Info: Bates Method Pinhole Glasses. Available in Four Models
This eyewear was developed by ophthalmologist Dr. William Bates, who noticed his patients' eyes got progressively worse after wearing glasses. He found that glasses prevented the eyes from healing and that spectacles with tiny holes would re-educate the eyes on how to see clearly and naturally.
Dr. Bates' theory was that because only limited light rays pass through the tiny holes and straight into the eye, a clearer image would be formed. These glasses are fitted at 6 metres and 20 feet so you can see far. But don't try reading something just one foot away with this eyewear, because the image become 20 times too strong when read at that distance.
Wear this eyewear when you are reading or watching TV. Take a vision break for 1-2 minutes after every 20 minutes of reading, computer work or other activities.
|SMALL, Model 503S||LARGE, Model 801L||EXTRA LARGE, Model 601XL|
Do not wear outdoors or when playing a sport, as peripheral vision may be hindered. Never look directly into the sun with these spectacles.