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Finding and purchasing a great pair of eyeglasses
at an affordable price is a process that both Jackline and I know very well.
Both of us need and wear prescription eyeglasses, and finding the perfect pair
in the style, brand, shape and color we want can get very costly especially if
you don’t have insurance to cover the cost.
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Today’s post is in collaboration with Eyeglass Discounter, a family owned and operated business that has been around since
1982 offering discounter eyewear. Their online website offers a great selection of quality prescription eyewear, designer frames and well-known brands for contact lenses. Eyeglass Discounter carries both men and women’s eyewear with popular brands such as
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are also available if you want a fresh new accessory.
They offer a variety of trendy glasses in various styles including: geek
and chic, retro, lightweight, sporty and classic
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Are you looking for the perfect eyeglasses for you?
Here are four things to consider when purchasing eyeglasses
- Choose materials wisely. Some
frames are simply made of plastic while others are metal or a mix. A durable
and flexible option would be titanium so be sure to ask for more information
- If you are going to be wearing
them for longer periods of time, ensure that your eye wear is also lightweight.
Heavy frames can cause headaches as they are being supported by the bridge of
your nose, temples and top of the ears.
- Your face shape will
help determine which styles suit you best.
- Online retailers offer
competitive prices so do not be afraid to check them out. Be sure to read the
fine print when it comes to returns and exchanges. Find an online store that is
reliable, easy to navigate, offers you a wide selection, and has exceptional
feedback/ ratings from previous customers.
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Hope the post was informative
Do you wear eyeglasses? What are some of your tips in purchasing eyeglasses?
Until Next Time,
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Lovely post dear..I found this really informative especially because I am shortsighted and never seem to find the perfect glasses for me. On the other hand, I was thinking of getting contact lenses but I don't know which is better.. Which do u think is better pls?Sophsinspirations.blogspot.com
Hi Sophie! So both Jackie and I actually wear prescription glasses so we can personally relate to this post. I find that with contact lens I am too lazy to take them off and tend to fall asleep with them. This leads to dry eyes the next morning so I do prefer to have both. I can wear contacts on those days I want to look made up and spend the rest in my comfortable and reliable glasses. Another point for me is that contact lenses have higher risk of infections if you do not keep them clean and wear them beyond their recommended date. With glasses you are guaranteed 2 years use without have to replace them weekly, monthly etc. So I would suggest that you get a pair of glasses and keep a box or 2 of lenses for those special days. Hope this helps :)Shubila
This is actually super helpful. I'm supposed to wear glasses, but I don't. It's actually time for me to get a new prescription so I'll definitely use this for reference when getting new glasses (and maybe then I'll actually wear them lol). I love the first pair by the way. I love anything gold. – culturedmisprint.blogspot.com
Hi AiseGlad you found this useful. Please share a picture with us when you get your next pair 🙂
I am glad that you've found a pair of glasses that suit your eye condition the most. And while it’s also good to consider the aesthetic value of wearing them, people should rank function and convenience above all else. I’d go for a plain and lightweight frame over a chic but bulk one, any day. Haha! Anyway, thanks for sharing your thoughts on the matter. Cheers!Doris Gibbs @ Moody Eyes
Thanks for your tips about choosing eyeglasses. You make a great point about how they will be a part of your overall style, and you want to choose them wisely. I also like your point about how you mention considering the material your glasses and frames are made of. I am pretty active, so I made sure that my frames were metallic. This way I don't have to worry as much about my frames breaking while running or cycling. Thanks for your post. http://www.angleeyecenter.com/services.html