I wear glasses. I’ve been wearing glasses for as long as I can remember. I can’t image a time when I haven’t worn them. I even wear them swimming. I like to be able to see so I only take them off when I am sleeping or showering. I even have a pair of prescription sunglasses so that when I am driving my eyes are protected.
I am rather picky when it comes to my frames, I like a certain look and have a certain price range that I need to stay within so I’ve been lucky that I haven’t had to purchase new glasses in several years. My prescription hasn’t changed at all so when I was given the opportunity to review glasses purchase from GlassesShop.com I of course jumped at the chance.
The frames that I ended up choosing are “Lancaster – Red.”
Retail price of these frames is advertised at $149.75 but they are priced at only $29.95! Talk about a huge saving! My original glasses put my back about $300 when I ordered them and they took about 3 weeks to arrive.
The great thing about GlassesShop.com is their “Try on” feature. I was extremely happy to be able to use this feature to see which frames suited me best. I think I tried on about 15 different looks before I settled on “Lancaster – Red”
This is a photo of my original frames.
This is a photo of me wearing the Lancaster – Red frames.
Don’t I look so cute! I just love them. I stepped out of my comfort zone when deciding on which frames I should order and I’m so pleased with the outcome. I’ve been wearing these glasses for several days now and they are quite comfortable and light weight. They arrived packaged and wrapped in a protective cloth within the glasses case. If I ever need to purchase a new pair of frames I definitely will consider purchasing them online.
Would you like to receive some savings on glasses? I have a 20% off coupon code if you are interested. Just enter Erica20 at checkout and with your purchase you will receive 20% off your Vision lenses with FREE Anti-Scratch Coating and a FREE protective case & cloth. Keep in mind that shipping and handling fees may apply.
Keep in mind that if you are ordering frames from GlassesShop.com you will need to provide a copy of your prescription. Included on that prescription needs to be your pupillary distance or PD. The PD is the distance between your two pupils measured in millimeters (e.g. 60). Your PD is not always included in your eyeglass prescription, but it’s very helpful to have when making your eyeglasses to ensure that they fit you perfectly.
I did not receive any compensation for this product review. I did receive the frames, but all opinions are 100% my own.