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Prescription glasses @ £13.00 delivered

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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
I have already bought a pair of these as they are outrageously cheap, you choose your style from over 2000 styles and fax your scrip and you can get bendable titanium, u/v protected, anti glare, scratch resistant in either glass or cr39 for £13 DELIVERED to uk
I have never seen glasses so cheap-Plus 5% discount voucher attached
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#1
I have bought a few pairs from them. They are ok but not great. Well worth the money if you need a spare pair of specs. They are delivered via Pakistan in a cotton envelope / bag. I wondered what the postman thought when he delivered them!
#2
Predikuesi
I have bought a few pairs from them. They are ok but not great. Well worth the money if you need a spare pair of specs. They are delivered via Pakistan in a cotton envelope / bag. I wondered what the postman thought when he delivered them!


yep bought a few pairs myself,not the best as you would expect but reasonable quality.

you can also choose to have them tinted at no extra cost so useful if you need a prescription pair of sunglasses to keep in the car etc :)
#3
I have used these and they are fine.
Great value.
Came with spares & a micro screwdriver.
I thought I was ordering from USA, so when a cotten package from Pakistan came I opened it cautiously!
#4
I have used these guys a few times and it really is true that you get what you pay for.

The frames are cheap and often seem to be factory seconds - not great quality at all. The lenses seem to be good quality, but their preparation of your prescription seems to be very hit-and-miss: I've had to send 3 pairs back to them and when they've been returned, they've never been any better than when I first received them.

If you do intend to use them, bear in mind that Quidco tracks (very reliably) at 5% (although they track in dollars and pay in pounds, which effectively makes it 10%) and if you're a repeat customer, you get an additional 15% rebate through PayPal if you e-mail them and ask them for it.

Overall, as a repeat customer, you can actually get a set of glasses (albeit not a very good pair) delivered for around £10. If you don't mind the occasional duff pair, then it's worth going for.

Also bear in mind that they have a fairly slow turnaround: I usually had to wait 3-4 weeks at least before I receive my specs.
#5
yes, I agree can't fault the price or these glasses.... the packaging was a bit doggy though!!

Makes me wonder how much are those poor pakistanies being paid??
#6
Yes; they'll be on poor wages, but that's the price they unfortunately have to pay for the globalised economy. They won't be making any less money than the people who make frames for FCUK, Guess, Ralph Lauren, Gucci etc which are later sold to the likes of Vision Express, Specsavers, Optical Express etc. Both the retailers and the high-street opticians charge an enormous mark-up in order to cover the costs of a) maintaining a brand image and b) running dedicated retail outlets.
#7
Just ordered as long as they come as prescribed I will be happy D+A wanted to charge me £120 for my lenses and the basic frames. Just go these for £16 considering I only need them for watching tv thats a really good deal
#8
thecardiffone
yes, I agree can't fault the price or these glasses.... the packaging was a bit doggy though!!

Makes me wonder how much are those poor pakistanies being paid??


looool i cant believe this they're from pakistan?!! Im born in uk etc but have been there a few times, and they sell frameless specs for like 20 quid, currency and their disposable income that makes em so cheap really
#9
Ive ordered from these twice. The first pair was ok, kinda low quality but thats to be expected i guess.
I ordered a second pair around 9 months later as the first pair broke. The second pair turned up with a scratch on one of the lenses. After trying to contact the company numerous times without so much as a reply i decided to just use the glasses. After only two weeks one of the arms fell off and is unrerairable.
I wont be using this company again and would suggest others think twice before they do. There are other cheap glasses manufacturerers out there
#10
exit_music
There are other cheap glasses manufacturerers out there


Any that you'd reccomend? I don't fancy the rip-off prices for glasses I wear driving and not much else :)
#11
wombat6025
Any that you'd reccomend? I don't fancy the rip-off prices for glasses I wear driving and not much else :)


Glasses Direct come form America, a little more expensive but a lot better quality!! i've had mine for years..... cost about £26 frameless/antiglare, that reminds me, could do with another pair!!

http://www.glassesdirect.co.uk/release_000/index.php
#12
[url]www.directspecs.co.uk[/url].
I ordered a pair of prescription sunglasses for my daughter on tuesday morning and they were delivered next day! My sister used them and had a quick turnaround too.

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