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EyeQue try-on glasses debut at CES

Today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, a personal vision solutions company, introduced EyeQue Try-On Glasses, offering users of its smartphone vision tests the ability to order low-cost eyeglasses based on their EyeGlass Numbers (EGNs) – the custom lens power required to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. 

Consumers happy with their Try-Ons can confidently order higher priced glasses from various online retailers using the same EGNs. Consumers who are not completely satisfied can return the glasses for a full refund, says John Serri, co-founder and president of EyeQue. 

The EyeQue Try-On Glasses will be available in limited quantity in February and will roll out on in April. Customers who take refractive error tests and obtain EyeGlass Numbers through their EyeQue VisionCheck and EyeQue Personal Vision Tracker or Vision Monitoring Kit will have an option for ordering Try-On Glasses (with an estimated manufacturers suggested retail price of $15) with expected delivery of less than a week.

As a CES exclusive, EyeQue is offering 10% off all smartphone vision solutions purchased at using code CES2020. Customers who purchase the refractive error solutions (VisionCheck, Personal Vision Tracker, or the Vision Monitoring Kit) using this code will automatically be registered for the EyeQue Try-On Glasses beta program (February), including a pair of Try-On Glasses at no cost. More information is available at

EyeQue Try-On Glasses are simple single-vision glasses available for people with lens corrective power between -7 to +4 diopters in sphere and 0 to -3 diopters in cylinder. A detachable bi-focal option will be offered for a small additional fee. Since the eyeglasses are produced and quality assured at EyeQue Corporate headquarters in Newark, California, delivery time is estimated to be five working days from order.

To be eligible to order EyeQue Try-On Glasses, customers must have a recent set of EyeGlass Numbers (EGNs) and pupillary distance (PD). EGNs are generated using either the VisionCheck or Personal Vision Tracker. PD can be accurately measured with EyeQue PDCheck®, included with the purchase of VisionCheck and the EyeQue Vision Monitoring Kit, and available for individual purchase separately.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.