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Having a trusty pair of reading glasses with you at all times is key for those with troubles seeing. Now you can fold up and go with a compact pair of foldable reading glasses from eBay.

Do you keep forgetting your glasses? There is nothing worse than leaving the house and realising you’ve left your glasses beside your bed or on the kitchen bench. That’s why folding reading glasses are so great.

These readers have frames that fold and are designed to fit easily in your pocket, purse, handbag, man bag, drawer, glove box, or can even clip onto your belt for easy access.

They’re ideal for everyone constantly on the go, from road technicians going from job to job all day, to the CEO who’s always on business trips, and even to the active adventurer climbing volcanoes in Guatemala.

Styles

Versatile, practical, and functional, foldable readers are not only easy to store pretty much anywhere, but customisation is just as easy. From a casual look with a funky feel to a much more professional appearance, there is a wide range of folding frames in styles for every occasion or aesthetic.

Plus, there are so many lens options, including standard lenses, bifocals, computer glasses, and progressive sunglasses, you're sure to find the perfect pair to match your individual requirements and preferences.

You can also stay stylish all year round with foldable glasses from designers you know and brands you love such as Ray-Ban, Bat Wings, Slimfold, Kanda, MicroVision, Persol, and more. Then simply personalise with your magnification power and maybe look for a pair that features UV protective lenses or polarised options to shield your eyes from the sun's harmful UV rays.

No matter your style or budget, if you’re always on the go, or you want them with you around the house and garden, folding reading glasses from eBay are the convenient option for men and women, from bargain to upscale.

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