How Long Do the Batteries Last in Lighted Readers?

If presbyopia – the condition common in post-40-year-olds that causes up-close vision to become blurry and indistinct – affects you or a family member, you know how tough it can be to read or write without aid. And naturally, it’s impossible to read or write at all when you’re in the dark. Lighted readers are dual-function glasses that address both of these concerns, and myeyewear2go.com offers you high quality Lightspecs brand lighted readers in two attractive frame styles, black and tortoiseshell.

Battery Life in Lighted Reading Glasses

Lighted Reading Glasses Black FrameJust like standard reading glasses, lighted readers come in a variety of magnification powers to custom fit your needs. They also boast the additional feature of a pair of concealed LED lights to illuminate print under darkened conditions. These LEDs are canted inward to project light directly in front of you, creating a field of light that’s free from dark spots. Whether you’re flying in plane, riding in public transportation, reading a menu in a dark restaurant, working on a craft or hobby project, or trying to read a book at night without disturbing your partner, lighted readers offer you the perfect solution.

One question that’s often asked about lighted readers is about battery life. How long do the batteries actually last? The answer may surprise you. The LED (light emitting diode) lights used in the readers produce a substantial output of 32 lumens, yet draw far less power than standard incandescent bulbs. Each pair of Lightspecs lighted readers utilizes four small but easily-replaceable CR1632 batteries, with an expected battery life of up to 50 hours.

Not only do these small batteries last a long time, they also reduce the overall weight of the lighted readers to only 1.27 ounces.

Lightspecs lighted readers come in a range of magnification rates from +1.00 to +3.00 and also feature:

  • Frame Color: Black or Tortoiseshell
  • Lens Color: Clear
  • Frame Type: Full Frame
  • Frame Material: Plastic
  • Frame Shape: Rectangular
  • Lens Type: Full Glasses
Lighted Reading Glasses Black Frame

 

Pick up a pair today and light your way to bigger, better print. And enjoy up to 50 hours of use from each set of batteries.

One Response to How Long Do the Batteries Last in Lighted Readers?
  1. Betty-Ann Crabb
    January 7, 2014 | 5:53 pm

    “Lightspecs lighted readers utilizes four small but easily-replaceable CR1632 batteries,”
    Your comment above, but I can’t get the “doors” to slide open to replace the batteries. I really like the glasses, but the batteries are getting weak and I want to replace them.

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