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Both my fiancé and I wear glasses. I’ve worn them since I was three years old, and my fiancé has worn them since he was a teenager. We both have recently discovered online stores which sell glasses, and often sell them for far cheaper than at the eye doctor. Eyeglass Factory Outlet has a wide range of eyeglasses for great prices. They have a frame for just about anyone, and each frame comes with free single vision lenses.

I received the following pair of eyeglasses from Eyeglass Factory Outlet to review:
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I received the Soho 73 Black & Crystal eyeglasses for my fiancé.

These eyeglasses come with a case, scratch resistant coating, and microfiber cleaning cloth. If you don’t have too strong of a prescription, like my fiancé, then the lenses come free of charge. These frames are only $34.50, so that’s a really great deal!

My fiancé really liked these frames. They’re plastic, which means they do not have the rubber nose piece that can be very bothersome, and leave imprints on the face. They’re very comfortable, and really stylish. These type of frames are great on many different faces, and quite flattering. They’re also very sturdy. Since they’re black, they go great with just about any outfit too, so he can wear these every day. My fiancé has a few other pairs of glasses, but these ones quickly became his favorite.

Here’s a picture of the glasses on my fiancé:
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The glasses are very easy to order online. All you need is your prescription. You can get your prescription from your eye doctor. They are required by law to give you your prescription, so it’s very easy to just walk in and ask for it. Most prescriptions are good for two years. All you do is enter the information from your prescription on the form on the website. It’s very easy!

If you’re looking for some glasses at great prices you should definitely check out Eyeglass Factory Outlet. You can surely find a pair for you, and save a lot of money!

Buy it: You can buy the pair of glasses seen here or many more at the Eyeglass Factory Outlet Website.

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Micaela

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  • Jessica

    Those do look really sturdy! They don’t look too big or awkward on the face though, which is a plus.

  • I like that today you can get eyeglass frames for so much less than you had to pay a few years ago. My frames and lenses together never cost less than $300 and that is with insurance. I’m not insulted when I have to pay $65 for a pair of glasses on line at the same quality – it’s a big savings for me. My kids, who have much lighter lenses, can usually get a pair for $35 or less. So many options! Great post.

  • I will definitely have to check this out! I have many people in my family who wear glasses, and they are always looking for a good deal.

  • daisy

    I love your trendy glasses!

  • daisy

    I love your trendy glasses. We are due for an eye exam and our insurance doesn’t cover glasses or contacts, so we love the idea of shopping online for better deals.

  • I’ll actually be needing glasses soon and I was wondering about places like this. Thanks for the info.

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  • Johnny miracle

    I returned my transition glasses because that did not function in sunlight about two months ago,and haven’t heard back.called several times,about 4 times ,only had 1 pick-up answer. explained problem.it went on deaf ears.still no glasses or answer.they still have my money.

  • Do not buy from them. I took the frames that I bought for my daughter in to RxOptical to have her lenses fitted. They took one look at the frames and told me that the plastic was inferior would most likely break when the lab heated them to remove the blanks. Salesperson also pointed out how the arms were cheaply attached with a stiff, simple hinge (extremely difficult open and close). Zero flex. Mind you, I’ve purchased frames online before and had to issues with Rx Optical. This my first time. These are either counterfeit or just plain garbage. Either, I’m out $35.

  • Do not buy from them. I took the frames that I bought for my daughter in to RxOptical to have her lenses fitted. They took one look at the frames and told me that the plastic was inferior would most likely break when the lab heated them to remove the blanks. Salesperson also pointed out how the arms were cheaply attached with a stiff, simple hinge (extremely difficult open and close). Zero flex. Mind you, I’ve purchased frames online before and had to issues with Rx Optical. This my first time. These are either counterfeit or just plain garbage. Either, I’m out $35.

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