2 Pairs of prescription glasses + Free Tinting -  £8.99 + P&P £14.98 @ Goggles4U (Using code)
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2 Pairs of prescription glasses + Free Tinting - £8.99 + P&P £14.98 @ Goggles4U (Using code)

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Found 15th Jan 2016
Use code SPECS899

You can add a sunglasses tint for free too. A decent price at the moment for two pairs. Frames look good, with a few colour options to choose from too.

- offer on £6.95 Frames
- 1.57 CR Single Vision Lenses
- Full UV Protection
- Anti Scratch Coating
- Free Sunglasses Tint (excl. Gradient)

61 Comments

Is the landing page resticting selection or is there no more than seven £6.95 frame styles to choose from?

Is this just a light tint, or sunglasses style darkening?

Banned

Yes

anyone bought any of these glasses before?

sunil237

anyone bought any of these glasses before?


Yes, last time the same offer was running about 6wks ago (although it may be a perma-offer, just a different discount code!). Dunno if the 2 for £14 delivered code (2FOR9) is still functional hotukdeals.com/dea…900

AndyRoyd

Yes, last time the same offer was running about 6wks ago (although it may … Yes, last time the same offer was running about 6wks ago (although it may be a perma-offer, just a different discount code!). Dunno if the 2 for £14 delivered code (2FOR9) is still functional http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/two-pairs-prescription-glasses-free-anti-reflective-coating-for-15-delivered-using-2331712?p=26568900



But have they turned up yet?!

Rickardo

But have they turned up yet?!


Yes. Most-recent two G4U orders: ordered Nov 25 received circa 05 dec; ordered 10 Dec received 21 Dec.

I've got two pairs recently. No tint, just for reading. They're fine albeit you can tell they're budget glasses. Only slight criticism is they tend to attract dirt and smudges more than my decent glasses. But for the price paid they're fine. Took IIRC about ten days from order to delivery.

sunil237

anyone bought any of these glasses before?


Yes, I ordered 2 pairs, both frames the same but one of the pairs were (meant to be) tinted. I received the correct frames but in the wrong colour (black instead of grey), and neither pair were tinted. They're cheap glasses though and are doing the job.

This or the bench deal

Bargain really, need to do this instead of specsavers this time thanks

Thanks op, code worked in lower case.

been using g4u for best part of 4 years. They use same designers from luxottica and other major designers.

Recently ( 2 weeks ago) got two pairs delivered, one half rim came perfect but the rimless was bent a bit, so sent a pic and they sent me a new pair for free. Have to say, last 3 pairs of rimless came broke, think more to do with postage than g4u.

1.57 CR39 Lenses+£0.00
1.57 CR39 Premium Lens with EMI+£14.95

Which lens to go for and is the anti reflective coating needed for £5 extra.

These are going to be used occasionally for tv.

snoopy18

This or the bench deal



sorry , which bench deal?

snoopy18

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bench-prescription-glasses-now-from-15-p-p-19-99-specky-four-eyes-2374997?page=2#comments





THANKS

In all seriousness how the F*** can it cost £15 to post 2 pairs of glasses?

I have ordered from these before excellent service they did make a mistake on one perscription I told them they sent another pair and asked me to donate the wrong ones to a charity shop

For anyone looking for a review on goggles4u....

I have ordered 2 pairs of glasses from goggles4u in the last month and to say i am impressed is an understatement.
I have a really high prescription (-11.5 and -11.25) and you normally can't get glasses of this prescription online and these were the only company that could do it.

I bought the cheap £6.95 and £9.95 frames made from the TR90 material which most folk would class as flimsy but it isn't. It is a new type of thermoplastic which is very flexible and returns to its original shape.

Anyway the glasses i received were bang on and i could actually see almost perfectly out them which is a lot more than i can say about Costco.
I bought Costco glasses in Nov 2015 and they were shockingly bad. Lenses were so out of focus it was unreal. I thought this was just due to me being blind as a bat and having a mega high prescription but it obviously isn't as goggles4u have made me 2 pairs of glasses that are spot on and both of them cost under £40 each including the high index 1.67 lens.

I will not be going anywhere else for glasses ever again.

I am happy to answer any questions for folk.

