Self-Adjustable Glasses To Suit Various Needs
UK-based company Eyejusters have developed low-cost, self-adjustable eyeglasses—especially to help people in developing nations, who have no access to, or can’t afford to see, eye doctors.
Called ‘Eyejusters’, the simple and practical glasses uses a dual-piece ‘SlideLens’ technology.
The lens of Eyejusters consists of two lenses: By turning the dial on the side of the frames, users would slide one lens over the other—the lenses get altered and corrected to the ‘prescription’ fit to the individual’s needs.
Eyejusters come in long-sighted and far-sighted variants, and cost about US$39.95 each.