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chris oak wrote:Daniel I don't have the answer to your question but it reminded me of something Lyle Davis told me. I'm getting the age nearsighted/farsighted thing and Lyle showed me where he glued in one of those chips in the bottom of his goggles to make it easier to see things up close. I keep forgetting to do it and it's getting so bad I can barely see the numbers on my d4 so I gotta do it soon.
John Hughes wrote: I just floundered. I had a hard time grabbing bugs because my eyes would bounce back and forth between the regular dive mask and the readers and I was having a hard time finding depth when I went for the grab.
I have two pairs of these masks (both high quality masks) still in my garage if somebody would like to try them. It may work better for you than it did for me.
chris oak wrote:I talked to my optometrist friend, she said you can get a pair of readers and grind them down and glue the lenses in (for old dudes like me). I'm going to try it and I'll do a diy if it works. If it doesnt work then someone is going to score a deal on a mask with glue chipped off on the inside...
chris oak wrote:Do they really? Ive seen the plastic stick on ones, but not thicker ones, the plastic one was more like a film that you can't glue on. Does PWO carry them?
chris oak wrote:yeah let me try the riffe one out John, those pieces you have in them aren't glass though. That's the stick on ones I was talking about, it's plastic that sticks to the mask and I'm curious how they work out.
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