One Power Readers REVIEW

What are One Power Readers?

They are an innovative set of pairs of glasses with a range of .5 – 2.75 of strength in each lens. The glasses automatically correct the up-close vision with their precise focal power strength seamlessly for trouble-free reading.




One Power Readers



Bid Goodbye to Reading Troubles

One Power Readers, as the name suggests, are glasses that streamline the power of the lens you need in reading glasses automatically and help you overcome the limitations that mark regular glasses. One Power Readers aim to do away with the concept of fixed power for reading so you wear only one pair of glasses and yet have the most precise view of most things around you. The lens of these spectacles ‘custom-correct’ your up-close vision and provide the desired strength you require for every task you’ve got to perform.



Unmatched Clarity and Convenience

One Power Reader, as per their creators, are exceptionally versatile as reading glasses that relieve you of the struggle of using different glasses for different strength requirements. The lens of these reading glasses make it possible for you see things clearly and effortlessly such as reading, threading a needle, using the computer and others that can be strenuous for eyes.




What do I get?

  • 2 Black Pairs of One Power Readers
  • 1 Tortoise Pair of One Power Readers

Price: $60 + S/h at the Official website OnePowerReaders.com

7 Comments on "One Power Readers REVIEW"

  1. I bought my One Power Readers glasses at CVS Pharmacy yesterday. They were listed at about $14, but I bought them using my weekly 40% off a single item discount, so paid a little less than $10, tax included. So far they seem to be working as advertised, no better or worse.

  2. Can be purchased on Amazon for much lesser price. Here (in Australia) they are sold by Global Shop Direct for AU$49.95 + AU$9.95 for postage. Almost $60, but I don’t need two pairs if they don’t even work. Vision correction is always different for every individual, and even each eye will be different. So “one size fits all” is certainly NOT applicable to eye glasses. And those “dollar store” magnifying glasses with various powers can certainly ruin your vision, causing eye strain and headaches. But I wanted to try these One Power Readers and I bought them for AU$19.95 with free postage from the Australia Post shop. Haven’t got them yet but I don’t expect them to work.

  3. Helmut Maile | April 18, 2019 at 2:07 am | Reply

    The One-Power Glasses I received are just cheap Chinese readers with no variation in power.

  4. seems like a scam to me. I tried for hours to buy on line and all I got was a turning cog. I called and was that the site was overwhelmed with orders. He tried to get me to order on the phone and wanted my credit car number up front. When I refused he told me to try to order after nine at night. Didn’t work then nor today. DOLLAR TREE IS YOUR BEST BET!!!!! HOPE THIS DOSEN’T GET ME IN TROUBLE> IT IS JUST MY OPINION!!!

  5. Just received the 2-pairs of glasses today. I should have just thrown the $24.49 in the trash! Because that is where these glasses belong. I cannot not tell they do anything except make everything more blurry!

  6. The add says it is a range of .5 – 2.75 strength. I have dollar reading store glasses that are 3.00-3.25. Will these work for me? If not, will they every have any glasses that will work at a higher range?

  7. Helga Markovich | September 17, 2018 at 6:22 am | Reply

    Ordered these glasses 7/1/18 and have not received them yet. Customer status site keeps saying to be delivered in 2-3 weeks for about 6 weeks now.

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