie · 3 pointsr/WhitePeopleTwitter

To add to this: I got mine on Amazon for $14.99. I was getting terrible headaches every other day from eye strain. Haven’t had one since. Just make sure the magnification is 0.00x unless you want/need reading glasses.

u/callouspenguin · 3 pointsr/Games

So I bought a pair on sale for something around 25 dollars because I, like you, thought they were bullshit. I'm an optical engineer who happens to play a boatload of computer games, so I have the methods to test them.

Yes, they filter light out and change the temperature of what you're viewing. Yes, they have an AR coating, which helps to reduce glare a lot.

However, if you don't get them on sale they are ridiculously expensive, and even more so if you need prescription versions. Save yourself the trouble. If you're on your computer, use f.lux. This used to not work great with fullscreen modes and had some issues where it would pop in and out of tint, but the program has made some great strides.

If you game a lot on console/can't be arsed to install and modify f.lux or for whatever reason can't use it, then I highly suggest getting something to help your eyes out. Here's a sample pair from another, much cheaper, company:

There are cheaper options as well, depending on style.

u/daveyouremywifenow · 3 pointsr/Vive

I use a combination of the lens duster to get any potential bits of grit off the lens' before cleaning, then the zeiss cleaning wipes and am scratch free for over a year!

Edit: A soft cloth is fine too, just make sure to be very gentle and always use a blower first though, if there is anything nasty stuck to the lens, you'll just grind them into the lens and give them small surface scratches over time.

u/emilybrooke · 3 pointsr/Makeup
u/JyShink · 3 pointsr/Keratoconus

Get a contract lens remover/plunger and use it to pull it the lens by the edge of it when it's in your eye. That's the easiest way to pull it out.

u/EliseMN · 3 pointsr/asktransgender

OMG! I can't believe anyone would think it's okay to appropriate near- and far-sighted culture like that!

Seriously, though, it's fine. Part of me (as a full-time glasses wearer) is like "why would you wear glasses if you don't have to?" but if I'm honest with myself, I think my face looks better with them. And there's no question in my mind that the right glasses can make a difference in regard to gender cues.

Have you actually had an eye exam lately? Even if you don't need glasses, it's important to get your eyes checked periodically for other potential issues. You might even be surprised and find out that a little bit of correction would help.

Even if you don't need any correction, there are glasses that you can get that supposedly ease eyestrain looking at computer screens (they block some blue light) like [these]

I've bought prescription glasses from and they also offer lots of options for non-prescription and sunglasses and are very reasonably priced. I've also heard good things about Zenni Optical.

u/fangirlsqueee · 3 pointsr/Fibromyalgia

You might benefit from periscope glasses.

Related rant; It annoys me that another name for these are LAZY GLASSES. Ah yes, laziness is the only reason people might need these...

u/NNineFourr · 3 pointsr/funny
Kind of pricey for something you can do much cheaper without Bluetooth though.

u/ArcticMonkeysFan · 3 pointsr/cscareerquestions

I use these glasses from Amazon for when I'm on the computer.

I also use these lubricating eyedrops (I have dry eyes from Lasik). A bottle can last me anywhere between 4-6 months.

The glasses, eyedrops, and flux (as others have mentioned) together make a world of a difference. I wouldn't be able to go on the computer for so long without them. I really recommend to give the three a try!

u/S712458 · 3 pointsr/pelotoncycle
u/underseasun · 2 pointsr/Posture

I actually use these in conjunction with an ergonomic stand that straddles my body so that all my joints are in a neutral position. I look all sorts of ridiculous, but my vertebrae loves me for it.

u/iamkoalafied · 2 pointsr/wheredidthesodago

You need these.

u/skashoozled · 2 pointsr/cfs

I'm sorry if any of these ideas are stupid or inappropriate . I'm just gonna give you a bunch lol.

  • Ds
    You can get them pretty cheap, and it'd let him play video games in bed. And he can play some relaxing ones like harvest moon, pokemon, or animal crossing.
    Idk if he has the energy to do that though. Or if he likes video games. But emulated games on my phone have been a lifesaver for bordem and stuff.

  • Heavy Blanket
    Most people with chronic fatigue have trouble with sleep and some with anxiety.
    I got my mom this for Christmas (she has chronic fatigue) She only was able to get 4 hours of sleep or something before (during the night-time) and would never feel rested. Now she sleeps alot better.

    Plants have shown to improve mood and stuff, so you could get him a low maintenance plant like a succulent. Idk if have the energy for it though...

    -Instant pot
    Can help him cook by himself? maybe? Again, idk what his energy level is... So idk if it'll be helpful.

    -Vegtable chopper and storage thingy
    if he can cook by himself, he won't have to tire himself out using a knife, and can store the veggies he easily preps for his meals.

    -Googleplay/ Apple Store gift card
    So he can purchase games, apps, and stuff.

