Coastal Glasses Buy One Get One Free [BEST]
For buying contact lenses, code BRILLIANT12 will take $10 off any order $99+.If you've never placed an order with Coastal.com, you should know that you still qualify for a free pair of regular frame prescription glasses (all you pay is shipping, which should come under $15). I think it's one of those inalienable rights the Founding Fathers bestowed upon us, along with freedom and the ability to throw away green beans whenever you want because they're gross.
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You can also use the code to get an additional 10% off any upgrades. If this is your first time buying glasses online, then have fun looking like an idiot in front of a mirror. It's totally worth it though. I'd been wearing the same broken pair of glasses since high school, so it was hard passing up an $80+ free pair of glasses like this!
We warranty most of our frames against breakage for two years. Our premium lenses include a scratch resistant and anti-glare treatment which is guaranteed for two years to be scratch free or the lenses will be replaced for $15.
There is never a charge for adjustments on frames you have purchased from us. Glasses sliding down? Lost screws? Old nose pads? We'll replace them at no charge. We will also happily adjust or repair glasses purchased elsewhere for a minimal fee.
Your eye glasses shouldn't just be about making sure your vision is clear, but make a statement. The staff at Coastal Vision Center understands that the options can be overwhelming and that is why we are here to help. We will make sure that you have the perfect eye glasses lenses and frames for your vision and fashion sense.
The perfect glasses should highlight your features, allow you to play with color, and enhance your vision for a variety of functions such as driving, playing sports, and reading. Don't worry, we will help you with your decision on the perfect pair so you can be confident to show the world your new eye glasses.
Your eye glasses should be unique to you and encompass your personality. Coastal Vision Center offers an array of glasses to choose from to make it possible for you to walk away with the right combination. Consult your eye care professional about your specific visual needs that need to be considered when choosing a pair of glasses.
It goes without saying that the type of lenses you end up with will determine how satisfied you are with your glasses, possibly even more than the frames. There are four types of eye glasses lenses.These include:
When you're looking for eye glasses frames keep in mind that the best frames should complement your face shape and skin tone. After all, they'll be front and center when people take their first glance. We recommend that you invest in multiple pairs of eye glasses frames for different occasions such as everyday use to outdoor activities.
Protect your eyes from the sun with prescription sunglasses. Ultra Violet (UV) radiation can take a toll on the health of your eyes. Look for the sunglasses that provide 100 percent UV protection to reduce the risk of future issues with your vision caused by the sun. This protection can also help your glasses become glare resistant in order to see objects in the bright daylight.
If you've ever had problems with that pesky glare from your prescription glasses than you're not alone. Anti-reflective lenses could be a good solution by reducing the reflections to allow more light to pass through to your eyes. Think about it this way, reading with non-AR lenses is similar to trying to walk in the dark whereas wearing AR lenses is like walking in daylight.
Of course which lenses and frames you choose are your personal choices. Our experienced staff Coastal Vision Center will help guide you to your perfect pair of glasses. We want to make sure you're comfortable and that you look as great as you'll feel.
At Coastal Eye Care, our doctors and our optometry teams are committed to providing advanced vision care in a professional and comfortable environment. Our primary eye care service includes a complete eye exam that analyzes eye health and vision function. In addition to eye exams and vision testing, our doctors and our team of optometry professionals provide testing for glaucoma, cataracts and macular degeneration. We also offer glasses, contact lenses, and pre- and post-operative care.
Not sure that glasses are for you? Ask our staff about contact Lenses. Advances in the field of optometry have produced a variety of different types of contact lenses with a range of benefits. Rigid gas-permeable (RGP), daily-wear soft, extended-wear, extended-wear disposable, and planned replacement are the various types of contact lens options available today. Our optometrists will discuss the various options with you to determine which type will best fit your needs and lifestyle. There are many advantages to consider when determining if contact lenses are right for you and our knowledgeable staff is here to answer any questions.
