Superdry glasses for £15 / £19.99 delivered @ SpeckyFourEyes (£4.99 del)
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Superdry glasses for £15 / £19.99 delivered @ SpeckyFourEyes (£4.99 del)

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Found 25th Jan
You can get Superdry glasses for £15 (norm £99) and Superdry prescription sunnies for £25 (norm £109) if you enter the code SUPERDUPER2018 at glasses retailer SpeckyFourEyes by 11.59pm on Wed 31 Jan.

Delivery is £4.99
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I don't know about this offer but they usual state 10-30 working days to complete orders. If OP could let us know that would be great.

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if you have a web cam you can use this website trylive i used it last time round when speckyfoureyes had a superdry deal.
it worked a charm
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Got some on similar deal just before Xmas, fantastic glasses for money
How do I get the lenses for these, I have previously got my reading glasses from specsavers, sorry if I'm a bit dumb.
marcus_fay22 m ago

How do I get the lenses for these, I have previously got my reading …How do I get the lenses for these, I have previously got my reading glasses from specsavers, sorry if I'm a bit dumb.



Free prescription lenses are included. In the checkout fill out your prescription strengths and you are good to go.
Thanks :-)
Just ordered; very easy as prescription already logged. Once you have your PD it's so simple. Hard part is getting PD as opticians are not required to put it on prescription.
Tried something similar recently, had eyes retested and Vision Express were asking absurd amounts of money for new frames. Bought some from spex4less in sale, same designer brand I usually go for, the dimensions of frames were identical to my existing pair yet on arrival the frames wouldn’t go anywhere near my ears, couldn’t fault spex4less service though and they were happy to reimburse. Have since took a chance and bought 3 other set of frames (only) elsewhere, 2 from the 3 fit, just now need to get them reglazed. Anyone know where is best for reglazing online? I think this is part of the problem with ordering something such as day to day glasses online, everything needs to be right.
Specky four eyes 🤣
Edited by: "MattKeogh" 25th Jan
So that you can look like a chav, literally
Nice deal
One thing you can't look like if you wear glasses is a 'Chav'. That is unless the arms are held on with fabric Elastoplast like yours.
I've been waiting since 11/1 for mine. Delivery takes time. Hope they're good.
It takes time, especially the ones bought on offer. Over a month normally from my experience
Trouble with ordering specs online is you just don't really know if they are going to fit, be comfortable & suit you. Plus it is a dangerous game if you want varifocals as the measurements have to be spot on.
You should have a copy of your eye test by law and then you put this into the prescription section and your good to go. I have ordered mine and got within two weeks. They give good descriptions of the sizes of the glasses. I know it's a bit of a chance in the sense of not able to try. However I tried a few different shapes and types then ordered from SpeckyFourEyes. I got two pairs for a fraction of the cost at my local spec savers.....
Just ordered a pair. Thanks for the heads up!
never had a PD measurement on any of my prescriptions in the past
if you have a web cam you can use this website trylive i used it last time round when speckyfoureyes had a superdry deal.
it worked a charm
thanks
Kulaak2 h, 53 m ago

Trouble with ordering specs online is you just don't really know if they …Trouble with ordering specs online is you just don't really know if they are going to fit, be comfortable & suit you. Plus it is a dangerous game if you want varifocals as the measurements have to be spot on.


I had 2 superdry specs from them over a year ago and both fit great. Waiting for my 3rd now from the deal advertised about 2 weeks ago.

Had they not fit i would have walked into a specsavers and told them i bought them from a store of theirs and they're feeling a bit off can you adjust them. They may have asked for a small fee to adjust them but I also believe they sometimes adjust for nothing if its simple and can be done in a matter of minutes - but as I say in my experience theyve fitted great.

Put into context the problem you talk of is nothing when you consider the absolutely amazing price they are sold for by speccy4eyes compared to the price the exact same make are sold for in specsavers/vision express.
Edited by: "RichHuish" 25th Jan
73greystoke6 h, 28 m ago

Just ordered; very easy as prescription already logged. Once you have your …Just ordered; very easy as prescription already logged. Once you have your PD it's so simple. Hard part is getting PD as opticians are not required to put it on prescription.


