Zoomies are hands-free, lightweight binoculars that are worn the same way as sunglasses. They can magnify the vision through the micro lenses up to 300% and adjust to different focus settings with the turn of a dial. Zoomies also include a built-in sunshade to cut down on glare. They use the same binocular, vision magnification technology that is used in traditional binoculars. Zoomies condense this technology into their micro lenses, which allows users to wear them as sunglasses and view the world at 300% magnification. Zoomies provide vision for outdoor events and other activities that the naked eye is unable to see.
Zoomies are versatile and beneficial for events such as sports, nature, reading the fine print in newspapers, and more. While wearing Zoomies, users can enjoy these activities and more up close and feel like they are near the events taking place. While traditional binoculars can be heavy on the neck and tiring on the arms, Zoomies are lightweight and can be worn just like sunglasses. They also compact, easy to wear, and can be folded up for easy storage. Users can also continue to enjoy the vision that Zoomies offer when theres a glare just by switcing to the sunshade mode.
The cost of Zoomies is $10.00 plus $7.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Zoomies by paying the extra shipping fee of $7.95 for a total price of $25.9.
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Zoomies use the same vision magnification technology that binoculars use to condense 300% magnification into micro vision lenses. When the focus dial is turned, users can enjoy the appropriate setting for the situation at hand.
Zoomies are lightweight and compact binoculars that are worn in the same way as sunglasses. They can magnify the field of vision up to 300% and include built-in sun shades.How do Zoomies work?
Zoomies condense binocular technology into their micro vision lenses. The instant 300% magnification brings everything closer and makes it much easier to see.Why are they better than binoculars?
Binoculars are heavy and hang around the neck, making for tired arms and weighed-down necks. Zoomies are lightweight and are worn just like sunglasses, so they dont cause any of the pain or discomfort that traditional binoculars do.