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Kangol Prescription Glasses now £20 delivered / Prescription Sunglasses £30 delivered using codes @ Low Cost Glasses
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ExclusiveKangol Prescription Glasses now £20 delivered / Prescription Sunglasses £30 delivered using codes @ Low Cost Glasses

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Posted 28th Sep 2020

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Over 100 styles to choose from - these Kangol glasses are excellent value, with some really great styles available!

  • Kangol Prescription Glasses for £20 delivered using discount code: HUKD20
  • Kangol Prescription Sunglasses for £30 delivered using discount code: HUKD30

It's a nice option to get the Tint for an extra £10 (usually £16 extra), really handy to have prescription glasses when driving.



Some examples:


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Where do I add the code?

  • Add your Glasses / Prescription to your basket
  • Hit 'Proceed to checkout'
  • Before you add your billing details, click on 'Have a coupon?' on the banner at the top of the page

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There's also some really good discounts on Dunlop Prescription Glassesmight be worth a look (the codes don't work with them though)
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@pmackers I know it's a completely different brand / offer, but just thought I'd tag you in case it interests you - there's a nice selection of men's glasses available.
Edited by: "millarcat" 28th Sep
millarcat28/09/2020 17:17

@pmackers I know it's a completely different brand / offer, but just …@pmackers I know it's a completely different brand / offer, but just thought I'd tag you in case it interests you as there's a nice range of Men's glasses available. (and lots more options)


Thanks millarcat, I'll have a look
Thanks op great offer. While I was on the website I also noticed they had a big sale on Dunlop frames. Have had them before and they’re very good.
The Dunlop offer is also reducing cost of frames to £25 from an rrp of £125.
lowcostglasses.co.uk/pro…lop
Clearly can't see on page where Discount Code goes not in the basket, not at checkout:D i guess i'm blind
KlemiX28/09/2020 18:54

Clearly can't see on page where Discount Code goes not in the basket, not …Clearly can't see on page where Discount Code goes not in the basket, not at checkout:D i guess i'm blind


saniman28/09/2020 18:25

Thanks op great offer. While I was on the website I also noticed they …Thanks op great offer. While I was on the website I also noticed they had a big sale on Dunlop frames. Have had them before and they’re very good.The Dunlop offer is also reducing cost of frames to £25 from an rrp of £125. https://lowcostglasses.co.uk/product-category/designer/dunlop/?search%5Bpage%5D=2&search%5BrefinementList%5D%5BBrand%5D%5B0%5D=Dunlop

Nice @saniman ! Some really nice styles included in the Dunlop offer too
KlemiX28/09/2020 18:54

Clearly can't see on page where Discount Code goes not in the basket, not …Clearly can't see on page where Discount Code goes not in the basket, not at checkout:D i guess i'm blind


@KlemiX It took me a while to see it too (I've now added some instructions to the OP)

  • Add your Glasses / Prescription to your basket
  • Hit 'Proceed to checkout'
  • Before you add your billing details, click on 'Have a coupon?' on the banner at the top of the page (it's really easy to miss)

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Edited by: "millarcat" 28th Sep
millarcat28/09/2020 20:49

@KlemiX It took me a while to see it too (I've now … @KlemiX It took me a while to see it too (I've now added some instructions to the OP)Add your Glasses / Prescription to your basketHit 'Proceed to checkout'Before you add your billing details, click on 'Have a coupon?' on the banner at the top of the page[Image]



Thank you!
always good to have a spare! this deal is good to those who missed out on the 2 for £20-25 a few months back
Just grabbed a pair of Dunlop glasses with anti reflective for £24, easy ordering process.
xanoas29/09/2020 11:57

Just grabbed a pair of Dunlop glasses with anti reflective for £24, easy …Just grabbed a pair of Dunlop glasses with anti reflective for £24, easy ordering process.


Nice one @xanoas great price Yeah it's pretty straightforward once you have all your details / prescription handy
I bought some Kangol ones last week when they were down to £25. I would have saved even more if I had waited until this week.

