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Old 03-18-09, 10:23 AM
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I had lasik and never have to worry about contacts or prescriptions again (hopefully)!!! Yes it was expensive, but if I would have done it years ago I would have saved money by now, what with glasses costing up near 500 bucks a pop and only getting more expensive every year. I also wore contacts, in fact I would never wear glasses when riding, only contacts, and between glasses and contacts, I spent thousands of dollars on eye wear. I understand if you just can't afford it, but think about it the next time you're at the optician.
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i have a pair of rudy project Rx cycling sunglasses with transitions lenses.

i bike commute before dawn and its nice to have eye protection and vision correction without tinting in the morning and then have normal Rx sunglasses on the way home without having to switch.

i'm a big fan of transitions.
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RX sunglasses with polarization. I use them when I drive in the summer, and my last pair is large enough that it works well enough while riding.
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I had lasik and never have to worry about contacts or prescriptions again (hopefully)!!! Yes it was expensive, but if I would have done it years ago I would have saved money by now, what with glasses costing up near 500 bucks a pop and only getting more expensive every year. I also wore contacts, in fact I would never wear glasses when riding, only contacts, and between glasses and contacts, I spent thousands of dollars on eye wear. I understand if you just can't afford it, but think about it the next time you're at the optician.
I am very tempted. My mother did it about 8 years ago and she loves it. I think about how I could just be buying inexpensive store sunglasses like she does that I won't worry about if they fall off my helmet or get lost or badly scraped Money isn't even a huge issue, it can be paid off. I just can't make that last leap of faith.
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I am very tempted. My mother did it about 8 years ago and she loves it. I think about how I could just be buying inexpensive store sunglasses like she does that I won't worry about if they fall off my helmet or get lost or badly scraped Money isn't even a huge issue, it can be paid off. I just can't make that last leap of faith.
I would love to do it too, but as my optometrist says..."why do you think you see so many eye doctors who wear glasses, rather than have lasik?"
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I would love to do it too, but as my optometrist says..."why do you think you see so many eye doctors who wear glasses, rather than have lasik?"
I would drop that optometrist like a bad habit!!! He has a very big monetary investment in you and doesn't what to lose his cash cow. The statement he made might not even hold water; next time, ask him where he got that info from and go read it yourself, but I'll bet he got that out of his sass.

My optometrist and eye doctor (they're married) were my neighbors and I consider them friends, but they are in business, so I always took that into consideration.
I went there a little over a year ago to get more contacts and saw the TLC sticker on their window and asked about it. They had a contract of some kind with them and gave me all the info and made my appointment with TLC, they also take care of all my pre and post eye exams. So they also have a monetary investment in glasses, contacts and Lasik, but at least they're honest about it.

I suggest you hear the other side of the argument from an optometrist who supports Lasik and make up your own mind instead of letting some quack influence you because of their own pocket book! I'm sorry, but your optometrist is an a-hole.

PS. Do you think that the optometrist pays anything for his or her glasses??? Again, follow the money.
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Eye surgery isn't for everyone, especially as you get older. It's not risk-free. For example, you may lose any near vision you might have had, and be forced to wear reading glasses for the rest of your life. For some, that's not a good tradeoff. Wasn't for me.
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Originally Posted by Crast View Post
To those with prescription sunglasses: If you're riding near dusk, do you wear them the entire ride, or do you keep a pair of normal glasses to swap to?

I'm thinking of going the prescription sunglass route myself, but worry about having to carry a case in my jersey pocket meaning one more expensive thing to lose.
Since I do alot of night riding and hate switching lenses, I got a pair of gray Oakley Half Jacket Transitions. Despite what they say on the website, mine actually do fade completely clear. Total cost on them was $275 so it's not too bad.

