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Old 09-19-2013, 10:59 AM   #21
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So much for the Adlens John Lennon glasses. An air bubble has gotten into one of the lenses making it unuseable. Just like the Superfocus glasses it took only two months for the silicone to leak. I'll see if I can get my money back. Too bad. I liked the glasses. Don't they test these things?
Thank you, for testing their product! Good luck on the money part, bet the try to replace them, hoping you go away.

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Another problem I see with the Adlens is that once you remove the adjuster knobs the focus is locked in and can't be re-adjusted. I would want to be able to continually adjust as needed and not have those big awkward adjustment knobs attached all the time.
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Old 09-26-2013, 12:18 AM   #23
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Adlens agreed to replace them at my request. The new pair may leak eventually also, but I like them so much for computer work that I am willing to take the chance. The Adlens rep was very accommodating.
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The Adlens rep was very accommodating.
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Old 10-31-2013, 05:33 AM   #25
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Adlens set me a replacement pair. Since that pair arrived with an air bubble in one lens, i emailed them asking if there wasn't a way to get the air bubble out of the silicone. Turns out there is. I was able to get the air bubbles out of both pairs. I offered to return the first pair, but they said it wasn't necessary.

So, now I have two perfectly good pairs of Adlens glasses. I especially like them for using the computer. Probably I will remove the knobs from one pair and keep them on the other. Very pleased with the company's response.
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