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Look for a sticker on the lenses or find the tag on the arm of the glasses. Find the number with a “+” sign in front of it. This is the power of the lens, which is the prescription strength. You’ll use this number to pick your reading glasses. Most brands of reading glasses range in power from +1.00 to +4.00.What are the powers of reading glasses?
Reading glasses come in a variety of powers: +1.25, +1.50, etc. These numbers reflect the strength of the lenses. When you are just starting out, the natural lens inside your eye will still be able to flex some and the lower power reading glasses can help you overcome that final last distance to focus on near objects.