    -Lying down laptop stand?

    -Gooseneck phone holder, so he doesn't have to hold his phone

  • Saw this: on a gift list... Its supposed to help with chronic fatigue and chronic pain. Idk about the science behind it though... so idk

    -These cool prism glasses that will let him read laying down and stuff? Idk how to explain it

    -Mop slippers??

    -Cool night light projector
    I see some ones that project ocean waves, or stars.

    That's all I can think of right now... I'll edit if I can think of anything else.
u/spoonypanda · 2 pointsr/Keratoconus

Usually you have three things:

  1. Red Cap solution: It's milky, and you use it to clean the lens completely. DO NOT LET IT TOUCH YOUR EYES.
  2. Blue Cap Solution/Conditioner: I usually have the Bausch and Lomb stuff. It says conditioner on it. This is what I use in my contact case to soak overnight.
  3. Saline Solution (Sterile, Preservative Free): Just a simple saline solution. I recommend Purilens. This is what I put in the lens itself before wearing. (

    So I repeat the same step every morning.

  4. Wash hands with perfume free soap. Dry off with lint-free towel.
  5. Take contact out of case put in palm of hand. Use extra conditioner and lightly rub. Rinse again with more conditioner.
  6. Fill Lens with Saline Solution. Put in Eye.
  7. Dry out case, and leave open.

    At night:

  8. Take contact out, place in case, fill case with Conditioner
  9. Once or twice a week, before this step, I gently clean the contact with the red cap cleaner solution and rinse thoroughly with conditioner before putting in case.
u/alternativeness · 2 pointsr/GearVR

Something like this: Clarity Defog should do the trick. I've used them on my radio control FPV goggles in the past but I was going to purchase some Z-wax this time around for my FPV goggles and my Gear VR. A lot of people use "Cat Crap" wax on goggles, Z-Wax seemed to have slightly better reviews though.

BTW, the anti fog stuff for cars only works on glass and is unsuitable for plastic lenses as /u/DiabolicSJ said.

u/waiting_for_rain · 2 pointsr/airsoft

For glasses, I've been doing well with this

Make sure you wipe the glasses first with a microfiber and then use this wipe. They last quite a while and you can always refresh them during down time. Get both sides of your glasses. Minimizing anything in your mouth/nose area is good as well, you don't want to be blowing moist exhaled air back into the mask.

With i4's, you might need to switch out the foam as well. Unfortunately it doesn't have quick change foam so you'll have to get a kit with the cut out and glue. Its strange its so popular but its the only one at its price point for paintball masks without quick change foam.

u/eriko_girl · 2 pointsr/xxfitness

They do make anti-fog lens wipes.
I'm not sure how well they'd work in your particular situation but they might be worth a shot.

Edited to add: There are a bunch of different types/brands available. You might want to check with whoever you got your eyeglasses from to make sure that whatever you want to use does not remove any anti scratch or other coatings you might already have on your lenses.

u/acemetrical · 2 pointsr/hockeyplayers
u/Ogroat · 2 pointsr/bicycling

I've got terrible vision as well and can't do much of anything outside of sleeping without my glasses. I throw a few lens wipes into my saddle bag for those times when my glasses get all sweaty and salt-encrusted. They're essentially just a cloth with alcohol but they cut through grease and whatever else you've got on your glasses quite well. I'd recommend them.

u/7yearlurkernowposter · 2 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

I like to use these wipes also great for glasses.

u/boswell_rd · 2 pointsr/photography

Zeiss wipes on Amazon.

u/PaintDrinkingPete · 2 pointsr/GooglePixel

I like to keep a box of these on hand at all times...

They work great and safely clean everything from the screen to camera to fingerprint sensor with no risk of scratches or offensive chemicals that could strip any coating.

They're fairly cheap and easy to carry in your bag/pocket/etc if you need to take a few with you.

u/lance713 · 2 pointsr/Ford

Other options include the appearance package, MyFord Touch (is possible to get real nav on this even though it didn't get the $800 nav package?) and the backup camera.

I loved the color the moment I saw it. Sometimes I feel its a little on the girly side, but I don't care. The color is absolutely gorgeous. and the red stitching on the interior really brings it out.

Two complaints though.

  1. I seem to get WAY LESS gas mileage on my 2012 Focus sedan that I traded in. On the Focus I would average 32 city/highway but on this Fusion I'm getting 16. I really hope it just needs to be broken in. I knew I was going to get less MPG but this is more than I expected.

  2. The touch screen is constantly getting finger printed. Is it save to use these Carl Zeiss wipes on it? It came with a microfiber cloth but it doesn't do anything. If I spray some lens cleaner solution from eye glasses shops it works but I don't know if it's safe for the screen.
u/bilged · 2 pointsr/motorcycles

Check out theCarl Zeiss glasses cleaning wipes on amazon. Very handy and you don't have to worry about scratches.

u/Niflhiem · 2 pointsr/IWantToLearn

I use Zeiss brand stuff, both spray and those wipes. I've never had an issue. There's others like it (my bro finds a canister of some local brand that also de-statics.)