Anyway, for anyone considering this deal, I would say it is well worth it. The glasses themselves are excellent and a steal at this price. The service from LCG was also truly amazing. I ordered on a Saturday afternoon and got an email on Sunday evening saying they were ready for dispatch. They were sent Monday and arrived by Royal Mail on Wednesday. Admittedly it was only a simple prescription but the service was really quick.
giving this one a go a pair of dunlops £22.50 great for work
I also went with a new pair of semi-rimless Dunlops as the discount is larger for £22.50. Will get the prescription lenses from Asda opticians. Heat from me.
Very nice @hobogobo and @Optimus_Panda

I just had a look myself, and there are some really frames in the Dunlop offer! A lot more options for men too
mike491529/09/2020 14:04

I bought some Kangol ones last week when they were down to £25. I would …I bought some Kangol ones last week when they were down to £25. I would have saved even more if I had waited until this week.Anyway, for anyone considering this deal, I would say it is well worth it. The glasses themselves are excellent and a steal at this price. The service from LCG was also truly amazing. I ordered on a Saturday afternoon and got an email on Sunday evening saying they were ready for dispatch. They were sent Monday and arrived by Royal Mail on Wednesday. Admittedly it was only a simple prescription but the service was really quick.


That's good to hear @mike4915 really quick turnaround too!
Just a question but why would you buy glasses online? Would it not be better to go into an opticians and get them fitted?
Gam3zilla06/10/2020 17:34

Just a question but why would you buy glasses online? Would it not be …Just a question but why would you buy glasses online? Would it not be better to go into an opticians and get them fitted?


As a former optician, I'd have to say a firm "It depends"...

If you have a relatively simple, single vision prescription (under +/- 4.00 Sph, below -2.00 Cyl and no prism), then provided you take a fairly accurate pupil measurement ("PD") and choose a frame that fits fairly well, then it's simply a case of warming the side "arms" with a hairdryer and bending gently to fit.

If your prescription is any stronger than the above, or you need varifocal/bifocal lenses, then it's more important that measurements are taken by someone who knows what they're doing, in a suitable frame (not all frame designs are suited to stronger/multifocal lenses) - as the focal points for Near, Intermediate and Distance Vision need to be set properly.

Most opticians will have a look at single vision specs that aren't fitting well, but will categorically avoid multi-focal/high Rx lenses that haven't been dispensed by their practice (it's a liability issue).
Gam3zilla06/10/2020 17:34

Just a question but why would you buy glasses online? Would it not be …Just a question but why would you buy glasses online? Would it not be better to go into an opticians and get them fitted?



I had an eye test in Specsavers and tried on loads of frames and couldn't find anything I liked so that's why I ended up buying glasses online. The virtual assistant thing they have on alot of websites is good for seeing which glasses suit you. I bought one pair online (Rhein Silver ones) which I was really happy with and used the measurements from them to help me pick a new pair but unfortunately I didn't check the nose measurement and some new ones I got from another site are a bit small on the nose - so not as comfortable as my other pairs. There are three numbers on the arms of your glasses - the first is the lens height or width (sorry not sure), the second is the bridge/nose measurement and the last is the arm length.
Edited by: "RuththeResearcher" 6th Oct
What is the situation Re fitting
Great deal. Sadly as a -11.5 script I can't even get one one get one free never mind online specs.
Gam3zilla06/10/2020 17:34

Just a question but why would you buy glasses online? Would it not be …Just a question but why would you buy glasses online? Would it not be better to go into an opticians and get them fitted?


You can do both. Buy designer specs for much cheaper than the high street and then get them glazed and fitted by an optician. Granted some opticians don’t allow you to do that (they make most of their money from the frames) but some do. Asda opticians do as do some smaller independents.
Think I need a pair as mine are scratched a little where my eye pupil is
Returns policy isn’t great with these guys, but heat for the nice frames and prices.
Kangol - long established glasses designer, formerly known for their concrete breaking power tools
Skwoddie06/10/2020 17:49

As a former optician, I'd have to say a firm "It depends"...If you have a …As a former optician, I'd have to say a firm "It depends"...If you have a relatively simple, single vision prescription (under +/- 4.00 Sph, below -2.00 Cyl and no prism), then provided you take a fairly accurate pupil measurement ("PD") and choose a frame that fits fairly well, then it's simply a case of warming the side "arms" with a hairdryer and bending gently to fit.If your prescription is any stronger than the above, or you need varifocal/bifocal lenses, then it's more important that measurements are taken by someone who knows what they're doing, in a suitable frame (not all frame designs are suited to stronger/multifocal lenses) - as the focal points for Near, Intermediate and Distance Vision need to be set properly.Most opticians will have a look at single vision specs that aren't fitting well, but will categorically avoid multi-focal/high Rx lenses that haven't been dispensed by their practice (it's a liability issue).