What does PD mean please?
"Pupillary Distance (PD) ... PD, or pupillary distance, refers to the distance in millimeters between the center of one pupil to the center of the other. Having a correct PD on yourglasses prescription insures that you are looking through the ideal spot in your lenses."

Google is our friend.
Oh, these only seem to be available for prescription, I can't see how you order them for just reading glasses, I only need +1's
I ordered these two weeks ago and they arrived very quickly. I would say about 10 days in total
I can never find any frames my size apart from the Specsavers Teen section. Whenever I enquire about smaller sizes, I'm always directed to the BMX glasses in the kids section. FFS I'm a 30yo MAN!
justabout7213 h, 54 m ago

if you have a web cam you can use this website trylive i used it last time …if you have a web cam you can use this website trylive i used it last time round when speckyfoureyes had a superdry deal.it worked a charm


I used something very similar a while back, probably the same site, using my webcam and a credit card to get my IPD to setup my Vive headset. The next time I went to the opticians I asked them for my PD, and it was exactly the same as what the web tool gave me.
Edited by: "Puppeh" 26th Jan
Exactly the same glasses they have been selling at more or less this price for the last two or three years. I've said this before and I'll say this again.

IT'S NOT A DEAL, IT'S THE NORMAL PRICE. They were even selling them at £9.99 a few weeks ago.

That said, they are nice glasses and certainly good value for money plus SpeckyFourEyes are an OK company to buy from.
Just a reminder, you need to add £20 to the price for antireflective coating, which is a must.
Bigfootpete11 h, 9 m ago

Oh, these only seem to be available for prescription, I can't see how you …Oh, these only seem to be available for prescription, I can't see how you order them for just reading glasses, I only need +1's


Go to poundland & get a pair for ......... yep £1
Begize6 h, 17 m ago

Exactly the same glasses they have been selling at more or less this price …Exactly the same glasses they have been selling at more or less this price for the last two or three years. I've said this before and I'll say this again.IT'S NOT A DEAL, IT'S THE NORMAL PRICE. They were even selling them at £9.99 a few weeks ago.That said, they are nice glasses and certainly good value for money plus SpeckyFourEyes are an OK company to buy from.


They aren't £20 or £10 on average they are reduced for short blasts at a time, but you certainly aren't right that they are this price (£15) normally - Superdry glasses are stocked in major high street retailers at ~£100.
RichHuish4 h, 27 m ago

They aren't £20 or £10 on average they are reduced for short blasts at a t …They aren't £20 or £10 on average they are reduced for short blasts at a time, but you certainly aren't right that they are this price (£15) normally - Superdry glasses are stocked in major high street retailers at ~£100.


Sorry but I don't understand your point, I think you may have mistyped something?

They've been around the same price at SpecyFourEyes for a few years. I'm virtually certain that they have never sold them at the full listed price unless people have forgotten to type in a code. You only need to use the search on here to see they were charging £15 back in December 2016 for example and appear to have been around £25 - £30 at their highest price before that, roughly two years ago.

I'm not saying that they're not on sale elsewhere for more, I have no idea if they are or not. I'm saying that them being sold at £15 is not really a deal when it's the established price from that seller.

S4E do this with other "designer" frames - list them at full price then have a more or less constant stream of voucher codes, sales, offers etc to bring the prices down to the same level.
Begize14 h, 13 m ago

Sorry but I don't understand your point, I think you may have mistyped …Sorry but I don't understand your point, I think you may have mistyped something?They've been around the same price at SpecyFourEyes for a few years. I'm virtually certain that they have never sold them at the full listed price unless people have forgotten to type in a code. You only need to use the search on here to see they were charging £15 back in December 2016 for example and appear to have been around £25 - £30 at their highest price before that, roughly two years ago.I'm not saying that they're not on sale elsewhere for more, I have no idea if they are or not. I'm saying that them being sold at £15 is not really a deal when it's the established price from that seller. S4E do this with other "designer" frames - list them at full price then have a more or less constant stream of voucher codes, sales, offers etc to bring the prices down to the same level.


