CADDIS D28 Readers
The D28 Reader
- Optical grade CR39 lens
- Superior hard coat for anti scratch durability
- Anti-reflective coatings to mitigate reflections and glare.
- Super hydro-phobic and oleo-phobic coatings for anti smudge
- Handcrafted acetate designs utilizing state of the art CNC and finishing for fit, function, and durability.
The D28 is our largest frame that looks great on both women & men looking for a statement. If you’re looking for a frame design at work or going out at night that says, “These glasses have made it this far…you might not.” these may be what you’re looking for. These will not fold 4 different ways into a square the size of a Starburst. We have admiration for substance, and our D28 model is a signature piece. Made of 100% Acetate and cut with exact precision. We lazer etched “Izquierda” and “Derecha” across the tops so you don’t forget which side is the left, and which side is the right.
All Caddis readers block blue light. Our included HEV coating blocks harmful high energy light screens emit. We're pro cool shit you're doing on your screens. We're anti eye strain, headaches & disrupted sleep. Block. Blue. Light. Now.
If you’re new to corrective eyewear, 40 or older, or believe that you don’t need glasses and you’re at least 45 years old, start with a 1.00. In the last several years we wish we had a buck for every time one of our friends said , “Cool company…but I don’t need reading glasses..” then we handed them a pair of 1.00 and without fail, “Holy shit!….this is awesome”. This is the gateway drug, game changer magnification level most start with.
As you begin to recognize the need, and eventual addiction, to seeing things clear again, you’ll want to upgrade and have a pair of +1.50 around. There are times of the day where the extra boost is welcomed.
More than likely, you’re already a buyer and user of corrective eyewear, so from here on out, you have some idea of what you need. More times than not, your first rodeo is not with a set of +2.00. You’ve probably flirted with the tower of shame at CVS, Walgreens, Krogers, etc.…the one that sits between the Dr. Scholls display and the Sonicare refill kits. You probably didn’t feel all that awesome…our goal is to change all that.