Not literally, but hey whatever makes you happy, right?
We’ve reduced our prices on rimless eyewear throughout the store. Get a complete pair of stainless steel drilled rimless frames, single vision polycarbonate lenses with polished edges, and a 1 year warranty on both frames and lenses for just $149.95. Choose from dozens of frames and hundreds of lens shape options.
We’ve been searching far and away for the most colorful frames the past few months. Stop in and see what we’ve accumulated, from bright pink, to crystal clear, to lime green and even striped multicolored frames.
Here are a just a few of the styles we’ve come across.
You clean out your garage, your yard, and other things during this time of year, but what about your eyeglasses? Sweat and dead skin can build up on your glasses over time leading to crud in the grooves and green or discolored nose pads.
Bring your glasses in for a spring tune up.
We’ll tighten your screws, clean your lenses, and replace your nose-pads if necessary.
Yes, that’s even cheaper than buying them online, go check for yourself. For Vera Wang and Vera Bradley closeout frames stop in to our Bethel Rd. store and get them while you can. At our 161 store you can find many other styles including Apple Bottoms, Jhanes Barnes, a limited selection of Prada and Dolce & Gabanna among many others. The styles are always changing as selection becomes available so check back often for new products and new lines.
How many hours a day do you find yourself in front of your computer screen? These days it’s common to spend 8-10 hours in front of a screen which causes unnecessary stress on your eyes. Here are a few tips to help you prevent Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS).
Find your sweet spot - Our eyes naturally look out and downward. To accommodate this, position your computer monitor so the center of your screen is a few inches below eye level, and 20 to 28 inches from your eyes. If you wear progressives, having the screen a little below eye level will help relieve that neck pain.
Adjust your lighting - Give yourself ample lighting, but position your computer screen and your light sources to avoid glare.
Use anti-glare screens - An anti-glare filter that fits over your screen can help reduce glare when you have little or no control over your surrounding light sources.
Take breaks and blink frequently - To prevent eye strain, rest your eyes for 15 minutes every two hours, and allow your eyes to refocus by looking around the room every 20 minutes. Blinking keeps your eyes moist and lowers your chances for dry eyes.
Wear proper eyewear - Be sure to have an Anti-Reflective coating on your prescription eyeglasses to reduce glare and alleviate eye strain. If you wear bifocals, consider higher end progressives with wider intermediate ranges for that computer distance. Single Vision glasses made specifically for that computer range may also be a solution, making your computer screen clear throughout the whole lens.
Now is your chance to get your hands on a premium designer frame for cheap. We’ve been flooded with offers we couldn’t refuse from our frame reps this year so stop in and see how much you could save. Starting at $65, these designers will give you that luxury look without the typical designer price tag.
Did you know that at our 161 location we can often time make your Single Vision lenses in about an hour? We carry a wide selection of prescriptions in plastic and polycarbonate materials so we can make them for you on the spot. On the off chance we don’t have your lenses in stock, we can typically have them overnighted to us from our lab.
Start your new year off right with a new pair of Ray Ban frames. We worked with our rep’s to get a new lower price on Ray Ban ophthalmic frames. Starting at $120.00, you’ll be sure to find that cool new style you’ve been looking for. The newest Ray Ban’s come in a variety of sizes and colors to choose from.