Last year a friend of ours found out that her daughter needed prescription glasses to help her read the projector slides at school. Not having insurance to cover the cost of her glasses resulted in the family putting off getting the child a pair. Several weeks down the line they mentioned they finally ordered her a pair through EyeBuyDirect, excited that they didn’t have to shell out too much on the glasses they’d been waiting to order.
Needless to say, their daughter was thrilled!
Here’s the neat thing about ordering from EyeBuyDirect:
1. Frames can cost as low as $6
2. You don’t have to worry about whether a frame would suit your face if you use the EyeTry tool.
When you select the frame you think may be the potential ‘one’, click on the “Try On” tab to upload a photograph of your face. The frame is then placed on your face and you can decide if you like the overall look or not. If not, choose the next frame and follow the same procedure.
3. Above and beyond the low costs of frames and lenses, you can apply coupon codes or capitalize on the deal of the week too.
4. If the frame does not suit the wearer or the prescription lens seems off, you can always return the same for a refund within 14 days of receipt or a replacement within 12 months.
Two months ago we spent close to $110 for a pair of prescription eyeglasses for my daughter. (Ouch!)
Through EyeBuyDirect we spent $55.95 (including shipping charges) for her second pair and yes these have blue cut coating on the Thin and Lite lenses to prevent a glare from electronic devices as well.
Looks like we’ll be shopping for prescription eyeglasses this way hereon out!