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Goggles4U.com is offering select Prescription Eyeglasses on sale w/ prices starting from $1 after $5.95 off discount code SLICKDEALS1 (apply in cart). Shipping starts at $5.95. Thanks Major_Gatsby
Note, select any $6.95 frame w/ 1.57 CR Single Vision Uncoated Lenses for the $1 price. Strong RX charges may apply.

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  • Full UV Protection
  • Anti-Scartch Coating
  • 1.57 CR Single Vision Lenses
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Goggles4u Eyeglasses [goggles4u.com] has Prescription Eyeglasses on sale w/ prices starting from $1 plus shipping with code SLICKDEALS1
Offer includes any $6.95 frame with 1.57 CR Standard Single Vision Lenses with Full UV Protection and Scratch Resistance.

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Last Edited by JosephD03 October 9, 2017 at 09:17 PM
Not sure how it becomes a slickdeal. They frequently have one code or another. Using code BOGO gives you 2 pairs for 12.90

Credit to Brentox: Using the DN50 deal does make buying 3 pairs of glasses cheaper. Comes out to $23 for all 3. However, a single pair of glasses using code DN50 would come out to $11.42 rather than $10.95 with the SD posted here. So if you plan to buy more than on the DN50 code is a better deal.

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For 2 pairs, DN50 was the better deal: $11.90 for 2 vs $17 with the SD one.

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If by spending a little more you mean spending 15x as much, then sure.
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my daughter has astigmatism. doc gave me a prescription and i came onto their website to order. they didn't have the right PD on their drop-down menu... so i opened up a chat and spoke with their csr. csr said to order first and then send them an email and they would manually override the PD. i was nervous.. so i ordered the cheapest pair i could find. it came and my daughter said it was great. So then i came back and ordered one with all the bells and whistles, transitions, scratch resistant, etc. Have been going to them for a few years now. I have no complaints.

edit: one more thing, the glasses felt a bit big at the time as in it kept sliding down past my kid's nose (she was 6). so i took a heat gun and bent the plastic that goes around the ear to come down and inwards. doesn't fall off my kid's face anymore or make her look like a librarian. i'm sure a hairdryer would do the same trick.
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Not many frame styles to choose from. It would be cool too if they listed glasses by certain ranges too. Like have a drop down box: "These glasses have an eye width of 50-55mm", "These glasses have an eye width of 45-50mm", etc. Instead of having to click each eye glass and figure out its specifications.
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Not many frame styles to choose from. It would be cool too if they listed glasses by certain ranges too. Like have a drop down box: "These glasses have an eye width of 50-55mm", "These glasses have an eye width of 45-50mm", etc. Instead of having to click each eye glass and figure out its specifications.
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Not many frame styles to choose from. It would be cool too if they listed glasses by certain ranges too. Like have a drop down box: "These glasses have an eye width of 50-55mm", "These glasses have an eye width of 45-50mm", etc. Instead of having to click each eye glass and figure out its specifications.
You can filter for sizes (small, extra large, etc.) Then open each pair you're interested in in a separate tab, and tab thru them. Nohow as convenient as a drop down window, but better than just random.
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Thanks, got the WAYFARER model $7.58 shipped to Cali
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Not many frame styles to choose from. It would be cool too if they listed glasses by certain ranges too. Like have a drop down box: "These glasses have an eye width of 50-55mm", "These glasses have an eye width of 45-50mm", etc. Instead of having to click each eye glass and figure out its specifications.
You can filter for sizes (small, extra large, etc.) Then open each pair you're interested in in a separate tab, and tab thru them. Nohow as convenient as a drop down window, but better than just random.
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I have two pairs of glasses and a pair of tinted sunglasses from this site. I love them. They cost me a total of around 30 bucks shipped for all three pairs. My favorite part is the peace of mind of not having to worry about losing them or breaking them. Worst case I'm out 10 bucks.. I prefer them over the 300 Oakley in the drawer I haven't worn since discovering goggles4u. If nothing else it's worth it to have a pair at the office or in the car for backup.
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My wife and I ordered glasses from them. She got sunglasses and I got blue light blocking ones. Both frames felt a little flimsy, but nothing terrible. My wife likes the sunglasses, but the coating on the blue light blocking glasses started coming off within the first 2 months. Now the glasses aren't wearable, and I switched back to my old ones.

Not the best of deals. You are better off spending a little more and getting glasses that will last longer
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I've seen this deal floating around on here for years but have never tried them.

How are they compared to Zenni in terms of quality?
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My wife and I ordered glasses from them. She got sunglasses and I got blue light blocking ones. Both frames felt a little flimsy, but nothing terrible. My wife likes the sunglasses, but the coating on the blue light blocking glasses started coming off within the first 2 months. Now the glasses aren't wearable, and I switched back to my old ones.

Not the best of deals. You are better off spending a little more and getting glasses that will last longer
If by spending a little more you mean spending 15x as much, then sure.
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It seems to only work on one pair. Any other transaction it is $11.90.
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I'm wearing a pair of $9 glasses from this company right now...six years old and still going strong! Is it me or has their selection shrunk quite a little bit?
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my daughter has astigmatism. doc gave me a prescription and i came onto their website to order. they didn't have the right PD on their drop-down menu... so i opened up a chat and spoke with their csr. csr said to order first and then send them an email and they would manually override the PD. i was nervous.. so i ordered the cheapest pair i could find. it came and my daughter said it was great. So then i came back and ordered one with all the bells and whistles, transitions, scratch resistant, etc. Have been going to them for a few years now. I have no complaints.

edit: one more thing, the glasses felt a bit big at the time as in it kept sliding down past my kid's nose (she was 6). so i took a heat gun and bent the plastic that goes around the ear to come down and inwards. doesn't fall off my kid's face anymore or make her look like a librarian. i'm sure a hairdryer would do the same trick.
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cheap frames are fine, but my lenses were not perfect, so beware.
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