Task-Vision Professional Prism Glasses have a unique open frame design that allows the user to adjust the telescope prism arm up and down and fully adjustable viewing angles and stay fixed in necessary position. Flip up function allow the user to lift up the prism glasses rather than take them off.
Can be used for watching TV, reading and so much more with adjustable and reversible feature.
Fit over your prescription glasses
Adjustable viewing angle - Flip up and stay in place
Reversible prisms allows user to lie on their stomach or view straight ahead when they can not view normally.
Beneficial to patients that are confined to the same position for long periods or suffer from Osteoporosis, Arthritis, Spine or Neck injury or Stroke disabilities
MRI- patients may be scanned Head First or Feet First with an identical view outside of the MRI magnet. Special non ferrous screws are used, which has no interference with the MRI
Bicyclists- Long distance or endurance bicyclist can view straight ahead of them while still having peripheral vision.
This supplier accepts returns of new, unused items in their original, sealed internal packaging, in re-saleable condition, within 30 days of purchase. No returns accepted after 30 days from purchase.
Exceptions, if any, are noted in the product description.
Special Order items cannot be returned, unless defective.
Contact Customer Service at 888-746-2107 Monday - Thursday 9 AM ET - 8 PM ET, Friday 9 AM ET - 5 PM ET for a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number and return address. No returns accepted without an RMA number.
Our complete return policy is available by selecting the Return Policy link in the footer of our website.
Task Vision Adjustable Reversible Prism Glasses without Magnification
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