This is not a paid post, and I don't get any funding for clicks or purchases.

u/misscareer · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

In my Dagne Dover Tote

  • Dagne Dover Clutch Wallet
  • BonLook prescription eyeglasses and case
  • Staples PostScript Pen
  • NARS Lipgloss
  • Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush + Blush Brush
  • Wipes for my eyeglasses
  • Water Bottle
  • RALPH by RL Rollerball perfume
  • Tiny purple stone my neighbor's kid gave me because it's lucky he said
  • Kindle Paperwhite
  • 2015 PlanAhead Planner
  • Floss
  • Teeny tiny spiral notebook (I most often use this to scribble Dagne Dover info down for crazed strangers who NEED to know where I got my bag)
  • Car Key
  • Birth Control
  • Stupid ugly cell phone (can't wait for my upgrade)
u/OziOziOiOi · 2 pointsr/oculus

That's for any ammonia-based or high-percentage isopropyl alcohol-based solutions, the single-use lens cleaner wipes are fine.

edit: this is an example of what I am talking about (

u/utf8decodeerror · 2 pointsr/oculus

I use the microfiber cloth regularly to clean my lenses. Occasionally I use to wipe off any oils that get on the lenses. No issues in ~7 months of use.

u/bushlaibi · 2 pointsr/Vive

I use Zeiss wipes as they are much safer and made for cleaning eyeglasses

u/gigatigga2 · 2 pointsr/razer

I use these. Pretty much for cleaning everything from eye glasses to my blade

u/blondestripes · 2 pointsr/RedditForGrownups

I have these -

I love them, they really help a lot with glare and I don't ever get headaches like I used to

u/Torisuta · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You can give them a try. The ones I really want are $200. These help me as long as I'm consistent. Like literally put them on the moment I wake up.

u/Morrowless · 2 pointsr/sysadmin

Mine are ok, but these are cheaper and much more comfortable:

u/robertbright777 · 2 pointsr/TwoBestFriendsPlay

I had this same problem. I found out that it's the bluelight that in the screen and lights that cause this. I bought some bluelight blocking glasses and wear them when I feel some eye strain. My boss uses them too, he calls them a pillow for your eyes lol. These are what I bought

u/ttt_bone · 2 pointsr/C25K

Well done! Looks like you could use a pair of these though.

u/alexketo · 2 pointsr/AskProgramming

I used FLUX for a long time, but I would forget to turn it off when i was doing design work. heh.

So I got a pair of these for $13 and the difference has been huge!

I highly recommend you try those.

u/wronglyNeo · 2 pointsr/Cameras

I assume that you just smeared the dirt instead of removing it. Just keep cleaning until everything is gone.

I usually carry these with me in my camera bag:
Zeiss Reinigungstücher für Objektive, 200 Stück.

They are ready-to-use cleaning tissues.

u/0nlytom · 2 pointsr/ender3

Had the same problem a few weeks ago. Got some cleaning wipes and gave it a good clean. Working great again.

PS. Any oil or dust will cause problems, ever a finger print.

u/Jase_the_Muss · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Get a pack of lense wipes designed for camera lenses or glasses... these are usually one use microfiber clothes with a quick drying solution (sometimes alcohol) that will clean and dry off pretty quickly and with no hassle.

I use these for cleaning everything from cinema lenses to my phone screen and have never had issues.

u/JonghyunsShawol · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Sorry one more thing, I carry around a bunch of glasses cleaners too (just the wipes). I throw them everywhere. Cleaning your glasses whenever you get the chance HELPS tremendously as well.

I haven't personally tried this, but I know people who have and have enjoyed it, but consider looking into NerdWax! It seems it could help your glasses w/o nose pieces problem.

I also feel that asian flat nose problem, haha. Good luck OP :)


u/trep89 · 2 pointsr/CampingandHiking

Daily contact lenses may not be a bad idea. You can continue wearing monthlies during “normal life” and use the dailies when you are out and about. You can get 90 days worth of daily contact lenses for about 150-200.

