2 Prescription Glasses - Includes Tint (Optional), UV Protection & Anti-Scratch coating - £15 Delivered (Code = 2FOR15) @ Goggles4u
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2 Prescription Glasses - Includes Tint (Optional), UV Protection & Anti-Scratch coating - £15 Delivered (Code = 2FOR15) @ Goggles4u

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Found 20th Aug 2015
Includes:
-Optional Free Tint
-£6.95 frames
-1.57 CR Single Vision Lenses
-Anti-Scratch coating
-Full UV Protection
-Shipping (UK & Ireland)

The code SALE20 might be more worthwhile using for the pricier glasses, so try both codes to see which one works out best!

49 Comments

Original Poster

This is what was in the email:

http://i.imgur.com/4fCi2XX.jpg

The email states 2 for £15, but when I tried with the £6.95 glasses the codes still worked, so two pairs worked out at £10 delivered.

EDIT: Ah, £5 is added for shipping at checkout making it £15.
Edited by: "mamboboy" 20th Aug 2015

delivery takes ages with them though usually about 1 month

Added a Cavallo 106186 and a Cavallo 106184 and the code works

My experience ordering glasses from goggles4u was less than perfect. I ordered a 2 for 15 deal, 1 pair made me feel sick/drunk - I could see fine through the other pair but they had slight chips in the lenses at the bottom.

They agreed to replace 1 pair of glasses. When they came they had 2 small chips on the bottom edge of 1 lens.

They offered a 'discount' if I bought some more glasses - I had to get a refund via PayPal in the end.

My advice - (1) use PayPal and (2) you really do get what you pay for.

Aren't they in Pakistan?

simont_space

Aren't they in Pakistan?


yep orders are taken in China and then thet are made in Pakistan then posted to Burgess Hill Sussex !
ive used them a bit hit and miss

Edited by: "mac1611" 20th Aug 2015

if ordering ones that cost more than £6.95 try code SALE20 - you should get a better discount.
Also add the lenses and before selecting tint (if you want if for free) select Anti-reflective coating first then select tint and you will get both for free. Just tried it and it works. Selecting tint first doesn't allow you to add the free anti-reflect coating

Thanks for the post

Just had a pair delivered today, ordered about 2 weeks ago, paid less than £10 just as good as any pais Ive had from high street stores.

Just got some glasses from these people - I'm pretty sure they sent me lower spec lenses then what I paid for - anyway to tell? Ipaid for 1.67 high index lenses but what I got looks more like perspex lenses

after bad experiences with selectspecs iv given up on internet bought prescription specs.

the reviews from these guys shares similar outcome.....seems the premium for peace of mind from the high street is worth it ...certainly in my experience.

Not from the UK.. Can anyone advise the best place to get a prescription checked? Ideally free?

BOC14

Not from the UK.. Can anyone advise the best place to get a prescription … Not from the UK.. Can anyone advise the best place to get a prescription checked? Ideally free?



Any opticians will have the ability to check the prescription on a pair of glasses....I'm doubtful that if you walk into an opticians asking them to check the prescription of glasses that they didn't supply they'll probably decline...

ostinato

Any opticians will have the ability to check the prescription on a pair … Any opticians will have the ability to check the prescription on a pair of glasses....I'm doubtful that if you walk into an opticians asking them to check the prescription of glasses that they didn't supply they'll probably decline...


Surely they mean check the prescription of their eyes?
Get a free eye test and just ask for a copy of your prescription

if you don't care about your vision then buy glasses online....9/10 measurements are incorrect that can do a great deal of damage to your eye sight

DAMNOME

Surely they mean check the prescription of their eyes? Get a free eye … Surely they mean check the prescription of their eyes? Get a free eye test and just ask for a copy of your prescription



Was thinking in the context of this deal. If it's to determine the prescription that you require of course you're right...

buy glasses online if you have no care for your vision or eye health, 9/10 glasses purchased online have incorrect measurements that can have seriously damaging consequences.

thor_sg

buy glasses online if you have no care for your vision or eye health, … buy glasses online if you have no care for your vision or eye health, 9/10 glasses purchased online have incorrect measurements that can have seriously damaging consequences.



Such as? Does that apply to off the shelf ready reader glasses too? And where does the 90% come from?

yes it does apply to off the shelf ready readers since

^too* not since

mac1611

delivery takes ages with them though usually about 1 month



The last ones I ordered were here in about a week. I know, I was surprised myself too. Maybe they have speeded up their process.

cold...you get what you pay for

Wouldn't risk my vision to save a few quid, tbh.

sossige

My experience ordering glasses from goggles4u was less than perfect. I … My experience ordering glasses from goggles4u was less than perfect. I ordered a 2 for 15 deal, 1 pair made me feel sick/drunk - I could see fine through the other pair but they had slight chips in the lenses at the bottom.They agreed to replace 1 pair of glasses. When they came they had 2 small chips on the bottom edge of 1 lens.They offered a 'discount' if I bought some more glasses - I had to get a refund via PayPal in the end.My advice - (1) use PayPal and (2) you really do get what you pay for.


I had the same issue, first pair instantly made me feel sick. It was very odd. I contacted them and they were pretty slow to respond on email but did eventually. They asked if I had measured my pupil distance or did the optician, I said I had done it. However I then measured the glasses and realised the centre of each lens was further apart than the PD I had provided. They sent me out some replacements but again they weren't right. I'm going to take my existing glasses in to an optician as they often have a machine that can work out the current prescription. I just want to work out if these glasses are useless or the optician wrote down the wrong numbers on my prescription.
I'm not someone that would spend hundreds on glasses and the quality of them is reasonable from Goggles4U. They're pretty basic though and very lightweight (which is a good thing). The cheap pairs don't compare to an expensive pair so if you wear all the time you might want to have a "decent" pair as well.