If something is priced for the majority of the year at x then offered on sale for a few days on a few occasions at hugely lower price the "normal price" isn't the lower price. That's fairly simple to understand right?

As for virtually certain they have never sold them at the full listed price - I am certain they have, not virtually.
Edited by: "RichHuish" 27th Jan
RichHuish8 m ago

If something is priced for the majority of the year at x then offered on …If something is priced for the majority of the year at x then offered on sale for a few days on a few occasions at hugely lower price the "normal price" isn't the lower price. That's fairly simple to understand right?As for virtually certain they have never sold them at the full listed price - I am certain they have, not virtually.


Not only that you are allegeding they are breaking the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.
RichHuish9 h, 24 m ago

Not only that you are allegeding they are breaking the Consumer Protection …Not only that you are allegeding they are breaking the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.



But there's their little trick - they are on sale at the full price all the time if you choose to not type in the codes they helpfully provide. If you look right now, they are £99 and, as far as I can tell, always have been ever since they first started stocking them 3 years or so ago (I use S4E myself and have looked at these particular SuperDry frames several times). Over the same period of time, they've had a constant stream of offers and codes to bring the price down to what they really plan to sell them for and if someone pays full price, it's a bonus.

If anything, it's the opposite of what you say - they occasionally don't have an offer on and people may buy at full price, but the rest of the time, they are discounted in some way that doesn't break the law.

I suppose you can liken it to the supermarkets policies of price establishment on stuff like strawberries. Sell them for an inflated price of £3 a pack for a couple of weeks, then rotate offers of them being £1.50, BOGOF, 2 for £3 etc. All the time, they know the price they want to sell at is £1.50.

It's S4E stock trade and hence why they pop up on here and other sites like MSE every few weeks or so. Currently it's SuperDry frames, a few years ago it was Bench. I'd imagine they buy up clearance stocks of frames cheap and aim to sell at this discounted price point normally.
Edited by: "Begize" 27th Jan
Kulaak26th Jan

Go to poundland & get a pair for ......... yep £1


Have you seen the glasses they sell at poundland? Something Hilda Ogden would wear...
Bigfootpete1 h, 19 m ago

Have you seen the glasses they sell at poundland? Something Hilda Ogden …Have you seen the glasses they sell at poundland? Something Hilda Ogden would wear...


I bought a pair myself just to see they provided improvement for my reading of small text. Okay they are not the first thing in style but for a pound to do some reading you can't beat them (as along as you have no complex reading prescription).
Just ordered some sunnies - got 5.25% back with topcashback too.
Not Yet dispatched !!! ordered on 25th/Jan and today 12th/Feb the order status is still 'Personalising Lenses', is it normal ?
xavierzzz1 h, 37 m ago

Not Yet dispatched !!! ordered on 25th/Jan and today 12th/Feb the order …Not Yet dispatched !!! ordered on 25th/Jan and today 12th/Feb the order status is still 'Personalising Lenses', is it normal ?

Same for me seems awfully slow
Yep mine are yet to dispatch as well... it does state on the order email that they try to dispatch within 3-30 days... assuming that is working days only (Mon-Fri) then potentially if you ordered on the 25/01/18 you might not actually receive your glasses until the end of March...
jbo8212th Feb

Same for me seems awfully slow



dreamsofubuntu13th Feb

Yep mine are yet to dispatch as well... it does state on the order email …Yep mine are yet to dispatch as well... it does state on the order email that they try to dispatch within 3-30 days... assuming that is working days only (Mon-Fri) then potentially if you ordered on the 25/01/18 you might not actually receive your glasses until the end of March...


I messaged their customer service but they never replied, I will not buy from them again.
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