Shop Vision Aids

Our adaptive aids products can help you thrive. Whether at our store in Seattle, or online, our expert staff can recommend the tools you need to work, play and stay connected to those you love.

Visit Our Store

Visit our store in Seattle! We have hundreds of products to help you live independently.  Whether you are shopping for a magnifier, a white cane, or some large print playing cards, our staff can help you find the product or gadget to make your life easier.

Not in Seattle?  Click here to shop our online store.

Revenue from our store sales helps support the broad range of programs provided by Sight Connection.


Services Provided

In addtion to 100s of vision aid and independent living products, our staff, in partnership with our Low Vision Clinic, can help you learn to select the best aids for your goals and hobbies, including:

  • Distance and high powered reading glasses
  • Handheld and Stand Magnifiers
  • Monocular Telescopes
  • Prisms for the purpose of field expansion
  • Bioptic Telescope systems for driving or other goal specific tasks
  • Training with our Low Vision Therapist on the proper use of the recommended low vision devices
  • Selection and use of a white cane

Returns & Exchanges

In Person: Bring your item(s) and original packaging, warranties and instructions to our retail store at 929 N 130th St, Suite 3, Seattle, WA 98133

By mail: Call us at (800) 458-4888 to obtain a Return Authorization (RA) number and shipping instructions. We will provide detailed instructions over the phone.

Click here for our Return & Exchange Policy

Shop Online

Featured product from our online store:

14″ White on Black Wall Clock

This 14″ diameter wall clock has large white numbers and hands, on a black background. Runs on one AA battery (not included).


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At Sight Connection, we believe that losing vision doesn’t mean losing independence.

We're Moving, illustration of truck
Sight Connection is moving!

Effective March 1, our new address will be:
929 N 130th St, Suite 3
Seattle, WA 98133
Southwest corner of 130th and Aurora Blvd.
(Behind Car Toys)

Easily reached by bus lines 345 and Rapid Ride E Line.

Parking available right outside our front door.

Our phone numbers will remain the same.

Sight Connection will be closed Friday, February 24th through Tuesday, February 28th.

map of sight connection's new location