Transform your sunglasses into reading glasses

Transform your sunglasses into reading glasses

Hydotac mainImagine being able to wear your favourite sunglasses and read or see things up close without needing a second pair of glasses. Well now you can with OPTX 20/20 HydroTac™ Stick-On Magnifying Lenses. HydroTac™ are made from transparent, flexible material and they are easy to apply to any type of eyewear.

They can transform your sunglasses into reading glasses and you can remove and reuse them. In the workplace HydroTac™ lenses work for any type of safety glasses so you can see anything close-up without having to change over to (non-safety) reading glasses.

HydroTac™ are made from a soft high optical quality material that sticks to the lens (with a little tap water) through molecular adhesion. It is an easy and inexpensive solution to a very common problem.

With another drop of water you can remove them when you want. They don’t leave a trace on your glasses and can be used over-and-over again e.g. if the sunglass lens gets scratched or damaged you can simply transfer the Hydotacs to a new pair.

And once installed on your sunglasses / eyewear they are virtually invisible from the front. We have them available in 5 different power strengths. Click here to see them.

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