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Two pairs of prescription glasses from just £15.50 + FREE delivery using code @ Glasses Direct
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Two pairs of prescription glasses from just £15.50 + FREE delivery using code @ Glasses Direct

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Posted 24th Oct 2019

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Cracking price for TWO pairs, basically you buy one get one FREE buy use code GLASSESOCT15.

They must be from the £49+ range, prices will then drop at basket when using the code.

Also FREE delivery will be applied.

*Note make sure you add both before appliying code*

You can pick - Vision, reading and computer type lenses for free.

Lens type - Can pick clear lenses for free also.


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2 for 1 on prescription glasses £49 or over
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Glasses direct are great! got quite a few of my pairs from there now even some prescription Rayban glasses under £100!!
I got mine at selectspecs, the anti-scratch and anti-glare coatings are as standard/free. Can't remember how much the blue light filter is as I'm short sighted (so don't wear specs for reading etc.). If you're not a fashionista, their budget specs start at £6, including prescription lenses and the coatings mentioned above. They even have a lab in the UK, so it's not coming from somewhere that you have to worry about customs. Again, the budget frames are basic af, but it's pretty reasonable for a proper prescription spec with anti-scratch & anti-glare. Free shipping over £49. I think I paid £3 or £4 shipping on my last £30 something order, so not too bad.

Glasses Direct shaft you pretty good on coatings. Yes, you don't have to select them, but do you want your lenses scratched and reflections everywhere? That's £12 alone there. Then if they're for computer use there's £20 for the blue light filter or "Digital Protection", then they're offering a lens protect+ for £20 again. I really liked some of the frames, but if I get the basic lens protections (glare & scratch) it's more than doubling the price already.

Rubs me the wrong way, but a lot do gouge on the coatings of all things.

Zenni is another to look at for nice frames at low prices. I was a little disappointed that my favourite frames from them got a scratch on the lens, when I didn't notice they'd been in the vicinity of anything capable of scratching, so I've somewhat lost faith in the anti-scratch they put on. Good frames tho and friends have had stylish designer frames they've loved there for rock bottom prices compared to others.

Anddd that is my experience with online specs!
Perfect, just had my free eye test from specsavers too!
Must say, although they're cheap, Glasses Direct glasses are some of the worst quality glasses I've ever ordered, although I do keep coming back because they're so cheap. I'm just saying I wouldn't pay much more for them than this.

They also don't cut the little plastic strip on rimless glasses properly, so that there's a bit sticking out. In practice this doesn't cause a problem but it's potentially a little dangerous given how close it is to your eyes.
Edited by: "supermann" 24th Oct 2019
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Glasses direct are great! got quite a few of my pairs from there now even some prescription Rayban glasses under £100!!
Perfect, just had my free eye test from specsavers too!
How longs offer on ? tia
snoopy1824/10/2019 16:16

How longs offer on ? tia


Hey, understand it's until monday night
Great company to deal with, have used the a lot
goonertillidie24/10/2019 16:17

Hey, understand it's until monday night



That`d be right, I have my eye test booked for Tuesday morning
Great Find Thank You
snoopy1824/10/2019 16:56

That`d be right, I have my eye test booked for Tuesday morning


Pretty sure you can order and provide prescription later
Do the glasses have to be the same frame or can they be different?
poor company glasses are no good anymore don't waste your money
My Optician refuses to put glass in frames not bought in the shop which is 10× the price online.
wiz124/10/2019 18:00

poor company glasses are no good anymore don't waste your money


What was problem? Poor quality frames or lenses not good? Or something else?
Great offer. Have used them before and recommend
sddyy24/10/2019 18:02

What was problem? Poor quality frames or lenses not good? Or something …What was problem? Poor quality frames or lenses not good? Or something else?



Lens fell out and glasses broke several times won’t order from them now
Am I right in thinking you did not include the mandatory £10 charge per pair for lenses (bronze)? This brings the price up to £35 for the two pairs.
Edited by: "booja" 24th Oct 2019
booja24/10/2019 18:10

Am I right in thinking you did not include the mandatory £10 charge per …Am I right in thinking you did not include the mandatory £10 charge per pair for lenses (bronze)? This brings the price up to £35 for the two pairs.


Scroll to bottom of that lense package page and press no thanks, no mandatory charges
120 quid for a 40 quid tops pair rimless ????


**** off
£49 and over yeah? I put two £99 pairs in and it’s over £80 with the code? Guessing I did something wrong?
Ordered two £49 glasses for the total of £15.50. Thanks very much for the offer.

Also, don't forget to press the free "donate" button at bottom left after checkout, all little helps!

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Must say, although they're cheap, Glasses Direct glasses are some of the worst quality glasses I've ever ordered, although I do keep coming back because they're so cheap. I'm just saying I wouldn't pay much more for them than this.

