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LEICKE Prism Glasses For Wearers of Glasses | Bed Spectacles | Reading, TV and Computer Glasses | Best Visual Acuity | Extraordinary Design

by Leicke
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
Price: 14.99
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Technical Details
Item Weight181 g
Product Dimensions19.4 x 12.8 x 6.4 cm
Manufacturer referenceMC13132
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 17,867 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight295 g
Date First Available19 July 2012
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Product Description

Enjoy lying in bed watching a film or reading a book without neck strain!

The LEICKE Prism Glasses allow you to read or watch TV while lying flat on your back thanks to a great innovative design. The glasses turn your view to a downward 90 degrees angle. You will not have to move your head or suffer from neck cramps while you read or watch TV. You can see without any distortion. The LEICKE Prism glasses are suitable for wearers of glasses thanks to an optimal fit and ergonomical design.

No matter if you lie flat in you bed, at the beach or on your sofa, the LEICKE Prism Glasses allow you to relax and prevent neck strain. The glasses are also helpful for the bedridden, those in hospital or in rehab from surgery.

A smart protective case for transportation is included in delivery.

All Product Advantages at Once Glance:

- Turn your view to a downward 90 degree angle
- Best visual acuity
- Helps preventing neck pain and cramps while watching TV or reading in bed
- Universal size
- Suitable for most wearers of glasses
- High-quality workmanship
- Great for anyone who is bedridden or enjoys watching TV in bed

Package Content:

- LEICKE Prism Glasses for wearers of glasses
- Protective case for transportation

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Customer Reviews

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Good idea, bad design, no product support. 18 Sep 2013
By Gibbo
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Flimsy design which irreparably broke into two parts after 3 months. The seller, Leicke, refuses to have anything to do with trying to return it.

If you must try these, the problem with using it is that they are not adjustable. That is if you are watching TV, then you will have to adjust your head position to the height of the TV, which can make it uncomfortable if you have a neck or back problem. You can try moving the glasses around on your head, but then you get light leaking in from the sides.

Reading a book while horizontal is not much better. You cannot see the whole page so you need to move the book resulting in aching arms, or move your head to a different position.

I like the idea, so I will look for a UK seller with a good product & a better attitude to their customers.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Awesome idea 9 Aug 2013
By Kerri
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I loved these, I actually got the idea of buying them from the movie The Bucket List. I guess it's more of a novelty thing, I don't wear them as much as I thought I would because I find it hard to concentrate and end up falling asleep whilst reading, I can imagine they're a godsend for anybody with back injuries though.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Invaluable after spinal surgery 16 Nov 2012
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Leading up to surgery on my neck and then after I needed to lie down completely flat for extended periods.
These glasses allowed me to read, use an iPad, watch TV and see my family comfortably.
They fit over my glasses so I can see clearly too.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Changed my life 18 Aug 2013
By Bidas
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I have MS and find it difficult reading in bed. These glasses are the perfect solution allowing me to lie down comfortably on my pillow to read. The only downside they get a little heavy after 30 mins but that may just be me. They can easily be worn over your own glasses.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Interpupillary distance unsuitable 26 Jun 2013
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These are so disappointing. I had hoped to be able to use them for reading whilst I had a stiff neck but the prisms are so far apart I cannot join the two images from each eye together. The additional optical path length makes the page seem further away (hence smaller print). They would be OK for watching TV lying down where your eyes don't need to converge. The specification should note that you can't use them for reading if your interpupillary distance is < 65mm (I'm guessing here). Better still, make a reading version with prisms closer together and a slight magnifying lens incorporated.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars limited horizontal field of view 29 Mar 2013
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Whether this review is relevant to you will depend how distracted you are by the 'white' areas (caused by light scattered from the sides of the prisms) that delimit the left and right sides of each eye's view. The height of the view is perfectly adequate. For me though, the horizontal limitation is a problem.

Viewing TV at 2m, both images are about 900mm wide (enough for a 40" screen) but they only overlap for the central 400mm. In short you can only see the left hand side of the screen with the left eye and the right side of the screen with the right eye and both of those will be overlaid with some light scattered from the edges of the prism in the view from the other eye - only the central area of the screen will give you a clear view with both eyes. If you have a clearly dominant eye, you can get away with viewing the entire screen with one eye.

The situation is similar with a book except with a reading distance of 350mm, each eye's view is about 180mm with an overlap of 80mm (typically about half the page's width). As with a TV, only the central (vertical) strip of a single page is clearly visible to both eyes.

Just one minor point for anyone with a tendency to motion sickness: nodding your head forward and backward whilst wearing these specs produces the expected change in view so that's fine, but if you rock your head (assuming you are lying down) to the left or right, what you are looking at will not move to the right or left respectively in your view, but rotate about an axis running from your head to your toes which can quickly make you nauseous. Best to lie still whilst wearing them which shouldn't be an issue.
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