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    i don't know if you ever heard of but i took a chance and ordered two pairs of glasses from them (one regular and one sun) i went to their website, found some nice frames i liked, filled in my prescription details i had and i placed my order but not before first filling in a fifteen dollar off discount code (for each pair) so the total cost was $64 for two pairs shipped!

    i just got the glasses the other day and i am very impressed!! the glasses were in a soft draw string pouch inside of a hard clam shell case and they came with a cleaning cloth and little screwdriver for glasses.

    for the price i paid i just wanted to let everyone know about this place, you certainly cant go wrong on the cost if you need a new pair or extra pairs to keep in the car or wherever?

    when i have a little extra cash i am going to get a pair of prescription safety glasses (bifocals as i notice i am taking mine off a lot to do detail sanding and scrolling)

    i am not affiliated with this site. i just wanted to let everyone here know about this place and save some money!

    Discount Prescription Eyeglasses and Sunglasses -
    Last edited by wood-n-things; 06-16-2012, 10:23 AM.

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  • #2
    It's always good to hear of someone that has tried out places like this. First hand knowledge is always the best. Thanks for the info


    • #3
      I was wondering about those sites. Even with my optical insurance the cost for glasses is still high.
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      • #4
        Thanks for the info. My wife needs a new pair of glasses and I'll have her take a look.


        • #5
          I am in need of a new pair myself. Thanks for the information...
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