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Levi's Prescription Glasses - 20 Styles To Choose now £17.99 delivered with code @ Speckyfoureyes + Free Glass Case & Cloth worth £4
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Levi's Prescription Glasses - 20 Styles To Choose now £17.99 delivered with code @ Speckyfoureyes + Free Glass Case & Cloth worth £4

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

Some great styles included in the offer, there are 20 pairs to choose from, and they drop to just £17.99 including delivery when you use discount code: SPLEVIS

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You can choose different lens packages, however selecting "Continue With Free Lenses" at the bottom right of the screen will ensure you get the prices above.

You can also choose a tint package at extra cost, you don't have to add them, but they are pretty reasonable price wise. If you don't want these, select "Skip Step and Continue" bottom right of screen

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Please allow between 10 and 30 working days for delivery

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DazLFC15/11/2019 14:37

Can you get these with clear glass?



I believe they only do them with frosted lens for people seeking them for trend purposes.
Thanks..my first order with them. Cant be too bad for 17.99. If they are terrible, at least I wont be able to see myself in them.
Do you have to shrink wash them in the bath
Good value but they do take a few weeks to come at least. I ordered some Ted Baker ones on a previous deal on Oct 25th and they are still being made, just be aware if you need them urgently.
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Good value but they do take a few weeks to come at least. I ordered some Ted Baker ones on a previous deal on Oct 25th and they are still being made, just be aware if you need them urgently.
are these for frames only?
thefinest115/11/2019 13:45

are these for frames only?


Frames and your own prescription lenses, beware it adds up alot more depends what you add to the package ,eg thinner lenses ,tinted, varifocals mine worked out for varifocals thinner lenses £158 after voucher applied
thanks,
Can you get these with clear glass?
DazLFC15/11/2019 14:37

Can you get these with clear glass?



I believe they only do them with frosted lens for people seeking them for trend purposes.
Thanks..my first order with them. Cant be too bad for 17.99. If they are terrible, at least I wont be able to see myself in them.
I have some and they are quality
I had mine delivered yesterday and they are decent. The free case is rubbish as was expected.
How are people working out their pd
Do you have to shrink wash them in the bath
crap_I_dont_really_need15/11/2019 15:33

Thanks..my first order with them. Cant be too bad for 17.99. If they are …Thanks..my first order with them. Cant be too bad for 17.99. If they are terrible, at least I wont be able to see myself in them.


Your comment made me smirk, then I read your nick and I laughed again
Zameen16/11/2019 10:05

How are people working out their pd


I bought one of the cheap ones online that go on your nose and its got measurements in mm.

On your own get a bit of A4 and mark and mark where the middle of your pupil is.

With some help, ask somebody to hold a ruler and measure for you.

At you opticians, beg and plead because "we can't give you that for your own good". They basically want you to buy from them. Some are nice about it and will give you it though.
Zameen16/11/2019 10:05

How are people working out their pd


Use ‘Average/Don’t know’ from the dropdown.
Great offer, thx. Bought 4 pairs so should last till Xmas before I lose them..
I ordered these last time they were on offer for £20 with the levis cloth n case. Ordered them with free lenses, received the email for half price specky2 lens package shortly after, added that so in total £30 and they arrived yesterday 18days after order.
Zameen16/11/2019 10:05

How are people working out their pd


They asked me for a photo of me holding a card above my eyes last time i ordered from them lol
Zameen16/11/2019 10:05

How are people working out their pd


Go online search for a measure & print it
I ordered some of these the last time they did the deal and they were with me within a week which is pretty quick by their standards. Heat
Great thanks op,ordered
Can't believe they are called speckyfoureyes seems a bit much lol
Edited by: "Dizy" 16th Nov 2019
I'm a regular customer of Specky. Specky deserves a heat...
The online companies due not conform to British standards, they could be giving you any prescription and you wouldn't even realise. Alongside with the wrong measurements such as PD's which can induce something called prism in your lenses. And the risk is higher if you go for varifocals or have a high prescription. Why risk your sight for some pennies. If you must, buy the frames online and reglaze the lenses from a registered Opticians.

