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I am used to both and am sure the brain "switches" between glasses mode and contacts mode.

I am also told that I move my head a lot even in contacts.

As for looking at lenses it depends so much on the size of the frame and the index of the lens that it is almost impossible to say.

I have a friend with a prescription of 4.25 but her high index lenses look no thicker than my standard index 2.00 and her eyes are only a little more magnified.

I know I need to do it when wearing glasses but I don't notice that I do it when I'm not wearing them, I guess just programming from when I was young as I wore glasses for most of that time.

Groot , Plus Tony I think my glasses do look pretty strong from the side. They also create a strong halo that gives them a coke bottle effect even when I pay for thin lenses.

But in flattering lighting and from the front they look relatively mild.

I took my driving test in the UK in 1969 wearing glasses and drove for several years before getting contacts. He did give me a prescription for driving so I could wear the glasses very close to my eyes.

It felt as though my eyes almost touched the back of the lenses and my eyelashes brushed against them. I was conscious about my eyesight and drove carefully but I don't think I was a danger to myself or other road users at the time. Owlish , Great pics David, thanks for putting them up.

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