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CraftOptics

Titanium eyeglasses with your prescription or reader installed, plus magnifying telescopes & powerful shadowless light!

"They are an investment you will NOT regret!" -Lisa Calle

Who uses CraftOptics™ Telescopes?

Anyone who needs to see small, detailed work or who suffers from eye, neck, or back strain from hunching over will benefit from our CraftOptics™ Magnifying Telescopes and DreamBeam Light. They are great for:

Frequently Asked Questions

Do they clip on my own glasses?
No. CraftOptics Telescope magnifiers are a complete set of titanium eyeglass frames with the telescopes attached and your prescription (if you wear one) installed! Everyone has different size and shape eyeglass frames, so a clip-on would create big alignment and comfort problems. The telescopes flip up and down, and are attached...
What if I wear bifocals or progressive lenses? I take my glasses off when I want to see details!
If you wear progressive lenses, bifocals or trifocals, you will be joining a large majority of CraftOptics customers who do the same. We install your prescription as a bifocal, which provides a large near correction. When you flip the telescopes up, you will see as you normally do. When they are down, you will be able to see above the telescopes through your distance correction (to watch TV, for example).
Are they guaranteed? What is the warranty?
Everything we sell has a money back guarantee! If, within 45 days of receiving your CraftOptics you find you are not happy with the product, we will fix it or you can return it for a full refund, even if we install your custom prescription. If you need more time,...
What if I don't wear glasses, I just wear "cheaters"?
A “cheater” is actually a correction, as it helps you see near. If you wear a “cheater” or reader/reading glasses, you will want that installed in the frames. Think of it this way—when you flip up the telescopes, you want to see near as you normally do. The telescopes enhance...
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