However, you could also consider buying one or both of these

soft contact lens tweezer

soft contact inserter

It may be easier to clean and/or keep those tools clean.

u/MoneyMuscles · 2 pointsr/Accounting

LINK - 4.4 stars on amazon with almost 1000 reviews.

u/mickandrorty137 · 2 pointsr/ValveIndex

I used these on most of my stuff for awhile and they work great, much better then the cheaper Walmart ones that scratched my glasses.

u/apatheticaerodynamic · 2 pointsr/Cringetopia

If you have the overwhelming urge to buy these glasses, I went out of my way to find the link. They are kind of neat.

u/iwasdoingthattoomuch · 2 pointsr/computers

Wear glasses. I used to use flux but I don't like it changing the color settings. So I just pop on a pair of these glasses and they filter out blue light. Works great imo.

u/Dru4d · 2 pointsr/lasik

I got Lasik at a LasikPlus about two weeks ago. I, too, have a job where I need to be in front of a computer all day. I bought a cheap pair of blue light blocking glasses on Amazon to help with eye strain. Here is the pair I purchased, but there are plenty more out there:

Hang in there!

u/tyzbit · 2 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

Had glasses since middle school until very recently, much of this has already been said by others but just to reiterate:

  • Use microfiber cloths 100% of the time when you wipe your glasses, and clean the glasses before using the cloths. I had one at my computer, one in my car and one at my desk at work. Try to get the kind that are thicker and denser, as they'll pick up more grease and oils before needing to be washed.
  • To clean the glasses, use hot water and a speck of dish soap like /u/SaiNushi recommended or use something like Koala Kleaner.
  • Don't touch the lenses. If you do, clean the lens before wiping.
  • They should only be on your face or in their case.
  • Clean the pads/area where they touch your face weekly at least, maybe more frequent if you have an oilier face. This part can smell if you don't keep it clean, though you probably won't smell it while they're on your face, anyone close to your face (😚) might.
  • They work best when sitting correctly on your face. If they sit too far down your nose, it could cause eye strain.

    This is more general vision tips, but:

  • Take breaks from staring at things close to you and "reset" your vision by looking at something across the room or outside for a little bit of time.
  • Don't rub your eyes.
  • If your vision changes, don't wait to go to the eye doctor and get your prescription updated. This also has the added bonus of giving you an emergency backup pair of glasses that are better than nothing if your new main pair breaks.
u/Bloodangeleve · 1 pointr/pics

An alternative first world solution!

These have the advantage of also working with books etc, and can be used everywhere!

u/lunarlumberjack · 1 pointr/bicycling

I wonder if these would be any good for cycling if you flipped the direction. I don't like the idea of having a glass mirror in case I wipe out. The tan lines would be strange too.

u/NurseRattchet · 1 pointr/nursing
u/KakaruPilot · 1 pointr/pics

Have you heard about Google? I have seen these on infomercials for years.

u/animeturtles · 1 pointr/funny

I've ordered these and found them too heavy and overall a bad design. I especially disliked that you can't detach the prisms.

Then I bought this model (there are several at similar prices, all identical from one particular company in China as far as I can see) and liked them much more. The tolerances are ridiculously high because they are cheap as shit and the prism alignment can be pretty bad, BUT you can take out the prisms and adjust for all those faults easily. You can even bend the frame when you warm it up a bit. Optometricians and stores that specialize in glasses usually have a machine that blows hot air on frames to do just that, which you can ask them to use.

I've used them as an alternative to extremely expensive belaying/rockclimbing glasses and I'm very satisfied with the value I received (and the quality I got out of it with minimal fixes).

u/DwelveDeeper · 1 pointr/tumblr

Using the stylus for the DS is a little tricky, and takes some getting used to. If you're playing a game that only requires the control pad then it's easy. I don't have the vita but I imagine it'd be easier than the DS.

I think these are the ones I got:

Again, only complaint is that they're a bit heavy, I'd maybe search around for lighter ones. And they make things seem a little further away, they have the same distorting effect as the "objects in mirror are closer than they appear" mirror on cars

u/smoogrish · 1 pointr/Keratoconus

What works the best for me and sucks but you have to do it is you HAVE to look down into the center of the lens. You cant look sideways like with other contacts. If you dont honestly just forget it. It took me so long to get used to it and it fucking sucked for a week but now i get it in 1-2 tries.

Even if it hurts you have to do it or else it just wont work! I have the best contact eye clamp in the business from years of KC and even that didnt help until I learned to look down at the lens while inserting

Also to save on fluid if you dont already:

PuriLens Plus Preservative Free...

u/timabond · 1 pointr/Keratoconus

PuriLens works great for me for filling my scleral lenses for insertion. Amazon has a year's supply for $40 -

I'm sorry that your eye doctors aren't working with you until your scleral lenses fit comfortably. I've worn scleral lenses for 4 years now and have loved them - they never hurt my eyes like RGP lenses could. My vision doesn't get noticeably worse as the days goes on like they did with RGPs.

Ask your eye doctors if they can check the fit. There are no nerve endings in your sclera so the lenses should not be hurting your eyes.

u/MedicUp · 1 pointr/ems

I think everyone's suggestions then are great. The best eye pro is the one that you are willing to wear...if that's Oakley's, awesome, if it's the cheaper set that's cool too!

A defogging product may help as well.

u/Richleeson · 1 pointr/Vive

Ive been using these
Seem to work well

u/SCphotog · 1 pointr/AskPhotography

Dust gets on the sensor, no matter how careful you are. It won't be 'years' later.

