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advice wanted please...my mrs has scratched her glasses can the scatch be removed/repaired??

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
as above all help greatly appreciated thanks

£50 for 1 new lends from spec savers and 10 days+ wait
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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Scratches cannot be removed from the lenses of eyeglasses without effecting the quality of the lense, you could shop around the opticians. Try Boots.
#2
Has the misses thought of contacts, cuz they are around £10 a month and you get free aftercare and free replacements if you loose one etc, I am with specsavers and find their care realy brill, you can get a free month trial I think and you just have to get used to putting them in then never look back, you can use the scratched ones as backup or get new on offer :)
#3
have u tried [URL="www.glassesdirect.co.uk"]www.glassesdirect.co.uk[/URL]? prices there seem cheap, it's online all u need is the prescription ... 08453472020. u can upload your photo and test the glasses styles, and there's a guide to help you re:frame width etc. i havent needed to purchase anything yet but seems a better range too.
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cheers all above

has tried contacts but been told not to ware anymore?? :thinking:

will look at links thanks again this site and most of the peeps on it are great:thumbsup:
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happy donkey
Has the misses thought of contacts, cuz they are around £10 a month and you get free aftercare and free replacements if you loose one etc, I am with specsavers and find their care realy brill, you can get a free month trial I think and you just have to get used to putting them in then never look back, you can use the scratched ones as backup or get new on offer :)


I only use disposable lenses, i can't be bothered cleaning them.

I go to Tesco's, Costco or Asda for mine, they work out a lot cheaper and you don't have to sign a contract.
banned#6
I wear glasses most of time and recommend that she get's them scratch-resistant coated next time it usually stops scratches.

I'm thinking of getting laser correction done, i've got an assessment in a couple of week's.
#7
My wife gets her glasses from http://goggles4u.com/ . They take some time to come but they are great and so cheap that she keeps a spare pair at all times. Got the site from a few posts on moneysavingsexpert site.
#8
i bought my glasses this time round from Boots. They offer glasses insurance for £20 per year. I've got two pairs and they are both insurance for the £20 and are insured for unlimited replacements/repairs. Bit late for your pair now but might help in future purchases.

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