Being diagnosed with a macular condition can leave you worrying about how you will cope with everyday tasks. You may be concerned about losing your independence and not being able to enjoy activities like reading or cooking. Having macular disease needn’t mean losing control of your life. A growing range of equipment called ‘low vision aids’ could help you to cope better.
- Enables you to see the TV in double the size – particularly important when viewing small screens.
- Relaxed viewing at any distance through individual focusing.
- Lightweight, contemporary design; attractively priced solution.
- Comfortable to wear and will not slip down during use due to easily adjustable temples.
- Ideal for reading subtitles and all text on the screen.
- 2.1x magnification
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- 4x-12x magnification
- Relaxed reading due to non-reflective, high contrast display
- 2 in 1: handy reading device for when you‘re on the move plus simple screen-reading device for use at home
- Easy orientation and reading as the HD camera is positioned centrally under the display
- Simple, intuitive operation via touchscreen with clearly recognisable symbols
- You can write under the reading device when it is in the tilted position
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- Handheld magnifiers: This is the most familiar style. The lens is held away from the object and the device has a handle. Many handheld magnifiers have built-in lighting. Some are pocket-size – particularly useful for shopping and other outdoor tasks.
- Stand magnifiers: These are designed to stand on the page to maintain the correct distance between the lens and the text. Stand magnifiers might be helpful if your hands are a little shaky. They can be plugged in or fitted with batteries.
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- For spectacle wearers
- Both hands are kept free for carrying out intricate work, handicrafts or reading.
- Comfortable working distance and large visual field; lightweight, contemporary design.
- Modern, practical design.
- Brightfield/flatfield magnifiers: These are bar or dome magnifiers that look like a paperweight or a shaped ruler. The magnifier is placed flat on the page and you slide it across to read a line of text. They are only available in lower levels of magnification.
- Tremble-free, bright image.Comfortable, tilted view allows relaxed reading position.Item Nos. 14361 and 14362 enable to read full newspaper columns.With excellent LED illumination right up to the edges of the magnifier.