It's not something to be super apprehensive about. It requires a bit of care, but don't be nervous. It's easy.

By a rocket blower... a good one. Use the Mirror-Lock-Up functionality of your camera to expose the sensor, and blow the dust off when necessary.

Eventually you'll have to.

It's way too easy to be hiring a camera store to do it. I'd be more worried about letting someone else do it than working on it myself.

I've been where you are, years ago... I was scared I'd mess something up, but here many years later, removing dust particles from the sensor, is old hack. I've never once had an issue.

I'm not sure which glasses store... the one in the mall here. I bet any glasses store would carry them.

Here... this would do it...

u/fchild · 1 pointr/Vive

Yes, this gets overlooked. I use these in the beginning of each session.

u/The_Techie_Chef · 1 pointr/techsupport

I've been using thses for years. I find them by the optical dept. at walmart, but i'm sure you can find them in other stores if you don't want to order online. they work great and they're convenient to use.

u/jeffk42 · 1 pointr/AnalogCommunity

Here's what I use:

  • Spanner
  • Friction wrenches
  • JIS screwdriver set
  • Lens Wipes

    For the lenses, the friction wrenches are used to easily remove the front ring off the lens (the ring with the wording on the front). Then for the interior rings you'll need the spanner tool; you'll see two notches directly opposite each other on the front retaining ring, so you'll use the spanner to remove that ring using the notches. Depending on the lens, there may also be some screws to remove before you can pull the front element out. If you need to remove the rear element, you can do that by going in through the back instead.

    Either way you go, have a large workspace so you can place the parts on your table in the order and orientation that they need to go back in. If you need to clean the aperture blades because they're sticking, do so very carefully and try to avoid removing them. Getting them back together can be difficult; I generally avoid doing it at all costs.

    If you're just looking to clean a dirty lens, the wipes I linked to above are excellent for cleaning the glass without messing up the coating. They wipe the fungus and dust off easily and dry clean. They're individually wrapped and they dry quickly once opened, so don't open them until they're needed.

    I haven't had to fix an OM meter. The closest I've come is on my Mamiya 1000DTL, which had a meter that was inoperative. The problem in that case was that the wires connecting the battery terminal to the light meter had corroded, so the connection was bad. I snipped off the corroded ends and stripped a little of the insulation to expose the wire ends and verified the meter worked by touching the battery directly to the wires. Now I have to solder the wires back onto the battery terminal, I haven't gotten around to that part yet.
u/a03firefly · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  • I'm Number One! - 13.38 is the closest I can get - It's in my wishlist anything else

  • Two ain't so bad - The book Misty of Chincoteague and the movie Misty total to $13.38... Which is AGAIN the closest I can get. Sigh. The book is in my wishlist Books - Animal and the movie is in my wishlist Movies - Animals

  • Three's a crowd - Third time's a charm! 5.39 + 3.99 + 3.99 = 13.37 - The book is in Books - Children's and the two toys are in For the Dogs
u/GrimChicken · 1 pointr/GalaxyWatch

I've run in the original band four or five times now. It holds up just fine, doesn't slip. I don't realize how sweaty the watch gets until I take it off. I just rinse it with water, dry it off then use these lens cleaning wipes I have for my glasses to clean the band and watch sensor after it's dry.

The wipes I have

u/Majordomo_ · 1 pointr/Vive

Never, ever, ever wipe your lenses with a DRY microfiber cloth.

Many of us Vivers use disposable, pre-moistened, individually packaged lens cleaner wipes.

I personally can vouch for these.

u/tempmike · 1 pointr/3DS

I use disposable lens wipes. Specifically these

They're one time use of course, but a box of 200 has lasted me over a year now. Your mileage may vary.

u/kintaeb · 1 pointr/buildapc

Just as a quick question related to this: I'm changing cases, which requires changing motherboards. When I clean the CPU off can I use "Moistened Lens Cleaning Wipes"? I only ask because I have several of them lying around (they are Zeiss brand) and I'd rather not spend money on isopropyl alcohol if I don't have any around since I won't be using it for much else.

EDIT: To give a better idea, it's this product.

u/doctorlongghost · 1 pointr/PSVR

I can Confirm these wipes left no noticeable issues after I used them four times. However since then I've decided to limit my use of them to only when absolutely needed. I'm hoping to only use them once a year or so.

u/Karavusk · 1 pointr/oculus

>I have seen people say they used Zeiss Pre-Moistened Lens Cleaning Wipes (, but I am terrified of using anything since it looks like the official guidance is not to use any liquids at all.

