Learn more about CraftOptics by watching our videos! Be sure to call us at 888 444 7728 if you ever have any questions.
Jeff gives you a brief summary of CraftOptics products and how they work. For a more detailed discussion, see the video “All about CraftOptics Magnifying Eyeglasses & DreamBeam Light”.
Real delight is hard to hide. See Wyatt White, Tammy Honaman, and Lisa Gralnick as they react to working with their CraftOptics!
In this video message we’ll hopefully give you some peace of mind that an investment in CraftOptics is something you will consider as one of the best purchases you have ever made for your craft. Jeff will cover 4 things:
CraftOptics are designed to include in the frame the correction you normally wear. The magnifiers work WITH your correction, they are not a substitute for it. Your prescription or reader is installed in our CraftOptics titanium frames. Jeff explains:
Jeff explains how your CraftOptics will last a lifetime. If your prescription or reading correction changes, you can simply have the new correction installed in your frames.
CraftOptics works WITH your reading correction. Jeff explains:
CraftOptics has three working distance options that will help you see your detail work from a comfortable posture, eliminating back and neck pain, and the “hunch” that so many of us do.
Use your FSA/HSA, PayPal Credit (6 months interest free), Affirm, Care Credit or any major credit card. Jeff runs through the options.
They look heavier than they actually are. Jeff discusses the surprisingly lightweight CraftOptics (only 48 grams) and some easy adjustments that can be made if necessary.
Your questions are answered in this thorough (that means a bit long) video description of how CraftOptics will help you magnify and light your creative projects. Jeff walks you through our product line and discusses prescriptions, working distances, the DreamBeam Light and most other common questions people have about CraftOptics.
CraftOptics work WITH whatever correction you wear, be it a prescription or just readers. So, we install your normal prescription or reader into the frames. If you wear progressives, we install that same correction but as a bifocal for optimal clarity, as Jeff explains. This way, when you look above the magnifying telescopes or flip them up, you can see as you normally do!
If you wear only readers, we install that reading correction in the frames.
Jeff guides you through how it works in this video. Prescription questions? 888-444-7728
Get set up the right way for maximum delight!
Be sure to attach your DreamBeam light properly. It all starts by making sure it is snapped onto the hinge between the magnifying telescopes and not onto the PD knob, and putting the light wire behind you by clipping it to the eyeglass retainer strap that is included with your CraftOptics.
This video shows you how to turn on your DreamBeam and recharge your battery.
Watch Lisa’s reaction when she tries her new set of CraftOptics Magnifying Eyeglasses & DreamBeam light for the first time. We think you’ll agree she is quite happy!
Join CraftOptics at one of their many exhibitions to learn more about how their magnification and light helps artists comfortably see the fine details of their work, WITHOUT HUNCHING OVER. Eliminate eye, back and neck strain!
Ideal for jewelry making, quilting, sewing, beadwork, fly tying, electronics, needlework and any other activity requiring steady, detail oriented artistry. #MagnifyYourTalents
A properly adjusted nosepad will make all the difference in making your CraftOptics Magnifying Eyeglasses comfortable. Most people do the exact opposite of what you want–they squeeze the nosepads together. With CraftOptics, you want to widen them a bit so the frames “hang” on the bridge of your nose. Check out the video!
End your struggle to see the fine details of tiny flies. CraftOptics Magnifying Eyeglasses and DreamBeam light will help you improve your precision, speed, and posture while tying the most intricate flies.
CraftOptics helps creative people magnify and light their work. It is a new world of sharp, clear vision that will delight any artist who works with fine detail.