dealsprescription eyeglasses with uv anti-reflective…

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My $5 glasses quickly became $75 glasses; took 7 weeks for delivery from Thailand; lenses were cloudy. Don't get these if you have more than a simple prescription or if you are in a hurry.

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Good luck finding any that are actually $4.95. Even frames marked $0.00 require $2.00 for the cheapest lens and $4.95 for the cheapest coating, before lots of other add ons and shipping.

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I don't know why these guys are having such a hard time finding the $5 glasses. The cheapest lenses are $2, but the "DealWoot" coupon code offsets this. Leaving the only charge being the $4.95 coating & $4.95 shipping, as listed. I didn't see any other add ons or extra fees or anything. Granted, almost nobody is going to want the cheapest lenses, but at $25 for transition style lenses, it's still a pretty great deal. I can't speak to the shipping time or quality of the glasses, but for the price, it's tough to beat.

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I haven't had my glasses yet. I ordered them on 06 August. They stayed in "processing" status for about a week and a half. Then they went to "production" status. I contacted support to get a shipping estimate and was told "3-4 days". Five days later, I checked again. Got the same support Agent. I told her I'd spoken with her before, been told 3-4 days, it was now five days later. She told me it would be "3-4 days" before they shipped, since they were now in production. Not helpful.

They appear, now, to have been shipped. I spent about $40, but that was for coated, progressive (no-line bifocal) lenses. We'll see what comes. A bit disappointed, really, in their time frames and customer service.

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I've had the opposite experience with Goggles4U. I've ordered from there three times so far, and two out of three times have received good, perfectly done glasses within a good time frame. The third time there was an issue with longer ship time, due to a delay with the processing. I talked to them repeatedly and they worked hard to fix the issue, including sending me a free pair of my choice on their dime. It did require talking to them twice, though.

Keep in mind my glasses are a simple distance prescription, although I added transitions, clear coating, etc. I don't know how they would work out for bifocals or anything more complicated.