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The cheapest rimless glasses I could find - by far.

INCREDIBLE prices with NO hidden costs.

ALL PRESCRIPTION GLASSES

FREE: Thin and light lenses
FREE: Anti reflection
FREE: UV protection (Essential for protection against radiation)
FREE: Scratch resistant lenses
FREE: Anti smudge treatment

FREE: Hydrophobic treatment (Water repellent)
FREE: EMR treatment (Dust repellent)
FREE: Hard case
FREE: Cleaning cloth

5% Discount too for cheque purchases

Great customer service

I bought some of the Hush rimless glasses £22.65 delivered. When I lost a screw they sent me a replacement the next day.

This is my first post. I don't know how to put on the images. Please could someone assist.
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#1
Hiya if you right click on the image you want to post and go to properties, copy and paste the link into the image box. hope that helps:?
#2
Does anybody know if prescriptions for prism glasses apply?

Thanks.
#3
ashfaqrasul
Does anybody know if prescriptions for prism glasses apply?

Thanks.


Standard lenses. Extra for Bi/Vari if thats what you mean?

Good prices on that site so though so hot and bookmarked:thumbsup:
#4
hmm i wanna buy these pescription glasses:

http://www.selectspecs.com/detailsg.php?item=180.11

but arnt quite sure what they mean by "Prescription sunglasses :
The price shown will include clear prescription lenses, however this does exclude tints and you will therefore need to select a tinted lens or polarised lenses at an added cost if required. "

does this mean they will give me those sunglasses but with clear lenses unless i add in the grey tint?? weird because under the buy option it says "Select an option:1 - Option 1 - Silver - Grey Lenses (£ 38.95) Shop price (£ 158.95)" which sort of implies that the lense is in fact grey :S

what will i get if i dont select anything?? and is there much differnece between polarised and not polarised, thanks in advance
#5
i cant see the link................:giggle:
#6
These look brilliant for £10.95 ;-)

http://www.selectspecs.com/images/stockpix/19_43.jpg
#7
But these are rimless

http://www.selectspecs.com/images/stockpix/101_29.jpg[
#8
Not a bad site, plenty of choice and good lens selection

no prism on the prescription, some sites will do prism.

Not the cheapest on the web

Allways looking for other sites currently I use
[url]www.goggles4u.com[/url]
[url]www.optical4less.com[/url]
#9
I used these guys to reglaze my rimless frames after Visionexpress wanted £120 for one thin lens with the anti glare and anti scratch coating - I was able to get the frames completely reglazed with the super thin lenses (even thinner than VE was doing) for £42.50 - they were quicker than VE as well, I had the glasses back in a week.

I've had a couple of other older pairs reglazed so I can leave a pair in the car and the office.
#10
Does anyone know if they are made ans mailed within UK. or do they use Pakistan like goggles4u?
#11
redbuthotter
hmm i wanna buy these pescription glasses:

http://www.selectspecs.com/detailsg.php?item=180.11

but arnt quite sure what they mean by "Prescription sunglasses :
The price shown will include clear prescription lenses, however this does exclude tints and you will therefore need to select a tinted lens or polarised lenses at an added cost if required. "

does this mean they will give me those sunglasses but with clear lenses unless i add in the grey tint?? weird because under the buy option it says "Select an option:1 - Option 1 - Silver - Grey Lenses (£ 38.95) Shop price (£ 158.95)" which sort of implies that the lense is in fact grey :S

what will i get if i dont select anything?? and is there much differnece between polarised and not polarised, thanks in advance


I recently bought some prescription sunglasses from perfectspecs.co.uk as I trawled through all the other sites listed at [url]www.squidoo.com/glasses[/url] but none made it clear how to order sunglasses correctly. It all got very confusing as you also seem to have found out. I would call them to check before ordering or have a look at perfectspecs quite limited range. I'm very happy with mine.
#12
Can anyone tell how you get these adjusted ? When ever I've got a new pair they've always needed the arm's and the bit's that go round the ears moved, if you getting them online how do you get this done ? I'm guessing that if you go into your local optician and ask they'll charge you as you haven't bought the glasses from them... ?
#13
Steve1221

If you feel brave use the steam from a kettle to heat the plastic and bend it slightly each time, only bend it slightly each time. you could use the edge of kitchen worktop.

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#14
Iom-RF
These look brilliant for £10.95 ;-)

http://www.selectspecs.com/images/stockpix/19_43.jpg


Surely these ones are free on the NHS!!!

I love the Roland (from Grange Hill) look.
#15
Foxy102
Surely these ones are free on the NHS!!!


You can get FREE stuff from the NHS?
#16
I ordered rimless from selectspecs about a year ago - they took a while to come, but I wasn't in a rush. Cost was £23 delivered - the cheapest I could find at the time, and there was a large choice of frames.

Very pleased with them, very light & thin lenses; look much more expensive, but obviously due to the design they are quite flimsy so keep away from the kids !

They came with the anti-scratch/anti-reflective coatings too - recommended, and some sites charge extra. BUT they do not include the small screwdriver/screws/nose pads that some sites include for free (if these are important to you).

Many of these sites are based in Pakistan, IIRC, and charge in US$ (good at today's exchange rates !)

Shop around, and see what's best for you. :)
#17
I know the plastic frames are dated - to say the least - but they are much more comfortable than either metal frames or rimless.
#18
steve1221
Can anyone tell how you get these adjusted ? When ever I've got a new pair they've always needed the arm's and the bit's that go round the ears moved, if you getting them online how do you get this done ? I'm guessing that if you go into your local optician and ask they'll charge you as you haven't bought the glasses from them... ?

Some opticians will charge you or refuse to adjust specs that you didn't but from them, but you can actually buy an adjustment voucher when you get specs from [url]www.justgoodspecs.com[/url]. The voucher can be taken to any optician and redeemed for a professional adjustment!

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