Keep in mind that all of these sites and their services have been personally used by me or someone on CNET's staff, and we'll update this best prescription sunglasses list as we try more. But before we dive in, note the following prerequisites, caveats and tips, particularly if you're ordering prescription sunglasses:
Several CNET editors have bought their glasses on Warby Parker, which has a good selection of sharp-looking eyeglass frames. While glasses start at only $95 with a single-vision prescription, chances are you're going to pay a bit more -- around $150 to $200 -- based on the type of frame options you choose, your prescription and type of eyeglass lenses. Sunglasses start at $175, and progressive lenses in both eyeglasses and sunglasses start at $295. But based on my and my co-workers' experience, the finished products tend to be a step up from what more budget-oriented sites offer.
Notable site features: The company's iPhone app -- sorry, there's no Android version yet -- allows you to search the site by frame size and to try on various frames virtually (it works surprisingly well) and better yet, you can try up to five frames at home for five days for free. Once your five days are up, you place your box in the mail with the prepaid return label. Hopefully, you find at least one style that you like from among the five you picked for the home trial. There's also a $15 online virtual vision test to renew prescriptions that are outdated. (Based on the test, you may not be eligible, however.)
The online glasses store also has a "buy a pair, give a pair" program, so for every pair of glasses you buy, the company distributes a pair to someone in need, either for free or for "ultra-affordable prices." (See details.)
Shipping times: According to Warby: "Single vision glasses take seven to 10 business days to reach you from the time we have all of your order information. Sunglasses and progressives take 10 to 12 business days to reach you." (These estimates jibe with the experience of CNET editors who have used the service; my pair arrived in six business days.) You can pay more for expedited shipping.
Knockaround doesn't have a prescription service, but it sells regular sunglasses, including polarized and mirrored coating for $25 and even slightly less (prices start as low as $15). They're not premium glasses obviously, but the lenses are pretty decent and the glasses look more expensive than their low price would indicate. These designer sunglasses also seem pretty durable. Several different styles, colors and lens options are available. These are the glasses to get if you don't want to worry about losing your sunglasses.
Roka started out making athletic glasses for runners, bikers and triathletes, and many of its prescription frames are bendable at the ends and have rubberized tracks that help you get a more secure fit. The frames also come with three sizes of grippy nose pads to ensure a better fit. These glasses and prescription sunglasses are among the most comfortable glasses I've worn -- and they really stay on your face. I personally like the small Oslo frame in clear.
Like Warby Parker, these are at the higher-end of the online prescription eyeglasses spectrum, with prices of around $200 for a completed pair of prescription glasses, depending on some of the lens upgrades you might add. But Roka has some of the best glasses -- and sunglasses -- frames out there. Roka's lens technology gives you a choice of a progressive lens, polarized lens, or blue blocking lens in choosing your perfect prescription sunglasses.
Zenni has been around for a while, and it's the first site I used to buy cheap prescription glasses and sunglasses online. It's more of a budget-minded eyeglass site, and over the years, I got some nice deals on cheap glasses, particularly when Zenni was running its occasional three-for-two glasses sales. I've had both standard eyeglasses and prescription sunglasses made here and so has fellow editor David Katzmaier, who has since graduated to Warby Parker (he said, however, he would still buy prescription sunglasses at Zenni because they're cheap and decent enough). Zenni also has protective goggles for sports use and safety glasses for use in commercial & construction.
In the last couple of years, Zenni has been subtly shifting its image, bringing in celebrities like Rashida Jones and 49ers tight end George Kittle to give the brand a little more of a hipper vibe. The lenses are good and these guys offer nice deals on upgrades to photochromic lenses if you want glasses that also can double as sunglasses (though photochromic lenses tend not to get as dark as true sunglass lenses).
Notable site features: There's a Frame Fit "mirror" feature that allows you to upload a photo and see the frames on your face, as well as new "virtual" try-on feature (powered by Ditto) that allows you to see the glasses on your face as you move around using your computer's webcam or your phone's camera. This is similar to the virtual try-on feature that Warby Parker offers. 041b061a72