I've ordered 3 pairs of specs from this mob after deals on here and every one of them was no use. I've got a pretty mild prescription

retrend

I've ordered 3 pairs of specs from this mob after deals on here and every … I've ordered 3 pairs of specs from this mob after deals on here and every one of them was no use. I've got a pretty mild prescription



Thats strange.

Where were your glasses made? was there a label on the box with the lab details?

Mine were made in Pakistan before being shipped over to me.

retrend

I've ordered 3 pairs of specs from this mob after deals on here and every … I've ordered 3 pairs of specs from this mob after deals on here and every one of them was no use. I've got a pretty mild prescription



I used them a few months back - cost me less than £50 with high index lenses, vision is significantly better than a pair I paid 3x that price for at an optician the year before.

Sorry to be thick but does this include your prescription lenses?

All I can say is customer service was excellent but the glasses looked and felt worse than cheap
Like joke shop frames.
Got no quibble refund when I said I wasn't happy
They are made in Pakistan where as glasses direct are made in the uk.

Bejeezus

I used them a few months back - cost me less than £50 with high index … I used them a few months back - cost me less than £50 with high index lenses, vision is significantly better than a pair I paid 3x that price for at an optician the year before.



Same here, i paid £150 for the Costco glasses and this was with the cheapest hi index lenses at £90 and £60 frames. And i don't think opticians do refunds on glasses and lenses lol might phone them though and ask the question as its only 2 months old.
Whoever they use to manufacture must be useless cos they couldn't even get the frame straight after fitting the lenses.

Used them twice now both times good ,only thing I'd say is scan your prescription to them so's there's no mix ups. X

snoopy18

This or the bench deal



Do you need a bench?

catsan

Used them twice now both times good ,only thing I'd say is scan your … Used them twice now both times good ,only thing I'd say is scan your prescription to them so's there's no mix ups. X



How do you scan them?

what does it mean by large, medium?

wingz

what does it mean by large, medium?



size of the lens required from what i could work out.

kennyhkw

size of the lens required from what i could work out.



found this. I'm 12cm so going for medium

Edited by: "wingz" 21st Jan 2016

So what do you do about all the proper fitting/adjustment an optician will do? Ill fitting glasses are a pain (literally).

kennyhkw

Thats strange.Where were your glasses made? was there a label on the box … Thats strange.Where were your glasses made? was there a label on the box with the lab details?Mine were made in Pakistan before being shipped over to me.



I had this same experience I'm afraid. Ordered a pair of the cheapo ones, they call them 'acetate' frames but they were really of cheap quality. The package was shipped from Pakistan and the both glasses were covered in dust.

More significantly, I had a headache when I started wearing them with everything looking quite blurred and not quite right. Couldn't really put a finger on it and ended up taking them to the high street Specsavers. The optician there told me the lenses were not centred correctly i.e. the PD was not set right, and asked me not to wear them.I complained to G4U online, and to their credit they replaced the glasses straightaway without asking me to send the other pair back. Tried the new pair on, and one of them still didn't feel right however the other was ok.

With all the hassle this involved, I wish I had gone to Specky4Eyes which I had used before. They've been spot on with my prescriptions. Of course, mine may have been a fairly isolated experience but be warned.

Edited by: "hcc27" 21st Jan 2016

Besford

So what do you do about all the proper fitting/adjustment an optician … So what do you do about all the proper fitting/adjustment an optician will do? Ill fitting glasses are a pain (literally).


I wondered this too but thought sod it, its only £40 if it all goes wrong!
But the frames i ordered which are TR90 material and the cheapest ones, they are brilliant, flexible and mold to your head perfectly so i have no complaints but obviously your mileage may vary if you chose other frames which are rigid and may need adjusting.

why did my post about having several orders turn up that didn't work deleted?

spenspuma

Do you need a bench?



I've got a spare woodwork bench

Does anyone know where I can get cheap glasses and use my eyecare voucher from work?

PSmith222

Does anyone know where I can get cheap glasses and use my eyecare voucher … Does anyone know where I can get cheap glasses and use my eyecare voucher from work?



Not sure, does your voucher not state which retailers are participating?

Either way i don't think you could beat the prices at goggles4u even with a voucher.

PSmith222

Does anyone know where I can get cheap glasses and use my eyecare voucher … Does anyone know where I can get cheap glasses and use my eyecare voucher from work?



Depends where you work, but ours is Specsavers.
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