So everyone has been going crazy about this quantum vision system and how it can give you 20/20 vision. But I was a little skeptical. So I bought the program in order to alert others if the program really works or not. I have used the system for about two weeks, and I’ll give you my personal results. But if you want to skip the review and download the program then:
So, I’m not going to lie; I don’t have the worst eyes in the world. But I also, don’t have the best eyes either. I can see almost perfectly with my left eye, but my right eye has some myopia, also known as nearsightedness. They go over the different eye conditions in the book by the way.
But I thought I would try out the program because I wanted to improve vision in my right eye. So I figured it was a pretty cheap price, and I was willing to put in some time and effort into it everyday.
But before I tell you my experience and the quantum vision system review, here’s what it comes with.
What’s inside the quantum vision system:
When I purchased the QV system, it came with:
- The Quantum Vision System eBook
- 3 bonus books
- An Eye chart (which actually contained more exercises inside plus an acuity chart to measure progress)
- A success journal.
There was also an option, after ordering, to purchase a video of the exercises from a coach. I thought it would be helpful so I went ahead and purchased it, more on this later.
The main product, is a 63 page book that goes into the research and background of eye conditions and then finally goes into the eye exercises. There are specific routines to follow for the different eye condition that you have. These are the different eye conditions the book lays out:
- Presbyopia & Hyperopia (Farsightedness)
- Myopia (Nearsightedness)
- Astigmatism (Blurry at any distance)
- Amblyopia & Strabismus (Lazy Eye & Crossed Eyes)
The book lists a lot more, but I think the majority of the people fall into this category.
Quantum Vision Bonuses:
Quantum Detector: How to Spot Every Lie – 21 pages on reading body language and eyes on if someone is lying or not.
Quantum Reading: Read 5X Faster in Less Than 7 Days – 42 pages on being able to read at super human speed.
Quantum Memory: Never Forget a Single Thing – 36 pages of being able to memorize everything.
There was also an option to hire a trainer, which was not really a trainer at all, but a video showing you in detail how to use the exercises correctly. I thought it would help me get the exercises more quickly, so I went and purchased the video as well.
You have the option to buy after you purchase. The decision is up to you, but I think it did help a little, as I was confused at first on how to do the exercises properly.
My Experience with the Quantum Vision System
Well, the whole program took a little longer than I expected. I did the exercise for the Astigmatism, because my right eye was suffering from blurry vision at any distance. The program said it’ll take about 30 minutes, but instead took about an hour. This could be because it was my first time and I had to keep re-checking if I was doing it right or not. The video helped with the exercises by the way.
Reading the whole book didn’t take really long. It was about 63 pages. I think the exercises are more important than the book itself.
So after doing the exercises for the first time, I’m not sure if I see any improvements. This is partly because I didn’t get my eyes examined right after and didn’t really think about it either. But I know it’s going to be a progress, so only time will tell. See you tomorrow!
Today I did the exercises for the Myopia (Nearsightedness) exercises, and I think I’ll be switching between this exercise and the astigmatism exercise everyday. Okay, I’ll be honest. I couldn’t make it through all the exercises because of time constraints. I made it through about 75% though. Still can’t tell if my eyes are getting better or not, but it does seem to put my eyes through a lot of work. I wouldn’t quite say straining, but it does take some effort.
I’ll be more scientific from now on, and start to use acuity chart (these are different from the usual eye exam charts you see) that the program comes with to make a judgment if my eyes are getting better or not.
Went through the whole program today! Yay! I noticed I had some strain with one of the exercises, when my eyes were looking to the left and down. I think I’ll spend more time on this tomorrow.
I wanted to test if the quantum vision system was working, so I tested with the acuity chart before and after. Honestly, I don’t think I noticed much difference. Maybe it’s too early?
Okay, so went through the whole program except the therapy at the end, which I didn’t do because of time constraints (this is obviously an excuse). But I did spend more time on a certain part where my eyes were kind of straining. Must do the whole thing tomorrow!
I went through the whole thing today! Went and did more the of exercises where I was straining again.
I forgot to examine the results yesterday, so I remembered to do that today. I was actually able to make out the line right above the one I couldn’t see before a few days ago! Not perfectly, but I could read it. Seeing progress already!
So I started on a Monday and thought I would take the weekend off and start again on Monday again.
This is the start of another week, so I checked to see where my eye levels were before I did the exercises. And I found out that I couldn’t read that same line anymore! Maybe, because I took a few days off, that it went back to my usual sight? Will try again tomorrow.
Today I went through the whole program again, and when I tested my sight after, I could kind of read the line again. I hypothesis that it had to do with my taking a break off for the weekend.
I was only going to record and journal only 7 days, because the program did say 7 days to improve my vision, but I thought I do another day because I was alternating between two different sets of exercises, so I could stay even. So I did a total of 4 exercises for
After the usual exercises, I tested my eyes again. I was actually able to read the line above a little better this time. It actually seems to be working. Even with someone with good eyesight already like me.
Pros & Cons
- Very easy to follow. All you have to do is just follow what it says to do.
- Comes with eye charts and a journal to track progress.
- Very easy read.
- Seems to improve eyesight, but slower than advertised.
- Time constraining. It takes more than the advertised 20 minutes a day to complete all the exercises.
- Need some willpower and discipline to do the exercises and to do it for the long term.
- Very basic. Thought it would come with more content.
- Needs a lot more time than advertised to get better vision, in my opinion.
Quantum Vision Review Conclusion:
So for me it did improve my eyesight slightly, after having done it for 8 non-consecutive days (5 days consecutive, two day break, then 3 days consecutive). But, I am not motivated enough to carry on with the program to test it any further (mainly because I have pretty good eyesight already). But, I do think it will work in the long term.
Do I think it will work for others? Well, in my honest opinion, I think it can and does work for people who have the motivation to do the exercises everyday without missing a day. Because when I missed it for two days (the weekend) my eyes had to get adjusted to the exercises again. BUT, it did clearly (no pun intended) make my vision better. You can read other quantum vision system reviews that justify my results.
So, in conclusion, if you are willing to put in the work and effort to improve your eyesight than by all means GO FOR IT! But if you are lazy, or not a highly motivated individual, maybe you can just get lasik or lasek. Well, that’s all I have to say about quantum vision. I hope you found my quantum vision system review helpful and wish you the best with your quest to better vision. Thanks a lot for reading!
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Quantum Vision System Review reviewed by David on March 30, 2015 rated 3.4 of 5