I've bought glasses both from high street stores and online. Had a £10 pair from Tesco and they were optically perfect and very comfortable, but after a few months, snapped. I've also bought a pair of Hugo Boss specs online for about 2/3 the price of specsavers and they're perfect.
You do get what you pay for, but that's generally in build quality rather than optical accuracy.

Used these a few times and never any problems. Takes a couple of weeks for orders to arrive but decent quality and a fraction of the cost of high street opticians.

it doesn't give an option for anti scratch and uv protection. It just gives free anti-reflective coating?

Used goggles4u about 10-15 times, had a couple of issues but i still think its worth using them rather than paying stupid money at specsavers. my lenses need to be thinned which costs an arm and a leg on the highstreet
Edited by: "yus786" 21st Aug 2015

Original Poster

Slash

it doesn't give an option for anti scratch and uv protection. It just … it doesn't give an option for anti scratch and uv protection. It just gives free anti-reflective coating?


From the FAQ...

18) Are your lenses scratch resistant?
All our lenses come with Anti-scratch and UV protection coatings.

EDIT: This isn't expired to whoever expired it!
Edited by: "mamboboy" 21st Aug 2015

hot crap!

cholent

hot crap!


why?

If you have no eye issues and just wear standard lenses then it's fine buying online if you know your prescription and your PD.

I have bought specs online after my friends - quite a few who are opticians told me about the pressures to sell specs.

I had been going to the opticians ontime and over a period of 4 years my eyesight deteriorated from -1.5 to -2.5. At this rate I thought I might go blind. The opticians said it was myopic creep - well that was complete bull.

Each year my prescription was altered by -0.25 and I bought specs.

My friends who became opticians said we need to sell specs - so they will say oh your prescription has just deteriorated slightly by -0.25 when it really hasn't then this makes you think I need new specs.

Last 15 years I have been to an optician twice and guess what - they said my eyesight had improved.

You cannot trust opticians when they have motivation to sell you spectacles and make targets.

I challenge any optician on here to refute that.

As an optometrist I can say that anyone over the age of 10 cannot damage their eyes by wearing the wrong prescription. However, headaches and nausea etc are common in I'll fitting or inaccurate prescriptions.

bigpappa

If you have no eye issues and just wear standard lenses then it's fine … If you have no eye issues and just wear standard lenses then it's fine buying online if you know your prescription and your PD.I have bought specs online after my friends - quite a few who are opticians told me about the pressures to sell specs.I had been going to the opticians ontime and over a period of 4 years my eyesight deteriorated from -1.5 to -2.5. At this rate I thought I might go blind. The opticians said it was myopic creep - well that was complete bull.Each year my prescription was altered by -0.25 and I bought specs. My friends who became opticians said we need to sell specs - so they will say oh your prescription has just deteriorated slightly by -0.25 when it really hasn't then this makes you think I need new specs.Last 15 years I have been to an optician twice and guess what - they said my eyesight had improved.You cannot trust opticians when they have motivation to sell you spectacles and make targets.I challenge any optician on here to refute that.



the last time i was in specsavers an old man said he couldnt afford a new pair at the moment yet they insisted he needed them when i could hear him saying his old ones were perfectly fine.. they always push hard, they tried to give me the "your eyes have changed 0.25 so you need new glasses" when my old ones were perfectly fine but when i said it they give me the usual your eyes will get damaged ect so much bs

graybags

As an optometrist I can say that anyone over the age of 10 cannot damage … As an optometrist I can say that anyone over the age of 10 cannot damage their eyes by wearing the wrong prescription. However, headaches and nausea etc are common in I'll fitting or inaccurate prescriptions.



Correct. Opticians have to legally provide you with the prescription but no the PD which helps with the fitting.

I don't mind paying full price for my optical exam but not when the person at the other end has different motivation.

I bought distance glasses from goggles4u and they came in about 2 weeks,
I loved them but when I tried them I felt like my left eye was straining more than the right, I only have "-1" in each eye and I've got a fair few glasses that I wear for driving or watching the TV from far away... I only found out from my Mom that my eyes look a lot smaller in these glasses like my eyes have shrunk through the lenses, does not happen with all my other pairs.
I usually buy from Tesco and Firmoo but Goggles4u make your eyes look like they've shrunk if you order distance ones.

Bowey

the last time i was in specsavers an old man said he couldnt afford a new … the last time i was in specsavers an old man said he couldnt afford a new pair at the moment yet they insisted he needed them when i could hear him saying his old ones were perfectly fine.. they always push hard, they tried to give me the "your eyes have changed 0.25 so you need new glasses" when my old ones were perfectly fine but when i said it they give me the usual your eyes will get damaged ect so much bs



Exactly - Specsavers are the worst - they have some opticians on a per exam rate so they try bang out 5 plus exams per hour. It's simply about making money and converting exams into new sales.

bigpappa

Exactly - Specsavers are the worst - they have some opticians on a per … Exactly - Specsavers are the worst - they have some opticians on a per exam rate so they try bang out 5 plus exams per hour. It's simply about making money and converting exams into new sales.


I bought a pair from specsavers once. Costed £180 lens with cheap frames. It took like 2 weeks for it to be made and they dared to break the frame when they put the lens onto the frame. Yes those idiots are not even able to put the lens into the frame without breaking it lol. And then they made me go in again to choose another pair of frame because they ran out of stock on the one I wanted. LOL And then I waited another week for it to arrive. Don't trust them at all.
I bought a pair at googles4u using their 20% off, costed ~£18 so I don't really have much expectation...just going to use it for sports.

simont_space

Aren't they in Pakistan?


Yes they are indeed..
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