which.co.uk/new…es/
How are these guys with refunds?
I ordered a couple of pairs from the other deal posted here a few days ago, can't remember the site. The lenses were horrendous!
ymisdabest16/11/2019 14:45

The online companies due not conform to British standards, they could be …The online companies due not conform to British standards, they could be giving you any prescription and you wouldn't even realise. Alongside with the wrong measurements such as PD's which can induce something called prism in your lenses. And the risk is higher if you go for varifocals or have a high prescription. Why risk your sight for some pennies. If you must, buy the frames online and reglaze the lenses from a registered Opticians.https://www.which.co.uk/news/2019/09/which-reveals-online-retailers-selling-low-quality-and-potentially-unsafe-glasses/


Specky Four Eyes glasses didn’t fail any tests, but one pair was described as a borderline pass, as one lens was loose in the frame. Another pair was so slow to arrive that we didn’t have time to assess them.

Read more: which.co.uk/new…es/ - Which?
mikeportsmouth16/11/2019 12:12

Do you have to shrink wash them in the bath


Dn dah dun dun... Ooohhh I bet you're.... getting in the bath.... Ohhhh you're such a laff.... Dn dah dun dun
How thick are the 'normal' lenses included in the £17 offer? Jam jars?
ymisdabest16/11/2019 14:45

The online companies due not conform to British standards, they could be …The online companies due not conform to British standards, they could be giving you any prescription and you wouldn't even realise. Alongside with the wrong measurements such as PD's which can induce something called prism in your lenses. And the risk is higher if you go for varifocals or have a high prescription. Why risk your sight for some pennies. If you must, buy the frames online and reglaze the lenses from a registered Opticians.https://www.which.co.uk/news/2019/09/which-reveals-online-retailers-selling-low-quality-and-potentially-unsafe-glasses/


Any recommendations on best place to reglaze the lenses including blue light blocking please.
Checked at Specsavers they said they won't give any guarantees on reglazing and they don't do blue light blocking either... also the price to reglaze was same as getting a new frame with lens, basically they wanted to sell the package and discourage from reglazing option.
Zameen16/11/2019 10:05

How are people working out their pd


Think there's an app for that
ymisdabest16/11/2019 14:45

The online companies due not conform to British standards, they could be …The online companies due not conform to British standards, they could be giving you any prescription and you wouldn't even realise. Alongside with the wrong measurements such as PD's which can induce something called prism in your lenses. And the risk is higher if you go for varifocals or have a high prescription. Why risk your sight for some pennies. If you must, buy the frames online and reglaze the lenses from a registered Opticians.https://www.which.co.uk/news/2019/09/which-reveals-online-retailers-selling-low-quality-and-potentially-unsafe-glasses/



Most of this isn't true. Online companies are bound by the same standards as High Street shops. They all must have a registered optician working with them. The customer provides the prescription to the companies which then make up the glasses. They don't automatically provide "the wrong measurements" nor will they give you "any prescription".

The Which article (which I have seen before) does indeed point out that some online opticians provided glasses which weren't up to standard, but that doesn't mean either that they all will, nor that all High Street opticians provide perfect glasses. I ordered some glasses from Specsavers some time ago. My prescription has one lens much stronger than the other. When I collected them I put the glasses on and couldn't see a thing. The reason was that they had put the right lens in the left eyepiece and vice versa. I buy my glasses from both High Street and online suppliers, and the only pair I have had a real problem with was this example.

I'd bet that if Which did a similar survey of High Street opticians they'd also find a good chunk which weren't up to standard.
BornTricky16/11/2019 12:16

I bought one of the cheap ones online that go on your nose and its got …I bought one of the cheap ones online that go on your nose and its got measurements in mm.On your own get a bit of A4 and mark and mark where the middle of your pupil is.With some help, ask somebody to hold a ruler and measure for you.At you opticians, beg and plead because "we can't give you that for your own good". They basically want you to buy from them. Some are nice about it and will give you it though.


