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Up to Two Pairs of Glasses for £22 with a Voucher Worth £52.95 for Glasses and Delivery from Glasses Direct @ Groupon

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Highlights * Huge range of frames and lens options, including a number of top designer names * Valid with online offers, including discounts on lens packages * Combined with Glass… Read More
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Highlights

* Huge range of frames and lens options, including a number of top designer names
* Valid with online offers, including discounts on lens packages
* Combined with Glasses Direct's "Buy One Get One Free" offer, this Groupon could be used cover the cost of two pairs of glasses
* All orders authorized by UK opticians and fulfilled from our UK labs
* Glasses from £19 upwards
* 2 for 1 designer glasses from £79
* Delivery included


Expires 4 April 2011
Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Voucher activates on 4th March 2011 and is valid for one month. Go to: http://****/glassesdirect to purchase. Voucher valid for £49 redeemable against glasses at Glasses Direct, with a delivery charge (£3.95) included.
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Not really related, but their logo is weirdly similar to the freesat logo!
http://www.techdigest.tv/freesat_logo_l.jpg

On a related note, Looks like a good deal!
#2
jacksonliam
Not really related, but their logo is weirdly similar to the freesat logo!
http://www.techdigest.tv/freesat_logo_l.jpg


I see what you mean ..Recently Sony Ericsson sued one company over the their logo, even though theirs wasn't even similer.



Edited By: axxxr on Mar 03, 2011 20:01
#3
Thanks for the post, jusrt what I need.
#4
Off topic much lol. What sort of quality are these then? Any good?
#5
We've used them several times and they are excellent. However, the prices have rocketed in the last year or so. A pair of rimless specs cost me £60 last year but now the same ones (Wind) are £99 + coatings. Not the bargain site they once were but still cheaper than the high street. I now use another on line site.
#6
cols
We've used them several times and they are excellent. However, the prices have rocketed in the last year or so. A pair of rimless specs cost me £60 last year but now the same ones (Wind) are £99 + coatings. Not the bargain site they once were but still cheaper than the high street. I now use another on line site.


care to share the site you use?

thanks
#7
are these 3d?
#8
marvmikey
cols
We've used them several times and they are excellent. However, the prices have rocketed in the last year or so. A pair of rimless specs cost me £60 last year but now the same ones (Wind) are £99 + coatings. Not the bargain site they once were but still cheaper than the high street. I now use another on line site.


care to share the site you use?

thanks


Would also like to know as looking on Google it's very hard to tell which site's are legit
#9
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#10
dreamsofubuntu
marvmikey
cols
We've used them several times and they are excellent. However, the prices have rocketed in the last year or so. A pair of rimless specs cost me £60 last year but now the same ones (Wind) are £99 + coatings. Not the bargain site they once were but still cheaper than the high street. I now use another on line site.


care to share the site you use?

thanks


Would also like to know as looking on Google it's very hard to tell which site's are legit


I now use glasses4eyes, which are also very good. They have a factory shop in Yorkshire and are a legitimate company (plus 10% quidco cashback).

I share your concerns though. I checked one out recently that were too cheap to be true. They advertised rimless glasses at just over £30 and badge themselves as a UK company on their website. However, when you enter their address on google street map, you can see that their "office" is actually a hosting company, which is just a front for a business based abroad. Further googling found many unhappy customers and a shoddy or non-existent customer service.
#11
Me and most of my family use selectspecs.com. They are shipped from Hong Kong or somewhere similar and take about 7-10 days to arrive but for the price, I don't think they can be beaten.

If you access via this URL you can get some frames cheaper:

http://www.selectspecs.com/cheap-glasses/

Some of those are a bit 'Chris Evans' but there's a huge range of other stuff - still cheap.

I got a pair with thin lenses and all the coatings, delivered for less than a tenner!
#12
anyone bought this deal and not gonna use it? i missed out, its now sold out!! il buy a code off someone??

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