OK, admit it … even if we’ve had Lasik surgery or wear contacts all the time, there are times, especially in the kitchen, when we can use some help ...assembling the ingredients, double-checking the next step in recipe … in short, being able to see clearly and conveniently. Right?
And the run-of-the-mill “cheaters” don’t do the job: even if you can find them handily, at that exact moment when you need to see clearly or risk ruining your mise-en-place, then they’re very likely to have been bent, stretched, or twisted to the point that they don’t fit ...or they won’t stay in place as you sweat over a hot stove, so you keep pushing them back up on your nose and … and they won’t stay in place so that you can both look through them to read, while peering over them to see how things are progressing on the other side of the kitchen, so you keep adjusting and coating them with flour or chicken yuck … right?
No longer! All these issues go away with Chefspecs®!
Chefspecs are designed specifically for the kitchen, to stay in the kitchen. They live handily convenient in an attractive brushed finish canister: always within reach on your countertop, or magnetically “stuck” to your favorite surface. And Chefspecs are high quality eyeglasses: you’ll see your recipes clearly, and they fit comfortably both “down” on your nose for peering over, as well as up-close to your eyes. Chefspecs are well-designed to fit snugly and stay in place, even when you’re sweating: no more punching your nose to keep your glasses in place! Available in whatever standard power you need, Chefspecs are strong and durable and they can be hand-washed or popped into the dishwasher [top-shelf] for convenient cleanup. And the little spoons on the temples add a distinctive flair!
Make no mistake: these are Cool Tools! Essential in the modern kitchen, Chefspecs® are well-designed with excellent functionality … and they will improve your performance in the kitchen, with style!
Special Note: An Optician/Customer reminds us that you may want to order one magnification lower than your usual reading glasses, since the distance, when reading an order ticket or cookbook, from your tablet, or even chopping on a counter, is slightly farther than when reading: it's approximate to the 18" that doctors consider a "computer" distance, in contrast to the customary 16" arms-length "reading" distance. As the saying goes, "your results may vary!"