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Colourblind

Post by Clarkey » 06 Sep 2018, 19:12

Is anyone on here colourblind?

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Re: Colourblind

Post by rumpoldstilskin » 07 Sep 2018, 00:46

Clarkey wrote:Is anyone on here colourblind?

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Re: Colourblind

Post by lee » 07 Sep 2018, 13:21

Clarkey wrote:Is anyone on here colourblind?

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Nope but my ex apprentice is, which isnt always ideal for an engineer playing with wires!

His wasnt the normal red-green type though.


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Re: Colourblind

Post by Occams Razor » 07 Sep 2018, 13:27

I am, I can distinguish colours ok but apparently I've got a middling red/green colour blindness.

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Re: Colourblind

Post by Clarkey » 07 Sep 2018, 16:49

No worries, cheers for the reply

Basically bought my dad some corrective glasses but because of damage to his eye they didn't work - I can get a refund, but as they're from America i've lost postage on them, so curious if anyone wanted them at what I'd get refunded - at least some good would come out of it then

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Re: Colourblind

Post by rumpoldstilskin » 07 Sep 2018, 19:25

Clarkey wrote:No worries, cheers for the reply

Basically bought my dad some corrective glasses but because of damage to his eye they didn't work - I can get a refund, but as they're from America i've lost postage on them, so curious if anyone wanted them at what I'd get refunded - at least some good would come out of it then

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I feel bad now, thought this was going to be a funny thread sorry.

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Re: Colourblind

Post by Clarkey » 07 Sep 2018, 19:26

rumpoldstilskin wrote:
Clarkey wrote:No worries, cheers for the reply

Basically bought my dad some corrective glasses but because of damage to his eye they didn't work - I can get a refund, but as they're from America i've lost postage on them, so curious if anyone wanted them at what I'd get refunded - at least some good would come out of it then

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I feel bad now, thought this was going to be a funny thread sorry.
Hakuna Matata, your reply made me smirk, it's all good

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Re: Colourblind

Post by Cabernet » 11 Sep 2018, 19:57

I am.
Brake lamps, indicators, traffic light red and Amber, street lamps and zebra crossings are all the same colour. Makes traversing a strange town in a winter evening rush hour intense.
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Re: Colourblind

Post by Clarkey » 11 Sep 2018, 20:30

Cabernet wrote:I am.
Brake lamps, indicators, traffic light red and Amber, street lamps and zebra crossings are all the same colour. Makes traversing a strange town in a winter evening rush hour intense.
Would you want some of these, saving the postage?

https://enchroma.com/products/receptor

I can get a refund minus the postage so it doesn't matter either way to me, but if someone else wanted some this is a way to save postage which I know I've already lost

They're not cheap, but if I had colour blindness and the cash spare I'd give it a go

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Re: Colourblind

Post by Cabernet » 11 Sep 2018, 22:23

Na,
Lived with it for 5 decades. Kinda akin to it now.
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