You may need reading glasses, but you don’t have to look like a librarian anymore

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For those of you that donā€™t wear glasses for all your vision needs, but do require glasses for reading, TechLoops can keep those glasses close at hand while not making you look like a granny or librarian. They are all handmade with various beads that give them a high-tech or jewelry appearance. They are priced at $27 each and there 15 different styles to choose from.

5 thoughts on “You may need reading glasses, but you don’t have to look like a librarian anymore”

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  2. Not sure your lead sentence will be attractive to me – I am a librarian and know a lot of good-looking librarians. Don’t be surprised if this appears in American Libraries magazine in the section on how librarians are viewed by those who use stereotypes to sell products. And yes I have a sense of humor!

  3. There is a line of similar eyeglass holders from a company named La Loupe, made of leather, plastic, metal and jewelry-like stones and chains. They vary greatly in price. I have one made of leather with a hook and loop in silver. I use it every day for my reading and sunglasses. I much prefer it to those straps that hook onto the ends of eyeglass temples.

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