Prescription Glasses £14.99 Delivered - Converse & Bench - Speckyfoureyes
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Prescription Glasses £14.99 Delivered - Converse & Bench - Speckyfoureyes

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Found 30th Mar 2017
FLASH SALE - Back on again now!

Converse glasses were £99 now only £10 use code FLASHCONVERSE
Bench glasses were £49 now only £10 use code FLASHBENCH
Henleys glasses were £59 now only £10 use code FLASHHENLEYS

Converse sunglasses were £109 now only £19 use code SUNCONVERSE
Bench sunglasses were £59 now only £19 use code SUNBENCH

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ohdearohdear

Beware of their Non existent customer service if something goes wrong



Why? What have you heard?

Perhaps you'd like to call us on 03448 20 20 20 or email us info@speckyfoureyes.com and we'll be able to assist you further?
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Just looking at these myself, need some new sunglasses.
Just ordered now, mine are falling apart haha, heat from me!
Ordered some of the Superdry ones when they were on offer last month. Took a while to come in but all good in the end.
Stevied321

Ordered some of the Superdry ones when they were on offer last month. … Ordered some of the Superdry ones when they were on offer last month. Took a while to come in but all good in the end.



Glad to hear, only ordered mine 2 days ago and wondering if I should buy these without waiting to see them.
The colours are all over the place! Like these but want blue, so should I order purple or brown?!?!?!

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Great offer! Just ordered myself some prescription sunglasses
Stevied321

Ordered some of the Superdry ones when they were on offer last month. … Ordered some of the Superdry ones when they were on offer last month. Took a while to come in but all good in the end.



Mine arrived today!
thankyou ordered a pair of glasses and sunglasses
Just remember if you want 2 pairs, you have to order them separately & input the code in again for each separate pair - thus paying £4.99 P&P for each pair
Heat added from me - just ordered a pair of sunglasses for upcoming Holiday, thank you.
Gollywood

Just remember if you want 2 pairs, you have to order them separately & … Just remember if you want 2 pairs, you have to order them separately & input the code in again for each separate pair - thus paying £4.99 P&P for each pair



​yeah i did this, still worth it i think
Struggling to find any in either brand that look better than cheap supermarket options.
Thanks just order a pair of sunglasses for holiday
Wish this deal would've been was posted 3 months ago before I bought from Specsavers.................. Never again!!
These guys are the Gearbest of Specs world. Not a bad thing, just have to factor in the waiting times... Got a dispatched notice yesterday after waiting almost a month for my last order.... Gonna pick up another Superdry pair before the offer ends.
ordered for my wife thx
never had glasses but am probably needing some... how does this work for fitting? just luck?
or try random friends/families glasses and measure the ones that feel ok then use the frame finder jobby?
Anyone had transitions lenses from here?
Er, are untreated lenses worth getting or have much of usable life in them?. As if not then their prices are + £9 just for basic anti scratch coating and + £19 for anti scratch & anti reflection coating!.
dave99461

Er, are untreated lenses worth getting or have much of usable life in … Er, are untreated lenses worth getting or have much of usable life in them?. As if not then their prices are + £9 just for basic anti scratch coating and + £19 for anti scratch & anti reflection coating!.



I ordered a pair without a lens package earlier this week, they emailed me almost immediately asking if I wanted the £19 package for £9 instead.
I'm going to sound like a complete dumbass asking this question but how would you go about finding out what strength of glasses you need? Do opticians readily divulge this information?
Ok for most but prescrition strength offered does not cover all! Sad!
candyman86

I'm going to sound like a complete dumbass asking this question but how … I'm going to sound like a complete dumbass asking this question but how would you go about finding out what strength of glasses you need? Do opticians readily divulge this information?



​Yes you ask for a copy of your prescription.
yetikingkong

Ok for most but prescrition strength offered does not cover all! Sad!



​I thought this too. I have a particularly strong prescription (high cylinder value) but thought I'd chance an order anyway. I ordered without putting any prescription values in and opted to send them along later. I got an email a few days later informing me that it was outside their range but could do it for an additional £29 to pay for the more specialised lens.
brilly

never had glasses but am probably needing some... how does this work for … never had glasses but am probably needing some... how does this work for fitting? just luck?or try random friends/families glasses and measure the ones that feel ok then use the frame finder jobby?



​If it's your first time then go to somewhere like Boots/Specsavers and try on loads of pairs till you get a feel for what fits and looks good on you. Make a note of which fit and then see if the measurements are on the stores website...ie arm length. Nose bridge. Width etc. If not then take a tape measure and try to measure up the glasses. That way when you're looking at glasses online you should know which glasses will fit.
candyman86

I'm going to sound like a complete dumbass asking this question but how … I'm going to sound like a complete dumbass asking this question but how would you go about finding out what strength of glasses you need? Do opticians readily divulge this information?



Just get an eye test from wherever you like (could be free through your work or some opticians do free tests). They have to give you the prescription by law that will show the strength needed. Make sure the gap between your pupils is shown too as you will be asked for that
Beware of their Non existent customer service if something goes wrong
ohdearohdear

Beware of their Non existent customer service if something goes wrong



Why? What have you heard?

Perhaps you'd like to call us on 03448 20 20 20 or email us info@speckyfoureyes.com and we'll be able to assist you further?
Quite a bit out of stock or not available in all colours
My super dry ones arrived last week and spot on. They took about 3 weeks but not a problem. The missus has just ordered a couple of pairs too.
candyman86

I'm going to sound like a complete dumbass asking this question but how … I'm going to sound like a complete dumbass asking this question but how would you go about finding out what strength of glasses you need? Do opticians readily divulge this information?


You can either ask your opticians, and they are legally meant to provide you with a written copy of your prescription free or you may already have been given it on your previous visit to your opticians.
Good deal now just need to go Vision Express and have eyes checked
Thanks op ordered a spare
Crikey, what a bargain oO Nice find OP!!!
not including lenses LOL, my bench sunglasses came up to £168 with lenses, after the deal went down to £135
what a lot of ballz
missmisiowa

not including lenses LOL, my bench sunglasses came up to £168 with … not including lenses LOL, my bench sunglasses came up to £168 with lenses, after the deal went down to £135what a lot of ballz



You are choosing specialists lens not accepting the standard.
Great offer. Already purchased
technobot

You can either ask your opticians, and they are legally meant to provide … You can either ask your opticians, and they are legally meant to provide you with a written copy of your prescription free or you may already have been given it on your previous visit to your opticians.


However they are NOT obliged to give you the interpupilliary distance. They might, if you ask nicely. Something along the lines of "I know I've taken advantage of your heavily subsidised eye test and measured up all the glasses in your expensive high street premises, but I'm hoping to save a few quid by buying my glasses from an on-line retailer with no customer premises to pay for. Would you mind measuring the distance between my pupils for me?"
Don't be suprised if they tell you it's four feet six and a half inches.
Ordered some Converse ones. Hope they end up looking ok and actually fit my face! We'll see...
Could always try this:

http://www.trylive.com/demos/trylive-eyewear/pupil-distance

Seems to match within a mm of what I get with a ruler.
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