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4.3 / 5 - 32 Review(s) - Add your review
89% of customers recommend this product (17 of 19)
C Strahan, AU
6th June 2015
I ordered the cheaper frames in a style that I like. I was keen to have a difference so I could tell the difference between my bi-focals and my readers. After 10 minutes, I forgot that I had the new ones on.
I Burley, GB
4th June 2014
I ordered two pairs of different styles on 21st May and the cheaper pair arrived in 8 days. This pair of half rimmed glasses with optional polycarbonate lenses took six days longer to arrive. The frames are as expected and hoped for especially as they are very light. There is a small gap between the top rim and the lenses but I'm not losing sleep over this. My first time with the extra-cost polycarbonate lenses which I wanted for 100% UV protection and better chip-resistance. Probably won't go for polycarbonate again as I'm seeing some colour fringing in my peripheral vision (not visible with my old glasses), which is a known issue with polycarbonate. However, in general thanks to my new prescription there is a marked improvement in my vision compared to the glasses these replace, so I'm happy. The value for money is very good - under £65 for two pairs even though I went for a higher cost lens option on one pair and both have anti-reflection coatings, which would have cost £60 (2x£30) alone as options for glasses through my high street opticians.
Update: unfortunately it looks like my choice of extra cost polycarbonate lenses was a mistake as the vision quality is much worse than my cheaper intermediate vision glasses with the standard free lenses. I have only just found an FAQ on polycarbonate lenses on the website here and would not have ordered them if I had read that. It advises time to adjust to them but the longer I am wearing these glasses the more frustrating I am finding it. I have emailed the support dept. and am hoping we can come to an agreeable solution (i.e. replacement of lenses to a different type, somehow). It's a shame because the frames are excellent. I still trust in the service here and coincidentally have ordered a third pair of glasses (for prescription sunglass tints) just today - but I have ordered the standard lenses!
M Pacitti, GB
12th December 2013
I have used Selectspecs for many years, and have always been happy with the price, quality and service. However, I feel the quality of the product on this offer leaves a lot to be desired. The legs were so stiff they were nearly impossible to open or close, the nose pieces were completely bent back. In my opinion, no quality check had been carried out prior to shipping or these issues would have been picked up.
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Finding the correct frame size to suit you requires you to know a little about the different measurements that are used. Size information is normally broken down in to arm / temple length (ranges between 120 - 150mm), bridge width (ranges between 14 - 24mm, and lens width (ranges between 40 - 62mm). We also include a frame height measurement where possible, this can vary depending on frame style.
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If you have a pair of glasses that are a perfect fit, you can usually find the frame size information on the frame - usually on the arm or the bridge.
What to look for?
You will often find a variety of information on the frame, including model number, branding and frame sizing. The numbers you are looking for will be similar to this format 150 - 22 - 50 although this can vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. These numbers provide the following information:-
150 - Arm / temple size (in mm), a 3 digit value normally ranging from 120 - 150.
22 - Bridge size (in mm), a 2 digit value normally ranging from 14 - 24.
50 - Lens width (in mm), a 2 digit value normally ranging from 40 - 62.
We do our best to ensure we stock all available items from all our supplied brands so if an item is not listed it may be out of stock or discontinued. If you do not see the frame size you require please contact us through our Customer Services system where we will try to assist you.
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