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Glasses online vs. brick and mortar

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Online (fast fashion):

Advantages:

  • Convenient
  • Allows you to shop in the comfort of your home
  • Cheap
  • Fast response time

Disadvantages:

  • You most likely have a customer service representative with minimal knowledge of optics
  • PRObably lower quality frames and Lenses
  • Risk of frames not fitting correctly
  • Risk of ill-fitting lenses
    • they usually ask for your pupillary distance measureMents, which leaves room for error or an extra step to get it from your doctor
    • they most likely do not take vertical measureMents – will center or use an average/algorithm

merrin dungey david kind showroomFreestanding brick & Mortar:

Advantages:

  • Work one-on-one with an eyeglass technician or optician
  • Usually more detail oriented
  • Clearer understanding of your needs
  • PRObably higher quality materials
  • You are more likely to get accurate lens measureMents
    • manually take pupillary distance and vertical height measureMent
  • May carry exclusive markings
  • Easier to adjust frames

Disadvantages:

  • Probably more expensive
  • It usually takes longer to do

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David type – Online Boutique – The best of both worlds

  • Convenient
  • Allows you to shop in the comfort of your home withtestset delivery
  • Along with an optician with extensive Optical knowledge to guide you to the right pair
  • Ability to customize (Computer cookbook, Computer progressive, read only, etc.) upon request
  • Takes a single line
  • It takes 10-14 working days to make glasses
  • High-quality materials at a fair price
  • Uses a patented measureMent system (measures pupillary distance and vertical height using a photo of you with the glasses) More informationhere.

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