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Slimline Reading Glasses @ Poundland £1.00 !!!
Slimline Reading Glasses @ Poundland £1.00 !!!

Slimline Reading Glasses @ Poundland £1.00 !!!

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Slimline glasses for men and women in assorted strengths. Choose from a selection of fashionable and traditional frames in different shapes to suit your face.

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Can never understand why people buy cheap glasses ... your eyesight is one of the main things to look after, so buying a pair of £1 glasses is madness IMO.

If you need glasses .. invest in a proper prescription pair (there's plenty of cheap prescription lenses / frames available out there).

Original Poster

These can be a handy temporary solution in an emergency, obviously not intended as a replacement.

cold turkey

they have been available at poundland for years now so not really a deal now

I'm wearing a pair of these now. They are good.
(Have they been voted hot or cold? Cant make it out.)

toonarmani

Can never understand why people buy cheap glasses ... your eyesight is … Can never understand why people buy cheap glasses ... your eyesight is one of the main things to look after, so buying a pair of £1 glasses is madness IMO.If you need glasses .. invest in a proper prescription pair (there's plenty of cheap prescription lenses / frames available out there).



They are only reading glasses. You only put them on for a few seconds a few times a day. Well worth it for £1.

Zuulan

They are only reading glasses. You only put them on for a few seconds a … They are only reading glasses. You only put them on for a few seconds a few times a day. Well worth it for £1.



If you are thinking of buying these glasses then test them out first. Try looking at a flat surface, like a book, and you will see a dreadful "pincushion" effect, due to poorly crafted lenses. OK for a minute or 2, hopeless for anything else.





edit: see report on ready to wear glassess here dailymail.co.uk/hea…tml
Edited by: "jsoap" 26th Apr 2011

My husband wears these all the time for work.They are ideal as he's a manual worker and constantly taking them on and off, dropping them or losing them. His prescription ones he wears at home and says he can't really tell the difference in the lenses. Obviously the quality isn't there but they are only magnifiers put into a frame and if they do the job whats the problem.
they have been a pound for a long time so ok not a new deal but for someone who didn't know, they do now
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