Bed Prism Lazy Glasses

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vinmax Bed Prism Spectacles

Get lazy with the glasses you wear while lying down to allow you to still see easily in front of you. Bed Prism spectacles work great for TV watching and reading. Vinmax 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.

  • PROTECT YOUR EYES AND SPINE: Are great for preventing neck cramps or eye strain.
  • 90º VISION: Turn your view to a downward 90 degree angle, eliminating the need for head movement.
  • YOUNG FASHION: Wearing this lazy glasses, you can enjoy lying down watching TV and lying on the pleasant feeling of reading.
  • BED PRISM SPECTACLES: It’s the best for the people who don’t want to move. And it’s a practical and thoughtful gift.

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  • All prices mentioned above are in United States dollar.
  • This product is available at Amazon.com, Walmart, eBay, Newegg.
  • At amazon.com you can purchase Bed Prism Spectacles Lazy Glasses Horizontal Glasses Bed Reading Glasses Prism Eyeglass Magnifier for Reading and Watching TV Unisex for only $9.99, which is 63% less than the cost in Walmart ($27.25).
  • The lowest price of Reizen Prism Bed Spectacles was obtained on October 27, 2020 9:10 am.

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13 Reviews for Bed Prism Lazy Glasses

  1. Pyrrhus

    Product worked great for a couple of weeks. Comfortable to wear and use for reading.After three weeks though, the cheap plastic temple pieces snapped as they were being unfolded. Although I glued the glasses back together, they shattered again in another place a week later. Then as they were being glued back together again, they shattered in yet a third place. Apparently the plastic is very cheap and shears easily.

  2. C. H.

    Three parts of these glasses broke within literal hours of me opening the box! First one eye piece fell out, then the other eye piece fell out, then one of the arms broke when I was opening the glasses up to use. I was only applying normal pressure. After the eyepieces fell out I just super glued them back in but when I tried to superglue the arm back on, the glue mysteriously melted part of the plastic and I had to give up and return them.On the upside, for the hour or two I did get to use them, they worked awesome!

  3. Doug E

    “What are you wearing?” said my wife as she entered our room, in a tone that most assuredly was not intrigued in any way. Little did she know, that I could see the book in front of me, despite the fact that I was facing the ceiling. If that doesn’t impress a lady, I don’t know what does. (Seriously, can someone tell me?)So, these do actually work, and I use them on occasion to read or watch TV when my neck is bothering me. Due to the individual prisms and the structure of the glasses, there is a tiny bit more visible separation between the eyes, but you get used to it. I’m guessing wider prisms would help this but that affects the comfort as well. The main downside is the weight of the glasses, but I’m not sure what could be done as you are literally strapping two prisms to your face.So, to sum it up, does the job, heavy, and an unintentional mate repellant but still worth a try. 👍

  4. K

    Works okay. Without using these I have to strain my eyes down to see the bottom of the page, but when using them, I have strain up to see the top of the page. I need something more in the middle. It would be nice to be able to adjust these, but not sure complicated that would be for manufacturing.They seem pretty sturdy, which unfortunately makes them heavier than I would like. They put a lot of pressure on the bridge of my nose, which ends up feeling like a headache is coming on.

  5. Patty P.

    Had surgery and had to lie flat, these made tv, reading and even conversations possible. Funny looking yes! But they work!

  6. sarvanno-0

    If you purchase the cheap end of tge spectrum on these they are fine. They do what yoy want them to do. They can have little flaws on the mirror edges that make it impissible to forget/unsee the edges on the glasses however.

  7. Luckmom

    I had been looking at face down prism glasses to use after eye surgery. The cost was over $100 to purchase. Even a rental pair was going to cost $35+ for a week. I found that just by flipping these upside down, they are perfect for face down positioning! I just needed to add a strap to make them secure. These glasses saved me a lot of money and they are very well made.

  8. Linda

    I love these glasses. I put them on over my large glasses to watch tv. Take the pillows out from behind your head, put these glasses on, and you can watch a tv that is at the foot of the bed or read a book propped up on your stomach. I’ve given these as gifts.

  9. farfel4

    I cannot wear them. The sharp edges cut into the top of my nose, probably from a bad fit. I had several pairs of a different design that did not do this, so it’s not my nose. Perhaps I need a larger size. I do not remember having to choose a size.

  10. Shawn G.

    I have now purchased 4 or 5 pairs of these glasses over the last three years since surgery in early 2016. All have broken or fallen apart due to the cheap plastic used.I will not buy again

  11. JB

    The lenses are clear and work well. I would give these a higher star rating but the frames are cheap plastic and snap easily.For example, the first time I fell asleep wearing them I woke up to broken frames. My previous prism glasses, while also having plastic frames, lasted through 4 years of abuse before breaking.Know that these will work, but are not rugged at all.

  12. Joey B

    I use these glasses when I want to lie flat on my back to read. They help with back pain; I am not slouching when I read. They are a little bit heavy, but they fit over top of my reading glasses. I bought these about 3 years ago and they are holding up well. They are not perfect, but they do the job.

  13. John

    Totally useless. Bought to do small beadwork without bending my neck all the time, but they make things appear much smaller than they are, so I can’t use them at all. They’re also surprisingly heavy and uncomfortable on my face, so I’m not even sure I’d want to wear them if they DID work. Final insult to injury? THEY’RE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR RETURN!!!

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