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Old 11-05-2013, 10:33 PM   #51
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Haha.

I have the impression that wearing glasses with strings in 1995 was WAY WAY past the periodic trend.

I think... that the strings trend was around late 1980s to early 1990s.


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Old 11-05-2013, 10:50 PM   #52
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAA!!! You just won the thread, dude!

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time to put strings/laces around my frames
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wow cant believe my gf does this too & she also wears real glasses too
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bumping an old thread but have anyone order their glasses frame from clearly contacts and what's your experience?

Is time to get a new pair and clearly contacts seems really cheap on frames. I am not sure if I can get my lens local and have the shop install them on frames I got elsewhere. My eyesight are pretty bad so I need to use these special lens (not the cheap ones clearly contacts use) which cost over $300 just for the lens. Trying to save some money by getting a cheaper frame online.
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The frames are cheap, as in, they meet the bare minimum when it comes to quality and standards. I would go as far as to say that fit will be sub-par as well.

If you have expensive lenses, I would not pair them up with a set of cheap frames. On the other hand, some people just don't seem to care and live with what they have from Clearly Contacts (nothing wrong with that.)
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bumping an old thread but have anyone order their glasses frame from clearly contacts and what's your experience?

Is time to get a new pair and clearly contacts seems really cheap on frames. I am not sure if I can get my lens local and have the shop install them on frames I got elsewhere. My eyesight are pretty bad so I need to use these special lens (not the cheap ones clearly contacts use) which cost over $300 just for the lens. Trying to save some money by getting a cheaper frame online.
Clearly is pretty expensive now. I had a good experience with them when their offer was first frame was like $15 or something. They were shipped within the week and i loved the frames... They were my fave til i lost em.

Now i use ZenniOptical.. From the states. They have a whole selection of frames that are 6.95 USD w/ single vision lens included. My first order i got 4 pairs..incl shipping it was like $55USD. Shipped in about a week and a half and they included the cases and lens cleaner cloths. I recommended it to my boss at my old work and he has bifocals. He was able to get 2 pairs for about $220USD w bifocal lens. Still he said it was reasonable cuz normally 1 pair here would be $400+.
Maybe try Zenni and subtotal it and see if youd save some $?

I recommend ZenniOptical for any single vision people. Saves a ton of money!
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Thanks! I guess I have to for the frame at the shop then...
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^ to be honest, i order via aliexpress.

frame $12.50
prescriptive lens 12.50

air shipped to my taxes in 27.00 USD
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Most places are like that but unfortunately low priced lenses are only for like under 2.00 power. Being at 5.00,
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Maybe try Zenni and subtotal it and see if youd save some $?

I recommend ZenniOptical for any single vision people. Saves a ton of money!
I just priced out a pair for my mom, pretty decent pricing, plus since she's behind a computer all day I can get her the Blue UV blocking lens as well.

Did you have it shipped to a US parcel place, like 5D?


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