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Take 15% off your order at REI Outlet — and more of today's best deals from around the web Buying stylish, prescription eyewear can be an expensive endeavor. EyeBuyDirect is changing the game with a wide range of prescription glasses that are both stylish and affordable. You can find glasses, sunglasses, and even opt for digital screen [...]
Review: Blue Light-Filtering Felix Gray Eyeglasses Fight Screen Eye Strain With Style A few months ago, I bought new prescription glasses from my optometrist that were treated for blue light filtering and glare to deal with eyestrain issues, and those cost around $Cdn 450, or roughly $350. I found the Felix Gray glasses performed just [...]
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Will Your First Smart Glasses For Daily Use be MusicLens? LOS ANGELES, Sept. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- MusicLens, the first smart glasses designed for use in daily life, today announced its first $3 million seed round [...]
EyeBuyDirect.com is an online prescription eyeglasses retailer that serves customers throughout the United States, Canada and Europe.
Its primary intent is to offer prescription glasses and frames at more affordable prices than traditional brick and mortar shops. The site was launched in 2005 by Roy Hessel.
The retailer features a virtual dressing room titled "EyeTry," which launched during a September 2007 redesign of the site. "EyeTry" enables online browsers to upload a photo and virtually experiment with thousands of frame and color selections. The selection can then be posted to Facebook or the site’s own social network, "The Wall of Frames," so that shoppers can ask friends (or strangers) for opinions on which glasses look best on them. According to Hessel
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Michael Bareev-Rudy never expected to have his finger implanted with a magnet. But in November 2015, the 18-year-old decided to embed a tiny magnet in his index finger at an event held in Dusseldorf, Germany. A crowd gathered to watch as a man in a smart grey suit and green surgical mask carefully sliced open the sandy-haired 18-year-old’s finger. “After this he cuts with a scalpel on the side of my finger — yes, he cuts my finger open,” Michael recalled moments later, looking decidedly pale as he smiled nervously before the flashing cameras. Afterwards Michael’s finger was still numb, meaning that the real pain would come later.
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Opternative , an optometry-focused telemedicine service that lets users get their prescriptions online after taking an app- and website-based vision test, has raised $6 million in first round funding, bringing the company's total funding to $9. 5... Jump Capital led the round with additional participation from Tribeca Venture Partners, Pritzker Group Venture Capital, Chicago Ventures, Craig Duchossois, Corazon Capital (Sam Yagan), NextGen Venture Partners and others. "We’ve created the most convenient, accessible, and affordable way of geting a prescription for glasses and contacts," CEO Aaron Dallek told MobiHealthNews. Opternative's vision test uses both a smartphone app and the computer screen. The screen acts as the eye chart, while the smartphone prompts the user to answer questions and records their answers.
Something to keep your eyes on: affordable glasses with lenses that need no prescription Joycelyn Yip and Stephanie Fong, from left, of FlexSpecs work on their prototype in the lab. (Photo/Courtesy of Stephanie Fong) Stephanie Fong ’15 has long wanted to make a difference. That’s why she studied biomedical engineering as an undergraduate. [...]
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Consumer Reports: Need eyeglasses? Don’t overlook this If you have a single-vision prescription (glasses to see far away or close up), you can generally ... Ask your optician for a discount. “Prices are not set in stone,” says Steve Kodey, senior director of industry research for The Vision Council ... [...]
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How Retirees Can Save on Prescription Eyeglasses What tips can you recommend for finding affordable prescription eyeglasses? I used to have vision insurance through my work, but lost it when I turned 65, retired and signed up for Medicare. Prescription eyeglasses today aren't cheap. You can easily spend ... [...]
Savvy Senior: How retirees can save on prescription eyeglasses Dear Savvy Senior, What tips can you recommend for finding affordable prescription eyeglasses? I used to have vision insurance through my work, but lost it when I turned 65, retired and signed up for Medicare. — Looking For Eyeglasses Dear Looking ... [...]
Not too long ago, Consumer Reports took a close look at eyeglasses retailers, and one of my favorite stores has topped the list of best places to buy a pair of spectacles. For the first time, Costco Wholesale has been identified as the No. 1 place to buy glasses in America. According to Consumer Reports, Costco's average price for a complete pair of eyeglasses is $186, while the industry retail average is well over $200. (In prior years' surveys, Costco was in second place behind independent...
A proposed merger between prescription lens-maker Essilor and frame maker Luxottica might sound like a dream for anybody with four eyes, but it could be more like a nightmare for the wallets of U.S. consumers.RELATED: 10 best places to get a deal on eyeglassesMaybe you’re not familiar with the names Essilor and Luxottica. They’re European companies from France and Italy, respectively, but they have a heavy footprint all over the U.S. eyeglasses market.Luxottica owns Pearle Vision and...
Sunday March 05, 2017more stories from this episodePhilippe Rochette is a Montreal optician on a radical mission. While a pair of glasses in a stylish shop can easily cost you more than $1,000, Rochette sells his for $100 or $200. But for customers who cannot afford that much, he will sell prescription glasses — frame and lenses — for $20. Or give them away for free. Sunday Edition producer David Gutnick's documentary is called "Two Sticks and Two Circles."Phillippe...