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Indicative vision test

We’ve put together a simple, indicative vision test to help you find the right prescription you need when buying reading glasses. You should sit 40 cm away from your computer screen – it’s closer than you think!

Read the sentences below. When you get to one of the smaller sentences that you can read with some clarity, you should look at the column on the right that indicates the prescription you prefer.

If you are in doubt between two different gradations, you should choose the lower one.

SentenceStrengthAge*

If you can read this sentence clearly, you don’t need reading glasses

0<35 years*

If this is the first line you can read pretty clearly, use this strength

+1.035-45 years*

If this is the first line you can read pretty clearly, use this strength

+1.545-50 years*

If this is the first line you can read pretty clearly, use this strength

+2.050-55 years*

If this is the first line you can read pretty clearly, use this strength

+2.555-60 years*

If this is the first line you can read pretty clearly, use this strength

+3.060-65 years*

If this is the first line you can read pretty clearly, use this strength

+3.565-70 years*

If this is the first line you can read pretty clearly, use this strength

+4+70 years*
*Age: When it comes to general age-related far-sightedness the age to lens strength correlations mentioned above will be followed by almost all of us.
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