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    Default cheap place to get good quality prescription glasses

    Where is a good and cheap s way and place to get prescription glasses with frames? This will be for my Dh. Ty

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    Sam's Club had the best deal when we were looking for DH.
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    ty, but we dont have membership to sams, bjs, costco or the like. any other options plz recommend.

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    Costco. We bought contacts, glasses and sunglasses that were all good prices there.
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    Costco!


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    Quote Originally Posted by kristac View Post
    Sort of OT, but related, where do you get your inter-pupil distance measured if it's not listed on your 'script?
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    Second to Zenni Optical! We use a ruler with centimeter/milimeter parks to measure from the middle of one pupil to the middle of the other pupil ourselves.
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    we have had pretty good results from Sears Optical for simple prescriptions and dh isnt picky about designer frames. they usually run a 2 for $99 special or $199 for nicer frames and the extras (coating, bi-focals)
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    Quote Originally Posted by aa2mama View Post
    Second to Zenni Optical! We use a ruler with centimeter/milimeter parks to measure from the middle of one pupil to the middle of the other pupil ourselves.
    Thanks; I think I'd need help ... and I don't think I have a ruler in the house anymore.

    I thought I'd read someone here who used Zenni had gone to WalMart for their inter-pupil distance?
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