Beautifully thin, durable and feather light reading glasses

When you combine the world’s thinnest readers with a universal pod case, you have a versatile vision solution that goes anywhere. The easy-to-carry pod comes in a black colour and easily attaches to your phone or fits in your pocket, wallet or purse. The thin, lightweight and portable readers elegantly fit inside the durable case, adding a portable and convenient way of carrying glasses.

The super flexible bridge and sure-grip pads ensure they are a comfortable secure fit.

Never again panic over misplaced glasses.

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What Strength Reading Glasses Do I Need?

Think you might need reading glasses, but you’re not sure what your reading strength is?

Maybe you’re not even sure how to test what strength reading glasses you’ll need.

No worries, we’ve got you covered with our a printable at-home strength test.

Step 1 – Print

ThinOptics Strength Test printout

Click HERE to print the reading glasses strength test that ThinOptics have provided for you. Be sure to set your printer settings to “print to size” and not “scaled to fit paper.”

Step 2 – Test

ThinOptics Strength Test

Hold the printed strength test 12” – 14″ away from your face and, starting at the top line, read each line from the top down, until the text begins to get blurry. This line will have your optimal correct lens strength listed to the side.

Step 3 – Shop

ThinOptics Strength Test Shop

Now that you know your optimal lens strength, explore the world’s thinnest readers !


Are ThinOptics™ Readers comfortable?

ThinOptics™ readers are extremely comfortable to wear because they are feather light and they put only gentle pressure on the sides of the nose.

Are ThinOptics™ Readers durable? Will they break?

ThinOptics™ Readers are made from thermo-injection moulded optical grade polycarbonate, which is shatter proof and frequently used in safety and ballistic (bullet proof) eyewear. The bridge is made from Nitinol, which is 10x more elastic than spring steel. The Nitinol bridge is encased in medical grade silicon tubing, and anchored in the injection molded polycarbonate frame. Still not convinced? 

How good are they?

The optical grade polycarbonate used in ThinOptics™ Readers is the same material that is regularly found in high end Prescription Eyeglasses. Our lenses are made by one of the largest and most advanced optical lens manufacturers in the world.

Why don’t you offer more power options?

Need help determining which optical strength is right for you? Click here. ThinOptics™readers are offered with the following optical strength options: +1.00 (Low), +1.50 (Low-Mid), +2.00 (Medium) and +2.50 (High). The Low covers a range +0.75 to +1.25, the low-mid covers a range of +1.25 to +1.75, the medium covers a range of +1.75 to +2.25, and the high covers a range of +2.25 to +2.75. You will want to choose the option that most closely matches your needs. However, since readers are optimized for short-distance reading usage, you will automatically adjust the reading distance between your eyes and the object you are reading. Since ThinOptics Readers cover optical strengths ranging between +1.00 to +2.75, nearly all people requiring reading glasses will find a ThinOptic™ reading glasses option that suits them.

Will they fit my nose?

Noses come in all shapes and sizes, but ThinOptics™readers have been designed to fit the vast majority. They can be positioned higher up or down the nose for a comfortable fit. We’ve tested hundreds of combinations of nose pad angles and widths over two years to arrive at the optimal design. On most noses, ThinOptics™ can be worn high up in front of the eyes, or low down so you can peer over it when not reading. Most people can find a location that is secure and comfortable.

Will they fall off?

Skiing, skydiving and swimming, yes. But under normal reading conditions the highly elastic bridge and grip-sensitive nose pads ensure a snug fit. We designed ThinOptics to stay on securely, even as you move side to side, or look down to eat your salad or finish a crossword puzzle !

Replacing Damaged Product

For ThinOptics replacements due to damages, please submit a photograph of the damaged product to and we will send out replacement glasses free of charge.  All we ask is that you pay for sending the product back to you. Damaged Universal Pods will also be replaced in the same way.

Replacing Incorrect Strength

For glasses of the wrong strength, please return the item along with your contact details to the address below and once the return is received they will send out the correct strength free of charge. You only need to cover the cost of shipping back to you.

Return to:

ThinOptics Returns

Pharmaher Healthcare,

12 E Duleek Business Park,


Co Meath

A92 Y594