They are being used for high end camera lenses... you are more than fine, I use them to clean my glasses and my Vive. They just have to write that in there because some idiot in the US will use 1l of that stuff and ruin his rift... they just dont want to get sued.

u/Ramacher · 1 pointr/nexus5x

My preferred method is these Carl Zeiss lens cleaning wipes just enough alcohol in them and non abrasive. I use them to clean the entire phone. Start with the screen, then camera lens, then the rest of it.

u/f4cepa1m · 1 pointr/oculus
u/Flo_rian2340 · 1 pointr/oculus

I used the wipes MBoffin suggested. I had some lying around, I do camera work. I didn't think about it because they were moistened but it worked great.


u/leppermessiah1 · 1 pointr/Vive

Not that it does you much good now, but I use these:

Plus the microfiber.

u/Stonga2 · 1 pointr/Vive

I'm using these. No need to wipe the lenses with a dry cloth afterwards.

u/KALT1803 · 1 pointr/PSVR


Not sure about those wipes, but i was told to not use (liquid) cleaners – i think that there's maybe a kind of antistatic layer on it that would be damaged (like on crt-monitors)...

u/UWbadgers16 · 1 pointr/iphone

I've been using these to clean my device. I think the Spigen tempered glass screen protector came with them, and I saw them at the store so I picked some up. Hopefully these are safe to use...

u/TheNewColor · 1 pointr/Vive

those will work for sure, most people on here recommend these:

u/JERMgaming · 1 pointr/PS4Pro

Are you me? Ha ha. My pibble slings drool everywhere.

/u/peanuttown Is on the right track with his recommendations, but I'll throw out an alternate. I use Zeiss lens wipes to clean my camera lenses after weddings, and PC/phone screens. They're microfiber soft and I have numerous wedding photographer friends who've used them for years. In the 3 years I've used them I've never had a scratch, and I don't think they'll scratch any consumer products, but obviously you should do whatever makes the most sense for you.

u/alubaking · 1 pointr/Vive

I use this. But i remember someone mentioned this cleaning wipe can scratch your lenses. I found no issue at all so...

u/squidhero6 · 1 pointr/vita

This is my go-to cleaning solution for all my gadgets, glasses, etc:

It works wonders. And given that it's intended for high quality glasses, it manages to clean oil, smudges and all without leaving scratches.

u/Tioras · 1 pointr/skiing

I use these OTG goggles and they work fine, other than the occasional fogging issue (on my glasses, not the goggles). For the fogging, I use Cat Crap on the glasses. This clears up any issue.

u/itzregardie · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I can vouch for these. I had a lot of eyestrain from reading my online text books - these removed it completely.

u/shawnyh3 · 1 pointr/digitalnomad

I've found these to work great

Good luck!

u/renzollo · 1 pointr/pcgaming

No, I had laser surgery some years ago, but my vision was completely stable for quite a long time before that. I have occasionally worn computer glasses like but I never felt any significant difference at the end of the day.

u/Arab_Dictator · 1 pointr/cscareerquestions

I've got a pair of computer glasses from Amazon for $18, they seem to help and I always have them on when I am behind a computer for a long time:


u/Digitalstatic · 1 pointr/truegaming

I switch between glasses and contacts pretty regularly and work using a computer 8 hours a day. I actually have a pair of light yellow tinted perscription glasses specifically for computer and gaming use.

As I do wear contacts too, I bought these from Amazon and they have been great.

u/tomanonimos · 1 pointr/lasik

Install f.lux and invest in computer glasses. If these do not make it better than its most likely Lasik. I haven't gotten lasik yet but I do have the symptoms you have now and installing f.lux fixed the vision loss.

u/AfterAtoms · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Or these sweet gaming glasses!

u/dazzlingblueberry7 · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

It's worth the shock to just know what you're fighting tbh. Here is a pair that I have, they should work for this and are nice to have if you ever have to stare at the computer.

u/beirtech · 1 pointr/sysadmin

I purchased these about 3 months ago. Still using them today and even purchased a pair to use at home. Was getting bags under my eyes prior, these seemed to have made a noticeable difference for me.

u/Link_and_theTardis · 1 pointr/aww
u/mrgmzc · 1 pointr/randomactsofamazon

I'm looking into this ones

Nothing fancy, would mostly used them for late gaming sessions

u/shibainu10 · 1 pointr/medicalschool

I recently got these and have been really liking them! I use them on top of flux.

u/P2K13 · 1 pointr/NewcastleUponTyne

I always use these:

They come on offer fairly often too.

u/PPL_93 · 1 pointr/oculus
u/zeeen0 · 1 pointr/billiards

Hello fellow 4-eyes struggler :)! I prefer glasses because I have pretty dry eyes and wearing contacts irritates the heck out of me in a pool hall filled with smoke.

I did some research and stumbled upon this product called 'Nerd Wax' on Amazon and it looks promising. It looks like chapstick but it's a wax that you apply on the nose pad of your glasses to keep it in place.

I just recently ordered it and it should be arriving today or tomorrow - which means I do not have first-hand experience with it (yet), but reviews are decent. A tip to clean off all the dirt and oil off the nose pad before applying. The only downside is the little guy is around $10 bucks.

