You are completely right that bi focals at this strength magnify so much that you really cant get much more than one word in focus at a time. I find a separate pair of reading glasses much better but its a pain to be swapping specs around on the underground!
Conce asked how much the girl would be able to see.
This is a common reason for less than perfect acuity in these situations.
_nc_cat=0&oh=01911420b2fdcb5079541c336027bff1&oe=5BDDC320 _nc_cat=0&oh=2bdaded79b73cdbb201c36c193846d44&oe=5BD28F94 _nc_cat=0&oh=8655f1a9cd5aaa1253f8c46b76b6a0ef&oe=5BD4567A Arndt , RE: Chris , Re "strong glasses" She is blind in her right eye and with her left eye she sees a bit blurry even with glasses and misses the top part, as you can see on the picture of the railway platform.I presume she is demonstrating what she can see without glasses. Al , (clickable) YRFRK5 Yv2Jq Mew B_ , an interesting distortion in the left lens.Is it just an oblique angle astigmatism or something else (prism or what)?In one video she shows a view from a railway platform.A black shadow then moves in from the right and the whole view goes extremely blurred.You call it knowing someone personally but the truth is that she would not know you on the street if she saw you. You will, however, bring the focal point closer to your eyes. Do I just push the glasses down my nose and I can quickly read things clearly due to the magnification effect of increasing the distance.