My son wears glasses and needs to go to the hospital for his eye tests every few months as he's a squint on one eye that needs corrected, I wouldn't know the strength in his glasses from memory but they are quite strong and thick. Think I will stick to my local opticians though as they are good and thorough. Thank you for the youre informative reply I've learnt a thing or two here
RuththeResearcher06/10/2020 18:16

I had an eye test in Specsavers and tried on loads of frames and couldn't …I had an eye test in Specsavers and tried on loads of frames and couldn't find anything I liked so that's why I ended up buying glasses online. The virtual assistant thing they have on alot of websites is good for seeing which glasses suit you. I bought one pair online (Rhein Silver ones) which I was really happy with and used the measurements from them to help me pick a new pair but unfortunately I didn't check the nose measurement and some new ones I got from another site are a bit small on the nose - so not as comfortable as my other pairs. There are three numbers on the arms of your glasses - the first is the lens height or width (sorry not sure), the second is the bridge/nose measurement and the last is the arm length.


We went to specsavers twice and that was enough. Glasses never fitted right, the measurements weren't great as the 1st pair the lens fell out and the second the nose measurements weren't great either and it also felt as if we were being rushed to get to the next customer
How would I find out what prescription I need based on my contact lens strength?
KMCK8106/10/2020 21:28

How would I find out what prescription I need based on my contact lens …How would I find out what prescription I need based on my contact lens strength?



Your contact lenses will have your prescription on them - I have some boxes of contacts and on side of boxes it has BC - base curve (shape of eye or something like that which is not relevant to glasses), DIA - diameter (width of the lense so not relevant to glasses) and then finally PWR which is your prescription for that eye. So when I got contacts ages ago my left has a PWR of -1.00 and my right was -1.25. The only thing that would be missing which you might be better off seeing if you have your presecription anywhere to check is the CYL if you have an astigmatism - mine is -0.25 (The CYL and AXIS compensate for an astigmatism. So what's an astigmatism? An astigmatism is where the eye is shaped slightly like a rugby ball or referred to as ‘toric’, not a perfect sphere like a football.) PLus if you have an astigmatism then you will probably need an AXIS number (The AXIS is only present if there is a value in the CYL box, the AXIS tells us where the astigmatism is on your eye.) mine is 165 in left and 175 in right.
RuththeResearcher06/10/2020 21:50

Your contact lenses will have your prescription on them - I have some …Your contact lenses will have your prescription on them - I have some boxes of contacts and on side of boxes it has BC - base curve (shape of eye or something like that which is not relevant to glasses), DIA - diameter (width of the lense so not relevant to glasses) and then finally PWR which is your prescription for that eye. So when I got contacts ages ago my left has a PWR of -1.00 and my right was -1.25. The only thing that would be missing which you might be better off seeing if you have your presecription anywhere to check is the CYL if you have an astigmatism - mine is -0.25 (The CYL and AXIS compensate for an astigmatism. So what's an astigmatism? An astigmatism is where the eye is shaped slightly like a rugby ball or referred to as ‘toric’, not a perfect sphere like a football.) PLus if you have an astigmatism then you will probably need an AXIS number (The AXIS is only present if there is a value in the CYL box, the AXIS tells us where the astigmatism is on your eye.) mine is 165 in left and 175 in right.


Fantastic reply, thank you! Both eyes are - 2.25 and my lenses are perfectly round, no rugby ball shape here.
Ideal for a Harry Potter fancy dress costume
Ordered 1x kangol and 1x Dunlop for £45 delivered. Hot 🔥. What's delivery time like?
I like the virtual try on feature. This is lacking with specyfoureyes. I ordered 4 pairs from S4E and had to send 2 back as they were tiny pairs
How do you guys know if your prescription fit the frames?
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