Edit: added amazon link

u/CaptainCaramba · 1 pointr/howto
u/decentwriter · 1 pointr/Assistance

The solution already exists and was on shark tank:

u/opticianjuice · 1 pointr/glasses

Unfortunately, it's just a bad fit for you. I agree with having custom nosepads made by professionals. A cheaper option is Nerdwax
which may not work as well if you have oily skin or Anti-Slip Grips .

u/blueengine · 1 pointr/Keratoconus

Thanks for the reply and I think I get what you're saying. Are you using a small or larger tool to remove/put them in. For putting them in I use the larger plunger (THIS ) and then to remove them I've been using this Smaller One. So are you using the edge of one of these to help break the suction of the skirt?

u/Nyc5764 · 1 pointr/Keratoconus

Have you tried one of these?

suction cup contact lenses remover

u/badbios · 1 pointr/Keratoconus

I have the DMV Ultras and they're a bit hard to work. I find putting a drop of saline solution makes them work instantly. If you have Scleral lenses, you can also try to use suction cup on the edge of the lens. The torque pulling from the edge allows the suction cup to break the lenses' seal with less force than trying to pull them out from the center.

u/aczietlow_ · 1 pointr/Keratoconus

That's a fair point. Using this method does require a separate eye plunger for removal. I used these: and found they had better suction.

This technique helped me get use to lining it up correct on the first attempt and feel comfortable shoving a chunk of glass in my eye every morning. After a few months I was able to use the standard plunger without the bottom cut out for insertion and removal.

u/concussionrecovery · 1 pointr/Concussion

I still wear glasses for driving but at my new lowered prescription.

I started with the 99% blocking ones and then transitioned to the 50% ones once I could handle more blue light. I still use my 99% ones after 7pm to get my brain ready for sleep and I use the 50% ones for computer stuff on days when I am extra tired. I still have a bit of blue light sensitivity if I am extremely drained and the vision therapist said she wouldn't be able to fix that with eye rehab. I think its just my autonomic nervous system dysfunction which is why its gotten better with the buffalo treadmill protocol.

Oh. I realized that they renamed this line a couple months ago so they are called PROSPEK now. Ill amend my original comment:

99% ones:


50% ones

Not sure if all the other stuff they supposedly do helped me as well ("anti flicker" and "anti-glare")

u/_Kline · 1 pointr/AirForce

You can get blue light filtering glasses, and they don't even have to be funny looking like Gunnars. These look like normal glasses.

u/ConfidentRow · 1 pointr/cscareerquestions

Have you tried using the computer glasses from amazon like these. I don't know if it'd help though.

u/cutoffroots · 1 pointr/medical

You can get computer glasses that cut down on blue glare, and they don't magnify/give you a headache. No prescription needed - you can easily get a pair off Amazon. (random example - I don't have these, but I have something similar that works well:

u/GhostBond · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

Polycarb is one of the worst materials. CR39 is the cheapest lens material that is also the best for not having visual artifacts.

Older anti-glare coatings were terrible. Newer ones are far better (personal experience) and made an improvement for me for driving at night.

The best anti-glare coating I've used while driving was on this cheap pair of computer glasses that I tried:

I think it simply uses a coating like Crizal Preventia that filters out certain blue light. It almost completely eliminated night driving glare for me (though I do not see stars, I just see a lot of glare from oncoming headlights).

All that being said, if the root cause is on your eyeball I don't know how much glasses can improve things. But CR39 + Crizal Preventia (or similar blue blocking antiglare coating) is the best I've used for avoiding oncoming headlight glare at night.

u/redcrashpad · 1 pointr/climbing

This is a device designed to be used for large scleral lenses, but I don’t see why it wouldn’t work for soft lenses. Try to place the CL on the plunger, look down (chin towards chest) then move plunger up towards your eye. Worth a shot? Also make sure you cut the tapered end off the plunger so it doesn’t suction the lens.

DMV Scleral Cup Large Contact Lens Handler - I nserts and Removes Scleral Contact Lenses and Prosthetic Eyes (Ventless) - Pack of 3 Colors May Vary

u/Morph96070 · 1 pointr/Keratoconus

Full, but, with the insertion tool, it's super easy.

those are the tools i'm talking about.. it holds the lens securely, allowing you to fill it, then lean your head to insert it vertically.

u/codeplaysleep · 1 pointr/boardgames

I used to use these to remove my prosthetic eye when I was a kid (it's easier to just get a finger behind it and pop it out). They should work well.

u/incognitodannydevito · 1 pointr/photoclass2017

Isopropyl alcohol wipes are probably the best thing to use however most of the times when I'm out shooting and the front element gets water, snow, etc. on it I just give it a quick wipe with my shirt.
Nikon sells wipes specifically for this but I'm sure you could find them somewhere cheaper.