They also don't cut the little plastic strip on rimless glasses properly, so that there's a bit sticking out. In practice this doesn't cause a problem but it's potentially a little dangerous given how close it is to your eyes.
Edited by: "supermann" 24th Oct 2019
Do they do varifocals?
I thought I didn’t need glasses, but after trying to read that screenshot this offer may be handy
supermann24/10/2019 18:53

Must say, although they're cheap, Glasses Direct glasses are some of the …Must say, although they're cheap, Glasses Direct glasses are some of the worst quality glasses I've ever ordered, although I do keep coming back because they're so cheap. I'm just saying I wouldn't pay much more for them than this.They also don't cut the little plastic strip on rimless glasses properly, so that there's a bit sticking out. In practice this doesn't cause a problem but it's potentially a little dangerous given how close it is to your eyes.


They have also made prescriptions wrong and there is no way to tell !
meigangiselle.grattan24/10/2019 15:30

Glasses direct are great! got quite a few of my pairs from there now even …Glasses direct are great! got quite a few of my pairs from there now even some prescription Rayban glasses under £100!!


It's a mixed bag. They have made prescriptions wrong!
Quality control is poor
Ritss24/10/2019 19:52

It's a mixed bag. They have made prescriptions wrong! Quality control is …It's a mixed bag. They have made prescriptions wrong! Quality control is poor


Aww that’s such a shame i was so happy with mine!
Anyone got experience of the basic lenses? I use mine for computer work so worry about getting lots of reflection from the screen.
meigangiselle.grattan24/10/2019 19:52

Aww that’s such a shame i was so happy with mine!


Just be careful and thorough if you have issues.
The laws around glasses problems from online are grey compared to the high street
snoopy1824/10/2019 16:56

That`d be right, I have my eye test booked for Tuesday morning


I've not used this company before - but with a few others I have used you can send the prescription after ordering.
What a brilliant find.
I'm here purely for the profile photos of cute girls wearing glasses
Edited by: "sneakyduck" 24th Oct 2019
I got mine at selectspecs, the anti-scratch and anti-glare coatings are as standard/free. Can't remember how much the blue light filter is as I'm short sighted (so don't wear specs for reading etc.). If you're not a fashionista, their budget specs start at £6, including prescription lenses and the coatings mentioned above. They even have a lab in the UK, so it's not coming from somewhere that you have to worry about customs. Again, the budget frames are basic af, but it's pretty reasonable for a proper prescription spec with anti-scratch & anti-glare. Free shipping over £49. I think I paid £3 or £4 shipping on my last £30 something order, so not too bad.

Glasses Direct shaft you pretty good on coatings. Yes, you don't have to select them, but do you want your lenses scratched and reflections everywhere? That's £12 alone there. Then if they're for computer use there's £20 for the blue light filter or "Digital Protection", then they're offering a lens protect+ for £20 again. I really liked some of the frames, but if I get the basic lens protections (glare & scratch) it's more than doubling the price already.

Rubs me the wrong way, but a lot do gouge on the coatings of all things.

Zenni is another to look at for nice frames at low prices. I was a little disappointed that my favourite frames from them got a scratch on the lens, when I didn't notice they'd been in the vicinity of anything capable of scratching, so I've somewhat lost faith in the anti-scratch they put on. Good frames tho and friends have had stylish designer frames they've loved there for rock bottom prices compared to others.

Anddd that is my experience with online specs!
Makes you wonder how places like spec savers are still going.
Ordered/ Hot deal undoubtedly. Have used them before with no problem. £15 for two pairs of prescription reading glasses is a bargain.
Absolute bargain, it is always a bit annoying when they ring up to confirm the subscription but a small price to pay for the cracking value here.
wiz124/10/2019 18:03

Lens fell out and glasses broke several times won’t order from them now


Thats unlucky. I've had 4 pairs from them now and no issues at all. Had to return them once due to confusion by me on the prescription but they always put them right with no issue and free of charge.
I love Glasses Direct, used them many times, thin lenses, sometimes transitions, much cheaper than high street, but really good quality Essilor lenses, as good as my few pairs with the Zeiss lenses.
My main pairs of glasses are from Glasses Direct (in fact I'm wearing a pair as a type this) they are considerably better quality than Specsavers ones and around half the price. The last time I had my eyes tested at Specsavers I showed the optician the GD ones, and they were amazed at the quality of the frames for the price.
I used specky4eyes once. Two pairs with basic lenses for £10 plus £4-£5 postage.
Delivery took almost a month.
Tempted to try Glasses Direct. Any idea how long they take for delivery? Not that we can moan much at that price
Very hot...
TeddyB24/10/2019 18:00

My Optician refuses to put glass in frames not bought in the shop which is …My Optician refuses to put glass in frames not bought in the shop which is 10× the price online.


Change opticians then no point going to a rip off place.
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