Re: [OM] Diopters, Glasses, etc.

Subject: Re: [OM] Diopters, Glasses, etc.
From: Jim Couch <spknsprkt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2000 21:42:33 -0800
I have been using disposable contacts for years with great results (fortunately
don't need the reading glasses YET.) As far as the laser surgery goes, I once 
a customer of mine who is a renowned eye surgeon about it, he just tapped his
glasses and said "you see what I wear." I figure when he does his, I will have 
done. I too am concerned about long term effects. Also ask those who have had 
surgery about night vision, a number of folks I know who are otherwise pleased 
had night vision problems afterwards.

Jim Couch

Daryl F Hurley wrote:

>         I used to wear contacts all the time, before bifocals.  Since 
> bifocals,
> carrying the reading glasses around is a real nuisance, so during the
> week on the day job I wear the bifocals.  HOWEVER, if I know I'm going to
> be out shooting at the track for the weekend, (2 to 4 days), I pick up a
> pair of the "disposable" contacts to wear for the weekend and carry the
> reading glasses along so I can read anything I need to. (schedules,
> driver lists, camera settings, lunch menus, stuff like that)  After 2 to
> 4 days of heat, dust, fumes, etc. the disposables are generally ready to
> be disposed of.  Under "normal conditions" I can get about 2 weeks wear
> from the disposables, but of course then you're back to carrying the
> reading glasses.
>         Personally, I've heard lots of good things about the surgery, but I'm
> staying away from it until someone can convince me there are no unknown
> longterm ill effects.   Now when they come out with AFFORDABLE bifocal
> contacts that can also deal with the astigmatism in my right
> eye.................

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