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troy_mp
02-10-2011, 20:41
Folks,

I'd seen the following demonstration for user adjustable eyeglasses on TED ... http://www.ted.com/talks/josh_silver_demos_adjustable_liquid_filled_eyeglas ses.html

Being an eyeglasses wearer, and aging, I thought these might be a good thing to have on hand if/when an optometrist/lens lab might not be available. That lead me to the following find which included the adjustable eyeglasses, called Adspecs, and several other similarly handy items to consider from a Boonie/Disaster Preparedness standpoint.

Enjoy per http://www.thekopernik.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=56&Itemid=53

Penn
02-10-2011, 21:13
Troy, good link, Tx
Barefoot Firefly 12 Mobile-@ $11.03 amazing!!

troy_mp
02-11-2011, 04:41
Troy, good link, Tx
Barefoot Firefly 12 Mobile-@ $11.03 amazing!!
Penn,

Glad to help. However, it's not clear if one can place an order via that site. I've got an e-mail in via the "Contact Us" link for the site. I'll post here whatever I find out.

Take care,

Troy

Pete
02-11-2011, 04:56
Old glasses can be placed in a hard case and then put in a bug out bag.

The "adjust your own" types look interesting and it might be nice to have a set on hand but I wonder how durable they are and how cold weather changes the view.

greenberetTFS
02-11-2011, 10:49
Old glasses can be placed in a hard case and then put in a bug out bag.

The "adjust your own" types look interesting and it might be nice to have a set on hand but I wonder how durable they are and how cold weather changes the view.

Pete

For a little over $19 how can you go wrong?............;)

Big Teddy :munchin

mark46th
02-12-2011, 12:30
Anyone who dresses that badly to ask for money in front of that many people, has to be the real deal...

Sten
02-12-2011, 13:16
You do not get the items, you help fund projects that then go into the developing world. Think Heifer international for technology.