Anyone ever tried EYEport from sharper image?

Discussion in 'Eye-Care' started by Spockie, Jan 8, 2006.

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    Spockie Guest

    Spockie, Jan 8, 2006
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  2. I was almost totally blind and bought one. I used it for 10 minutes
    and my eyes went back to 20/20! I could not believe it!!!!!

    Seriously, I don't get it either and I even watched the video and
    still could not believe what I was "seeing." I would be very SKEPTICAL
    of this. After all, if something like this worked, all eye-doctors
    would know about it and recommend it I would guess.

    Friend, please don't waste your money.

    Mrs. Dawn Davenport
     
    Dawn Davenport, Jan 8, 2006
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    drfrank21 Guest

    Actually, there are very legitimate vision therapies that help correct
    deficencies such as poor tracking, accommodative dysfunctions, and
    convergence/divergence problems that all can have a direct correlation
    in near point functioning(like reading). I see children quite often
    that have reading difficulties tied in to poor vision performance.

    So if this device helps to correct any or all of the above problems
    than this device indeed has some merit. Notice that it does NOT claim
    to reduce refractive error or have the ability to simply throw away
    your glasses. To me that's the litmus test to whether the device or
    method is bogus.

    The drawbacks though may include lack of using this device properly and
    lack of feedback and motivation that someone would get by actually
    seeing a vision therapist.

    frank
     
    drfrank21, Jan 9, 2006
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    acemanvx Guest

    Just follow Otis' advice, workship the plus lens, wean yourself of the
    evil minus lens and your good to go. I have improved my vision by
    taking my glasses off to read and undercorrecting myself
     
    acemanvx, Jan 9, 2006
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