Two pairs of designer glasses from £48.55 all incl. with code @ Lensway
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Two pairs of designer glasses from £48.55 all incl. with code @ Lensway

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Found 9th Feb 2014
Glitch? 697 frames to choose from, starting at just £19 (77 frames: Joseph Marc and Love brand).
When you go through checkout and apply 2FOR69 code they will actually charge you less than £69, depending on which frames you choose from their 2for69 range. Hope this helps someone, cheers.

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Original Poster

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Hot deal. Thank you

dont forget TCB as well
Edited by: "halifax" 10th Feb 2014

Can anyone tell me how you get the Lenses. Do you not have to buy the frames where you get the Lenses or they wont sell you the Lenses

Original Poster

You just choose the lenses, power and other options, they don't ask for prescriptions.

My price coming up at £80.98 getting charged £69 plus two lots of £5.99 postage?

pablomalin

You just choose the lenses, power and other options, they don't ask for … You just choose the lenses, power and other options, they don't ask for prescriptions.

thanks for your answer, but have no idea what strength I would need. Sat on my only pair at Xmas. They have some nice frames.

Original Poster

nickster78

My price coming up at £80.98 getting charged £69 plus two lots of £5.99 po … My price coming up at £80.98 getting charged £69 plus two lots of £5.99 postage?

£45 was quoted when you choose 2x£19 frames as an example.

Original Poster

speedypunkiemac

thanks for your answer, but have no idea what strength I would need. Sat … thanks for your answer, but have no idea what strength I would need. Sat on my only pair at Xmas. They have some nice frames.

you should have gone to spec savers and booked free eye test

Banned

Designer? Unlikely.

More likely to be generic frames with a "designer" stamp on them.

Cold.

pablomalin

you should have gone to spec savers and booked free eye test

I not long spoke to them & they do 3 types of lenses. Not quite sure how accurate that would be. Will look in to it later.
Edited by: "speedypunkiemac" 10th Feb 2014

you can take your own frames into specsavers and they charge 39.99 to re glass them with your prescription, there are lens thinning options which are extra, if you get contacts with them you can have your own frames done for free instead of a free pair, I've just taken a pair of Raybans in to be done as they dont stock them.

guitargirl

you can take your own frames into specsavers and they charge 39.99 to re … you can take your own frames into specsavers and they charge 39.99 to re glass them with your prescription, there are lens thinning options which are extra, if you get contacts with them you can have your own frames done for free instead of a free pair, I've just taken a pair of Raybans in to be done as they dont stock them.

That's good to know, but sadly I broke the frame. Was going to do laser eye treatment. Did my homework & there can be some quite bad lasting effects. Put me right off... Luckily I did not act before thinking for once

Original Poster

Actually be careful with lensway, still waiting for glasses ordered on 17/01/14

pablomalin

Actually be careful with lensway, still waiting for glasses ordered on … Actually be careful with lensway, still waiting for glasses ordered on 17/01/14



have you called their CS regarding this? i just ordered on thursday and have a fedex tracking number for delivery on monday already.
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