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Reglaze your Glasses Online for £13.50 Delivered @ Ciliary Blue

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Just ordered one, standard lenses are for £15 and used RECB10 code and saved an extra 10%, paid only £13.50 with free delivery "both ways". this website is tested and has plenty of good reviews .…
Joujie Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago18 Comments
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used these guy before, can't recommend them enough!
Crapweasel
Makinmoney
I used them earlier in the year & I was highly delighted! I even bought some Fendi Sunglasses from TK Maxx for a quarter of the RRP & had a prescription lense put in with this company! Would recommend in a shot!
How much did this cost to put prescription lenses in the sunnies, do you remember?

Sorry for the delay Crapwease ! I can't remember exactly, but it was around £20 ! Well worth it in my opinion! As I said, highly delighted!!
Had a couple of pairs reglazed and so far very happy with the results.

Only downside with this offer is that for more options of lenses you have to phone up or use the app on your phone and then there is no option to use a promo code. For example, if you want Polarized lenses, a special tint, the new blue filter lenses and so on.
rickla
surf80y
They did for my rubbish eyes, got big syl numbers so had to give the guys a buzz. All sorted, nice one.

How much extra was if for big prescriptions?
10 quid extra only.
surf80y
They did for my rubbish eyes, got big syl numbers so had to give the guys a buzz. All sorted, nice one.

How much extra was if for big prescriptions?
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Replacement glasses lenses/reglazing @ ciliaryblue.com for just £15.00

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I dropped my glasses, and put a huge scratch on one of the lenses. I went straight to my optician (Tesco in my case) where I purchased my glasses just 4 months ago, and was quoted £60 for a replacemen…
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I have used them in the past and they really are the best online glasses service I've used. I personally think they are better than specsavers and other high street opticians in terms of value for money. You can buy a nice pair of designer glasses online for a fraction of the price and then get your own lenses ( they are fitted excellently) at a low cost.

My current pair I got done at Ciliary Blue and they've lasted 2 years with daily wear and a bit of scratching (to be expected). I got the anti reflective/ anti scratch / anti water for £30 and it's defiantly worth it. If you were to get the same thing instore it would cost way more and the anti water treatment defiantly helps the water roll off faster.

They customer service is also excellent as they can do other things if you ring them such as polarised lenses.
gordon999
thecyclist
I like the idea of this and it seems a good company and service, but when I look into the prices, it seems it is still cheaper for me to get new glasses from Asda with 1.67, scracth-resistant, and anti-reflective for £90 or £95 for 2 pairs than to spend £60 per pair with this service. It always seems the same with any online glasses offers I see here- look into the prices with the thinner lenses and coatings included and it is no longer the bargain £15 or whatever a pair of glasses or new lenses. I can see for others not needing or wanting the thinner lenses, this or some of the other offers could well be better; and this offer could well be better than any if you are determined on a reglaze, as it usually seems to uneconomical or impossible to get a reglaze through many opticians.
How much do Asda charge for 1.67 lenses?

I should state that I have not been to an Asda optician to absolutely confirm the offer and exact price just recently, but I have used their 2 for £90 or 2 for £95 twice over the recent years and it has always been their pricing policy/ offer whenever I have been there.

To reply to The question though, the thinner 1.67 lenses are included in the price for me. It depends on your prescrption (eye test result and glasses 'strength' requirement) as to what degree of thinning you get, but I would say they are generous in this! If you know your prescription, they can tell you what level is included for the price. If looking to purchase outside of the offer, you would have to confirm their pricing, but the offer is the best value; especially as so much is included in terms of features, specifications, and service.

Edited By: thecyclist on Feb 10, 2014 02:42
thecyclist
I like the idea of this and it seems a good company and service, but when I look into the prices, it seems it is still cheaper for me to get new glasses from Asda with 1.67, scracth-resistant, and anti-reflective for £90 or £95 for 2 pairs than to spend £60 per pair with this service. It always seems the same with any online glasses offers I see here- look into the prices with the thinner lenses and coatings included and it is no longer the bargain £15 or whatever a pair of glasses or new lenses. I can see for others not needing or wanting the thinner lenses, this or some of the other offers could well be better; and this offer could well be better than any if you are determined on a reglaze, as it usually seems to uneconomical or impossible to get a reglaze through many opticians.
How much do Asda charge for 1.67 lenses?
ianc1990
yellowplum
That price is only for 1.5 lenses with no coatings - they also don't state what lenses they are.

1.5 isn't the vision, it's just the coding for their lenses. I'm personally a -1 but still went for the 1.5 lens.
Perhaps someone else understands this a little better than me?
1.5 refers to the refractive index of the lens (i.e. how much it is able to bend light). The higher the number, the greater the refractive index and the thinner your lenses will be. For someone with high myopia, presbyopia or astigmatism, you need to go for a high refractive index unless you want to have jam jar lenses. For those with only slight vision problems, the 1.5 lenses should be fine.
I like the idea of this and it seems a good company and service, but when I look into the prices, it seems it is still cheaper for me to get new glasses from Asda with 1.67, scratch-resistant, and anti-reflective for £90 or £95 for 2 pairs than to spend £60 per pair with this service. It always seems the same with any online glasses offers I see here- look into the prices with the thinner lenses and coatings included and it is no longer the bargain £15 or whatever a pair of glasses or new lenses. I can see for others not needing or wanting the thinner lenses, this or some of the other offers could well be better; and this offer could well be better than any if you are determined on a reglaze, as it usually seems to uneconomical or impossible to get a reglaze through many opticians.

Edited By: thecyclist on Feb 10, 2014 02:43: One spelling mistake corrected