As dusk rolls along, the lenses start to fade back to clear making the transition from night to day seamless.
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My mother got lasik a long time ago and she now has to wear glasses for driving and reading
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Originally Posted by Crast View Post
I am very tempted. My mother did it about 8 years ago and she loves it. I think about how I could just be buying inexpensive store sunglasses like she does that I won't worry about if they fall off my helmet or get lost or badly scraped Money isn't even a huge issue, it can be paid off. I just can't make that last leap of faith.
I had worn glasses or contacts since I was 9 years old and HATED either choice. I'm also old now and need a prescription for reading as well as for far away so it wasn't a simple choice either. There are different ways to have it done. They suggested that I have one eye for far and one eye for close, but just the thought of that made me sick to my stomach and I rejected it out of hand. Since I had to wear either glasses or contacts (and reading glasses w/ the contacts) all my waking hours, I made the decision to have the best far away vision possible and just use reading glasses when I needed them. That way I only needed to wear glasses part of the time and not all day. But, soon after the surgery I realized that they had slightly over shot my prescription and though my far away vision (miles, not feet) was ok, but I found out I now needed reading glasses for out to about 20 feet!!! I was not very happy at all, now I had to wear glasses all the time around my house, to watch tv and after my eyes settled down (5 months) I had them redone.

Now with me, (I'm not sure of everyone else) I had the BEST vision right after the surgery, so after the second surgery I waited to see how it would turn out and was blown away! Just before (like one minute before) the Dr. did the operation, he asked me just what I wanted. I told him that I wouldn't mind sacrificing a very small amount of my far away vision to be able to not need reading glasses for everything and especially not around the house. He thought for a second and said,"ok". When it was all said and done, he ended up making one eye for far away and one eye for close, BUT it was nothing like I have envisioned, the difference is so subtle that it took me a couple of weeks before I even realized what exactly he had done! In other words, one eye isn't only for far away and one only for close, the prescription in each eye is VERY close, but just enough that my far away vision is still great and I can also go to a restaurant and read the menu with out needing cheaters. Now I only wear reading glasses in the library and when I know I'll be reading for awhile or the print is like a point 7 or something real small.

Typing this up at the computer, I do NOT need glasses at all, I can see the computer perfectly. And even though I had this done a little over a year ago, I don't even think about it any more.

The best time and money I ever spent, even though I was scared to death before the first surgery!
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Eye surgery isn't for everyone, especially as you get older. It's not risk-free. For example, you may lose any near vision you might have had, and be forced to wear reading glasses for the rest of your life. For some, that's not a good tradeoff. Wasn't for me.
You're absolutely right, it's not for everyone and there are always risks and trade offs. I never really considered Lasik until my sister said let's both get it done together! Now she has always had perfect far away vision, while mine sucked my whole life. She thought that with the surgery she would end up with perfect far away and perfect close in vision, but soon found out that's not possible yet (my eye doctor says it should be possible in about 5 years though) and gave up on the idea.

But for me, I had worn glasses for far away most of my life, only having to wear them half the time, instead of every waking hour was a good trade. And as it turns out, I can go days without even needing the reading glasses. My vision is better than I ever dreamed it could be.
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I would suggest something with an insert. Yes, they are a pain in the butt .
More surfaces to scratch, More surfaces to cloud with sweat, More surfaces to fog.

In my experience my Rudys with inserts are much harder to see out of for the 3 reasons above, than my Oakleys with the prescription built into the lens.
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Eye surgery isn't for everyone, especially as you get older. It's not risk-free. For example, you may lose any near vision you might have had, and be forced to wear reading glasses for the rest of your life. For some, that's not a good tradeoff. Wasn't for me.
I have no idea how old you are, but sometime in your 40's you'll need reading glasses for the rest of your life anyway. I'm not trying to change your mind, just that sooner or later, we will all need glasses as our eyes become less flexible and our muscles can't compensate anymore.
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I have a pair of Maui Jim wrap around prescription no line bifocals that are great, expensive, but great.
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Originally Posted by Crast View Post
To those with prescription sunglasses: If you're riding near dusk, do you wear them the entire ride, or do you keep a pair of normal glasses to swap to?

I'm thinking of going the prescription sunglass route myself, but worry about having to carry a case in my jersey pocket meaning one more expensive thing to lose.
The tint on my lenses is subtle enough that I find visibility and contrast is good even towards the end of the day. If I'm likely to be caught in the dusk though, I'll carry my regular glasses in the little Oakley cleaning cloth/case in a zippy. Not a big deal.
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Lasik scares the **** out of me. Besides, glasses are stylish.