u/vulkman · 1 pointr/PSVR

I use pre-moistened lens cleaning wipes and then finish up with the microfiber cloth that came with it, works quite well

u/bioyuki · 1 pointr/photography

Just bought some of these which are Nikon branded, but look very similar to the Zeiss ones:

Kinda ironic as I'll be using them on my Zeiss glasses lenses as well lol.

u/Swatseal · 1 pointr/razer

Nikon Pre-Moistened Lens Cleaning Wipes - Cleans Without Streaks for Eyeglasses and Sunglasses Wipes 200 Ct

u/SlyCooper1324 · 1 pointr/cosplay

Is there any way to actually stud them myself? Sort sort of kit I'm not aware of? Sorry for the late reply by the way, been busy.

I've already found something for a mask but I'm having trouble deciding. There's This One which seems to resemble the most in terms of amount of spikes. But then there's this one which has a decent amount of spikes as well but actually shapes to your nose similar to Wrench's actual mask.

As for glasses, I've already found probably the best store bought thing you can find for this. They're called "Chemion Glasses" They display text, emojis and anything you can create. You can check them out here if you'd like.

u/SPITFIREJAKE16 · 1 pointr/watch_dogs

Here’s one but a bit more expensive than what OP’s using

u/Digitalpsycho · 1 pointr/funny
u/H720 · 1 pointr/INEEEEDIT
u/blessedbelly · 1 pointr/funny
u/ResilientHodor · 1 pointr/lifehacks

Eyekepper Readers UV Protection, Anti Glare Eyeglasses,Anti Blue Rays, Spring Hinges Computer Eyeglasses (Black, Yellow Tinted Lenses)

I use these for work and before going to bed. Game changer

u/DevinSysAdmin · 1 pointr/k12sysadmin

Care Touch Lens Cleaning Wipes, Pre Moistened Cleansing Cloths Great for Eyeglasses, Tablets, Camera Lenses, Screens, Keyboards and Other Delicate Surfaces - 210 Individually Wrapped Wipes

u/Dude1872 · 1 pointr/rutgers

Alternatively, you can use something like this. They have antibacterial properties and are safe for any screens and lenses.

u/DalekLIVE · 1 pointr/Vive

From home idk. Are you in the US by chance? I'll grab an Amazon link from the US

I use these:

Don't use on a PSVR if you have one though. Their lenses has a coating that gets wiped away with these.

Does anyone in your family wear glasses or a camera? I would recommend using that cleaning material/tools

u/W00lph · 0 pointsr/oculus

These work well if you follow the instruction to breath on lenses to fog then wipe with cloth. Do it twice and no fog.

u/SickSalamander · 0 pointsr/photography

I use a combination of stuff.

Rocket blowers are great for loose dust, but they don't get everything.

Dry microfiber cloths get slightly more stubborn dirt off.

Lens pens are fantastic for cleaning tougher stuff too.

If there are oils that other methods are not getting off, do a wet cleaning. Either lens cleaning fluid + microfiber or a pre-moistened lens wipe.

u/cyanicenine · 0 pointsr/snowboarding

Defogging product is your best bet. The EG2's have huge vents (annoyingly large enough that snow and water fall through the top easily) so venting is not the issue.

I use Cat Crap myself, you just spread it on with your fingers and wipe smooth with a cloth. If you're worried about scratches though you could try this it works alright, not as good as cat crap. The only annoying thing is you have to apply it before hand as it needs several hours to dry afterwards.

u/edgerton121 · 0 pointsr/pcgaming

Try some gamma ray glasses (like these). I think Gunnar glasses are way over priced, so I bought myself a pair of these because my eyes would strain quite a bit while gaming. Now I can actually play a game for over an hour now.

u/djdementia · 0 pointsr/LifeProTips

This will absolutely fuck up your eyes in the long run. This LPT belongs in /r/ShittyLifeProTips

Take it from me, I now have to wear those computer vision glasses anytime I spend more than a few minutes staring at a digital screen.

u/greengrasser11 · 0 pointsr/gifs

I use Nerd wax. It's not perfect but good enough for what I need it for.

u/stp303 · 0 pointsr/MouseReview

Use actual grip tape not the lizzard stuff and because your hands gets oily also so it will not slide around in your palm with the tape. That is why athletes use it

Also could buy a box of something like this the alcohol in it makes it dry fast without residue leftover and would take off the oil/sweat right away

u/whiteywilliby · -1 pointsr/SonyAlpha

First, get a blower and use it on your sensor and both ends of your lens from time to time. I also use Zeiss wipes on my lenses as necessary. I have cleaned my sensor several times, but that's something you should do very carefully with a sensor swab or possibly send to Sony (that's their recommendation). Hot breath and a cotton swab will work, but I can feel a Sony technician slapping me for saying it.

u/BioChemistryStudent · -1 pointsr/lifehacks