ReadEZ Spectacles are available in 12 colours (A-L) from our ReadEZ test centres around the country. The colours have been carefully chosen by a team of vision experts to provide the optimum saturation (colourfulness) and transmittance (darkness) to minimise the symptoms of Meares-Irlen syndrome. If you wear prescription spectacles, you could use a ReadEZ clip-on or speak to your optician about ordering spectacles with a ReadEZ tint. If you do not require a spectacle prescription, you can order our non-prescription spectacles with your ReadEZ tint from one of our ReadEZ test centres. Our ReadEZ test centres have a range of frame styles and sizes suitable for adults and children.
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Can I use the same colour as I use for my overlay?
When you use an overlay, only a small part of your visual field is coloured whereas when you look through a coloured lens, everything you see is coloured and the eye tends to adapt the colour. This means that the preferred colour for a coloured lens is sometimes different to the preferred colour for an overlay. If you already use an overlay, you could ask an Optician to assess you for the optimum colour for a tinted lens. Alternatively, you can try a variety of colours using our Coloured Lens Selector.