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DJI Corrective Lenses or Focus Fixers?
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I have to wear reading glasses to use the goggles and it seems like a +3 to +4 will work fine, although for normal reading a 1.5 to 2 is acceptable. I have been researching alternative methods to correct this DJI oversight and have come up with 2 solutions:

1) Focus-Fixers which cost around $60 US.

https://store.dji.com/product/dji-goggles-corrective-lenses

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2) DJI Corrective Lenses which are around $30 US.

https://www.focus-fixers.com/

Has anyone used these or can anyone shed some light on which would be better?

Eric
2018-4-28
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rkelly66
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I bought the DJI brand. I had a +2 script, but I got the +3 as they suggest.

They are awesome....I snapped them in place and they go directly over the original lense....you don't even know they are there!
They make the Goggles usable without my glasses....really nice.

Those others don't look to fit as good! I would do the DJI ones......imho
2018-4-29
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chris.green.imagebuff
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Focus-Fixers have some advantages - Comparison discussion here
https://mavicpilots.com/threads/ ... cing-edition.37533/
2018-5-2
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Jordak
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chris.green.imagebuff Posted at 2018-5-2 07:08
Focus-Fixers have some advantages - Comparison discussion here
https://mavicpilots.com/threads/ ... cing-edition.37533/

I have both and I prefer the focus fixers. Both achieve the same goal of seeing clearly with the goggles but I guess I have a big nose (lol) and the focus fixers softer edges don't cut into the bridge of my nose like the Dji ones do, Just my preference and 2 cents !
2018-5-2
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janbso
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Be aware on one important issue.: If you skip your reading glasses and use the lenses that you snap on inside the goggles, you have to be aware of what is happening when you tilt your goggles up for landing or other issues.
I normally use progressive glasses and found out that those was useless. Instead I have to go to the local drugstore and buy some cheep reading glasses in +3 or something.
I will bring the goggles with me to the shop and test to find the right glasses.
2018-6-3
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Hi thanks for reaching DJI Forum, we do understand that you need to use corrective lenses. The DJI Corrective Lenses is obviously the suggested one. But whatever fits and works for you  go for it. Have a safe flight always.
2018-6-24
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