I got a pair of prescription sunglasses made through www.optical4less.com a few years ago and they've been great. Two weeks ago I bought two pairs of glasses, one for everyday use and one for the sun - should be getting them any day now and not expecting any problems. They have great customer service and answer your questions promptly, despite being located in Hong Kong.

I don't think they have too many sporty looking plastic glasses, but I think that they are the fashion equivalent of sweatpants (or designer sweatpants considering some of the prices) so I keep it real with metal frames
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Originally Posted by Crast View Post
To those with prescription sunglasses: If you're riding near dusk, do you wear them the entire ride, or do you keep a pair of normal glasses to swap to?

I'm thinking of going the prescription sunglass route myself, but worry about having to carry a case in my jersey pocket meaning one more expensive thing to lose.
That's one reason I like clip-ons (the other is that they're cheap). A clip-on case is much smaller than a regular glasses case and I can put them on and/or remove them while riding.
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Forget the Rx sunglasses. Get contacts; was one of the best riding-related choices I've ever made.
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I like glasses, if you can believe that.

I wear Rx sunglasses. I'd pay whatever to get Rx Oakleys but I'm out of their range (-6.xx, Oakley goes to -5.xx or something). I was ready to buy Oakleys at something like $600 but alas not available in my Rx.

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Forget the Rx sunglasses. Get contacts; was one of the best riding-related choices I've ever made.
Some can't wear contacts.
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Some can't wear contacts.
Yeah - I thought I was one of those people, then I tried them. There have been remarkable advances in the last 10 years.
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I would drop that optometrist like a bad habit!!! He has a very big monetary investment in you and doesn't what to lose his cash cow. The statement he made might not even hold water; next time, ask him where he got that info from and go read it yourself, but I'll bet he got that out of his sass.

My optometrist and eye doctor (they're married) were my neighbors and I consider them friends, but they are in business, so I always took that into consideration.
I went there a little over a year ago to get more contacts and saw the TLC sticker on their window and asked about it. They had a contract of some kind with them and gave me all the info and made my appointment with TLC, they also take care of all my pre and post eye exams. So they also have a monetary investment in glasses, contacts and Lasik, but at least they're honest about it.

I suggest you hear the other side of the argument from an optometrist who supports Lasik and make up your own mind instead of letting some quack influence you because of their own pocket book! I'm sorry, but your optometrist is an a-hole.

PS. Do you think that the optometrist pays anything for his or her glasses??? Again, follow the money.
Wow, way to call the kettle black, pot.

Do you actually think he would have to pay someone if he had lasik done? Duh! He probably knows 20 people who do the procedure that would do it for a 6-pack.

Every street has another side. I know someone who is legally blind because of lasik. I also know someone who has to put drops in his eyes every 30 minutes for the rest of his life. I know others who can't drive at night.

Is this 4 people out of a million?... yes. I will never be one of those 4.

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Wow, way to call the kettle black, pot.

Do you actually think he would have to pay someone if he had lasik done? yes Duh! He probably knows 20 people who do the procedure that would do it for a 6-pack.

Every street has another side. I know someone who is legally blind because of lasik. I also know someone who has to put drops in his eyes every 30 minutes for the rest of his life. I know others who can't drive at night.

Is this 4 people out of a million?... yes. I will never be one of those 4.
Your choice kettle, it makes no difference to me. I was only pointing out the obvious, which you just can't see.

I'm really sorry I hurt your feelings though.
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Your choice kettle, it makes no difference to me. I was only pointing out the obvious, which you just can't see.

I'm really sorry I hurt your feelings though.
And the obvious that I can't see is that you have an opinion and anyone who doesn't agree is an idiot? Oh, I can see that.

I notice you didn't address any of the facts I laid out.

And if I somehow hurt your feelings, this is the internet, leave your feelings at home.
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And the obvious that I can't see is that you have an opinion and anyone who doesn't agree is an idiot? Oh, I can see that.

I notice you didn't address any of the facts I laid out.

And if I somehow hurt your feelings, this is the internet, leave your feelings at home.
Sorry sweet heart, but I just stated what worked for me and that I felt that your optometrist is an idiot, but if you want to buy what he's selling, then go ahead. You're the one that started calling names...ouch, I'm sooooo hurt.

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