I used glasses for many years then switched to contacts. Then about 10 years ago I had RK (radial keratotomy) done on my eyes. At the time I could take my glasses off and read perfectly. NO more, after the RK I was compelled to wear reading glasses.
Then about 3 years ago my eyes headed south again so now it's glasses again. I was right on the edge of needing glasses for driving and I drive school bus part time so considering the safety of the kids I left my vanity at home and got new glasses with 2.25 bifocals. It sucks getting old.
I'm now in need of new glasses so am contemplating contacts again, but need those with bifocal lenses. So now I ask, Hutch, how do yours work for you? With the bifocals I mean. I've heard conflicting reviews.
One reason I'm considering contacts is that between this and scuba diving I have troubles with glasses. The ones I have now are not coated so I get lots of reflection making them useless for shooting. Is it any wonder I can't hit anything. For scuba diving it's either contacts or a prescription mask with added bifocals for reading my dive computer.
If You're Not Living on the Edge You're Taking Up Too Much Space
Martin/Rytera Staff Shooter
PSAA Life member, UBP Life member
PADI AOW Diver