cheap glasses websites

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Found 22nd Aug 2017
HI

what glasses websites do you use apart form glasses direct to ge tyour cheap specs?

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bobdylan45 m ago

https://www.spex4less.com/


not bad mate, you buy from them a lot?

CHeapest mens comes in at around £20
Yeah I've had a couple of pairs from them, some Ralph Lauren ones which were £250+ in my local but cost around £100 from them
Has anyone bought varifocal glasses from any online sites. I'm a bit reluctant as the fitting has to be exact.

As an alternative I get mine from Asda where they have a fixed charge and you don't have to pay extra for thinning or varifocal etc.
I use Glasses Direct, glasses are ok and 2 pairs for about £100 with transitions and tints if you get the codes.
You can get 50% off frames at glasses direct, and a second pair free up to the same value, it's kind of hard to beat that.

glassesdirect.co.uk/off…gd/

sydney87127 m ago

Has anyone bought varifocal glasses from any online sites. I'm a bit …Has anyone bought varifocal glasses from any online sites. I'm a bit reluctant as the fitting has to be exact. As an alternative I get mine from Asda where they have a fixed charge and you don't have to pay extra for thinning or varifocal etc.



If you try the frames first it's no different getting varifocals.
Edited by: "4Real2016" 22nd Aug 2017
Got my two pair from Asda , great price and quality service
I used Amazon last time - but I only need +1 for close up monitors and reading.

Tried a few online sites after getting a prescription from Vision Express and they are rubbish, so can only assume
the prescription was wrong, especially when I can see very clearly with +1 glasses.


sydney87114 h, 34 m ago

Has anyone bought varifocal glasses from any online sites. I'm a bit …Has anyone bought varifocal glasses from any online sites. I'm a bit reluctant as the fitting has to be exact. As an alternative I get mine from Asda where they have a fixed charge and you don't have to pay extra for thinning or varifocal etc.


I did, wasted £100, the vision was very narrow so if I wanted to see something that wasn't directly in front of me I had to turn my head I couldn't just move my eyes! They were good at looking in the distance though.
Bigfootpete1 h, 17 m ago

I used Amazon last time - but I only need +1 for close up monitors and …I used Amazon last time - but I only need +1 for close up monitors and reading.Tried a few online sites after getting a prescription from Vision Express and they are rubbish, so can only assumethe prescription was wrong, especially when I can see very clearly with +1 glasses.I did, wasted £100, the vision was very narrow so if I wanted to see something that wasn't directly in front of me I had to turn my head I couldn't just move my eyes! They were good at looking in the distance though.



You can return them to vision express and they will fix them.
CoeK11 m ago

You can return them to vision express and they will fix them.


I bought the glasses from somewhere that wasn't charging the earth...(Specs-by-post)
Bigfootpete2 m ago

I bought the glasses from somewhere that wasn't charging the …I bought the glasses from somewhere that wasn't charging the earth...(Specs-by-post)



You pay for the service really not the glasses.
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on moneysavingexpert there was a blog post that said this website was the cheapest:#

goggles4u.com/

i got a promo email saying my first pair would be less than 10 dollars so £7ish?

will probably give them a go.

link to the moneysaving expert page that stated it was cheapest is below, has other websites too.

moneysavingexpert.com/fam…ses
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