£7 Prescription glasses + £12 presc sunnies +more + £4.99 P&P @ Specky Four Eyes - HotUKDeals
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Get discounts on selected brands, including Bench, Prada and Ray Ban.

Prices start from £7 for Berkeley glasses. Standard lenses are included in the price of the frames, but bifocal or thin lenses cost extra. To get the very cheapest price just pick 'continue with free lenses' when asked to choose your lens package. Some frames aren't suitable for high prescriptions, so keep an eye out when choosing (sorry).

Great deals we've found include:

- £19 Bench glasses
- £49 Tom Ford sunglasses
- £69 Ray Ban glasses
- £75 Ray Ban sunglasses

Delivery’s £4.99 per order, so if you buy more than one pair of frames in one transaction, you'll still only pay £4.99. It takes 7-15 working days.

SpeckyFourEyes says there are good stock levels available but be aware, all frames are subject to availability, so they could still sell out fast if demand is high.
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#1
Heat added, for a good price, although I don't need to wear glasses anymore :)
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Some nice shades but S4E are fast becoming the RyanAir of internet opticians, the lenses, coatings and shipping added about £40 (min) to the last pair of (sports) sunglasses I wanted to buy from there.
#3
MikeBeaver
Heat added, for a good price, although I don't need to wear glasses anymore :)

Hope I don't sound cheeky but can I ask why? Laser surgery? Would be interested as I was thinking about it as I wear contacts and don't know anyone who has had Laser to recommend. Cheers :)
#4
I was thinking of laser surgery a few years back, and the optician actually talked me out of it. (My prescription is around L -3.75 R -4.00). As my prescription varies slightly every few years, he said it's only recommended when your prescription is stable.
#5
Thanks just ordered some prescription sunglasses just hope they arrive before the end of summer S4E are fantastic on price but seem to get overloaded with orders whenever they have a promotion on
#6
wagamamaluva
MikeBeaver
Heat added, for a good price, although I don't need to wear glasses anymore :)

Hope I don't sound cheeky but can I ask why? Laser surgery? Would be interested as I was thinking about it as I wear contacts and don't know anyone who has had Laser to recommend. Cheers :)

Yep, laser, cost a fortune but went for the best service they provided, scariest thing I have ever done in my life, but well worth it, can see properly now :p
#7
£75 for varifocal from them EEK!
#8
louiselouise
I was thinking of laser surgery a few years back, and the optician actually talked me out of it. (My prescription is around L -3.75 R -4.00). As my prescription varies slightly every few years, he said it's only recommended when your prescription is stable.
why would they want you to no longer buy contacts and glasses from them?
#9
Jack-L92
louiselouise
I was thinking of laser surgery a few years back, and the optician actually talked me out of it. (My prescription is around L -3.75 R -4.00). As my prescription varies slightly every few years, he said it's only recommended when your prescription is stable.
why would they want you to no longer buy contacts and glasses from them?
This was a retail chain that also does laser eye surgery :-) With my unstable prescription(s) I would still have to wear glasses, apparently.
#10
Unless you have a very stong prescrition, I wouldn;t recommend Laser eye to anyone, within a few years 5 to 10, you will eventually need glasses again, such as varifocals or reading glasses. So at best it's a temporary solution. If you have a low to medium preserition ( zero to 4/5) why take the risk?
#11
Good deal but just make sure you check the frame dimension when ordering. I bought some Berkeley sunglasses and when I got them they were a lot smaller than I expected.
[mod]#12
minesastella
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Thanks


Edited By: goonertillidie on Jul 10, 2014 17:43
#13
this site is never any use for me....framesizes always too sall
#14
selectspecs have them from £6 inc basic lenses. I got a pair a few weeks ago £11.95 inc P&P delivered in 5 days. Not as well made as my more expensive Specsavers ones but hey so what.
#15
I buy from Goggles4U, the only downside is that you really need an hour or so to hunt properly, the website is crap. Got a few prescription sunnies and ordinary glasses from there.
#16
louiselouise
I was thinking of laser surgery a few years back, and the optician actually talked me out of it. (My prescription is around L -3.75 R -4.00). As my prescription varies slightly every few years, he said it's only recommended when your prescription is stable.

Interesting. Didn't realise that. Mine have been stable for the last 2 years. Good to know. Thanks.
#17
MikeBeaver
wagamamaluva
MikeBeaver
Heat added, for a good price, although I don't need to wear glasses anymore :)

Hope I don't sound cheeky but can I ask why? Laser surgery? Would be interested as I was thinking about it as I wear contacts and don't know anyone who has had Laser to recommend. Cheers :)

Yep, laser, cost a fortune but went for the best service they provided, scariest thing I have ever done in my life, but well worth it, can see properly now :p

Cheers for the reply. Really pleased to hear you're happy with it. I'm green with envy! Can understand it being scary, that Final Destination film put me off for a while but got over that since. Lol.
#18
Never watched a Final Destination film, so I'm alright :p
They wipe your eyes with anisthetic, put in little plastic circles so you can not close your eyelids, then cover one side, laser cut the cornea, fold it back, cover that side and do the same to the other side, then they laser that eye to the correction, fold the cornea back over, cover it up and do the other one.
5 minutes later you are free to go, wearing sun glasses is advised, going to the pub and sinking 5 pints (like I did) isn't, although it isn't frowned upon :p

I had to go back the next day for a check up, and sleep in goggles of a night time for a few weeks, but by and large, it was a worth while procedure and £3,500 well spent ( I think that's how much it was, it was 18 months ago now, lol).

They say that it isn't permanent though, as you get older, your eye sight gets worse, so I don't know how long it'll last, but, Meh, it's only money :p
#19
montee
this site is never any use for me....framesizes always too sall
where do i find the sizes? e.g.http://www.speckyfoureyes.com/prescription-sunglasses/6405-sfe-collection-prescription-sunglasses-sfes-0170.html#

Edited By: Niz on Jul 11, 2014 06:26
#20
minesastella
This post has a afilliate link, up to 10% comission per sale. Affiliate links should be banned, as they are posted for financial gain.

LOL
Reeeeally oO
#21
The prices go up dramatically though for higher prescription / vari focal / thinner lenses / scratch resistant coatings etc.
I found ASDA opticians were cheaper - a fixed £99 ish for high prescription + vari focal + thinner lenses plus anti reflection / anti scratch.
I actually got mine for £49 I think (NHS Complex lens voucher - and I'm effectively mono vissioned so one lens was single vision).
Whenever I have asked in Specsavers etc - they can never do this lens 'split'.
#22
wagamamaluva
MikeBeaver
Heat added, for a good price, although I don't need to wear glasses anymore :)

Hope I don't sound cheeky but can I ask why? Laser surgery? Would be interested as I was thinking about it as I wear contacts and don't know anyone who has had Laser to recommend. Cheers :)

I had laser surgery around 10 years ago, it did work but only lasted about 3 years and my prescription went back to what it was before surgery (and it's not that bad -3 in both eyes). I was offered more surgery but it left with me with very dry eyes and they couldn't guarantee it wouldn't make things worse or that the surgery would last.

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