Received my first pair of glasses....\n\n\n\nthat I ordered today from ....\n\npm me if interested !\n\nThey came in a nice case. I paid about 20$ for normal lenses. There\nyou can plug in your own values for Rx.\n\nThe OD gave me this for full strength glasses.\n\nSphere Cylinder Axis\nOD (right) -300 -025 180\nOS (Left) -350 -050 180\n\nI ordered these, which I evened out for sphere and cylinder. In\ntheory I am hoping to even unassisted vision out. I also read that\nlazy eye could occur if both eyes don't see the same thing. Have to\ndo more research on that.\n\nSphere Cylinder Axis\nOD (right) -100 -025 180\nOS (Left) -100 -025 180\n\nand you need to know your PD-Pupillary Distance in mm. Mine was\n64mm.\n\nI notice that they are very lightweight and flexible even with the\nchrome finish. I put them on and I can see with them at the range I\nwant. Just enough to work on the computer at home and tomorrow I will\ntest them at work which is computer work again, but I needed a little\nbit on range for seeing all my charts for billing.\n\nTv watching is fine from 10 ft. The words on screen are slightly\nblurred, just the way I want it for therapy.\n\nI am now tempted to see if Cylinder and Axis part of the Rx would\nhelp me see about the same distance with +1 lenses which I could order\nfor an experiment, since no one could tell me how to make a Rx out of\nplus lenses. Not just put plus lenses over minus lenses. Makes me\nthink glasses should be given Rx for +3/+2/+1/-1/-2/-3 up or down to\nwhere you need to be with both sides even. Or something adjustable to\ndo some real therapy.