dealsbuy 1-get 1 free - high quality rx eyeglasses

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Anyone have an experience with this company? I know some online eye-ware deals have a history of complaints due to long wait times.

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Have never bought from them, but a friend has, and had no issues. They have pretty much the same reputation as all of the online direct eyeglasses people have.... if you get your glasses and you love them, they're fine. If you have to return or if there's a problem, customer service is TERRIBLE. A quick search online will show the same complaints for all the cheap online eyewear places. That said, given the price of glasses, it's often worth taking the risk.

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I have used them, and even did an exchange through them. It was all pretty quick and fairly painless. The only weird part was when I was emailing back and forth about the exchange, several different employees answered instead of everything going through one person. I had to explain the same thing multiple times.

The waits were standard, so it wasn't bad at all. The glasses are pretty inexpensive in quality, but that kinda makes sense since they are cheap as hell anyway.

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Just a heads up if you have a high strength prescription, these will be much more expensive than advertized as they will not allow the use of low-index lenses.

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Avoid this company. I bought a pair of prescription sunglasses, and they came with the completely wrong prescription. I've used the same prescription elsewhere and it was fine, but they screwed it up somehow.

Problem is, when I contacted their customer service, they rudely told me that "it's clearly stated" that they don't do returns for sunglasses. It's hidden away in the fine print of their "100% satisfaction guaranteed" return policy. I was then hung up on.

If you want to throw $40 in the garbage, might as well skip the middleman and head to the ATM.

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Thank you for input everyone. My script is very light and fairly straight forward. I am just in need of a scripted reader and an extra pair of driving glasses to keep in the car. My expense is $15 + $9(x2) for polys for a total cost $33 plus ship and tax. When I was lurking on their web site I came across a popup that offered 15% off using coupon code tryus, I have no idea if that will work just, but it may be worth a try.

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I've ordered several pairs from this company for myself, my daughter and the former "mrque" and never had any problems or complaints. actually, I need to order more for the daughter so she'll have some fresh pairs and extra pairs for going away to school in the fall. deal seems right on time to me

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I got 4 pairs from them a couple of years ago. Two were standard Rx with clip-on polarized sunglasses for driving, other two were no-line progressives for everyday use. I like the clip-on sunglasses a lot, but the progressives never worked very well as compared to pairs that my local shop made. I think that the progressive area was cut "too low" on the lens, which can't really be addressed while ordering since all one has for inputting spacial data is the pupil distance.

I would not hesitate to order standard vision lenses from them again, but for bifocal/progressive, I'm prone to have both vertical and horizontal centering measured in a shop and marked for the exact frames I'm purchasing.

I do note that this deal is actually just BOGO on the FRAMES, you have to pay for all of the lenses.