I can see clearly now with my GlassesShop.com glasses!

I love glasses.

Well, I didn’t really love them for a long time, but when my eyes started to change and I wasn’t able to wear my contacts as much as I had in the past, I was left with no other choice but to wear my glasses. My insurance only covers a certain dollar amount every two years! That means, that I can only get one pair of frames with my insurance after the cost of my lenses are factored in. Yes, I have horrible eyesight. I was asked to test and review a website and product from GlassesShop.com.

 

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GlassesShop.com offers customers cheap glasses and when you’re on a budget, that’s exactly what you’re looking for…am I right?  So I was on the hunt to find the perfect pair of prescription eyeglasses.  I popped onto their website and started my search.  The feature I enjoyed most was the interactive test of the glasses.  I was able to take a photo of myself right then and there and test each pair of glasses that I was interested in.  I narrowed it down to three pairs and had to call my daughter in for her opinion.  Together we thought that the BowlingGreen Rectangle glasses in Black/Blue were the ones for me.  

 

I had to provide my RX and pupillary distance (PD) and then patiently waited for my glasses.  It took about 10 days to receive and I was very pleased when I received my package.  It included a hard case, cleaning cloth and my glasses.  I was more so excited to try them on and see if I could actually see out of them.  I put them on and since I’m not used to a bigger framed pair of glasses it did take some time to get used to but after a couple hours of wear, I was totally digging my new glasses!  They are super light-weight considering the thickness of my lenses.  They are stylish and fit like a glove!  Much better than I thought.  And, I received several compliments on my new prescription eyeglasses!  Don’t I look adorable????

 

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I was very impressed with the huge selection of eyeglasses and polarized sunglasses.  The use of the website was extremely easy to navigate through and again, using the “Tryon” feature was a plus!  I’m always afraid of what the glasses will actually look like on me and with this one feature, I was fairly confident with my choice.  Of course, you can’t go wrong with the cost either!  That too us a huge plus in my book!  I’ll definitely be back for more..especially since I have a teenager who loves to change her glasses with the seasons!  Using the code PhyllisX20 when ordering will give you 20% off when you make a purchase on their website.

 

As if that weren’t enough, for a limited time, they are now offering a First Pair of Glasses Free so all new customers can have a pair of free glasses {shipping and handling not included}.  You can select from optical and sunglasses too, so skies the limit!

 

I hope you enjoy your eyeglasses from GlassesShop.com as much as I do!

 

 

 

*disclosure – I did receive a free pair of glasses that were used to facilitate this review.  All thoughts and opinions however are mine and mine alone.

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4 thoughts on “I can see clearly now with my GlassesShop.com glasses!

    1. I was hesitating because I usually wear small frames but this time I stepped outside my box and got the bigger frames and love them. I then looked at old photos from my teens and I was wearing a pair very similar. What comes around goes around…again…

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