I got mine years ago by asking just when they have done it as if I am checking them and when they tell you just say that's correct thanks, although now they use the app gadget there's less room for them to get it wrong but I still ask and they just tell me.
JonF99216/11/2019 17:00

Most of this isn't true. Online companies are bound by the same standards …Most of this isn't true. Online companies are bound by the same standards as High Street shops. They all must have a registered optician working with them. The customer provides the prescription to the companies which then make up the glasses. They don't automatically provide "the wrong measurements" nor will they give you "any prescription". The Which article (which I have seen before) does indeed point out that some online opticians provided glasses which weren't up to standard, but that doesn't mean either that they all will, nor that all High Street opticians provide perfect glasses. I ordered some glasses from Specsavers some time ago. My prescription has one lens much stronger than the other. When I collected them I put the glasses on and couldn't see a thing. The reason was that they had put the right lens in the left eyepiece and vice versa. I buy my glasses from both High Street and online suppliers, and the only pair I have had a real problem with was this example. I'd bet that if Which did a similar survey of High Street opticians they'd also find a good chunk which weren't up to standard.


I agree both online and high street can unintentionally make mistakes. But you cannot deny its far safer buying from a store (being a multiple like Specsavers or your local independents) when compared to an online company.

However, there is no argument against having the correct measurements and the poor alternatives such as placing a card over a picture off yourself!? There's a reason these measurements need to be taken accurately. Not just the PD's (which place the optical centre infront off the pupil horizontally) but also the heights as each frame is different which means you'll be looking through a different part off the lens vertically. This is very important for Varifocal and high prescription users.
alanminium16/11/2019 12:22

Use ‘Average/Don’t know’ from the dropdown.


No dont it can vary wildly depending on size of head mines 71 no where near average
deepu2516/11/2019 15:56

Any recommendations on best place to reglaze the lenses including blue …Any recommendations on best place to reglaze the lenses including blue light blocking please. Checked at Specsavers they said they won't give any guarantees on reglazing and they don't do blue light blocking either... also the price to reglaze was same as getting a new frame with lens, basically they wanted to sell the package and discourage from reglazing option.


There is no evidence blue light can damage the eyes. Its a waste off money and a reason why Boots Opticians were fined and no longer sell the lens option. The only known advantage off filtering blue light is to help with our sleep cycle. As the Sun and devices such as your laptop emit this light, some studies conclude this can affect our sleep cycle as our body believes the Sun is still up when in reality its 11pm at night and you're just on your laptop watching a movie. However, you can simply counteract this with night light filter on windows or search an app store.

aop.org.uk/ot/…ing
ymisdabest16/11/2019 14:45

The online companies due not conform to British standards, they could be …The online companies due not conform to British standards, they could be giving you any prescription and you wouldn't even realise. Alongside with the wrong measurements such as PD's which can induce something called prism in your lenses. And the risk is higher if you go for varifocals or have a high prescription. Why risk your sight for some pennies. If you must, buy the frames online and reglaze the lenses from a registered Opticians.https://www.which.co.uk/news/2019/09/which-reveals-online-retailers-selling-low-quality-and-potentially-unsafe-glasses/


Not really talking just pennies though. I was spending £100-250 a time on the high Street. Now I'm paying £17. High Street is a massive rip off. Last time I ordered glasses with Specsavers they opened the parcel in front of me, handed them over and I walked out. No fitting, or checking anything so I feel like I'm cutting out the middleman here..

But I wouldn't want to chance the PD measurement. I tried it myself numerous times and got varying measurements. Fortunately found a prescription with mine already on and have had no troubles.
£17.99 for me
I bought

£120 reduced to £27

fcuking hot deal

thanks op great find!
martin.martian16/11/2019 18:08

I got mine years ago by asking just when they have done it as if I am …I got mine years ago by asking just when they have done it as if I am checking them and when they tell you just say that's correct thanks, although now they use the app gadget there's less room for them to get it wrong but I still ask and they just tell me.


I asked the guy when I was there and was told they don't give it out in case I buy glasses that damage my eyes. I went home, thought it was a silly reason not to give it out, decided to call and was told they can't give that information out over the phone.
MikeCumbria16/11/2019 15:30

Dn dah dun dun... Ooohhh I bet you're.... getting in the bath.... Ohhhh …Dn dah dun dun... Ooohhh I bet you're.... getting in the bath.... Ohhhh you're such a laff.... Dn dah dun dun


Bet you aint
I recently found that Specsavers now do glasses from £19. No need to buy online and wait weeks, got mine same day from my local.
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